2022 Men’s NCAA Championships: Results & Records Summary

2022 MEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Wednesday, March 23 – Saturday, March 26, 2022
  • McAuley Aquatic Center, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Full Results (PDF)

The Cal Golden Bears successfully reclaimed the men’s NCAA swimming & diving championship title just over a week ago in Atlanta, charging to a 51.5-point victory over the 2021 champion Texas Longhorns.

The meet was blazing fast as a whole, featuring some of the fastest fields in history and several record-breaking performances. That included five new U.S. Open Records, two in individual finals, two relays, and one lead-off swim in the 400 medley which was a shock to all.

Below, find a full summary of the meet’s results, records, top scorers and team results:

MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS – TOP 3 FINISHERS

1st 2nd 3rd
50 Freestyle Brooks Curry (LSU), 18.56 Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 18.59
Matt Brownstead (Virginia) / Jordan Crooks (Tennessee), 18.60
100 Freestyle Brooks Curry (LSU), 40.84 Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 41.00
Andrei Minakov (Stanford), 41.09
200 Freestyle Drew Kibler (Texas), 1:30.28 Grant House (Arizona State), 1:30.68
Matt Sates (Georgia), 1:30.72
500 Freestyle Matt Sates (Georgia), 4:06.61 Jake Magahey (Georgia), 4:07.39
Luke Hobson (Texas), 4:08.42
1650 Freestyle Bobby Finke (Florida), 14:22.28 Will Gallant (NC State), 14:31.34
Ross Dant (NC State), 14:31.72
100 Backstroke Kacper Stokowski (NC State), 44.04 Brendan Burns (Indiana), 44.15
Adam Chaney (Florida), 44.35
200 Backstroke Destin Lasco (Cal), 1:37.71 Carson Foster (Texas), 1:38.77
Daniel Carr (Cal), 1:39.06
100 Breaststroke Max McHugh (Minnesota), 49.90 Caspar Corbeau (Texas), 50.49
Liam Bell (Cal), 50.50
200 Breaststroke Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:48.20 Max McHugh (Minnesota), 1:48.76
Matt Fallon (Penn), 1:49.16
100 Butterfly Andrei Minakov (Stanford), 43.71 Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.80
Youssef Ramadan (Virginia Tech), 43.90
200 Butterfly Brendan Burns (Indiana), 1:38.71 Luca Urlando (Georgia), 1:38.82
Nicolas Albiero (Louisville), 1:38.88
200 IM Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:37.69** Destin Lasco (Cal), 1:38.21
Luca Urlando (Georgia), 1:39.22
400 IM Hugo Gonzalez (Cal), 3:32.88** Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 3:34.08
Carson Foster (Texas), 3:35.69
200 Free Relay Florida (Adam Chaney, Eric Friese, Will Davis, Kieran Smith), 1:14.11 Cal (Bjorn Seeliger, Jack Alexy, Daniel Carr, Destin Lasco), 1:14.36
400 Free Relay Texas (Drew Kibler, Cameron Auchinachie, Caspar Corbeau, Danny Krueger), 2:46.03 Arizona State (Grant House, Leon Marchand, Carter Swift, Cody Bybee), 2:46.40
800 Free Relay Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89* Georgia (Matt Sates, Luca Urlando, Zach Hils, Jake Magahey), 6:05.59
200 Medley Relay Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Will Davis), 1:21.13** Texas (Anthony Grimm, Caspar Corbeau, Alvin Jiang, Cameron Auchinachie), 1:21.36
400 Medley Relay Cal (Destin Lasco, Reece Whitley, Trenton Julian, Bjorn Seeliger), 3:00.36 Indiana (Brendan Burns, Josh Matheny, Tomer Frankel, Rafael Miroslaw), 3:00.76
1-Meter Diving Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 438.20 Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 420.25
Juan Hernandez (LSU), 413.20
3-Meter Diving Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 466.85 Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 462.10
Juan Hernandez (LSU), 459.20
Platform Diving Tyler Downs (Purdue), 447.20 Zach Cooper (Miami-FL), 443.05
Bryden Hattie (Tennessee), 418.70

*denotes a U.S. Open, NCAA and American Record

**denotes a U.S. Open and NCAA Record but not an American Record

RECORD SUMMARY

AMERICAN RECORDS: 

U.S. OPEN RECORDS:

NCAA RECORDS:

MEET RECORDS:

TOP POINT SCORERS – SWIMMING

  1. Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 57
  2. Brooks Curry (LSU), 53
  3. Destin Lasco (Cal), 52
  4. Luca Urlando (Georgia), 50
  5. Brendan Burns (Indiana) / Drew Kibler (Texas) / Carson Foster (Texas), 46
  6. Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 45
  7. Kieran Smith (Florida), 44
  8. Bobby Finke (Florida) / Nicolas Albiero (Louisville), 42

TOP POINT SCORERS – DIVING

  1. Tyler Downs (Purdue) / Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 43
  2. Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 40
  3. Lyle Yost (Ohio State), 34
  4. Juan Hernandez (LSU), 32

FINAL TEAM SCORES

  1. Cal – 487.5
  2. Texas – 436.5
  3. Florida – 374
  4. NC State – 291
  5. Indiana – 265
  6. Arizona State – 236
  7. Stanford – 231
  8. Georgia – 194
  9. Ohio State – 165
  10. Virginia – 154.5
  11. Virginia Tech – 143
  12. Louisville – 132
  13. Harvard – 103
  14. Alabama – 91
  15. LSU/Purdue – 85
  16. —-
  17. Arizona – 79
  18. Tennessee – 72.5
  19. Minnesota/Texas A&M – 44
  20. —-
  21. Georgia Tech – 38
  22. Michigan – 36
  23. Miami (FL) – 31
  24. Columbia – 30
  25. Missouri – 27
  26. USC – 25
  27. UNC – 24
  28. Penn – 22.5
  29. Auburn – 22
  30. Princeton – 14
  31. Kentucky – 11
  32. Northwestern – 6.5
  33. Notre Dame – 5
  34. Towson/Wisconsin/SMU- 4
  35. —-
  36. —-
  37. Utah – 2

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Meeeee
2 months ago

Classic Purdue. If they only had a good HS swim state they could recruit from.

T Hammy
2 months ago

NC State is for sure one of the deepest teams out there. Didn’t dominate relays like Cal/Texas/Florida and didn’t have a ton of podiums but still got 4th place. Really shows the depth all around- they have tons of people that can score points.

K chilly
Reply to  T Hammy
2 months ago

And they are young! Not a single graduating athlete scored points or participated in relays. Lots of upward mobility for that team!

JeahBrah
Reply to  K chilly
2 months ago

Did Swimswam ever break down men’s NCAAs by class scoring? I’d guess NC St may have the most returning points

sam
Reply to  JeahBrah
2 months ago

i wonder how much that matters these days with superstar freshmen….

Dc swimfan
2 months ago

Do you think you will do an analysis on how fast this meet was compared to Ncaas in the past?

James Beam
2 months ago

Time for SwimSwam to give Burns a bio page….

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James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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