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.
Watch as the UConn swimmers and divers get hyped up for AAC Championships.
Two championship records highlighted the first day of the 2016 American Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships in Houston.
The SMU women’s swimming and diving team travels to Houston for the American Athletic Conference at the CRWC Natatorium Feb. 17-20. Preliminary action starts at 10 a.m. CT each day and finals begin at 6 p.m. Day one action kicks off with diving at 12 p.m. and all diving prelims will be held between swimming sessions at 12:30 p.m. for the remaining days.
The 2015-16 swimming and diving season has reached its crescendo, and the University of Houston is set play host to the 2016 American Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships. Competition runs from Feb. 15-20 at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
The University of Connecticut men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are set to compete in the 2016 American Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, which take place this week (Feb. 17-20) at the CRWC Natatorium at the University of Houston.
The SMU men’s swimming and diving team begins the championship season when it heads to Houston for the American Athletic Conference Championship held at the CRWC Natatorium on the campus of the University of Houston.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s final swimming and diving honors for the week ending Feb. 7.
Delaney Lanker set a new Northeastern University record in the 100 IM this weekend at the Husky Invite.
The SMU men’s swimming and diving team hosts its final tune up before the 2016 American Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday when Oklahoma Baptist and Wayland Baptist come to town for tri-meet action.