ATLANTA — Virginia’s Kate Douglass set another American record Saturday night at the NCAA women’s swimming and diving championships and the Cavaliers won their second consecutive national title at the McAuley Aquatic Center.
Final event of the championships, another AMERICAN RECORD 🇺🇸— Virginia Swimming and Dive (@UVASwimDive) March 20, 2022
NCAA Champions 🥇
400 Free Relay - 3:06.91 #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/XtQt8CLhqo
Virginia, which broke five American records and won 11 of 18 events at the four-day championships, finished with 551.5 points. Texas was second with 406 and Stanford third at 399.5.
Douglass, who won the 50-yard freestyle Thursday and 100 butterfly Friday, finished the 200 breaststroke in 2 minutes 2.19 seconds — her third American record in three events at the championships.
Kate Douglass = "G.O.A.T." - @RowdyGaines— Virginia Swimming and Dive (@UVASwimDive) March 19, 2022
3⃣ 𝘼𝙈𝙀𝙍𝙄𝘾𝘼𝙉 𝙍𝙀𝘾𝙊𝙍𝘿𝙎 🤯
3⃣ 𝗡𝗖𝗔𝗔 𝗧𝗜𝗧𝗟𝗘𝗦 🥇
200 Breast Champion - 2:02.19 #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/Kt0LFCvM9R
Alex Walsh, who won the 200 individual medley Thursday, took home titles in the 400 individual medley in a pool-record 3:57.2 and the 200 butterfly in a Virginia-record 1:50.79.
Alex Walsh goes 3⃣-for-3⃣ 🤩— Virginia Swimming and Dive (@UVASwimDive) March 19, 2022
200 Fly 𝓝𝓒𝓐𝓐 𝓒𝓗𝓐𝓜𝓟𝓘𝓞𝓝 🥇
1:50.79 - UVA Record#GoHoos pic.twitter.com/zAxmDhshr3
Gretchen Walsh = 100 Free 𝓝𝓒𝓐𝓐 𝓒𝓗𝓐𝓜𝓟𝓘𝓞𝓝 🥇— Virginia Swimming and Dive (@UVASwimDive) March 19, 2022
49.05 - UVA & Pool record, 4th fastest performer 💪#GoHoos pic.twitter.com/LFqXAUyvFP
𝗕𝗔𝗖𝗞-𝗧𝗢-𝗕𝗔𝗖𝗞 🏆— Virginia Swimming and Dive (@UVASwimDive) March 20, 2022
2⃣0⃣2⃣2⃣ NCAA CHAMPIONS #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/4HjLhwiN42