The men’s 100 back continues to be one of the most competitive events in the U.S.
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.
Conger has now been under 52 seconds on 4 occasions in 2018. Only one other American has done so even once.
Cox last raced at March’s Pro Swim Series stop in Atlanta. She’s part of a field full of National Teamers and World Championship medalists this weekend in Austin.
With a healthy mix of veterans and newcomers, the 50 back is still Justin Ress’ to lose.
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Teams are training hard and loading up on their swimmers. What better time to go and see what the 4-time reigning NCAA champs are up to?
This week, we break down the swim that ultimately turned the meet for Texas – a redemption-fueled 100 back from John Shebat.
Only 4.7% of voters believed in Indiana before the meet… but Blake Pieroni helped that number multiply by a factor of 6 after three sessions of men’s NCAAs.
The men’s 100 back was anyone’s race; the difference between the top and eighth seed was a mere 0.22 seconds.
Indiana and Ian Finnerty lead the way heading into the final day, but they’ll have to hold off hard-charging Texas and Cal tonight to seal an upset NCAA team title.
With a tight team battle in the works, Texas freshman Austin Katz came up clutch in tonight’s 200 back.
Buckle up for what promises to be a thrilling last sesssion of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
18.00? Down. 43.00? Down. 40.00? This morning, Caeleb Dressel takes aim at the 40-second barrier as he heads up both the 100 free and Florida’s 400 free relay.
NC State will likely move in Coleman Stewart on their 400 free relay after going the fastest time in history in the prelims.