The men’s invites were much more centralized in the 5 biggest conferences, with the SEC once again leading all conferences in invited swimmers.
Here’s a listing of award-winners from the conference championships that wrapped up around the country over the past three weeks.
Based on the math that has been triple-vindicated by Krista Kezbers, Tait Pinnow, and myself (thanks to both for their…
This set of interactive graphs breaks down invites to the women’s NCAA Championships by conference. The powerful SEC nabbed over a quarter of all the NCAA swimming invites and 15 more than second-place Pac-12.
Troy addressed the importance of relay preparation including exchanges, as well as a slightly different event schedule for Gator star Elizabeth Beisel at the meet.
Thursday saw the first post-psych sheet scratch of the 2014 NCAA women’s championships, as Georgia’s Olivia Boggs has pulled out of…
Texas A&M’s Cory Bolleter improved his chances at an NCAA individual qualification with a 19.38 in the 50 free.
Check out the official psych sheets and invite lists for the 2014 Division I Women’s national championships here. Defending champs Georgia lead with 17 individual swimming qualifiers.
Germany’s Nils Wich-Glasen ha given his verbal commitment to join the team at South Carolina next fall, marking another international recruit,…
UCLA freshman Madison White is among those on the 38th line who should earn an invite to NCAA’s.
Later this week, official NCAA invites for the Division I women’s meet will be announced. Here’s refresher on how the selection process works.
Florida’s Elizabeth Beisel will swim no first day event at this year’s NCAA Championship meet, and instead pull a tough 200 back/200 fly double.
Fast age groupers, college commits like Brett Ringgold and Curtis Ogren and even some current Texas A&M Aggies made appearances at the Texas Sectionals meet in College Station.
With the NCAA not allowing swimmers to remove the kick-plates from the Spectrum blocks at the University of Minnesota, here are some visuals of what the starting platform will look like for relay swimmers at the women’s NCAA Championships later this month.
Florida’s Lindsey McKnight is left squarely on the bubble for an NCAA qualification.