All The Links You Need For Men’s 2014 NCAA Championships

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For more analysis that you can possibly process in one day, check out our official SwimSwam Event Channel for the 2014 Men’s NCAA Championships, presented by FINIS. 

The Texas Longhorns are hosting… For more information on tickets, hotels, directions, etc., go to their NCAA Championship Central page. 


Swimming prelims begin at 11AM Central/12PM Eastern Time each day
Swimming finals begin at 7PM Central/8PM Eastern Time each day
Diving prelims are done in the afternoon, after the completion of the swimming preliminary rounds
Diving finals are done before each session-ending relay, with the 1-meter Thursday, the 3-meter Friday, and the platform Saturday

More time zones, from west to east (Prelims start time/finals start time):
Hawaiian: 6AM/2PM
Pacific: 9AM/5PM
Mountain: 10AM/6PM
London: 4PM/midnight
Paris: 6PM/2AM
Beijing: Midnight/8AM

Live Results

Live Swimming Results should here once the meet starts.

If you are using Meet Mobile, the event is titled “2014 NCAA Men’s Division 1 Championship”.

Live Stream will have a live stream of every session except for friday and saturday nights. The NCAA announced that will be streaming the final sessions on Friday and Saturday. Additionally, ESPNU will air a 90-minute show at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 9.

We will post the official links from when they are released.

Day 1 prelims live stream: here.

Day 1 Finals live stream: here.

Day 2 prelims live stream: here.

Day 2 finals stream: here.

Day 3 prelims stream: here.

Day 3 – early 1650 heats stream: here.

Day 3 – finals live stream: here.

Any other questions? Feel free to ask! Either us, or a member of our incredibly knowledgeable community, would be more-than-happy to shed some light on any subject for you.

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Derek Wallace

Thanks for posting all the info but why oh why oh why do they always use ESPN3 as it is not available outside of the states. With so many international swimmers why can they not use a site that we can access, even for a small fee!


Derek – I am in the same situation. For the women’s meet, I signed up for a VPN service for around $4 for the month. I then connected through their US network/server and used my folks cable login/password. I am sure you could ask a friend or family member to use their login info. Goodluck!

bobo gigi

I’m in France and I can watch basketball and track and field on ESPN player. I have a monthly subscription each year at this period. There are almost all college sports. But there isn’t swimming! Shameful! 😡



David Berkoff


When swimmers in college unionize they can negotiate with the NCAA to require ESPN to put it on primetime! 🙂



They can negotiate for that after they get themselves million dollar salaries.

Derek Wallace

But is it much to ask for them to use a streaming site where non US residents would be more than happy to pay a 3/4 day fee! Think of the money they would make!

bobo gigi

Again the same correction as last week for the women’s meet.
For Paris the prelims are at 5 PM and the finals at 1 AM.
We haven’t still made our time change. 🙂
It’s for next Sunday.

And for those who want to watch Michael Andrew just before the NCAAs, here’s the link for the NASA junior nationals in Clearwater. Finals at 6 PM EST.

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The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

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