Per the request of some of our commenters, we’ve gone through and scored out how the men’s NCAA team battle would go based on the midseason rankings.
We’re now through the second round of NCAA midseason invites and it’s time to take a look at where the division 1 teams stand.
Austin Katz and Justin Wright threw down the fastest college times this season in the 200 back and 200 fly, respectively, on the final of the 2017 Texas Invite.
Swimming fans got to witness another butterfly battle between Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger in Friday night’s 100 fly final.
The Texas A team won it in 6:14.62, with Jonathan Roberts leading off in 1:35.29. Teammates Jeff Newkirk (1:33.60), Joseph Schooling (1:33.17), and Townley Haas (1:32.56) finished the job as they won in 6:14.62.
The Aggies did something they haven’t done in 55 years when they faced the reigning NCAA champion Longhorns in dual meet action: They came out on top.
Getting to see the defending national champions at work was a treat. And not just because they’re the defending national champs.
The Texas Longhorns have won the NCAA title each year since Joseph Schooling and the rest of the class of 2018 arrived on the “Forty Acres.” The race for the team title projects to be tighter this year, but the Longhorns have the talent and depth to make it four in a row.
The Texas Men’s team proved once again why they’re ranked #1.
Arizona’s Brad Tandy cracked the 22-second barrier to win the 50 free on night 5.
Lisa Bratton swam in 3 individual A-finals to help the Texas A&M women lead team scoring.
Gutierrez touched in 1:48.58 to take silver behind Texas’ Jeff Newkirk (1:48.17), clearing the Mexican National record in the event.
Olympic champion Ryan Lochte will swim in his first final of a USA Swimming meet since the Rio incident.
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