Siobhan Haughey is a big reason why the Michigan women are on the fast track to the top tier of the NCAA.
Blake Pieroni will lead the charge on the men’s side for IU’s 2017-18 season.
Defending champion Fabian Schwingenschlogl, the first swimmer out of Mizzou to ever win an NCAA title, will have to hold off Texas breaststroke star Will Licon to defend his 100 breaststroke title.
In order to get an invite to the NCAA Championships a swimmer has to qualify via either an ‘A’ qualifying time, which guarantees an athlete a spot at the competition, or a “B’ qualifying time which is conditional based on the number of swimmers who meet the standard.
Below is a preview of the D1 meets we’ll be covering over this coming week of college swimming. If we missed…
A look ahead at the upcoming week’s college swimming schedule
This week’s college swimming competition will begin Thursday- where we’ll see four dual meets, after which competition will kick into…
The women’ team received seven votes, men’s team six votes
This weekend’s college swimming competition is likely to be highlighted by swimming at the SMU Classis and the Big 12…
The Longhorns are in the hunt for an NCAA threepeat this season, and they have very few weaknesses.
Olympian Olivia Smoliga was a difference-maker in 2016, but the Bulldogs face a heightened NCAA challenge in 2017.
The Bears will be capitalizing off a very talented freshman class this season, and look like they’ve got a ton of depth for the relays.
NCAA champ Caeleb Dressel returns, and gets a new partner in the Florida freestyle group: #1-ranked recruit Maxime Rooney.
With the returning group, Cal has no lack of depth in the sprints and several potential individual scorers. Now add Abbey Weitzeil, Maddie Murphy, and Keaton Blovad to the mix and you’ve got a dangerous looking sprint free group for the Golden Bears.
The NC State Wolfpack will be looking to bust through into the top 3 at NCAAs after a somewhat disappointing 4th place finish last year.