April 30, 2018
Stanford Cardinal win its second straight NCAA title in 2018
Back-to-Back National Champions
San Rafael, CA - Stanford women's swimming and diving put together one of the most dominant seasons in the history of the sport en route to a second straight conference and national championship. This was Stanford's 10th NCAA women's swimming and diving title and 11th overall, the most in the nation, and marks the program's first back-to-back NCAA championships since winning five straight from 1992-96.
The Cardinal had 16 different All-Americans combine for 56 All-America honors, five American records, eight individual national championships and five relay titles during the four-day NCAA championship meet inside McCorkle Aquatic Center. Stanford's 13 event victories tied the all-time record set several times, last by Stanford in 1993.
Stanford's 593 points were the most since Georgia had 609.5 in 2005 and the most for the program since the Cardinal totaled 649.5 in 1993. Cal was second with 373 points – the 220-point difference was the third-largest margin of victory at the NCAA Championships and the largest since 1993 (Stanford over Florida, 649.5 - 421).
Located between San Francisco and San Jose, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the 2018 Stanford Swim Camps are directed by Head Coaches Greg Meehan and Ted Knapp and are designed to help competitive swimmers from around the world improve their stroke technique.
This summer Stanford Swim is offering five weeks of outstanding competitive swim camps on the beautiful campus of Stanford University. Campers train daily in the Avery Aquatic Complex, featuring 2 Olympic sized pools and a diving pool with platform.
Technique Swim Camp dates are June 18-21, June 23-26, June 27-July 1, July 2-6 & July 7-11.
About US Sports Camps
US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America's largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of NIKE Sports Camps. The company has offered summer camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.