SEC 100 free champion Matt King announced his decision to swim for the University of Virginia beginning in the fall. He will be transferring from Alabama.
Liam Bell will swim for Cal beginning in the 2021-2022 season. He is one of six Alabama male swimmers who entered the NCAA transfer portal last season.
Stogner was a 2021 SEC A-finalist in the 100 butterfly, and he swam on all four of Alabama’s scoring relays at the 2021 NCAA Championships.
Catch top seeds UGA’s Jake Magahey (500 FR), Cal’s Destin Lasco (200 IM), Cal’s Ryan Hoffer (50 FR), and the 200 free and 400 medley relays on night two.
On paper, it’ll be Cal and Texas dueling it out in the 400 free relay while simultaneously aiming to wrap up a team title.
The Wolverines put on a show in the 200 medley relay at the Big Ten Champs, breaking the meet record and swimming the fastest time in the NCAA this season.
Alabama freshman Matt King won the 100 freestyle and then led the Crimson Tide to a third straight win in the 400 free relay on the final night of SECs.
Bobby Finke will aim for a third straight title in the 1650 freestyle on the final night of SECs after smashing the American and NCAA Record last season.
Georgia senior Camden Murphy comes in as the top seed in the 100 fly on Day 3 of the SEC Championships, seeking his first conference title in the event.
Georgia Tech’s Caio Pumputis (above) won a pair of headline breaststroke duels against Alabama’s Derek Maas, but Alabama took the team win in a squeaker.
Sprint specialist and Indiana state champion Braden Rollins was an honorable mention in SwimSwam’s top 20 recruits in the class of 2021.
Hawaii’s Olli Kokko swam a lifetime best 51.71 from the B final. He should be safely qualified for NCAAs, as he’s now the 9th fastest man in the NCAA.
Florida’s Bobby Finke, the 500 free and 400 IM bronze medalist, set the SEC Record in the mile last season and narrowly missed the NCAA Record.
Alec Dixon of Humble High School and Houston Bridge Bats has committed to swim for the University of Alabama in the class of 2022.
Nico Hernandez-Tome of Riverview High School and Sararsota YMCA Sharks has announced his intention to swim for the University of Alabama next fall.