NC State will look to build off their momentum from last night’s fantastic relay performance.
This morning, South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth, teammate Akaram Mahmoud, and Michigan’s Felix Auboeck all broke 4:10, but tonight they’ll be challenged by Townley Haas and Clark Smith, who have also been sub-4:10.
South Carolina duo Fynn Minuth and Akaram Mahmoud became the 8th and 9th fastest performers in history in prelims of the 500 free at NCAAs.
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After coming in as the top seed last year, Texas senior Clark Smith will look to redeem himself and land on top of the podium this time around in the men’s 1650 free.
The NCAA released the pre selection psych sheet last night (cut line analysis). We can get a first look at the…
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Shoults turned in a winning time of 4:10.67, taking down the former Meet Record of 4:11.25 done by USC’s Cristian Quintero at the 2015 Pac-12 meet.
Louisville sophomore took down the ACC conference record that had previously been set by Matt McLean back in 2009.
While the Michigan men had their winning streak snapped by Indiana at the 2017 Big Ten Championships, the Wolverines’ future looks bright based on the performance of their freshman class.
Nine B1G conference records fell as Indiana claimed its 25th team conference title. Michigan and Ohio State finished in a tie for second.
The Indiana Hoosiers look like locks to win their first B1G Championships since 2006 in tonight’s final session of the 2017 B1G Championships.
Day Three of the 2017 Men’s B1G Championships continues with the much anticipated 200 individual free, and two swims by reigning B1G recordholder Matt McHugh.
U.S National Teamer PJ Ransford and the Michigan Wolverines are making things interesting at Big Ten’s