First Night Of Women's DI NCAAs

by Josh Huger (MrUtopia)

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Created March 19th, 2010 12:13:21 PM

Modified April 15th, 2010 08:24:48 PM

The 2010 women's division I NCAA Championships are well underway.

As of last night after finals the Stanford women are leading the way.
They started the night off with a second place finish in the 200 yard freestyle relay. The team of Elizabeth Webb (22.13), Samantha Woodward (22.34), Kate Dwelley (22.14), and Julia Smit (21.77) placed second with a time of 1:28.38.
In the next event the Stanford women placed first (Julia Smit 1:53.56) and eighth (Elaine Breeden 1:57.69) in the 200 yard individual medley.
They then followed that up with two swimmers in the 50 yard freestlye who placed second (Elizabeth Webb 22.07) and fourth (Saman Woodward 22.17).
In the last event of the night the Stanford women took second place in the 400 yard medley relay.

Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 6                     
 
  1. Stanford                        142.5         2. Georgia                         134
  3. California                        122          4. Florida                           107
  5. Texas A&M                      106          5. Arizona                          106
  7. Auburn                             67          8. Virginia                           64
  8. Southern California             64        10. Texas                             38
 11. Minnesota                        27         12. Michigan                         25
 13. Wisconsin                        23         14. Tennessee                      21.5
 15. Houston                           20        15. Purdue                            20
 15. Ohio State                        20        18. Princeton                         15
 18. Duke                               15         20. Louisville                         14
 20. Maryland                          14         22. South Carolina                 12
 23. Notre Dame                      11         23. Towson                            11
 23. Indiana                            11         26. Louisiana State                 10
 27. Kentucky                            6         28. Buffalo                               5
 29. Brigham Young                   4         30. California, Los Angeles         2
 30. North Carolina                      2        32. George Mason