Auburn women's swimming and diving team claimed the school's first-ever back-to-back titles as they claimed the 2003 NCAA Championship at its home pool. The Tigers won by 163 points over runner-up Georgia. The Tigers won seven total championships, including four relay titles.
Maggie Bowen and Kirsty Coventry finished 1-2 in the 200 IM final to give Auburn a powerful punch to begin the competition. Bowen added her second individual gold of the week with a win in the 400 IM, while Heather Kemp captured the 200 freestyle title on the second day of action to seal the win for the Tigers.
|2002-03 Season / 5-0 Overall / 3-0 SEC|
|10/05/02||W||(1) Auburn 190, LSU 70||Auburn, Ala.|
|11/23/02||W||(1) Auburn 202.5, (4) Stanford (129.5)||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|11/23/02||W||(1) Auburn 214, Pacific 112||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|12/7/02||1st||Auburn Tiger Invitational (1,002 pts.)||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/24/03||W||(1) Auburn 125, (2) Florida (113)||Auburn, Ala.|
|01/31/03||W||(1) Auburn 163, (20) Alabama 127||Tuscaloosa, Ala.|
|02/19-22/03||1st||SEC Championships (841.5 pts.)||Auburn, Ala.|
|03/20-22/03||1st||NCAA Championships (536 pts.)||Auburn, Ala.|