How To Watch the Top-25 NCAA Division I Teams: 11/30-12/4

College swimming returns this weekend with a mix of midseason invites and dual meets. Many of SwimSwam’s Top-25 teams competed in their midseason meets two weeks ago, but we still have yet to see some of the top teams suit up. We have compiled how to watch and keep up with all the action as it unfolds this weekend.

The highlight of the schedule this week is the Minnesota Invite. Hosted by Minnesota, the meet features two of the top men’s teams in the country with Cal and Texas. Additionally, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Harvard will be in attendance.

The honorable mention Princeton men’s team will be racing at their own “Big Al” invite, which will host mid-major teams like the Columbia men and Denver.

For dual meets, Indiana will return to racing as they host Cincinnati, while Duke will travel to Charlotte to take on Queens.

Many of the top-25 teams are sending athletes to the US Open in Greensboro to compete LCM. The information for that meet can be found here.

Below is a list of livestream links (if available) and how to find live results to keep up with the top-25 teams who are competing this weekend. If we missed any, please provide a link in the comments below. 

A full list of Division I meets going on this weekend can be found here.

Rankings are listed men/women.

Minnesota Invite

  • Wednesday, November 30 – Saturday, December 3 (10am & 6pm CT)
  • Teams: HM/#23 Arizona, #1/#10 Cal, –/#13 Wisconsin, #3/#3 Texas, #18/HM Minnesota, #19/– Harvard, Pitt, UNLV
  • Watch ($)
  • Live Results

Princeton “Big Al” Invite

  • Friday, December 2 – Sunday, December 4 (10am & 6pm ET)
  • Teams: HM/– Princeton, Utah, Columbia (men only), CSU Bakersfield, Denver, George Washington
  • Watch
  • Live Results

#6/#9 Indiana vs. Cincinnati

–/#19 Duke vs. Queens

  • December 3, 11am (ET)
  • Men and women
  • Live Results

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Former Big10
2 months ago

Duke vs Queens should be a pretty good meet.