Prelims of swimming, diving, and distance free, and all finals sessions of the 2022 NCAA Division I Men’s Championships, will be broadcast on ESPN3.
LSU’s Brooks Curry leads the NCAA in the 100 free this year and is the newest member of the 40-point club, making him the odds-on favorite for the title.
From previews to live stream to your Pick Em’s Contest results, here are all the links you will need to follow the action in Atlanta this weekend.
For the first time since the mark was set 5 years ago, Chase Kalisz’s NCAA and U.S. Open Record could be in serious danger from freshman Leon Marchand.
The women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving season has come to a close. Take a look at the team scoring breakdown from the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship.
As the Division I Men’s NCAA Championship approaches we are on record watch! Join us as we dissect the most and least likely records to fall this weekend.
Kate Douglass now owns three American Records in three different strokes and distances after breaking the 200 breaststroke record on Saturday.
Erica Sullivan of Texas is the #9 seed in the 1650 free and will swim in lane 4 in the last heat before finals.
Sophomore Emma Sticklen dropped a second in the 200 fly to move up to the top seed for finals – important points in the Texas quest for second place.
Kate Douglass of Virginia is the top seed in the 200 breast on Saturday morning in Atlanta.
USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler pulled off an upset in the 100 breast final which helped the Trojans outscore the psych sheet on Day 3.
Ellen Walshe of Tennessee is seeded 3rd in back-to-back events -the 400 IM and 100 fly- on Friday night.
Stanford out-performed the psych sheet by 37 points on Friday morning at 2022 NCAA Women’s Championships.
Day Three will feature heats of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back followed by the preliminary rounds of diving.
Virginia junior Kate Douglass broke the American, U.S. Open, NCAA, meet, and pool records in the 50 free in prelims with 20.87.