The Swimulator shows Texas nearly lapping the field, and that’s without diving.
Texas won their 8th-straight Big 12 title last year, continuing their perfect conference streak since Texas A&M left the conference.
The Crimson team emerged victorious by a mere point, 86 to 85, with freshman Kara Church leading the Crimson with two individual victories.
As the coronavirus continues to impact athletic events worldwide, a handful of universities have suspended athletic activities for the foreseeable future.
With two 2019 champs graduated and the third taking a redshirt, we’ll have a brand-new slate of women’s diving winners at 2020 NCAAs.
Jordan Windle won his second-straight event in Zone D, and the Texas men have tough decisions looming with five divers now invited to NCAAs.
Returning NCAA A finalists Jordan Windle and Grayson Campbell went 1-2 on 3-meter in the tough Zone D, and Texas qualified 3 divers for NCAAs.
The Texas Longhorns have built up big leads through the first 2 days of competition.
Tonight we’ll see Texas, West Virginia, TCU, Kansas, and Iowa State face off for the first individual titles of the 2020 championships.
The Texas Longhorns are poised for an 8th consecutive Big 12 title, not having lost this meet since Texas A&M moved to the SEC in 2012.
Kansas’ Jenny Nusbaum won the 200 free with a 1:50.15, leading a 1-2-3 charge by the Jayhawks.
Dusan Babic and Emily Haimes were named Big 12 Swimmers of the Week, while Austin Smith (WVU) and Jiayu Chen (Kansas) were named Divers of the Week.
Kansas swimming and diving earned its first road victory of the season over Colorado State 214-84 Saturday, winning all 16 events.
Kansas won in convincing fashion, topping South Dakota 261-87 and Missouri State 244-101 inside Robinson Natatorium on Friday and Saturday.