Three of the top-5 performers all-time in the men’s 200 yard butterfly are returning to the NCAA Championship this year, not one of them American.
Indiana’s Vini Lanza is a safe enough bet to win this race. (Not that you should be gambling on swimming.)
CAA’s are over. The James Madison women and William and Mary men won. Here are the numbers.
The W&M men extended their lead, while the W&M women managed to pull ahead of JMU thanks to a relay DQ in the final event.
The W&M men extended their lead on the second night of the 2019 CAA Championships, while JMU and W&M women continued to duel it out.
The first day of the 2019 CAA Championships featured conference records, come from behind victories, a 20.2 fly split, and the W&M men taking their 9th-straight title in the 800 free relay.
In the final dual meet of the season, the Towson University women’s swimming and diving team defeated Loyola University (Maryland) 174-118. The Tiger men defeated the Greyhounds 157-125.
The Seton Hall men won nine different events and went 1-2-3 in the 100 fly, while the Towson women won 13 events en route to a victory.
Swimming is most exciting during a close race with something on the line. It’s is a sport about racing. Beating…
Michael Andrew qualified for the 2018-2019 US National Team in all 4 strokes.
Michael Andrew has already qualified for Worlds in the 50 fly, but he’s loaded up his schedule tonight to try and qualify for Pan Pacs and add to his Worlds schedule.
After tying her 50 fly American Record last night, Kelsi Dahlia will take on her signature 100 fly today.
19-year-old Michael Andrew, whose goal is to become the world’s fastest sprinter in all four stroke 50s, will compete in the fly, breast and back finals on Day 3 of 2018 U.S. Nationals.
American Record holder Caeleb Dressel leads an experienced pack of swimmers who’ll be competing in the 50 fly this week.
After going 51.00 earlier in the year, Jack Conger is poised to join the elusive sub-51 club at Nationals in the 100 fly.