The 2018 women’s NCAA championships wrapped up a couple weekends ago with Stanford defending their title by a wide point margin over California.
It was a wee bit closer than it’d been the past three years, but the Texas Longhorns won their 4th-straight title at the 2018 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships tonight
Hear the top quotes from the media scrum at the 2018 Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
Jonathan Roberts, a senior and leader on the Texas team, did anything he could to get the team excited and ready to swim in the prelims sessions of NCAA’s
The Texas men’s swimming & diving team won a nail-biter of an NCAA title on Saturday.
Texas teammates went 1-2 in the 200 back, with freshman Austin Katz closing hard to finish in 1:37.53
The 2018 men’s championships wrapped up last night so now it’s time to look at individual performances.
Texas held off a tough Cal charge to win its fourth-straight NCAA title
Watch Caeleb Dressel blast a 39.90 100 free, becoming the first man to break 40.
Indiana and Ian Finnerty lead the way heading into the final day, but they’ll have to hold off hard-charging Texas and Cal tonight to seal an upset NCAA team title.
The 200 fly was shaping up to be a close one, but NC State’s Andreas Vazaios remained on top as the only swimmer to break 1:39 in the final.
Finnerty was the top seed in the 200 breast after prelims, and he stayed on top tonight to win in 1:50.17. That moves him up to #5 all-time.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel has been smashing barriers all week. Dressel, a senior, set out to make history individually one last time for the Gators in tonight’s 100 free final.
With a tight team battle in the works, Texas freshman Austin Katz came up clutch in tonight’s 200 back.
That was a lifetime best by Ipsen, blowing away his former best 14:31.21 from the 2018 ACC Championships.