Previews & Recaps
A full recap of the results, records and top point scorers from the 2022 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships.
Winning the 2022 NCAA Division I men’s title with 487.5 points, the Cal Golden Bears beat their seeding by 129 points over the four-day meet.
Bjorn Seeliger, runner-up in the 100 free, led off Cal’s 400 free relay in 40.92, the only sub-41 flat-start time in the field.
Watch Bobby Finke defend his NCAA title in the 1650, and Leon Marchand & Brendan Burns upset reigning champions in the 200 breast and 200 fly, respectively.
The Cal Golden Bear men reclaimed the team title from the Texas Longhorns, earning their fifth championship under head coach Dave Durden.
The 19-year old had quite the weekend, amassing 57 individual points for the Sun Devils in his NCAA debut which included breaking an NCAA record
Texas sophomore Carson Foster went out fast and flipped first at the 100, but Lasco charged past him on the back half to take the win.
The California Bears have reclaimed the NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship from their arch-rivals, the Texas Longhorns, 487.5 to 436.5
Urlando, Albiero and Julian all closed on him under the flags but Burns ultimately held on for the win in the men’s 200 fly
Arizona State’s Leon Marchand won his second individual title of the meet, taking home the title in 1:48.20, the second fastest performance of all time.
Brooks Curry singlehandedly doubles LSU’s NCAA event titles and brings the program up to 36th place in the all-time rankings.
In 1991, new NCAA rules went into effect, which caused some to worry that the U.S was about to get left behind on the international scene.
The Cal Golden Bears won their 5th NCAA title under Dave Durden this past weekend, but how does the rest of the standings shake out from a conference view?
Awards were announced for the men’s and women’s swimmer, coach, diver, and diving coach of the year for the 2021-22 season by the CSCAA.
Dean Farris and the Harvard men greatly exceeded expectations last week at the Men’s NCAA Championships.