NCAA Championships Central

March 15, 2016

Live Swimming Results
Live Diving Results
Championships Central
Schedule

Saturday's Results:
1,650 FREESTYLE – FINALS
3. Rose Bi, Michigan 
5. Haley Lips, Indiana
6. Lindsey Clary, Ohio State
7. Danielle Valley, Wisconsin
8. Brooke Zeiger, Minnesota

200 BACKSTROKE – FINALS
3. Kennedy Goss, Indiana
6. Clara Smiddy, Michigan 

100 FREESTYLE – FINALS
5. Ali Deloof, Michigan 

200 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS
1. Lilly King, Indiana
2. Miranda Tucker, Indiana

PLATFORM DIVING – FINALS
2. Yu Zhou, Minnesota
4. Olivia Rosendahl, Northwestern
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See below for the top eight finishers of Friday's events.

Friday's Results:
400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – FINALS
1. Lindsey Clary, Ohio State
6. Brooke Zeiger, Minnesota

200 FREESTYLE – FINALS
1. Siobhan Haughey, Michigan 
7. Haley Lips, Indiana
8. Kennedy Goss, Indiana

100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS
1. Lilly King, Indiana
3. Miranda Tucker, Indiana
8. Emily Fogle, Purdue

THREE-METER DIVING – FINALS
5. Yu Zhou, Minnesota
6. Mary Beth Dunnichay, Purdue
8. Lacey Houser, Indiana
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See below for the top eight finishers of Thursday's events.


Thursday's Results:
500 FREESTYLE – FINALS
4. Haley Lips, Indiana 
5. Rose Bi, Michigan 
7. Lindsey Clary, Ohio State

50 FREESTYLE – FINALS
3. Liz Li, Ohio State 
7. Ali Deloof, Michigan 

400 MEDLEY RELAY – FINALS
7. Indiana
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After the first day of competition, Indiana leads the conference in eighth place with 22 points, followed by No. 11 Michigan (12) and No. 14 Penn State (6). See below for the top eight finishers of Wednesday's events.

Wednesday’s Results:

800 Freestyle Relay:
8. Indiana
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McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Ga., will play host to the 2016 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, hosted by Georgia Institute of Technology. The event begins Wednesday and concludes Saturday. Preliminary sessions begin at 10 a.m. ET each day, with nightly finals slated for 6 p.m.

This year’s championships will feature 52 Big Ten competitors from 10 different schools. Big Ten institutions have won 33 individual titles, including a conference-leading 10 crowns from Michigan participants.

Seven Big Ten squads are ranked in the top 25 of the latest national polls. Michigan appears at No. 3, followed by No. 12 Wisconsin, No. 13 Indiana, No. 18 Ohio State, No. 21 Purdue, No. 22 Minnesota and No. 25 Penn State.

ESPN3.com will live stream finals sessions on Friday and Saturday. Wednesday’s evening session, Thursday’s sessions, along with the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday, will be streamed live on NCAA.com. Additionally, ESPNU will air a two-hour broadcast via tape delay at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 29. Live results for the championships will be available on NCAA.com.

The list of Big Ten qualifiers can be found below.

Indiana
Michal Bower
Marie Chamberlain
Gia Dalesandro
Kennedy Goss
Lillian King
Haley Lips
Stephanie Marchuk
Bailey Pressey
Miranda Tucker

Iowa
Emma Sougstad

Michigan
Yirong Bi
Alexandra Deloof
Siobhan Haughey
Emily Kopas
Marni Oldershaw
Rebecca Postoll
Gillian Ryan
Clara Smiddy

Minnesota
Samantha Harding
Rachel Munson
Danielle Nack
Jessica Ramberg
Breanna Siwicki
Lexi Tenenbaum
Lauren Votava
Brooke Zeiger
Yu Zhou

Northwestern
Olivia Rosendahl

Ohio State
Haley Allen
Amy Bopp
Lindsey Clary
Zhesi Li
Taylor Vargo

Penn State
Alyson Ackman
Casey Francis
Kaitlin Jones
Byanca Rodriguez
Kathryn Rowe
Katelyn Sowinski

Purdue
Sydney Couch
Alexa Davis
Mary Beth Dunnichay
Emily Fogle
Kaersten Meitz
Emmy Rawson

Rutgers
Francesca Stoppa
Addison Walkowiak

Wisconsin
Maria Carlson
Dana Grindall
Jennifer Holtzen
Chase Kinney
Danielle Valley