Rex Maurer (pictured) leads a loaded freshmen class that affords the #8 Stanford men plenty of options for how to attack the 2023-24 season.
LSU’s Brooks Curry emerged as the top scorer in the high school class of 2019 despite being unranked as a recruit.
Virginia senior Lexi Cuomo ended her career on a high note last month by scoring 15 individual points and contributing to two title-winning relays.
All eyes will be on Leon Marchand on Friday as he takes aim at another record in the 400 IM.
Qualifying times are easing a bit in several events this year after a day 3 session last year with some seemingly-impossibly fast times to make it back.
In swim-offs, Patrick Sammon gave ASU 7 A-finalists tonight, while Tommy Janton broke the Notre Dame school record to earn a place in the 100 back B-final.
Josh Liendo’s butterfly ability has taken the Florida Gators’ 400 medley relay to a new level this season.
The 100 back looks primed for a shakeup this year at the Division I Men’s NCAA Championships, as just eight of the finalists from last year are returning.
Cal junior Bjorn Seeliger (pictured) was one of three swimmers under Ryan Murphy’s 50 back record during last year’s 200 medley relay final.
Cal remains the unanimous selection to repeat as national champions this week at the Men’s NCAA Championships.
Cal’s Destin Lasco appears to be well on his way to a second consecutive NCAA title in the men’s 200 backstroke with an eye on the American Record.
Day 4 is typically Cal’s best day of a championship meet: they’ll need to be firing on all cylinders if they have a hope of catching ASU in the team race.
After he set the NCAA record at a January dual, all eyes will be on Leon Marchand in the 400 IM during Day 3 of finals at the 2023 Men’s PAC-12 Champs.
This morning, we’ll see preliminary heats of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
Cal won their fifth-straight men’s Pac-12 title last year, beating runner-up Stanford by nearly 100 points.