Texas sophomore David Johnston, who finished 7th at NCAAs last season in the mile, now ranks #2 in the country in that event.
SMU 5th year Caleb Rhodenbaugh took the men’s 200 breast in 1:53.13, breaking the AAC meet record in the process.
SMU 5th year Caleb Rhodenbaugh cracked the meet record in the men’s 100 breast, swimming a 52.42.
SMU has solidified their lead in the men’s standings following Thursday’s action at the 2022 AAC Championships.
Robby King will swim for the Mustangs while getting a graduate degree, bringing times that would score top-8 at AACs in the 200/500 free and 200 back.
Elijah Sohn has announced that he is transferring to Southern Methodist University after spending one season at Texas A&M.
Cole Bruns will join the Mustangs in the fall of 2021 with conference A-final ready times in freestyle and backstroke.
Brentwood Academy record-holder Samuel Tiblier has announced his decision to swim for the SMU Mustangs beginning in the fall of 2021.
Tyler Hulet’s 21.80 back leg helped The Woodlands nab the 200 medley relay Texas state record, while he followed up with a win in the 100 back.
TISCA Tennessee High School State runner-up Rob McCall will swim for Southern Methodist University beginning in 2021-2022 season.
Summer Juniors qualifier Rylan Stevenson of Lodi, California has verbally committed to SMU for 2021-22.
Eight-time Louisiana High School 4A State champion Pierce Thionville has sent his verbal commitment to swim for SMU’s class of 2025.
As Greg Rhodenbaugh picks up recruiting steam at SMU, Cotton Fields is the Mustang men’s best add in the class of 2021 so far.
Don’t worry about the future of American swimming. The pipeline is full of fast kids of all ages. Some of them are the fastest we’ve ever had, as evidenced by the NAGs they are setting.