Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
Three wins by Jake Magahey helped the Georgia men upend a Josh-Liendo-less Florida team on Friday. The Florida women used early depth to set up…
After a flawless start to the season, Josh Liendo and the Florida Gators have overtaken Texas and now hold the #2 spot in our October Men’s Power Rankings.
Jake Magahey won twice as the Georgia Bulldogs continued to build into the invite season with a decisive sweep of Florida State.
Claire Curzan will take on a busy schedule at the Short Course World Championships in December, leading the U.S. squad with five individual entries.
USA Swimming ha annunciato il suo roster di 31 nuotatori per i prossimi campionati, con 16 olimpionici e 15 attuali nuotatori NCAA
Luca Urlando won three individual events and added a blistering 24-flat 50 back lead-off on the 200 medley as the Bulldogs swept the Yellow Jackets in SCM.
ASU superstar Leon Marchand had a great performance in the men’s 150 breast, swimming a 1:24.25.
The ASU men and Georgia women swept their tri-meet with Missouri, with Marchand 3-3 in his events and the Georgia women winning all but 3 events.
The majority don’t think any of Caeleb Dressel’s 2018 NCAA records will go down this season, but if there’s one that will, they’re picking the 100 free.
Gabriel Jett will be one of many key players for the Cal men this season as they seek a national title defense. For now, we’re picking them to do so.
Bobby Finke is in line for a lot of hardware at the 2022 Golden Goggles awards after breaking two American Records in Budapest in June.
Rising junior Luca Urlando (above) dominated butterfly and IM events for Georgia last season. He also crushed the NCAA 100 back record on a relay lead-off.
The Sun Devils already boast talented IM specialists such as Leon Marchand, Chase Kalisz, and Jay Litherland on campus training under coach Bob Bowman.
100 backstroke champion Daniel Diehl came up huge for the team, splitting 48.66 on the 3rd leg, then Kaii Winkler anchored in 48.95.