NCAA Division I Meets To Watch For 12/3-12/7

by Ian Murphy 6

December 02nd, 2014 ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, College

AT&T Winter Nationals and the Short Course World Championships are not the only big swim meets this week. Thanksgiving break is over, which means another weekend of midseason invites for college teams, and there are several to keep an eye on.

The biggest meet of the weekend for NCAA teams is AT&T Winter Nationals, where many college teams and athletes will participate.

Texas hosts the annual Texas Invite this weekend, and even though they have not seen official competition since the quad meet with Michigan, Indiana, and Louisville, the Texas men were blistering at the Eddie Reese Invite and will look to be just as fast, albeit in more traditional events, this weekend. USC, Arizona, BYU, Wisconsin, Utah, Wyoming, Harvard, Incarnate Word, The Hawai’i men, UC Davis women, and Notre Dame women will all make the trip to Austin for the invite. The finals will be broadcast on the Longhorn Network with ESPN’s Sam Gore doing play-by-play and Olympian and Texas swimming alum Josh Davis providing analysis. Live stats are available here.

Auburn, Georgia, Cal, UCLA, and Virginia, Florida State, and Virginia Tech headline what will be an equally-good meet to watch this weekend, the Georgia Fall Invitational. Both the Cal men and women will be in attendance, making this a must watch meet, and the addition of Auburn and Virginia will only add to the fun.

Another invite to watch will be the Hawkeye Invite. All roads lead to Iowa City for the Division I men this year, and this invite will showcase the pool hosting both the men’s Big Ten Championships and NCAA Division I Men’s Championships. In addition to Iowa, the Notre Dame men, Washington State, Denver, Milwaukee, and Nebraska will all be in attendance. Live results are available here, and the meet will stream online here.

Below, we’ve picked out all the NCAA Division I meets we could find. There’s a lot of teams, so were sure we’ve missed a few. Leave them in the comments and we’ll add them to our list. If you know of any video or streams, leave those in the comments as well.


Texas Invitational 12/4/2014
Miami Invitational 12/4/2014
Total Performance Invitational (Kenyon) 12/4/2014
Hoosierland Invitational 12/5/2014
Hawkeye Invite 12/5/2014
Jean Freeman Invite (Minnesota) 12/5/2014
Georgia Invitational 12/5/2014
Zippy Invitational 12/5/2014
Eastern Michigan Invitational 12/5/2014
Brown Invite 12/5/2014
H2ounds invitational 12/5/2014
Husky Invite 12/5/2014
Omaha Invite 12/5/2014
ECAC Winter Championships 12/5/2014
Rochester Invite 12/5/2014
Ithaca College Invite 12/5/2014
Colorado Mesa Invite 12/5/2014

Dual Meets:

Manhattan @ Fordham 12/3/2014
Boston U, Rutgers @ Yale 12/6/2014
Colgate @ Bucknell 12/6/2014
Boston College @ Williams College 12/6/2014
Kansas Jayhawk open 12/6/2014
Arizona State @ UNLV 12/6/2014
Rhode Island @ Bryant 12/6/2014
Sacred Heart @ LIU Post 12/6/2014
Maine @ Bates 12/6/2014
Rice @ Texas A&M 12/6/2014
Howard @ Georgetown 12/6/2014


Greenbay Intrasquad Relays 12/6/2014

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Grand Canyon University will be sending 22 swimmers to the AT&T Winter Nationals. GCU is in their second year of transitioning to Div 1. Good luck & Lopes Up!!!!


they must have gotten REAL fast, I swam against them about 6-7 years ago and beat them in the 100 fly. kudos to them.


MIT Invite too!

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So excited for Joe Schooling, I predict he’ll be 45 low and 1:43 in the 100/200 fly. Also, the Texas invite will be the test to see where the Longhorn breaststrokers are.

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