The SMU women’s swimming and diving program is getting some well-deserved time off before its next team competition at Texas A&M on Jan. 9, but that doesn’t mean competition is over for the 2015 calendar year as 10 current and former Mustangs are set to compete at USA Nationals and the European Short Course Swimming Championships.
The Louisville men and the Texas A&M women appear to have the highest number of potential NCAA qualifiers at this point in the season.
Krzyzaniak posted NCAA B standards in the 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke events at the Art Adamson Invitational. In the 100 backstroke, the sophomore placed fourth with a time of 48.24 in the Championship Final.
To be able to continue to compete in this sport at an elite level, while getting your college education, is truly something to be grateful for.
Michael Chadwick and the Missouri Tigers jumped into the top 10 after an electric performance last week at the Tennessee Invitational
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel clocked 3 NCAA “A” standards competing at the OSU Invite in Columbus last weekend, including in one event you wouldn’t quite expect.
University of Houston head swimming & diving coach Ryan Wochomurka is proud to announce the addition of nine newcomers, eight swimmers and one diver, to the Cougar program.
Nathan Delahunty of Y-Spartaquatics Swim Club has committed to swim for the University of Connecticut beginning next fall.
Stanford’s women won 5 of 6 events on the final night of the 2015 Art Adamson Invite, but it was Texas A&M who took home the team title. Meanwhile Utah took the men’s crown with a deep team effort.
The Stanford and Texas A&M women continue to jockey for the top spots on the final morning of the 2015 Art Adamson Invite. Pictured: Lia Neal, who is the top qualifier in the 100 free.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin rocked the Art Adamson Invite’s second day, putting up a 400 IM time that would have won last year’s NCAA title by a wide margin.
Rutgers senior Joanna Wu is surging her team to victories at the Frank Elm Invitational, but Navy’s depth in the sprints carries the scoring.
After some big opening night swims, the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, Texas is set to field further exciting clashes Friday, most notably a battle of high-ranking 400 IMers.
Because it is an Olympic year, NCAA allows both long and short course meter times to be converted to short course yards in order to qualify for 2016 NCAA championships.
The Art Adamson Invite turned its format over to short course yards for finals and the explosions started immediately on night 1, led by Beryl Gastaldello’s nation-leading 50 free.