Swimming Canada Releases Psych Sheets For Trials; Almost 200 Foreign Entries Made Of Mostly American College Swimmers
Swimming Canada released the psych sheet for the 2015 Canadian Swimming Trials which will be the selection meet for the Canadian World Championship team, Pan Am team, and World University Games team.
Last year Auburn claimed the title of the top team in the 4×100 freestyle relay, but with two seniors gone from their roster the race is a lot more competitive than ever before.
Alabama is a bit of a surprise as the #1 incoming seed, but put together four really solid legs on this relay. They’ll have to fight off defending champs Cal and a host of other schools to stay on top, though.
2015 NCAA MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS 100 Freestyle NCAA record: 40.76 — Vlad Morozov (USC) – 03/30/2013 American record: 41.08— Nathan Adrian…
Cordes hasn’t been close to his American and NCAA record time of 50.04 this season, sporting a time of 52.04 heading into the meet. All season, Cordes has been around a 52-flat. He won his third straight 100 breaststroke PAC 12 title earlier this month en route to a 52.18.
2015 M. NCAA Picks: 200 Medley Relay Up for Grabs, but Schooling Might Make the Difference for Texas
Joseph Schooling (above) split a 19.66 at Big 12s swimming butterfly on Texas’ A relay.
2015 Men’s Big Ten Championships: Bosch’s third title leads Wolverine men to 5th-straight conference championship
Dylan Bosch won his third individual event of the meet with a pool-record 200 fly performance to help Michigan win its 5th-straight Big Ten title.
Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky took right over where graduated NCAA champ Connor Jaeger left off in the Big Ten distance event. In fact, Wilimovsky wiped Jaeger’s name off a record board.
The Michigan men continue to soar in their quest for a fifth-straight Big Ten Conference title. On day 3, they expanded their lead to 81 after leading by 70 at the close of day 2.
Michigan’s Paul Powers is the top seed coming out of this morning’s 50 freestyle prelims – 19.21 for an NCAA automatic qualifying time for the freshman.
Dylan Bosch is just one of the Wolverines looking to snag a top seed from this morning’s prelims; he is racing in today’s 200 IM event.
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA record holder and defending champion in the 200 fly, will lead Michigan on another attempt at a B1G title
Bruno Ortiz split sub-19 to anchor the Michigan men’s 200 free relay to a new Pool Record in the first session of the 2015 Michigan First Chance meet.
Dylan Bosch broke an 18-year-old pool record set by Olympic great Tom Malchow.
890 people crowded into the Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday to watch the Wolverines take on the…