The preview of the fastest NCAA in history
Bruno Moreno Gutiérrez
Professional Sports Analyst & Journalist
NCAA is the fastest swimming meet in the world!
NCAA is the fastest swimming meet in the world and with all the young talent coming, this NCAA Championships look very promising.
That being said, let’s take a look at the best swimmers to watch at the 2022 NCAA Division I
Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships
The NCAA will be taking place in Atlanta, Georgia from March 16 -19 of 2022.
Photo from: Swimming World
The Canadian World and Olympic Champion will be a senior at this year’s NCAA. Even though freestyle might not be her primary stroke, she is one of the favorites to get the victory in the 100 yard free in Atlanta, Georgia later this month.
She is the 3rd fastest performer of all-time in NCAA history, after winning this same event a year ago. Would she be able to defend her title?
Kate Douglass – UVA
The US Olympian in Tokyo is ready to make history in the NCAA once again.
She wants redemption in the 100 free and will do everything she can to defeat MacNeil and give Virginia a very important first place.
Kate was able to defeat Maggie MacNeil in the 50 free one year ago, with an impressive time of 21.13 over the 21.17 of the Canadian.
Can she get both 50-free and 100-free titles?
Torrie Huske – Stanford
The Olympic swimmer is in her first season with Stanford, however, she is even more experienced than some older of her teammates and rivals.
The freshman comes as the #3 seed in the 100 freestyle with a time of 47.07.