King Is Queen; Comerford Matches Ledecky; Osman, Baker & Eastin Excel; Cal Record

Lilly King - By Patrick B. Kraemer

The third night at the NCAA DI Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana, featured a dominant victory in the 100y breaststroke from Olympic champion Lilly King, a snap in the 200y sprint free as Olympic and World champion Katie Ledecky got caught by Mallory Comerford at the touch , an American record for Ella Eastin in the 400IM and a fight back from California, Farida Osman, Kathleen Baker and then the medley relay grabbing a victory apiece, the quartet setting an American and NCAA record in the bargain

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The third night at the NCAA DI Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana, featured a dominant victory in the 100y breaststroke from Olympic champion Lilly King, a snap in the 200y sprint free as Olympic and World champion Katie Ledecky got caught by Mallory Comerford at the touch , an American record for Ella Eastin in the 400IM and a fight back from California, Farida Osman, Kathleen Baker and then the medley relay grabbing a victory apiece, the quartet setting an American and NCAA record in the bargain

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