This season, he’s dropped the 100 back on day 2 for the 400 IM. He was the 4th fastest 100 backstroker in the nation this season.
Returning NCAA A finalists Jordan Windle and Grayson Campbell went 1-2 on 3-meter in the tough Zone D, and Texas qualified 3 divers for NCAAs.
It’s sort of like if we played pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey with cut lines. Tait Pinnow knows about where the target is, but it’s a little fuzzy still.
Now you can pick against the SwimSwam experts in the 2020 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships Pick ‘Em Contest, with a chance to win prizes from A3.
Soloveychik will be able to make an immediate impact on the Gophers’ D-Squad when he arrives on campus next fall.
Virginia Tech’s Blake Manoff swam to a lifetime best in the 100 free. Manoff led prelims with a 42.64. That moves him up to 33rd in the nation.
He put up a 45.81 in the 100 back, dropping half a second to move to 18th. He’s ranked higher in the 200 at 12th. His 1:40.14 was a best by nearly 2 seconds.
The Big Ten Champion Ohio State Buckeyes are our fastest risers in our end-of-season poll, flying from unranked to #11 overall.
The NCAA has released its official psych sheets (along with the invite line) for the 2020 Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships.
The three-time defending NCAA Champion Stanford women are seeded only 9th, by swimming points, for the upcoming national championship meet in March.
With NCAA Championship season shifting into high gear this month, the organization has formed a panel of medical professionals and student-athlete liaisons.
Depending on what happens at the Pac-12 Championships next week, the Texas men could earn as many as 24 individual swimming invites to the NCAA Championship meet.
The Michigan men took the B1G men’s championship over the weekend, ending Indiana’s run on top. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers.
We saw Day 4 of racing pick up, with some very exciting swims to end the conference championship weekend on a high note.
Wisconsin’s Cameron Tysoe is the top seed in the 200 back. He’ll be going after the Pool Record tonight set by Wisconsin NCAA Champion Drew TeDuits in 2013.