A number of Division I collegiate programs rolled through the Speedo Sectional meet in Geneva, Ohio, with the Indiana Hoosiers leading the way.
The Herbert McAuley Aquatic Center, originally the 1996 Olympic Pool, has seen a lot of history. Before these last two…
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Townley Haas could be making a move into Rio contention in the 200 free
The University of Texas ‘Lit the Tower” on Sunday night in honor of the men’s swimming & diving teams’ 12th national championship.
The 2016 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships are a wrap from Atlanta, Georgia, and in totality, the meet will…
The NCAA Champions from the University of Texas outscored the 8 scoring teams from the Big Ten at the men’s NCAA Championship meet.
Texas sophomore Joseph Schooling crushed the first-ever 1:37 in the 200 fly to cap a wild final session of the 2016 NCAA Championships and seal the team title for the Longhorns.
At the meet’s conclusion, the Texas men walked away with 9 event titles out of 21 events, scoring 541.5 points total. The only team in history with more event titles were the 2001 Longhorns.
Joseph Schooling celebrates after winning his second-straight NCAA title in the 200 fly.
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Texas’ Joseph Schooling annihilated all of the records in the 200 fly, but it took a huge last 50 to even win the race.
Will Licon took down Kevin Cordes’ NCAA, U.S. Open, and American records in the 200 yard breaststroke with a final time of 1:48.12
Senior John Murray was one of six Longhorns to compete an individual A-final tonight in their efforts to secure a second straight NCAA team title
The Texas men are in position to defend their NCAA title, but the battle for the rest of the top 5 spots could get interesting. Cal and Florida are separated by 16 points right now, with the Golden Bears sitting in 2nd.