Previews & Recaps
Texas senior Jack Conger closed out his NCAA career with his first individual title, a record-setting 200 fly.
Texas’ Clark Smith made his way to the wall ahead of Michigan’s Felix Auboeck, South Carolina’s Akaram Mahmoud, and Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky, as they became the 4 fastest 1650 freestylers in history.
Take a look at some of the key moments of the final day of the 2017 NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships.
The Texas Longhorns blasted the fastest 400 free relay ever to close out the 2017 NCAA swimming championships.
Wisconsin’s Matt Hutchins uncorked a 14:31 to lead the afternoon heats of the mile, while top-10 running teams Florida, NC State and Stanford each put swimmers into guaranteed scoring position.
As reported by Robert Gibbs: 1650 YARD FREESTYLE NCAA record: 14:24.08, Martin Grodzki, Georgia, 2012 American record: 14:23.52, Connor Jaeger, Club Wolverine,…
Battling injury since his first week on Stanford’s campus, Grant Shoults persevered to a very successful freshman campaign
Here what the stars, both athletes and coaches, had to say about a whirlwind week of college swimming in Indianapolis
Ryan Murphy got his eight-peat, but John Shebat made Cal fans sweat
The Texas Longhorns project to return the most individual points, but are likely to face a stiffer contest in their quest next year for a fourth-straight NCAA title.
Jack Conger made history breaking the NCAA Record in the men’s 200 butterfly. Let’s breakdown the race…
Texas’ Will Licon became the first 200 breaststroker in history to break the 1:48 barrier. Let’s breakdown his record breaking swim…
Both the Stanford women and the Texas men won their respective championships by dominating margins. In contrast, the places behind…