The swimming roster is a little thin, but the Golden Gophers, as usual, have one of the best breaststrokers in college swimming along with a field of talented divers.
Rising international star Taylor Ruck headlines a dominant Stanford class atop our incoming recruiting class ranks for 2018-2019.
Louise Hansson is a multistroke star who leads a USC team primed to move up from last year’s 12th place finish.
The #10 Florida men will look to fill the massive void left by the departures of Caeleb Dressel and Gregg Troy.
The Bulldogs will be looking for one of the best incoming freshmen classes in the nation to help bring them back into the top ten come NCAAs.
Kylie Powers is a big in-state get for the Aggies #7 recruiting class.
Colin Zeng was the highest-scoring diver in the NCAA last year, and Tennessee returns the bulk of its relays, which combined for 52 points in 2018.
When all is accounted for, it seems the Golden Gophers are poised to be even better than last season, at least point-wise, and having finished 15th at the NCAAs last season, they could very realistically crack the top 10 this time around.
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With NC State likely missing Ky-lee Perry and Courtney Caldwell, their chances look slim to repeat as ACC champions.
Alex Zettle is one of many top-end commits for the incoming Texas class of 2022.
Allie Raab is one of the many stars heading to The Farm next fall.
An explanation of why U of Miami could crack the top 20 at the NCAAs.
The Texas Longhorns have won the NCAA title each year since Joseph Schooling and the rest of the class of 2018 arrived on the “Forty Acres.” The race for the team title projects to be tighter this year, but the Longhorns have the talent and depth to make it four in a row.