The Buckeye’s led the NCAA in that regard, getting more swimmers under 20 seconds than any other NCAA program last season.
The headliner of the weekend is the Michigan Triangular, featuring a total of five ranked programs: #7/#4 Michigan, #3/#11 Virginia and #6 Tennessee.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.
Paul DeLakis and Ohio State moved into the top 10, but could be a legit top 5 program – if they can figure out a way to repeat their Big Ten times at NCAAs.
The NC State Wolfpack are on the prowl for their third 400 free relay title in the last four years.
Texas senior Townley Haas is on a quest to make history this week in Austin by becoming the first man ever to win four NCAA Division I 200 free titles.
NC State senior Andreas Vazaios is the fastest returner in the men’s 200 IM field – the only competitor with a lifetime best under 1:40.
On the final day of the men’s B1G championships, the IU Hoosiers are looking to seal their 3rd-consecutive B1G title, with the Michigan Wolverines closely behind.
Today we’ll get to see NCAA record holder Ian Finnerty swim his best event, the 100 breast, where he holds the meet record in 50.72.
Gus Borges’ father won the Big Ten title in the 50 free for Michigan in 1993. 26-years later, he’ll try to do the same.
Felix Auboeck led five Michigan Wolverines into tonight’s A-final in the 500 freestyle
Michigan’s Gus Borges is the top seed in the 50 free and split 18.40 as a relay anchor for Michigan on Wednesday evening.
On the heels of the Indiana women’s first B1G title since 2011, it’s time for the men’s conference champs.
Zach Apple is a huge presence for the Hoosiers, who have a slight edge in what will be a great battle with Michigan for the 2019 B1G crown.