Georgia, Cal, and Stanford are locked in a team race that could come down to the 400 free relay tomorrow night.
Olivia Smoliga and the Georgia Bulldogs are rolling in Atlanta. How much ground are they in position to make up on Cal and Stanford?
The Florida Gators, seen here celebrating their 800 free relay win at SEC’s last month, are one of several men’s teams with five automatic relay qualification times
Who’s our pick as Women’s NCAA team champion this week?
We’ve made some big changes to the 2016 NCAA Pick ‘Em Contest, including scoring for choosing the correct team champions.
The 2016 Pac-12 Champions from USC are clearly elite by any measure of the word, including earning 5 Qualifying Standard relay invites to the 2016 NCAA Championships.
Texas leads the country with seventeen invited swimmers. After scoring out the meet, they are also projected to win the meet by 30 points over NC State.
The Texas Longhorns are projected to repeat as NCAA Champions, based on psych sheet scoring.
By our analysis, Michigan’s Ian Rainey is the first alternate for the 2016 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Championships.
2016 Men’s NCAA Division I Championships March 23-26, 2016 Host: Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Georgia) The NCAA has released the pre-selection…
Tennessee (above) is one of three teams that lead the way with 13 individual swimmers earning invites to the NCAA Championships – matched by SEC Champions Texas A&M and Pac-12 Champions USC.
California will be competing to defend their NCAA title. If they win this year, it will be their fifth national championship in program history.
Texas A&M’s Claire Brandt was among the swimmers who earned an NCAA invite from the 39-line.
These lists provide fans with insight about which events the top swimmers will be swimming in Atlanta later this month.
SwimSwam caught up with Virginia Tech junior Brandon Fiala after he won the 200 IM for the second year in a row on the second day of the 2016 Men’s ACC Championships.