In the women’s 200m freestyle American Allison Schmitt looks like a definite lock for gold. She’s been under the Pan Am Games record multiple times this year and has the experience to be much faster than any one else in the field.
Katie McLaughlin secured a big win over a tough field in the women’s 200m freestyle final, sporting a 1:57.55 at the touch to give her the win by over a second and a half.
Each representing one of California’s powerhouse college/pro swimming hubs, Vlad Morozov, Maya DiRado and Ryan Murphy each came down with a win on the second day of the Irvine Novaquatics Speedo Grand Challenge.
Quintero crushes the spirit of everyone around us
Cal’s Ryan Murphy took down Ryan Lochte’s American record in the 200 backstroke to highlight a dramatic conclusion to the men’s NCAA Championships.
With tonight’s 3rd-place 200 back finish, David Nolan has never finished outside the top 4 in an individual event at the NCAA Championships.
With the 200 fly hype all about Texas’s duo of Jack Conger and Joe Schooling, defending champ Dylan Bosch of Michigan came out swinging in prelims, qualifying first in the event on a big morning for the Wolverines.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 2 Finals: Cordes 4-peats 100 breast, Licon knocks off Kalisz in 400 IM
Arizona’s Kevin Cordes finished his college career undefeated at the NCAA Championships in the 100 breast, winning his fourth consecutive title on night 2.
Joseph Schooling drops a 44.51 in 100 yard fly at Men’s NCAA Champs. That’s the second-fastest time in history, breaking a Texas school record held by legendary Olympian Ian Crocker.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Thursday, March 26 – Saturday, March 28 University of Iowa, Iowa City Prelims 11AM/Finals 7PM (Central…
Cal broke an American record to open the prelims session, but Texas is powering away with the team title, courtesy of Jack Conger and the team’s absurdly loaded butterfly group.
2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 1 Finals: Nolan crushes 200 IM, Texas sweeps relays with US Open record medley
Stanford’s David Nolan obliterated the American record in the 200 IM, highlighting an explosive opening day of the men’s NCAA Championships.
For the second time in a week, a Pac-12 athlete has broken the hallowed 1:40 barrier in an event some though was impossible. Then: Missy Franklin in the 200 free. Now: David Nolan in the 200 IM.
Texas sophomore Will Licon blasted to the top seed in the 200 IM, part of a big morning for the Texas Longhorns.
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.