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NCAA.com | July 30, 2014

Year in review

It was more of the same in all divisions as three teams successfully defended their championships. Georgia went wire-to-wire, Drury won for the fifth time in six years and Emory won its fifth in a row. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

Women's Swimming and Diving: Georgia repeats as champs
Georgia powers way to consecutive titles

Brittany MacLean, who set an NCAA record in the 1,650 freestyle, and Laura Ryan each won two individual titles as Georgia rolled to its sixth overall championship, which ranks it third on the all-time list. ... Read More

Results Photos  Feature: Ryan at home in old training venue

Victory in 800 free relay spurs Drury

Senior Agnieszka Ostrowska broke her own national record in the 200 breastroke and Drury forged ahead in the 800 free relay and capped the meet by winning the 400 free relay for its 10th DII title. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights  Feature: No pressure swimming for dad

Emory rolls to fifth consecutive title

Sophomore Elizabeth Aronoff won the national title in the 200 breaststroke as Emory easily outpaced the competition for its seventh championship in program history. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights