Junior Louise Hansson won her second NCAA title in as many days, capturing the 200-yard butterfly to become the third-fastest woman ever in the race while senior Maddie Wright posted her third career top 6 finish in the event for USC's final-day fireworks at the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday (March 23) in Austin, Texas.
Junior Louise Hansson won her second consecutive NCAA title in the 100y fly by breaking the NCAA record for the second time this month, shattering her national mark with a 49.26 at the 2019 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas, on Friday (March 22).
Junior Louise Hansson posted the second-fastest 200y IM in school history en route to a career-best fourth-place while USC's 200y free and 400y medley relays both won the consolation finals, the former with a school record, on a strong second night of the 2019 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas, on Thursday (March 21).
USC's 800y free relay of junior Louise Hansson, freshman Laticia Transom and juniors Tatum Wade and Kirsten Vose obliterated the school record with a 6:52.13 to finish third in the one-event opening night of the 2019 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday (March 20) in Austin, Texas.
The No. 15 USC women's swimming and diving team, led by three-time 2019 Pac-12 champion Louise Hansson, is set for the 2019 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships, Wednesday through Saturday (March 20-23), in Austin, Texas.