In this first edition of the 2023-24 NCAA weekly recaps, we’re talking about the question on everyone’s minds after this weekend: can the ASU men win NCAAs?
Lamar Taylor and Jack Armstrong went 1-2 in the 50 free at 2023 D2 NCAAs, and now in September have already swum times that would’ve qualified for ‘A’ final.
Caeleb Dressel has been the world’s best in the 50 free since 2017, but his recent leave of absence puts that reign into question this summer.
King’s 50 freestyle time of 21.97 moves him to 3rd season among Americans, while his 100 free currently ranks 2nd nationally.
NCAA Division II runner-up Jack Armstrong put up the 17th-fastest time in the country this year with a best time of 22.36.
Trentadue nuotatori sono stati selezionati per rappresentare gli Stati Uniti quest’estate ai World University Games di Chengdu, in Cina.
Coming off a breakout NCAA season at Notre Dame, Chris Guiliano will be one of three Irish swimmers representing the U.S. this summer in Chengdu.
Caspar Corbeau was a primary reason why the Texas Longhorns backed up their #1 ranking in the high school class of 2019.
It’s Day 5 in Indy. On tap: women’s and men’s 1650 free, 100 free, 200 back, and 200 breast, men’s 1-meter diving, and women’s and men’s 400 free relay.
Day 5 of the 2023 NCAA Division II Championships in Indy will consist of heats of 100 free, 200 back, 200 breast, 1650 free, and men’s 1m diving.
Nova Southeastern’s Savannah Best will be one of the favorites in the women’s 200 IM on Day 2 of the NCAA Division II Championships in Indianapolis.
Georgetown earned their first team victory since 2019 while ending Frisco Wakeland’s two-year run at the top.
Palo Alto’s Ethan Harrington had the fastest 50 free at 2022 Winter Juniors, leading the 36 sub-20 second swims swum across both the East and West meets.
We discuss Jack Bauerle’s retirement, Katie Ledecky saying she will bypass Duel in the Pool, and Kyle Chalmers playing in the Aussie Football League
After spending his freshman season at Auburn and his sophomore season at Grand Canyon, Jack Armstrong will continue his career at Division II Henderson State.