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Stanford women have 12 qualifiers for NCAA swim meet

 

The Stanford women's swim team will have 12 athletes at the 2015 NCAA championships after Wednesday's announcement from the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Committee.

Stanford received 12 women's swimmer invites to the championships March 19-21 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. The Cardinal also qualified within the top three of all five relay events.

A total of 322 participants (281 swimmers and 41 divers) will compete in the championships. Swimmers qualified for the championships by meeting the established minimum time for the events in which they entered.

Divers will be determined by performances at the Zone Diving Meets held March 9-14. The complete list of all swimmers competing in the championships is available at www.usaswimming.org/ncaa. Selected divers will be announced Sunday, March 15.

ESPN3.com will stream finals sessions on Friday and Saturday live. Thursday's sessions, along with the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday, will be streamed live on www.NCAA.com.

Additionally, ESPNU will air a two hour broadcast via tape delay at 6 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 31. Live results for the championships will be available on www.NCAA.com.

Stanford Invitees

Julia Anderson - 200 free

Allison Brown - 500 free

Grace Carlson - 200 IM

Lindsey Engel - 100 fly

Sarah Haase - 200 IM, 100 breast, 200 breast

Tara Halsted - 400 IM

Ally Howe - 200 IM, 100 back, 200 back

Janet Hu - 50 free, 100 fly, 200 fly

Simone Manuel - 50 free, 100 free, 200 free

Lia Neal - 50 free, 100 free, 200 free

Katie Olsen - 100 breast, 200 breast

Heidi Poppe - 100 breast

— Stanford Athletics

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