The 2018 NCAA Championships should culminate in duel between NC State and Texas that could see the 2:45 mark broken in the 400 free relay.
6 different programs have season-best composite times that add up within a second of one another in an event that could turn the tides of the entire meet.
There’s not much doubt that Caeleb Dressel will complete the four-year sweep of the 50 free this week, but a historically strong field means that some sub-19 sprinters are going to get left out of the A-final.
Florida senior Mark Szaranek will be looking to win the 200 IM title outright after winning tying for the victory last year, but he’ll have to deal with Auburn’s Hugo Gonzalez and the rest of a very strong field.
Kentucky commit Caitlin Brooks opened up Wednesday with a win in the 200 back.
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The pre-selection list for the 2018 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships was released this morning.
Senior Jan Switkowski is dropping the 200 free for the 100 fly at this year’s NCAA Championships.
Florida senior Mark Szaranek is switching things up for his final NCAAs, opting for the 200 breast instead of the 200 fly.
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar, who won the 200 fly last season, is changing things up this time around as he’ll battle for a title in the 200 breast.
Arizona State’s Cameron Craig looks to repeat as Pac-12 Champion in the 200 free. He’s the top seed for tonight’s final.
Yale’s Aaron Greenberg may have secured a NCAA invite, but 16 year-old Kelly Pash won an impressive double at the first day of the 2018 American Short Course Championships in Austin, Texas.
The NC State Wolfpack quartet of Ryan Held, Justin Ress, Jacob Molcaek, and Coleman Stewart put the cherry on the top of their ACC championship sundae Saturday night by delivering an American Record in the 400 free relay.
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NC State put an exclamation mark on their ACC meet victory with a 2:45.69 in the 400 free relay, the 2nd-fastest time ever.