Auburn's women's swimming and diving team earned its first-ever NCAA Championship in 2002 in Austin, Texas. Maggie Bowen was Auburn's top-performer at the meet, sweeping the individual medley events. Heading into day three, Auburn held a comfortable 67-point lead over three-time defending NCAA champion Georgia and boosted the lead on the final night.
All 11 swimmers at the meet earned All-America honors as a team filled with three freshman, six sophomores and two seniors powered Auburn to the top of the medal stand.
|2001-02 Season / 7-0 Overall / 3-0 SEC|
|11/01/01||W||Auburn 65, SMU 48||Dallas, Texas|
|11/16/01||W||Auburn 173, Alabama 90||Auburn, Ala.|
|12/15/01||W||Auburn 164.5, SW Missouri State 114.5||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/03/02||W||Auburn 55, Western Illinois 45||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/12/02||W||Auburn 186, Northwestern 159||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/12/02||W||Auburn 207, Tennessee 138||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/25/02||W||Auburn 130.5, Florida 110.5||Gainesville, Fla.|
|02/20-23/02||3rd||SEC Championships (693.5 pts.)||Fayetteville, Ark.|
|03/21-23/02||1st||NCAA Championships (474 pts.)||Austin, Texas|