Birmingham Brother Rice overcame 4-time defending champs Saline High School to win the Michigan Division I boys state title.
14-year-old Genevieve Pfeifer won her second race of the weekend with the 500 free Saturday night, while Arkansas commit Chelsea Tatlow took the 200 IM and Jacob Molacek and Michael Andrew dueled it out in the 50 free.
Tatnall’s David Crossland broke the 100 back record by just .01, one of his two state championships on the weekend.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy got his first Pac-12 title by coming from behind to top Stanford’s Dave Nolan in a thrilling 100 back race. That was a microcosm of the team race, where Cal passed up Stanford for the Pac-12 lead on night 3.
The Whitworth women posted a team GPA of 3.69, while the Principia men topped the men’s rankings for the second-straight semester.
Lynn University and Urbana University sit atop the Division II Scholar All-America team lists, also putting up the two highest team GPAs of any team in any NCAA Division.
Dave Nolan smoked a tough 200 IM field with a 1:41.49, just a few tenths off his NCAA-winning time from last season. He’s now the fourth man in the nation under 1:42 this season in what should be a crazy event come nationals.
This season has seen the 200 free stakes continually raised, and Michigan managed to top all of it with their record-setting 800 free relay that was the fastest ever on American soil.
Check out the official psych sheets and invite lists for the 2014 Division I Women’s national championships here. Defending champs Georgia lead with 17 individual swimming qualifiers.
A year ago, Carly Rae Tanner was swimming at the NCAA Championships for UNC-Wilmington. This year, she moved behind the lens to capture the UNC-W men’s 13th straight CAA Conference Championship
The NCAA released its official psych sheets this morning for the Division III men’s and women’s championships. Here are links to all the just-released info.
The Sunkist swim team (SUNS) from Flowood won the Mississippi state swimming championship at the brand new Tupelo Aquatic Center this weekend. It was a total team effort victory as they came in second in both the girls and boys divisions.
Later this week, official NCAA invites for the Division I women’s meet will be announced. Here’s refresher on how the selection process works.
Record-setting open water swimmer Diana Nyad is among the celebrities featured on the upcoming 18th season of ‘Dancing With the Stars’.
Fast age groupers, college commits like Brett Ringgold and Curtis Ogren and even some current Texas A&M Aggies made appearances at the Texas Sectionals meet in College Station.