After two great NCAA Championships, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite moments that came out of both the men’s and women’s meets.
Texas scored 83 diving points en route to the NCAA title last season, but didn’t put any men into the top-16 in the 1-meter event on Thursday.
Texas’ Paola Pineda was one of three women and five total Longhorns who qualified for NCAAs on the opening day of the Zone D Diving Championships.
Moving into the conference championships, the Texas men continue to lead our NCAA Power Rankings, with Cal trailing closely behind.
Take a look at who left and who’s staying, including Maggie MacNeil, our Swammy winner for NCAA Female Swimmer of the Year.
Arizona State’s Grant House is one of the major reasons why the Sun Devils have surged up our most recent NCAA Men’s Power Rankings.
Two-time NCAA Champion Jordan Windle has been temporarily suspended by the US Center for Safe Sport.
Claudia Dougan won four events at the Kansas Classic, including individually in the 100 freestyle (49.85) and the 200 freestyle (1:50.01).
The Texas Longhorns earned five of the six weekly awards, with Carson Foster and Anna Elendt claiming Swimmer of the Week honors.
Alex Walsh and the NCAA champion Virginia Cavaliers will host the University of Texas Longhorns in a two-day dual meet beginning Friday in Charlottesville.
The Longhorns’ departing seniors means they’ve got a lot of points and relay legs to replace, but there’s plenty of depth to weather the loss and aim for #16.
Jordan Windle (men’s diver) Hailey Hernandez (women’s diver), Luke Hobson (co-men’s newcomer) and Erica Sullivan (women’s newcomer) were also honored.
Drew Kibler and the University of Texas men enter the 2021-22 NCAA season as the favorites to repeat as champions.
Emma Sticklen and Carson Foster are the Big 12 Swimmers of the Week, while Ellie Andrews, Hailey Hernandez, Jordan Windle and Geremia Freri were also honored.
The Texas Longhorn men handily defeated the Incarnate Word Cardinals to kick off the defending NCAA champions dual meet action.