Townley Haas, last year’s NCAA champion in the 500 and 200 free, will be tackling some tough teammates in the 100 free today, the final day of the 2017 Big 12 championships.
One of the big races to watch is the men’s 100 fly, where Texas All-Americans Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger will go head-to-head.
Big 12 Conference Record holder Will Licon and Big 12 Meet Record holder Jonathan Roberts will square off in the 400 IM.
The 50 free final will feature a showdown between Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger. This morning, Schooling tied Ian Crocker’s Big 12 Meet Record with a personal best 19.18, while Conger was just a nail behind in 19.20.
Texas teammates Joseph Schooling (19.18) and Jack Conger (19.20) each turned in a best time to lead prelims of the 50 free.
2017 Men’s Big 12 Championships Wednesday, February 22 – Saturday, February 25 Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center- University…
2016 Texas Class Relays saw incredible splits from Haas and Schooling, both of whom would go on to win multiple NCAA titles in individual events. This year saw more fireworks from the pair, along with their teammates.
200 free relay splits: Conger (flat start) – 19.41, Schooling – 18.87, Shebat – 19.00, Haas – 19.19
200 Medley splits: back John Shebat – 21.16, breast Will Licon – 23.64, fly Schooling – 19.68, free Townley Haas – 18.70
The Texas men’s swimming & diving teams held their annual Class Relay Meets on Thursday, and the results were the…
Ryan Hoffer (above) and his teammates at the Scottsdale Aquatic Club have broken the 15-18 National Age Group Record in the 200 yard free relay.
Joseph Schooling gave Texas the lead after the fly leg of the 200 medley relay, but Ryan Held roared home in 18.8 to give NC State the victory.
Backstroke extraordinaire Austin Katz looks to continue the Texas Longhorns’ tradition of excellence in men’s swimming.
The Longhorns are in the hunt for an NCAA threepeat this season, and they have very few weaknesses.
Conger swept the butterfly races, first winning the 100 in 45.47 before going on to clock a winning time of 1:42.40 in the 200.