As in previous years, SwimSwam’s Power Rankings are somewhere between the CSCAA-style dual meet rankings and a pure prediction of NCAA finish order….
Megan Kingsley made a return to the pool on day 3 of Athens Sectionals.
Jack Conger and Townley Haas are looking for individual spots in the 200 free this week in Indianapolis.
There was a lot of talk this last week about how fast the NCAA D1 men’s championships were. Times that…
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.
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.
USC’s Santo Condorelli scratched out of the individual 100 fly as the #28 seed for Friday’s prelims.
Harvard freshman Dean Farris, after having a sensational Ivy League Championships, has once again got the ball rolling at this weeks NCAA’s
NC State will look to build off their momentum from last night’s fantastic relay performance.
Watch NC State swim a 6:06.53 800 free relay, the swiftest time ever.
In just two years since the NCAA moved the 800 free relay to a stand-alone Wednesday night event, we’ve seen eight different relays surpass what was previously the fastest time in history.
Texas will look to defend their title in tonight’s race, with 3 of Team USA’s Olympic gold medalists in the 800 free relay stepping up to the plate for the Longhorns: Townley Haas, Jack Conger, and Clark Smith.
The 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving championships kicks off tonight with three heats of the 800 free relay.
Here’s our predictions for the top 25 teams at this week’s event.
Cameron Craig is the #2 seed this year for the 200 free, an event which is currently dominated by the youth ranks in the NCAA.