The California Golden Bears women's swimming and diving team are building a dynasty.
For the third time in four years, they captured the NCAA national championships, beating second-place Georgia handily by around 50 points and who-cares-not-first-place Furd by about 100 points. Teri McKeever is prepping for her stint as US Olympic women's coach in all the right ways, and with another strong recruiting class on the way, it figures the Bears should be in good shape to keep the greatness going.
200-Yard Individual Medley
1. Caitlin Leverenz 1:51.77 (NCAA record)
1. Caitlin Leverenz 2:04.76 (school and pool record)
1. Liv Jensen 21.48 (school record)
1. Sara Isakovic 51.49
1. Cindy Tran 50.31
3. Liv Jensen 1:43.45
Leverenz was named Swimmer of the Meet, McKeever Coach of the Meet. Looking forward to seeing both of you in London!