2019 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Homepage

first_imgUWF will also send three members of its diving team to the NCAA Diving Qualifier on Tuesday, with Jesstina Farrell, Carson Bronnenberg, and Mariah Constantakos each vying for a spot in the championships. Wednesday, March 13 — RecapPrelims (10 am)Finals (6 pm) | Results #ARGOS#Print Friendly Version Brooke Ferrara, Hannah O’Toole, Manon Milczynski, and Caitlin Tierney will all join the team as members of relay events, as UWF qualified as a team in four of the five relay events. For the latest information on West Florida’s Swimming & Diving Team, follow Argo athletics on Twitter @GoArgos. LIVE RESULTS Tuesday, March 12NCAA Diving Qualifier  |  Results  |  List of qualified divers LIVE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 | THURSDAY, MARCH 14FRIDAY, MARCH 15 | SATURDAY, MARCH 16INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The University of West Florida women’s swimming and diving team will send nine student-athletes to the NCAA Championships this week in Indianapolis, Indiana. The group will feature six swimmers and three divers.center_img Freshman Ester Rizzetto will compete in the 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle, and the 100 Butterfly individual events, while senior Pia Hulley will participate in the 100 Backstroke and the 200 Backstroke individual events. Thursday, March 14 — RecapPrelims (10 am)Finals (6 pm) | Results This will be the homepage for UWF swimming and diving at this year’s NCAA Championships! The event will take place from Tuesday, March 12 through Saturday, March 16 at the Natatorium Aquatic Center.The meet will begin with the NCAA Diving Qualifier on Tuesday, and swimming action will start Wednesday morning at 10am. Saturday, March 16 — RecapPrelims (10 am)Finals (5:30 pm) | Results Friday, March 15 — RecapPrelims (10 am)Finals (6 pm) | Results Links for live results and live video of the events are below, all of which can also be found on GoArgos.com.last_img

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