A full recap of the results, records and top point scorers from the 2022 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde was one of just a handful of 5th year swimmers who scored more points at this year’s NCAA Championship meet than last year’s.
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.
Projected to outscore Texas by 21.5 points tonight, the Cal Golden Bears are now within striking distance of the team lead by night’s end at NCAAs.
Texas’ Eddie Reese has opted to scratch Alvin Jiang from the 100 back B final tonight, likely saving him to be fresh for the 400 medley relay.
Florida beat Texas on relay exchanges by almost double the margin that they did overall en route to their NCAA record-breaking 200 medley relay.
That didn’t take long. Florida and Texas swam under the old US Open Record, while Cal and NC State tied in the penultimate heat, for four sub-1:22 swims.
The Texas Longhorns will be swimming for their second-straight title in the 400 medley relay, but on a new night in the schedule.
As the Division I Men’s NCAA Championship approaches we are on record watch! Join us as we dissect the most and least likely records to fall this weekend.
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Cal sophomore Destin Lasco leads a tight field of contenders in the 100 back after Shaine Casas turning pro has made this a wide open race.
Stanford’s Andrei Minakov comes into NCAAs as the fourth fastest man of all time in the 100 fly and the only swimmer in the field under 44 seconds.
After finishing 4th in the 100 fly at ACCs, Nyls Korstanje improved upon his NCAA ranking and his personal best time at the Tar Heel Last Chance meet.