National Teamers, college stars, and NAG record-holders will collide at next week’s Pro Swim Series stop in Richmond, VA.
Junior Pan Pacs medalist and #3 on our “way too early” class of 2020 recruit rankings Jake Magahey announced his verbal commitment to the Georgia Bulldogs today.
Five more Texas pool records were broken on the final day of the 2019 Men’s NCAA Championships, leaving only four records untouched after the four days of competition.
Cal head coach Dave Durden was named this year’s CSCAA Men’s Division I Swimming Coach of the Year after the Golden Bears broke a four year Texas winning streak.
Sophomore Sean Grieshop already has a pair of top two finishes for Cal, and he appears likely to improve on his 11th-place finish from last year when he swims the 1650 in this afternoon’s heats.
The Alabama Crimson Tide broke the Texas pool record tonight in the 200 medley relay, one of three pool records set today.
12 year-old Richard Poplawski of Scarlet Aquatics broke the 400 IM (LCM) national age group record this morning at the Indianapolis Sectionals.
The 200 free is the event that’s seen qualifying times for finals get markedly faster this year.
Coleman Stewart and Dean Farris blasted two of the fastest 100 back swims ever in this morning’s prelims.
The ACC has scored the most total points as a conference through the second day of the 2019 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The first two days of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships have seen an assault on the Texas Swim Center pool records, with several of those broken records been American or U.S. Open Records at the time they were set.
Quite a few pool records went down this morning, but times to make finals for today’s events were typically slower this year than last year.
Coleman Stewart and Mark Nikolaev led off their medley relays in big-time swims of 44.32 and 44.49, respectively, in this morning’s prelims.
Cal Bears Ryan Hoffer and Pawel Sendyk scorched the pool this morning with a pair of 18-mid 50 frees.
The Texas Longhorns came out strong tonight, but they weren’t the only ones.