The Pac-10 at the NCAA Women's Swimming Championships: March 20, 2010

March 20, 2010

Stanford Finishes as National Runners-Up
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.--  Stanford was edged out by Florida by two and a half points for the national championship, finishing second despite taking home five NCAA Championships and finishing second another three times over the four-day event. [Read More]

Hosszu, DePaul. Bard, Anderson Lead Trojans On NCAA Final Day
Sophomore Katinka Hosszu and junior Lyndsay DePaul finished 2-3 in the 200y fly while junior Presley Bard (200y back) and freshman Haley Anderson (1650y free) both posted fourths to highlight the final day for the No. 9 USC women's swimming and diving team at the 2010 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships, hosted by Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind., on Saturday (March 20). [Read More]


Bruin Swimmers Cap Off NCAA Championships With Huge Performances
The Bruin swimmers had a huge final day at the NCAA Championships in West Lafayette, IN as Bianca Casciari, Brittany Beauchan and Sam Vanden Berge earned All-America honors.  [Read More]


Eggers Earns All-American Honors on 10-Meter
The Arizona State women's swimming and diving team concluded the NCAA Championships as the Sun Devils finished in 22nd with 29 points. Sophomore Elina Eggers snagged All-American honors on the 10-meter platform on the final day. [Read More]

Cal Finishes Third at NCAA Championships
California ended the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships with a flourish, taking second place in the final relay by just .35 seconds behind Stanford to finish in third place overall on the last night of the NCAA on Saturday at Purdue's Boilermaker Aquatic Center. Golden Bears Hannah Wilson, Sara Isakovic, Erica Dagg and Liv Jensen clocked a time of 3:12.67 in the relay, which Stanford won with a time of 3:12.32. Florida, which was third in the relay (3:13.43), dethroned the Bears (363 points) and won the NCAA team title with 382 points. Stanford finished second (379.5).  [Read More]

Heller Sets Lifetime Best in Final Day of NCAAs
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Oregon State swimming sophomore Anna Heller finished her bid at the 2010 NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday morning with a career best time of 1:57.21 in the 200-yard backstroke event.  [
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Cats Take Fourth at NCAA's
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Going into night three, the Wildcats knew the odds would be stacked against them for a shot at the team national championship.  Add in the fact that the top five teams were separately by a mere 10 points and the task seemed that much more daunting.  But to no one's surprise, the Cats never lost hope, fought until the end and wound up placing fourth - many spots ahead of where a slew of swimming analysts had them pegged. [Read More]


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