Cal comes into this meet with a star-studded NCAA record-holding 200 medley relay team, but they will have to hold off the ever-present Stanford and new threat Indiana to defend their title.
Joseph Schooling and the 3-time defending NCAA Champion Texas Longhorns 2on 4 of the 5 relays at last year’s national championship meet.
Tennessee’s Erika Brown wasn’t even an individual qualifier for NCAAs last season, but now she’s got her eyes on the 100 fly title.
The NCAA Championships will pit the American Record holder, Abbey Weitzeil, against the reigning NCAA champion and NCAA Record holder, Stanford’s Simone Manuel, in the 50 free.
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Defending champion Mallory Comerford of Louisville could become the second woman to ever break 1:40. Though Ledecky will be absent this time around, fellow Stanford swimmer Simone Manuel will look to give Comerford a run for her money. We may see another tight battle given that their best times are only a hundredth apart.
Sydney Pickrem and the Texas A&M breaststroke group will be the most dominant single ‘group’ by scoring at the NCAA Championship meet.
Tennessee’s Erika Brown’s #1 seed in the 100 fly is one of 5 held by the sophomore class at this year’s NCAA Championship meet.
The Texas Longhorn men will bring three divers with to NCAAs in pursuit of a fourth-straight title, including Jordan Windle, who was second on platform on day 3 of the Zone D Championships.
Putting to rest all the will-he-or-won’t-he speculation, Carson Foster verbally committed to the University of Texas for 2020-21.
The NCAA has released its official psych sheets for the men’s NCAA Championships, including the cut lines for each event.
The Minnesota Aquatic Center is one of the few indoor courses of its size in the U.S. that has spectator seating on two sides of the pool.
For the second time this year, the Tennessee women are our biggest risers in the Power Ranks.