The University of Louisville men’s swimming and diving team qualified a school record seven athletes in 11 events for the…
Here’s a listing of award-winners from the conference championships that wrapped up around the country over the past three weeks.
This set of interactive graphs breaks down invites to the women’s NCAA Championships by conference. The powerful SEC nabbed over a quarter of all the NCAA swimming invites and 15 more than second-place Pac-12.
Check out the official psych sheets and invite lists for the 2014 Division I Women’s national championships here. Defending champs Georgia lead with 17 individual swimming qualifiers.
Later this week, official NCAA invites for the Division I women’s meet will be announced. Here’s refresher on how the selection process works.
Morgan and Garrett break down this past weekend’s conference championship meets, preview Men’s Pac 12s, and start to discuss how NCAAs is squaring up.
With the NCAA not allowing swimmers to remove the kick-plates from the Spectrum blocks at the University of Minnesota, here are some visuals of what the starting platform will look like for relay swimmers at the women’s NCAA Championships later this month.
Mitch Bowmile is back with his weekly roundup of swimming competition. This week, Mitch tackles the college conference championships that happened across the country last weekend including the men’s ACCs, men’s Big Tens and women’s Pac-12s.
Louisville’s Gisselle Kohoyda swam a 2:09.95 in the 200 breaststroke in Tennessee to drastically improve her NCAA Qualifying chances.
Ned Skinner and Virginia Tech still looks to be the favorite after Saturday’s prelims session, but it’s far from a comfortable margin.
After the Louisville Cardinals swept both the men’s and women’s titles at the AAC Swimming and Diving Championships, 84 total student-athletes representing six conference schools have been named to the All-Conference team.
With numbers courtesy of USA Swimming Stats on Twitter, we’ve put together some charts ranking the top-end depth of each of the major women’s conference to compete last weekend.
Joao de Lucca went 41.90, the second-fastest time in the NCAA this season, to win the 100 free. He’s looking like one of the most dangerous men in the country heading into the national championships.
Louisville stayed hot on the final day of prelims at the AAC Championships, breaking more pool records and taking top seeds in 7 of the 8 events. Tanja Kylliainen is the top 200 flyer, looking for her third conference title of the meet.
Joao de Lucca was dominant in his signature race, while the Louisville men were suffocating, sweeping the top 4 spots in two different events.