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NCAA Publicizes Championship Host Cities From 2023-2026

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The NCAA announced Wednesday the host cities of all of its championship competitions from 2023 by way of 2026, together with the websites for males’s and ladies’s swimming & diving in all three divisions.

In Division I, the lads’s championship meet shall be hosted by the College of Minnesota in 2023 and   Indiana College-Purdue College Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2024, whereas each the lads’s and ladies’s championships will happen at Washington State College in 2025 and Georgia Tech in 2026.

Tennessee will host the ladies’s competitors in 2023, and 2024’s version shall be held on the College of Georgia.

The boys’s 2020 meet, which was finally cancelled, was slated to happen in Indiana, which now shifts to 2024. 2021 was purported to be on the College of Iowa, though the NCAA is exploring other options after the varsity lower their swimming & diving packages. Greensboro is reportedly the frontrunner as a replacement. 2022 shall be on the College of Georgia in Athens.

Future NCAA Division I Championship Hosts – Males

  • March 24-27, 2021, Iowa Metropolis, Iowa – College of Iowa (seating for 1,200 spectators) – though it could reportedly change to Greensboro
  • March 23-26, 2022, Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech (seating for 1,900 spectators)
  • 2023, Minneapolis, Minnesota – College of Minnesota, Twin Cities – Jean Ok. Freeman Aquatic Heart (seating for two,546 spectators)
  • 2024, Indianapolis, Indiana – Indiana College-Purdue College Indianapolis – IU Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI (4,700 seating capability, diminished for NCAA Championships)
  • 2025, Federal Method, Washington – Washington State College – Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Heart (seating for two,500 spectators)
  • 2026, Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech – McAuley Aquatic Heart (seating for 1,900 spectators)

The 2020 girls’s Division I Championships had been purported to be in Athens on the College of Georgia, which now takes over 2024 duties. This season’s host shall be Greensboro, and Georgia Tech would be the web site for 2022.

Future NCAA Division I Championship Hosts – Ladies

  • March 17-20, 2021, Greensboro, North Carolina – Greensboro Aquatic Center (NC State co-host) (everlasting spectator seating for 1,848, bleacher seating for 652)
  • March 16-19, 2022, Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech (seating for 1,900 spectators)
  • 2023, Knoxville, Tennessee – College of Tennessee, Knoxville – Allan Jones Aquatic Heart (seating for 1,284 spectators)
  • 2024, Athens, Georgia – College of Georgia – Ramsey Heart (seating for *near* 2,000 spectators)
  • 2025, Federal Method, Washington – Washington State College – Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Heart (seating for two,500 spectators)
  • 2026, Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Tech – McAuley Aquatic Heart (seating for 1,900 spectators)

You could find the long run websites for each the Division II and Division III NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships beneath. 2020’s Division II meet was halfway by way of when it acquired cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic in Geneva, Ohio, whereas Division III was slated for Greensboro in 2020. Each will host once more within the close to future.

NCAA Division II Males’s & Ladies’s Championship Websites

  • March 8-13, 2021, Birmingham, Alabama – Birmingham CrossPlex
  • March 9-12, 2022 Greensboro, North Carolina – Greensboro Aquatic Center
  • 2023: Indianapolis, Indiana – College of Indianapolis
  • 2024: Geneva, Ohio – Lake Erie School
  • 2025: Indianapolis, Indiana – College of Indianapolis
  • 2026: Evansville, Indiana – College of Southern Indiana

NCAA Division III Males’s & Ladies’s Championship Websites

  • March 17-21, 2021: Federal Method, Washington – Pacific Lutheran College
  • 2022: Indianapolis, Indiana – Franklin School
  • 2023: Greensboro, North Carolina – Outdated Dominion Athletic Convention
  • 2024: Greensboro, North Carolina – Outdated Dominion Athletic Convention
  • 2025: Greensboro, North Carolina – Outdated Dominion Athletic Convention
  • 2026: Indianapolis, Indiana – Franklin School