Back in the day, NCAA Champions often went on to win Olympic medals, or at the very least, make the…
CALIFORNIA’s Ryan Murphy was named the Men’s Swimmer of the Year, while USC’s Ralf Tribuntsov was voted Men’s Swimming Freshman/Newcomer of the Year and USC’s Dave Salo was selected as Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year.
After a dominant showing in 2015, Texas’s young core returns as the favorite to win the 2016 national title. The ‘Horns boast the nation’s best butterfly group of all-time, led by freshman NCAA champ Joseph Schooling.
Team SwimSwam has been debating about who had the most impressive swim, but we have not been able to come to a consensus.
Cal head coach Dave Durden commented that Ryan Murphy is truly a student of his sport
The aftershocks of the Bolles School dream team is still being felt on the college level.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy came through with his signature swim of the year
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.