Friday night will feature finals for the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and 200 medley relay.
Five teams are within 16 and a half points of one another for the NCAA crown at the moment, with today’s meet-high 7-event prelims session holding perhaps the most valuable key to securing a team championship.
Harvard has opted out of today’s 400 medley relay prelims, meaning swimming fans won’t get to see Dean Farris swim a 100 back at this meet.
Caeleb Dressel and the Florida Gators come in as the top seed in the 200 medley relay.
A fully healthy and on-form Shebat would be a slight favorite to win this race, but with questions looming about his injury, it brings him back to the field.
An error in the entries for the Men’s NCAA Championship earned Grand Canyon extra entries to the meet.
The Northern Arizona women and Wyoming men came away with team titles on Saturday, Febraury 24th.
Mark Nikolaev continues to be one of the fastest 100 backstroker in the NCAA this season, blasting a 44.71 to lead off the 400 medley relay.
Mark Nikolaev went 1:43.60 in the 200 IM to set a new WAC record.
GCU lowered their men’s 200 medley relay WAC record.
Our top spot has gone back and forth between Cal and Texas all year, and this edition is no exception as the two trade their ranks from our most recent rankings.
Mark Nikolaev and Ida Schutt each won 3 individual events.
Grand Canyon’s men and women picked up wins against BYU, winning a combined 25 of 32 events.
11 pool records fell while Rice swept the the women’s quad, Grand Canyon swept the men’s and women’s relays, and the Grand Canyon men beat Cal Baptist.
It’s a dead heat at the top of our men’s rankings. Ryan Hoffer and Cal hold top time in the nation in 4 relays. But after a stellar Texas Invite, did the three-time defending champs run them down for the top spot?