With both NCAA Championships now in the rearview mirror, it’s time for everyone’s favorite game of “hindsight is 20/20.” We look back at our final team predictions to see who over- and underperformed our expectations.
Tonight brings competition in the 200 free relay, 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 1-meter diving, and 400 medley relay.
NC State will look to build off their momentum from last night’s fantastic relay performance.
This morning, South Carolina’s Fynn Minuth, teammate Akaram Mahmoud, and Michigan’s Felix Auboeck all broke 4:10, but tonight they’ll be challenged by Townley Haas and Clark Smith, who have also been sub-4:10.
2017 MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 22 – Saturday, March 25 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…
After coming in as the top seed last year, Texas senior Clark Smith will look to redeem himself and land on top of the podium this time around in the men’s 1650 free.
Day Three of the 2017 Men’s B1G Championships continues with the much anticipated 200 individual free, and two swims by reigning B1G recordholder Matt McHugh.
U.S National Teamer PJ Ransford and the Michigan Wolverines are making things interesting at Big Ten’s
Paul Powers of Michigan will try to move into the pole position of the men’s 50 freestyle, while Indiana leads after day 1 of B1G championship action.
Blake Pieroni had a pair of wins as the Indiana Hoosier men continued their unbeaten streak in dual meets this season with a decisive win over Louisville.
Indiana University spent seven days in Bermuda for their annual training camp and of course, made a video highlighting some beautiful shots if the island mixed in with some amazing training footage.
With 2 Olympic silver medals from Rio and a short course world record, Chad Le Clos is your African Male Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award winner.
With 3 wins, Melanie Margalis was the female High Point Award winner in spite of not swimming in the last session of the meet.
American Record holder Kevin Cordes will be making his meet debut in this morning’s 100 breast.
U.S. Olympian Melanie Margalis made it look easy, dominating the women’s 200 IM with a 1:53.16.