The Longhorn men swept the awards for a seventh consecutive year, while the women accomplished the feat for the fifth straight year.
Nearly 60% of voters believe the Texas Longhorns can repeat as men’s NCAA swimming & diving champions, even with a coaching change.
In a narrow 48.9%-to-40.4% decision, SwimSwam voters said they liked the 2021 format better than the typical prelims/finals format.
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With a couple days to reflect, here’s what stood out to us at the 2021 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships last week.
Coach of the Month, Coach of the Year, Coach of the Decade. Even those don’t go far enough back for retiring Texas coaching legend Eddie Reese.
The University of Texas won three of the four awards given out by the CSCAA for the 2021 Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving season.
With longtime Texas head coach Eddie Reese announcing his retirement, here’s a speculative list of candidates for a team with 15 NCAA titles.
Taking a look back at legendary Texas head coach Eddie Reese’s career, he was know just as month for making jokes as he was for winning NCAA titles
After winning his NCAA-record 15th team points title, University of Texas swim coaching legend Eddie Reese is retiring. That marks the end of a 43-year stint.
Re-watch the 1650 FR, 200 BK, 100 FR, 200 BR, 200 BK, and 400 FR-R from the final night of the 2021 Men’s NCAAs, featuring this year’s team champion Texas.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas (200 BK) and Cal’s Ryan Hoffer (100 FR) will aim for a perfect 3-for-3 title sweep tonight in their respective events.
Eddie Reese won his 15th NCAA title with all 20 members of the Texas roster scoring at the 2021 Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Texas men will leave at least 8, and possibly as many as 10, NCAA qualifying swimmers home this season. Fans wonder if this will hurt them in recruiting, but coaches say no.
Yesterday, Texas men’s head swimming coach Eddie Reese provided the swimming community with an awesome, but definitely unexpected, surprise.