Schmitt & Georgia Crew Show Bulldog Spirit

Georgia, with Olympic 200m freestyle champion Allison Schmitt at the helm, took the women’s NCAA crown for the first time since 2005 after three days of racing in Indianapolis. The top three: Georgia – 477 points; Cal – 393; Tennessee – 325.50. Before the last relay but after it became clear that the Lady Bulldogs…

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Georgia, with Olympic 200m freestyle champion Allison Schmitt at the helm, took the women’s NCAA crown for the first time since 2005 after three days of racing in Indianapolis. The top three: Georgia – 477 points; Cal – 393; Tennessee – 325.50. Before the last relay but after it became clear that the Lady Bulldogs… […]

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