Deep in the heart of Texas Eddie Reese has been coaching the Longhorns since 1978, churning out world-class athletes and creating a historic program which resulted this weekend in tying him as the winningest coach in college swimming.
The Texas Longhorns have been the most dominant figures at men’s NCAAs this past week, outscoring their second place rivals Cal by 129 points to bring home an 11th title for the Texas Longhorns and head coach Eddie Reese.
USA Men’s Senior National Team Head Coach Dejan Udovicic has announced the 13 man roster that will compete for Team…
Tonight marks the first time in history that two swimmers went under 1:50 in the same 200 breaststroke race.
Murphy won the 200 backstroke with a final time of 1:36.77, breaking Lochte’s 200 backstroke American and US Open record from 2007 of 1:36.81.
Ranford finished with a final time of 14:34.22, breaking Jeff Kostoff’s 31 year old record of 14:38.22 from 1984.
The NCAA record holder and American record holder are set to face off in the 200 butterfly.
Both Alex Meyer and Stephanie Peacock won their respective races at the 2015 Crippen Cup 10K held in Miromar Lakes, Florida.
Eddie Reese’s Texas Longhorns are in control going into the final session of the 2015 NCAA Championships on Saturday, but there are still some good team battles going on.
With the 200 fly hype all about Texas’s duo of Jack Conger and Joe Schooling, defending champ Dylan Bosch of Michigan came out swinging in prelims, qualifying first in the event on a big morning for the Wolverines.
Lithuanian Ruta Meilutyte went sub-1:06 on Saturday at the 2015 Sheffield Premier Open meet.
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Will Licon has been all over this meet, gaining his second NCAA Title and first individual win in the 400 IM.
Video produced by Coleman Hodges. Reported by Jared Anderson. 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS NCAA – 50.04 – Kevin Cordes, Arizona…