Courtney Harnish swept the 200, 500 and 1000 freestyle events for the second straight dual meet as the Georgia Bulldogs swept South Carolina at home.
Nearly half of voters picked a retooled Florida team to top USC and Georgia at this winter’s men’s NCAA Championships.
The UGA men snag another in-state, middle-distance backstroker in North Oconee High School’s Charlie Logan – who swam for Georgia senior assistant
Townley Haas and the Texas Longhorns are the returning #1s… right? Our first-place votes are surprisingly split in our preseason NCAA men’s Power Rankings.
Georgia took a bit hit with the loss of Gunnar Bentz and Jay Litherland, but a solid returning core plus one of the most intriguing prospects in the freshman class should keep the Bulldogs in the hunt for a top ten finish come NCAAs.
Michael Andrew qualified for the 2018-2019 US National Team in all 4 strokes.
Michael Andrew will try for his 4th win of the week in the 50 free tonight.
The 100 back includes World Record holder and Olympic champion Ryan Murphy, 100 back Olympic champ Matt Grevers, Worlds 50 backstroker Justin Ress, Olympic backstroker Jacob Pebley, and Harvard standout Dean Farris in his first ever long course nationals final.
Defending national champion Zane Grothe leads 5 qualifiers with sub-3:50s in the final of the men’s 400 free.
Regan Smith and Olympic medalist Kathleen Baker will go up against a stacked 100 back field after tying for the 200 back win.
Ryan Murphy will go for the backstroke sweep on day 4 of the 2018 Phillips 66 Nationals Championships.
Is the United States ready to compete for international medals again in the men’s 1500 freestyle?
Grothe, the fastest man in the nation this year and the only American to break 3:50 in-season, looks poised for a big swim after shattering the American Records in the 500 free and 1650 free at Winter Nationals this season.
Zane Grothe has the hot hand in the men’s 800 free heading into U.S. Nationals. Will anybody challenge him?
It’s time to look back at our top boys recruits heading into the NCAA next fall, revisiting a tough call at #1 between last year’s top prospect Reece Whitley (pictured) and Drew Kibler.