Smith struck back over the final 50 yards, picking up his tempo to overcome Wallace and land the Longhorns their second-straight event title
The California Golden Bears finished 2nd at the 2015 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships, and above is a highlights…
On day 2, Cal’s Ryan Murphy came through with his signature swim of the year
The Texas men became the first team to put six swimmers in the final of one event, doing so in the 100 fly.
Texas’s Will Licon started moving into contention around the 100, and the dynamic of the race completely changed.
At the wall, it came down to fingernails, with Schooling touching tout his older teammate 1:39.62 to 1:39.74
Thanks to Tim Binning – theswimpictues.com – for these great swimming photos.
Here interviews and watch race highlights from the final day of Cal’s runner-up finish at the 2015 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
CSCAA Swimmer of the Year – Ryan Murphy – 200 Backstroke – NCAA Champiom – American/US Open/NCAA Record
Michigan finished third at the NCAA championships this season.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy took down Ryan Lochte’s American record in the 200 backstroke to highlight a dramatic conclusion to the men’s NCAA Championships.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 3 SEC Roundup: Gkolomeev Becomes First ‘Bama Swimmer To Win 100 Free Since 1975
Tons of history was made tonight in Iowa City at the 2015 Men’s Divison 1 NCAA Championships, and a little piece of it came in the 100 freestyle final as Kristian Gkolomeev became the first 100 free champion in the 100 free since 1975.
With tonight’s 3rd-place 200 back finish, David Nolan has never finished outside the top 4 in an individual event at the NCAA Championships.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America hands out awards at the end of the NCAA Championships every year. The…
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