A crazy season in the NCAA with Olympic redshirts, freshmen deferrals and underclassmen turning pro has just about everything breaking in favor of Leah Smith and the Virginia Cavaliers.
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
After 4 amazing years at Stanford, the Cardinal will face their first season without superstar David Nolan, who contributed over 25% of their NCAA points last season
After two NCAA titles, an American record and two of the fastest relay splits in history, it’s Kelsi’s Worrell-d, we just live in it.
Junior Madisyn Cox has been unstoppable since moving to Austin for college, and the Texas IM corps appears to be growing up around her.
Gunnar Bentz will try to fill the shoes of two perennial All-Americans in Nic Fink and Chase Kalisz.
After a strong sophomore season, Chelsea Chenault (in pool) will lead USC into what is expected to be a much improved team in 2015-2016
With one of just three returning 18-second 50 freestylers in the nation and a loaded sprint corps, NC State looks to overcome a successful yet heartbreaking 2015 postseason.
Junior Kyle Darmody will lead the Tigers into battle this season
Natalie Hinds is part of a big returning senior class for the Florida Gators, who graduated just three seniors and zero NCAA points.
Canadian Brooklyn Snodgrass will look to lead Indiana to their first B1G Ten title since 2011 this season
NCAA champ Kristian Gkolomeev leads a loaded sprint crew at Alabama that’s only getting better.
Tennessee hit some major adversity at the 2015 NCAA Championships, but a small graduating class and a big-time incoming transfer provide high hopes for 2016.
Michael Chadwick’s huge summer gives #11 Mizzou optimism that 2016 could top even a 2015 season that was the best in program history.
Head Coach Ray Looze brought in another large freshman class and is hoping to build off of their 12th place finish at the NCAA Championships last season.