The meet won’t happen due to the NCAA’s cancellation, but a solid majority of SwimSwam voters expected Texas to win the men’s NCAA title.
“This growth will carry over to the next championship meet. Their quench for success will be even greater. The drive to bounce back will be stronger.”
Though you may not see the improvements you’ve made show up on a scoreboard in numeric form, the growth in who you are and how you swim is still there.
Just over half of voters are picking Stanford to repeat as NCAA champs on the women’s side, compared to just under 25% for Virginia.
Whether you believe the coronavirus will be a pandemic, or you believe it will pass with the coming of spring, one thing is clear: the Olympic impact…
We’ve spent the past few weeks using our periodic SwimSwam polls to let readers weigh in on the coming conference swimming & diving championships.
88% are picking the Cal men to win their third-straight Pac-12 title – that’s one of the most overpowering results of our conference champs poll series.
Collegiate track and field used to compete in yards and have successfully transitioned to meters. We can too. If not now, then when?
More than two-thirds of voters are picking Stanford to win the women’s Pac-12 title for the fourth-straight year, compared to about 27% for Cal.
American records by Robert Finke (1650 free) and Kieran Smith (500 free) were earth-shattering – but were they as historic as Caeleb Dressel’s 50/100 frees?
Finke’s swim feels approachable in a way that other races do not. And that’s what made it one of the most beautiful races I’ve seen in a long time.
After a whopping 72% picked the Michigan women to win Big Tens, another majority (55.2%) of voters picked the Wolverine men to win their conference meet.
We compile predictions for week 1 of conference swimming action: voter picks from our polls, Swimulator projections, and our official SwimSwam picks.
It’s a blowout in our men’s ACC Champions poll: 77.3% of voters picked the NC State Wolfpack to win a sixth consecutive conference title.
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