Women's NCAA Championships: 200 IM Final

Women's NCAA Championships: 200 IM Final

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Women's NCAA Championships: 200 IM Final

200 IM

NCAA Record: 1:51.65 (Ella Eastin - Stanford, 2016)
Meet Record: 1:51.65 (Ella Eastin - Stanford, 2016)
American Record: 1:51.65 (Ella Eastin - Stanford, 2016)
US Open Record: 1:51.65 (Ella Eastin - Stanford, 2016)

KATHLEEN BAKER! The Cal Golden Bear rattled the record books with a blazing fast 1:51.69, just four one hundredths of a second off of Ella Eastin's 1:51.65 from last season. That is the second win for Cal in three races tonight as they look to make a huge push in the team race and pull closer to Stanford. Baker took off in this race and never looked back. Eastin made a push on the freestyle leg, out-splitting Baker 26.8 to 27.2, but it was not enough to take over Baker and the defending champion finished second with a 1:52.27. Madisyn Cox of Texas finished in third with a 1:52.58.

1.) Kathleen Baker (California): 1:51.69
2.) Ella Eastin (Stanford): 1:52.27
3.) Madisyn Cox (Texas): 1:52.58
4.) Sydney Pickrem (Texas A&M): 1:53.30
5.) Bethany Galat (Texas A&M): 1:54.16
6.) Alexia Zevnik (NC State): 1:54.74
7.) Louise Hansson (Southern Cal): 1:54.79
8.) Asia Seidt (Kentucky): 1:55.19