Graduated star Mallory Comerford’s relay production will be tough to replace, but Louisville still has a deep sprint group and some butterfly stars.
It was a young Aggie group in 2018-2019, the team’s core returns, including rising star Shaine Casas – who may have to choose between back and fly.
The 2018-2019 NCAA season is officially underway – catch up on all of our preseason coverage here.
Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorns have reloaded the roster for a run at a 5th consecutive NCAA title.
Ella Eastin and Brooke Forde will both be key members of the two-time defending National Champion Stanford Cardinal this season.
Coming off a big summer, the versatile Andrew Seliskar could contend for NCAA titles in a wide array of events while contributing on any and all Golden Bear relays.
Amy Bilquist will be of huge importance to the Golden Bears as she enters her senior season.
All things considered, this IU team is stacked, and is a top 3 favorite with the potential to really explode and possibly rank even higher.
Senior Siobhan Haughey leads a Michigan team that has steadily risen through the NCAA ranks over the pas five seasons.
Despite losing two individual NCAA champions, the NC State men return one of the most complete relay cores in the nation, as well as three swimmers capable making three A-finals each.
Evie Pfeifer is set to build off of a successful freshman campaign as the Longhorns will replace outgoing sprint staple Rebecca Millard with two elite young sprinters in Julia Cook and Grace Ariola.
Junior standout Felix Auboeck looks to lead the #5 Michigan men in 2018-2019.
Senior Mallory Comerford leads a Louisville squad that returns every single swimmer from all five of last year’s NCAA relays.
Stanford returns most of its key NCAA contributors from last year and adds a stellar freshman class led by summer 2018 breakout star Jack LeVant.
We’ll be previewing the top 12 men’s and women’s programs for the 2018-2018 season – stay tuned to our College Swimming…