The 2018 US National Champion Andrew Seliskar will swim as part of the the American prelims 4×200 free relay on Friday morning.
Andrew Seliskar and the California Golden Bears are your winners of the 2019 Men’s NCAA Championships
John Shebat, celebrating his win in the 200 backstroke, the first individual title of his career
Carson Sand (200 breaststroke) is one of 10 individual Cal swimmers to earn a second swim on Saturday
Vini Lanza, fresh off of last night’s 400 medley relay title, came back to win the 100 butterfly for the Indiana Hoosiers
Ryan Hoffer and the Cal Bears will be in the mix in a tight 200 medley relay field
Arizona State leads after diving, but Stanford has plenty to cheer about, scoring the second-most points despite using two fewer athletes than the Sun Devils
Stanford teammates Brooke Forde and Ella Eastin are the top two seeds in the 400 IM tonight
200 freestyle top seed Zach Apple and the Indiana Hoosiers are fighting to distance themselves from the Michigan Wolverines
Felix Auboeck led five Michigan Wolverines into tonight’s A-final in the 500 freestyle
Ever wondered “why is it so hard to find old meet results?” Us too.
Lindsey Soule was an event winner for the Nevada Wolfpack, which closed out the holiday training period with a strong showing in San Diego
Leah Hayes cut a half-second off her lifetime best in the 200 freestyle to move up to #4 all time for 11-12 girls
Zach Apple was disqualified from this morning’s men’s 200 freestyle