Ryan Murphy has long been the backstroking standard in the U.S., but he’ll need to be at his best to fend off the talented crop behind him.
A full recap of the results, records and top point scorers from the 2022 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships.
The city of Mason, Ohio opened its new aquatic center this week, which is home to the Mason Manta Rays and features a new 50-meter pool.
After two great NCAA Championships, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite moments that came out of both the men’s and women’s meets.
Bjorn Seeliger, runner-up in the 100 free, led off Cal’s 400 free relay in 40.92, the only sub-41 flat-start time in the field.
Tennessee’s Jordan Crooks broke his own freshman record in the 100 free this morning, posting a 41.16 to qualify second heading into finals.
Tennessee freshman Jordan Crooks had the fastest anchor freestyle of the night with 40.52 at the end of the Vols’ relay.
Minnesota’s Max McHugh has a great shot at Ian Finnerty’s all-time record in the 100 breast tonight at the Men’s NCAA Championships.
Not long after his 100 fly prelim, Indiana’s Brendan Burns took the top seed heading into the finals with a 44.36, right on his seed time
The Florida Gators are perhaps better known for their distance chops, but they’ve won both of the shortest relays on back-to-back days at NCAAs.
Bjorn Seeliger led off the Cal 200 free relay in 18.27, the fastest 50 free in the meet (including the individual event).
Champions were crowned in the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 200 free relay on day two of the 2022 Men’s D1 Swimming And Diving Championships.
Destin Lasco and Leon Marchand will battle head-to-head in tonight’s 200 IM after swimming two of the four-fastest times ever in this morning’s prelims.
Texas senior Drew Kibler led off the record-breaking 800 free relay in 1:30.54, which was the fastest first leg of the night.
On night one of men’s NCAAs, both the NCAA records in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay were broken by Florida and Texas respectivley.