Transfers have been a major story of the NCAA offseason so far – but there’s likely many more in store.
Friese won the 50 and 100 fly at the 2018 German Open.
Rooney announced just over a week ago he would leave the University of Florida before his senior season.
Hugo Gonzalez (above) is a little harder to project, given that he didn’t swim the 2018-2019 NCAA season.
Rooney is leaving Florida after his junior season.
NCAA qualifier Erge Gezmis will leave Florida after 2 seasons.
It’s a tale of two classes for the men: the current junior class has been pretty lackluster, especially among our top-20 ranked recruits. But the current sophomores, led by #1 recruit Ryan Hoffer of Cal, have been outstanding through two years.
2019 MEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 27 – Saturday, March 30 Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming…
Coleman Stewart and Mark Nikolaev led off their medley relays in big-time swims of 44.32 and 44.49, respectively, in this morning’s prelims.
The NC State Wolfpack are on the prowl for their third 400 free relay title in the last four years.
Three of the top-5 performers all-time in the men’s 200 yard butterfly are returning to the NCAA Championship this year, not one of them American.
Indiana’s Vini Lanza is a safe enough bet to win this race. (Not that you should be gambling on swimming.)
A Dressel-less field leaves a wide-open race for the top of the podium in the 100 free.
Texas senior Townley Haas is on a quest to make history this week in Austin by becoming the first man ever to win four NCAA Division I 200 free titles.
Conference Championships brought some major shakeups to our final edition men’s Power Ranks, though our #1 rank continues to be an uneasy split between Texas and Cal.