Bama’s Zane Waddell defended his title in the 100 back, setting a new SEC Record as he became the 5th fastest performer in history.
Prelims of the event set up an exciting match up for tonight’s finals, as multiple swimmers have the potential to break these records.
Caeleb Dressel and the Florida Gators come in as the top seed in the 200 medley relay.
Anton McKee earned CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year honors for the second straight year.
Simone Manuel was among the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District Honorees.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin was one of a trio of swimmers to win the Most Outstanding Swimmer Award at the Crimson Tide’s annual banquet.
Five years ago, we ranked Jack Conger as the #1 recruit in his class. He won 9 NCAA event titles and helped Texas win the big show three times. How did the rest of his class stack up over four years in the NCAA?
Chase Kalisz and the Georgia Bulldogs hold three of the top four 400 IM seeds heading into tonight’s final, with Kalisz looking to challenge his own American record and reclaim the NCAA throne.
Caeleb Dressel dipped under 18 seconds yet again in the 200 medley relay final, splitting 17.93, while Ryan Held came up with his lifetime-best split at 18.13.
Texas and Alabama broke the 1:22 barrier en route to the fastest two 200 medley relays ever tonight at the 2017 NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy successfully completed the 4-peat, winning the 100 back with the 3rd fastest performance of all time in 43.99
Defending champ Townley Haas of Texas takes on a 200 free field that includes 500 free champ Clark Smith and freshman sensations Dean Farris and Cameron Craig.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin popped off the 11th fastest performance ever in the 100 back this morning at the 2017 Men’s NCAA Championships.
USC’s Santo Condorelli scratched out of the individual 100 fly as the #28 seed for Friday’s prelims.
Here’s our predictions for the top 25 teams at this week’s event.