The Michigan were on fire this weekend, winning the high-profile Quad meet even though perhaps the best Wolverine swim didn’t even garner them any points.
Denver topped the Kansas and Missouri State women, while the Denver men beat Missouri State in a straight-on dual meet.
The Iowa State Cyclones nabbed a win over South Dakota Friday night, getting a double from distance star Karyl Clarete and also wringing big production out of its freshman class.
Texas freshman Joseph Schooling is already splitting under 46 seconds in the 100 fly on day 1 of the big Michigan-hosted quad meet.
Joseph Schooling and the Texas Longhorns are part of a star-studded weekend quad meet in Michigan which features college teams and pros from Texas, Michigan, Louisville and Indiana.
Following a home dual meet against Penn State on Thursday night, the West Virginia University swimming and diving teams travel to Villanova for a road dual meet on Saturday, Oct. 25, at noon.
The Penn State Nittany Lions hit the road to face West Virginia Thursday night, coming out with a pair of wins by almost identical scores.
The Michigan Wolverines will host the Texas Longhorns, Louisville Cardinals, and Indiana Hoosiers in what will be the biggest meet of this weekend.
Colorado butterflier Max Holter has given his verbal commitment to the University of Texas.
Alyssa Cook, a breaststroke/IM specialist from King Aquatic Club, has committed to the University of Texas.
Ryan Harty was almost hooking his horns already in this photo from the 2013 World Championship Trials. Below, he completed the motion with a commitment to the University of Texas.
Many thanks to swimming photographer Andy Ringgold for contributing these college swimming photos.
Will Licon got the chance to add another gold to an impressive night which included a 48.44 100 back, and he did just that by winning the 200 IM. The Longhorn swimmer won the event smoothly in 1:48.18, beating Jared Butler and Gonzalo Carazo Barbero.
Head coach Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorn men are back in action this weekend after an impressive intrasquad meet. The Longhorns will take on Texas A&M at home on Saturday. The Texas women will swim their intrasquad on Friday.
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