Eddie Reese Called Tate Jackson Being Swimmer of the Meet a Week Ago (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  • Big 12 Meet Record: 2:48.66, Texas, 2017
  • NCAA ‘A’ Cut: 2:52.10
  1. GOLD: Texas, 2:48.35
  2. SILVER: West Virginia, 2:54.30
  3. BRONZE: TCU, 3:02.41

Townley Haas led things off for Texas, touching in 42.89 ahead of West Virginia’s Merwane Elmerini (43.24). Brett Ringgold put up a 41.23 on the 2nd leg, handing off to Jeff Newkirk (42.75). Tate Jackson closed in 41.48 as they took down the Meet Record. Notably absent from the lineup tonight was Joseph Schooling.


  1. University of Texas               760   2. West Virginia University          654
  3. Texas Christian University        471

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If the team is really the least rested team he’s ever had at this point in the season, I can’t wait to see what they can do when they are rested.


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The Greatest Coach of All-TIme


Its impossible not to like him . What an expertise & what a passion . Its rare and precious


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