Andrew Seliskar, the 2nd seed in the 200 breast, and the Cal Golden Bears lead all teams with 17 individual swimming entries.
The fun we had all had watching Caeleb Dressel’s breaststroke is over, at least for his individual NCAA career.
The pre-selection list for the 2018 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships was released this morning.
Florida sophomore Maxime Rooney has entered the 200 IM rather than the 500 free on day 2 of NCAAs, per the pre-cut psych sheets out today.
After missing Ella Eastin’s American record by just 4 hundredths last season, Cal’s Kathleen Baker is back to give it another go, but Stanford’s Eastin will be there as well to try and reclaim her title.
The Texas Longhorns added two male divers and 4 female divers to their NCAA squads on day 1.
The NC State men qualified one diver, while the Tennessee men qualified a pair on day 1 of the Zone B Championships.
The ever-complicated NCAA diving qualification process begins this week with Zone Diving Championships, and it’s time to take a look at how divers qualify for the collegiate national championships.
Béryl Gastaldello was back in action Friday at Speedo Sectionals in College Station after missing the SEC Championships.
Swimming at the College Station Sectionals, Urlando swam the fastest 15-year old time of the year in both the 200 fly and 200 back on the same night.
Wisconsin sophomore Beata Nelson is the top seed in the women’s 100 backstroke.
Tennessee earned Qualifying Standards in all 5 relays, including 4 with breakout star Erika Brown.
He was over a second faster than his time from SECs, taking 8 tenths off his lifetime best as he swam a 1:40.28.
Stanford projects to have the most invitees with 18, before zone diving begins.
Stanford is seeking a second-straight NCAA title in 2018.