52 Teams Earn NCAA Division I Men’s Invites (Official Psych Sheets)

The NCAA has released the official selection sheets for individual events at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Championships.

Texas leads the country with seventeen invited swimmers. After scoring out the meet, they are also projected to win the meet by 30 points over NC State. California qualified 16 swimmers, while Stanford and Florida put 14 and 13 swimmers in the meet, respectively. After the diving qualifiers are added in, the Longhorns will likely have a full squad in Atlanta, which will help them as they fight for the 2016 NCAA title.

Teams with double digit invites:

  • Texas – 17
  • California – 16
  • Stanford – 14
  • Florida – 13
  • Georgia – 12
  • NC State – 12
  • Michigan – 10

Arizona, Auburn, Indiana, and USC are also in striking distance with nine invited swimmers. Despite only having nine invited swimmers, Auburn and Indiana are still expected to earn top ten finishes this season.

In total, 52 teams earned individual invites to NCAAs, which is the same number of teams invited as last year.

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SwimFan1

Texas secured 3 divers this weekend as well, Sean O’Brien, Cory Bowersox, and Mark Anderson. This means they are overqualified, they have some important decisions to make!

uhm

what does the “ps” mean on the relay standards?

It means the team was invited in that relay with a Provisional Swim time. It’s similar to a B standard in an individual event, with the difference that you MUST hit a relay “A” standard (with a few rare exceptions) rather than just rank among the X highest relays to swim ANY relays.

Walker H.

Gooooooo Dawgs!! Sic em!!!!

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