We try to put record-breaking swims by Dressel and Finnerty into context, along with some other thoughts from the third day of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Carsten Vissering threw down the fastest 50 breast relay split in history, en route to USC earning the 200 medley relay tonight at the 2018 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Finnerty smashed his lifetime best to win the 100 breast, clocking in at 49.69.
Friday night will feature finals for the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 medley relay.
Five teams are within 16 and a half points of one another for the NCAA crown at the moment, with today’s meet-high 7-event prelims session holding perhaps the most valuable key to securing a team championship.
Finnerty’s swim makes him the 3rd fastest performer of all time, moving ahead of Texas’ Will Licon, who won NCAAs last season.
Ian Finnerty hitting his taper is the best news Indiana swimming & diving has gotten this week.
Some amazing swims have us rethinking what’s possible the rest of the week at the 2018 Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
NCAA Messieurs 2018 jour 1 : Blake Pieroni tacle Townley Haas et lui souffle son record sur 200 yards
C’était une performance presque insolite, réalisée par Blake Pieroni, un étudiant en dernière année de l’Indiana University, au départ du relais quatre fois 200 yards ce mercredi, premier jour des NCAA 2018.
The favorite heading into the meet, Indiana’s Ian Finnerty, is the only man to have broken 51 so far this season.
As we tick down the days to the 2018 Men’s NCAA Championships, keep track of all our event-by-event previews and winner picks here.
While NC State and Texas are 2 of the top teams battling for the title tonight, the Florida Gators are bringing in a team that could be hard to beat.
6 different programs have season-best composite times that add up within a second of one another in an event that could turn the tides of the entire meet.
Caeleb Dressel and the Florida Gators come in as the top seed in the 200 medley relay.
Swimming it for the first time at NCAAs, Andrew Seliskar is in the hunt for the 200 breast NCAA title.