2023 Division I Men’s Championships: Review Your Pick’em Contest Selections

by Spencer Penland 0

March 22nd, 2023 College, News


The SwimSwam Pick’em contest for the 2023 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships has officially closed. Now that the entry form has closed, let’s take a look at how things are shaping up before the action kicks off tonight in Minneapolis.

Firstly, here is a spreadsheet showing all entrants’ responses. You can use this sheet to keep track of your responses in the event that you forget or want to check in on your picks. All real names and email addresses have been removed from this sheet, so you’ll need to find your screen name. It’s a large spreadsheet, with 580 total entrants in the competition, so the easiest way for you to find your picks is to use the “ctrl + F” function to search for your screen name.

Without further ado, here are the responses for the Pick’em contest:

In terms of breaking down the Pick’em responses for individual events, SwimSwam readers (at least those who are entering in Pick’ems) really believe in Arizona State’s Leon Marchand. In the 200 IM 99.1% of entrants chose Marchand to win, while 96.9% chose him to win the 400 IM, and 99.0% picked him to win the 200 breast.

Speaking of the Sun Devils, our readers believe in the team as well. 21% of respondents selected Arizona State to win the meet.

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