Paul Le may have won the big battle in the 200 back, but Carter Griffin (above) and the Missouri Tigers overwhelmed the war on Friday in Columbia.
Indiana claimed the men’s and women’s titles at the Tennessee triangular, getting triple wins from two of its young freestylers.
Alabama sophomore Kristian Gkolomeev discusses his journey from raw talent to NCAA Champion in just one season in Tuscaloosa. Video: RollTide.com
Among the most damaging stats: Georgia put together 1-2-3 sweeps in 3 different events and went 1-2 in both of the women’s relays.
Kyle Darmody and the Auburn Tigers will travel to face mega-rivals Alabama, LSU on Saturday.
The Alabama Crimson Tide have home-field advantage in a big SEC tri-meet on Saturday.
Former Auburn swimming captain TJ Leon has been named a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship and will interview in Birmingham, Alabama to be one of 32 American students to earn the award this year.
The Aggie men of Texas A&M went on the road Thursday night, cleaning up against Florida Atlantic with wins in every event but the 200 and 100 frees.
Seth Stubblefield is one of 9 Cal Bears on the U.S. roster. Check out our interactive breakdowns here.
Florida’s Jess Thielmann will lead the Gators against the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend in a heavyweight SEC battle.
Richard Funk and the Michigan Wolverines impressed at home in a quad meet last weekend and earned themselves a #1 ranking from the CSCAA.
One day before their football counterparts square off in Jacksonville, the Georgia and Florida swimming and diving teams will compete in a top-5 matchup in Athens. (Featured image: Brittany MacLean)
The Texas A&M women’s swimming and dive team will take on a pair of regional opponents in a 3 p.m. double dual meet with host North Texas and the University of Houston on Friday at UNT’s Pohl Recreation Center.
Coach Gregg Troy: “Tomorrow’s meet should be a great opportunity for both the men and women to race some of the best athletes in the NCAA. This is a perfect time, being that it is the midpoint of the fall, to evaluate where we are.”
Eric Shanteau is one of 6 inductees into the Auburn Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame Class of 2015.