Introducing: SwimSwam Meet Results Archive

Ever wondered “why is it so hard to find old meet results?”  Us too.  Broken links from redesigned collegiate websites and the use of live results pages have made records of major championships disappear at an alarmingly-fast rate.

So, for our readers (and our own sake here at SwimSwam), we decided to take on the task of gathering old meet results, digging deep across college websites, and reaching out to Conference Information Directors to get started.  In the spirit of the upcoming championship season, we’re beginning first with NCAA conference and DI Championship results.  Ever wonder who won the men’s 100 back at the 2003 Big Ten Championships (Todd Smolinski, as it turns out)?  Now you can find out in two clicks from anywhere on

Have any other old results you want to see?  See anything missing?  Have a trove of old meet results to share?  Comment below, or feel free to drop us an email on our contact page.

The SwimSwam Results Archive is now available directly from the navigation bar at the top of your page.  Go to the “SwimSwam Results Archive” link under “MORE” to find past meet results.

Link: SwimSwam Results Archive

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You’re the man, Morgan.


Will there be results for smaller conferences?

JP input is too short

You done good, SwimSwam, you done good.

About Morgan Priestley

Morgan Priestley

A Stanford University and Birmingham, Michigan native, Morgan Priestley started writing for SwimSwam in February 2013 on a whim, and is loving that his tendency to follow and over-analyze swim results can finally be put to good use. Morgan swam competitively for 15+ years, primarily excelling in the mid-distance freestyles. While …

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