NCAA Releases Pre-Cut Men’s Division I NCAA Championship Psych Sheet

The NCAA has released the pre-cut psych sheets for the Men’s Division I Championship, being held March 26-28, 2015 at the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center in Iowa City, Iowa.

See pre-cut psych sheet here

This is the preliminary list of entrants, submitted by college coaches for consideration for entry into the meet, which is not the same as the invited list.

Stay tuned as we further analyze the psych sheet, each individual event, and the implications for the team race in the men’s Division I meet, over the next couple of days.

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Conger in the 1 fly / 1 back / 2 fly. Probably the smart play.

50 free is interesting. They’ve got a three way tie for 29. Clifton and Carter are in otherwise, but Gimondi is not. On CollegeSwimming he’s listed 33rd behind Conger and Molacek, who aren’t swimming it, Alan Winder who didn’t actually swim 19.4, and Corey Main’s SEC time trial 200 free relay leadoff time, but Main is entered here with a 19.5. If the cut line is at 30, I guess Cal has their 16th man in.

Gimondi is in for the 50 (invite 230)

TEX 17
CAL 16
USC 13
UGA 13
NCS 10
IU 7

Also no Connor McDonald.

Actually it seems he’s likely to be the first out. We’ll see if that’s correct and if Texas drops a swimmer.

Or is that a mistake since he’s listed as row 30. So many questions.

Didn’t know where the appropriate place to ask this question was, but do different college teams wear different swim suits? Where can I find more info on this?

Do people know what Cal, Texas, Michigan, etc. are wearing? Someone mentioned that Texas wears a Japanese brand but I forget the specifics.


The best place to find out is to go to a meet and look. Otherwise, if you know someone on the team, ask them. I will try my best while at NCAAs to talk to some swimmers and see what they are wearing. I’ve always liked the Arena suits the best.

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