Lilly King enters the meet as the top seed in the 100 and 200 breaststroke, where she’ll have a chance at finishing off a career sweep.
Like in 2018, the Stanford women again have 18 swimmers that will earn invites to NCAAs.
Ella Eastin, in spite of dabbling in the 200 back at Pac-12s (and winning a conference title), will shift back to her standard NCAA Championship schedule of 200 IM, 400 IM, and 200 fly.
Houston dominated the meet for their third straight American Athletic Conference title, winning four events on the final day of action. The Cincinnati men repeated as champs, and did so by winning every event except the 200 breaststroke on Day 4.
The Houston women more than doubled their lead on Day 3 of the AAC Championships, winning three events, while East Carolina won five of the six events on the men’s side, but Cincinnati still boasts the overall lead.
The Houston women took a sizeable lead, winning three of four events on Day 2 of the AAC Championships, while the Cincinnati men took a modest lead over East Carolina as the men’s meet threatens to come down to the wire.
A short session didn’t produce much difference in the team scores, as the Houston women took a small lead on Day 1 of the American Athletic Conference Championships, while the East Carolina and Cincinnati men are essentially tied.
Defending champion Texas is ranked No. 4 as Cal maintains the top spot in the final 2019 CSCAA ranks.
The NC State divers gave their men’s team a push in the right direction as the Wolfpack seek a 5th-straight ACC title.
With NCAA conference championship season approaching, many swimmer’s focus is on swimming a time fast enough to get them invited…
Two-time defending NCAA champs Stanford have risen to #1 in the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of American (CSCAA) dual meet poll for the first time this season.
It’s the calm before the conference storm in our Power Rankings, with the uneasy split of #1 votes remaining identical to our last ranks.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the final winners of the league’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving weekly honors for the 2018-19 season: East Carolina’s Marek Osina, Tulane’s Kate McDonald and SMU’s Johanna Holloway.
McDonald’s 3 individual wins, combined with a DQ from SMU’s ‘A’ medley relay, helped Tulane top the Mustangs for the 2nd-straight season.
We have a unanimous #1 and a new #2 team in the nation heading into the conference championship round.