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NCAA.com | March 11, 2019

NCAA DII Men's & Women's Swimming & Diving Championships qualifiers announced

Queens (NC) wins the 2018 DII Championship

The NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Committee announced on Wednesday the qualifiers for the 2019 NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Championships. The championships will be held March 13-16 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The Unofficial Psych Sheets below show the invited swimmers with the events in which they achieved an automatically qualifying “A” cut standard or an invited “B” cut standard above the dotted “invited” line and their optional event “B” cut times below the line.

HISTORY: Here are the DII women's swimming and diving programs with the most national championships

The Invited Swimmers By Team reports below show each student-athlete who was selected by team, and lists the events in which they were selected.  Please see the Unofficial Psych Sheets to view all individual event entries.

The Relay Eligibility List indicates those institutions that may enter a relay for competition at the championships.

ALL-TIME: These are the DII men's swimming and diving programs with the most national championships

The list of swim alternates and the men’s and women’s diving preliminary qualifications lists also are below.

Men’s

Division II Men’s Swimming Invited Swimmers by Team
Division II Men’s Swimming Official Qualifications Sheet
Division II Men’s Swimming Alternate List
Division II Men’s Swimming Relay Eligibility List
Division II Men’s Diving Preliminary Qualification List  

Women’s

Division II Women’s Swimming Invited Swimmers by Team
Division II Women’s Swimming Official Qualifications Sheet
Division II Women’s Swimming Alternate List
Division II Women’s Swimming Relay Eligibility List
Division II Women’s Diving Preliminary Qualification List

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