Michael Andrew is co-owner of the New York Breakers, and so we assume that he will swim there, but very little else is known so far of the American rosters for the 2019 ISL season.
Our recruiting class ranks for the current crop of graduating seniors, all the way back in 2015: #1 Texas, #2 Cal, #3 USC. How did those classes (and the rest of our top 12) turn out after four years? And what would a revised top 12 list look like? We have the answers – and the data – here.
Just how close did #1 Andrew Seliskar and #2 Townley Haas end up over their careers? And you might be shocked to know just how many developmental sprint talents flourished from outside our top 20 ranks in the boy’s high school class of 2015.
The highlight might be the 200 breast, where 200 IM/200 free champ Andrew Seliskar goes up against 100 breast champ (and defending 200 breast champ) Ian Finnerty of Indiana.
Harvard’s Dean Farris is now the third-fastest perfomer in the 100 free all-time.
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar has always been a versatile force to be reckoned with, but until 2 days ago, he had never won an individual NCAA title.
Dean Farris posted a time of 41.00 in the 100 free prelims to become the fifth fastest performer in history.
Cal had a huge morning, with top qualifying spots in 3 of 5 swimming events. That includes Andrew Seliskar, searching for his first-ever individual NCAA title after becoming the fifth man ever under 1:40 in the 200 IM this morning.
The Cal bears look to bounce back from their 3rd place finish in the 800 free relay, with Andrew Seliskar and Ryan Hoffer leading the charge with top seeds.
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.
Bowe Becker swept the sprint freestyle races, including a 43.07 relay lead-off to close out the meet.
Vissering also went 52.29, just ahead of Minnesota freshman Max McHugh’s 52.62, in an incredibly fast 100 breaststroke race today.
Tevyn Waddell was instrumental in Minnesota’s victory over Hawaii on the women’s side.
Minnesota’s Bowe Becker, Northwestern’s Ryan Gridley and Penn State’s Hector Garcia Boissier earned the Big Ten’s weekly swimming and diving awards.