NCAA Division I meets to watch for 1/7-1/11

by Ian Murphy 5

January 06th, 2015 Big 12, College, Previews & Recaps, SEC

The NCAA season returns in full this weekend with several meets to watch.

The Texas Longhorns will swim two of the best meets. First, the Longhorns will take on Auburn in Auburn on Thursday in a matchup of traditional powerhouse programs. The Longhorn men are currently number one in the CSCAA poll, while Auburn is 10th. The Texas women are ranked sixth, and the Auburn women are ranked 12th.

Texas will then head to Athens on Saturday for Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle’s first home meet back from suspension. It should be a great meet on the men’s side, pitting Georgia’s strong distance group against a Texas team that is solid all the way through the line up. The women’s meet should be a good one as well, with defending champion Georgia always fast and the Texas lineup looking to pull off a big upset.

Florida State and Louisville will square off on Friday and Saturday in an ACC meet that should provide a good benchmark for both teams at this point in the season.

Two more meets, that are a little bit under the radar, will be held in College Station, Texas, where the Texas A&M men will take on Missouri State and Tennessee, and the women will host SMU and Tennessee. Then, Texas A&M will host a dual meet with an Alabama team that is quietly improving year after year.

Below we’ve listed all the NCAA Division I meets we could find. There’s a lot teams so we’re sure we’ve missed a few. Leave them in the comments and we’ll add them to our list. 

Dual Meets

Boise State vs. San Diego State vs. North Texas 1/6/2015
UNLV/ Fresno State @ CSU Bakersfield 1/6/2015
Yale @ Cornell 1/7/2015
Minnesota @ Hawaii 1/7/2015
Northern Colorado @ Northern Arizona 1/7/2015
Michigan State @ Purdue (relays) 1/8/2015
Texas @ Auburn 1/8/2015
Boise State @ Denver 1/8/2015
Bryant @ Saint Francis Brooklyn 1/8/2015
TCU, FAU, CCSU @ FIU 1/8/2015
Missouri State (men)/ Tennessee (men) @ Texas A&M 1/8/2015
SMU (women)/ Tennessee (women) @ Texas A&M 1/8/2015
NC State @ Princeton 1/9/2015
Florida State @ Louisville 1/9/2015
Boston College @ Tampa 1/9/2015
Notre Dame/ Northwestern @ Michigan 1/9/2015
Xavier/ Ball State @ IUPUI 1/9/2015
Toledo Vs. New Hampshire 1/9/2015
Ohio @ Denison 1/9/2015
Michigan State @ Purdue (diving and exhibition swims) 1/9/2015
Utah @ Arizona State 1/9/2015
Boston Bollege @ Tampa 1/9/2015
George Washington/ Rhode Island @ UMass 1/9/2015
North Dakota/ Northern Colorado @ Grand Canyon 1/9/2015
Army @ Lehigh 1/9/2015
Manhattan vs. Colorado College 1/9/2015
Rice/ Nevada @ San Diego State 1/9/2015
William Jewell and Bellarmie @ SLU 1/9/2015
William Jewell and Bellarmie @ SLU 1/9/2015
Pacific Lutheran/ Whitworth @ Seattle 1/9/2015
Alabama @ Texas A&M 1/9/2015
Kentucky @ Vanderbilt 1/9/2015
Yale/Penn @ Dartmouth 1/10/2015
Harvard @ Duke 1/10/2015
Florida State @ Louisville 1/10/2015
UNC @ Navy 1/10/2015
NC State @ Villanova 1/10/2015
West Virginia @ Pitt 1/10/2015
Green Bay @ UIC 1/10/2015
Rose Hulman @ Valparaiso 1/10/2015
Miami (Oh) @ Cincinatti 1/10/2015
Niagra @ Buffalo 1/10/2015
Nebraska @ FGCU 1/10/2015
Michigan State @ Purdue (swimming) 1/10/2015
Wisconsin @ USC 1/10/2015
Rutgers/ Tulane @ Miami (Fl) 1/10/2015
BYU @ Arizona State 1/10/2015
CSU Bakersfield/ UC San Diego @ Loyola Marymount 1/10/2015
Capmbell @ UNC Willmington 1/10/2015
Cansius @ Gannon 1/10/2015
William and Mary @ Davidson 1/10/2015
Northeastern/ Delaware @ Drexel 1/10/2015
Georgia Southern @ Gardner-Webb 1/10/2015
George Washington/ Rhode Island @ UMass 1/10/2015
North Dakoa @ Grand Canyon 1/10/2015
Tennessee @ LSU 1/10/2015
Southern Connecticut St. @ Marist 1/10/2015
Pacific Lutheran/ Whitworth @ Seattle 1/10/2015
Pacific @ Stanford 1/10/2015
McDaniel @ Towson 1/10/2015
Niagra @ Buffalo 1/10/2015
Army @ Bucknell 1/10/2015
Arkansas @ Vanderbilt 1/10/2015
Kansas/ San Diego @ UCLA 1/10/2015
Texas @ Georgia 1/10/2015
Kentucky @ Virginia Tech 1/10/2015
North Florida/ UNC Ashville @ North Carolina A&T 1/10/2015
Southwestern University @ Incarnate Word 1/10/2015
Merchant Marine @ Villanova 1/11/2015
Bucknell @ Binghamton 1/11/2015


Rhode Island Invitational 1/9/2015
FIU relays 1/10/2015
Aggie Open (UC Davis Aggies) 1/10/2015



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Georgia isn’t a good Dual meet roster they better watch out for the Texas women who are have a better one
Uga team is better suited for championship points

Varsity Swimmer

Baurle is back! Will be interesting to see how the Bulldogs respond!


Weirdo…your comments are as puzzling as your name. Where do you get the UGA team is not a good dual meet team? Pretty sure their dual meet and SEC/NCAA record speaks for itself.

Perhaps you meant to say it will be a tough meet with Carol coming back to UGA against many kids she recruited. She is a great coach and her women’s team will be prepared and very strong . I agree with you UGA’s depth fits better in championship meet format. Both teams are training hard and expect a tough battle to maintain the UGA record home meet win streak.

GO DAWGS!! Woof Woof Woof

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