Penn freshman Matt Fallon blasted the top time in heat 6, touching in 1:49.03 to take the top seed with one heat to go.
Penn’s Matt Fallon is now the fastest freshman ever in the 200 breast after leading prelims with a 1:49.03 this morning in Atlanta.
Minnesota superstar Max McHugh won both breaststroke events at last year’s NCAA Championships.
For those who may be unsure “mid major” refers to those NCAA Division I conferences outside the Power 5 (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC).
McHugh’s sights are assuredly set on breaking the 50-second barrier, which would make him just the 2nd swimmer in history to do so.
As the Division I Men’s NCAA Championship approaches we are on record watch! Join us as we dissect the most and least likely records to fall this weekend.
After swimming the 200 fly midseason, ASU freshman Leon Marchand will swim the 200 breast and both IMs at NCAAs in Atlanta.
Jones, a junior in high school, broke his future Cal teammate Destin Lasco’s meet record by nearly a second en route to a 100 back state title.
Harvard’s Dean Farris returns for his final Ivy League Championship, but Penn freshman Matt Fallon is ready to take his place and step into the spotlight.
Penn ultimately won both of its meets against Division II West Chester, but the women only defeated their opponents by nine points.
Roman Jones, a recent Cal commit and the #9 recruit for the class of 2023, broke the Independent National HS Record in the 100 SCM free (49.75) on Tuesday.
Yale won 22 of the 32 events en route to decisive men’s and women’s victories over Ivy league opponents Penn and Dartmouth.
Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske and Baylor Nelson from SwimMAC Carolina are the 2021 Swammy winners for the 17-18 age group.
Carson Foster is one of five Longhorns who hold the top time in the country at the midway point of the 2021-22 NCAA season.
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.