Newly-named UND head coach Chris Lindauer hires Chastain after spending the last seven seasons alongside him at the University of Louisville.
Here are the top shots from the third night of the 2022 World Championship Trials by SwimSwam photographer Jack Spitser.
Hali Flickinger is in position to become the first member of the U.S. World Championship team tonight in the final of the women’s 200 butterfly.
Julian has historically raced aggressively, taking races out fast, and holding on as best he can. It seems as though that may be changing.
Heilman is now the second-fastest 15-year-old in U.S. history after clocking 1:58.01, trailing only Phelps, who set the world record in 1:54.92 at that age.
Day 1 of the U.S World Trials in Greensboro is finally here, and the first prelims session will feature Caeleb Dressel in the 100 free.
Caeleb Dressel is the favorite in the men’s 100 fly, though he has been beaten twice this year in the race: once by Michael Andrew and once by Shaine Casas.
Ryan Murphy is not only the undisputed favorite in the men’s 200 backstroke at the U.S. World Trials, but is probably the top pick for gold in Budapest.
Lindauer joins Notre Dame after spending 13 seasons on Louisville’s coaching staff, having been promoted from assistant to associate head coach last year.
Ryan Murphy has long been the backstroking standard in the U.S., but he’ll need to be at his best to fend off the talented crop behind him.
The 200 fly is is a wide open event where there’s a mix of experience and those looking to make their first international team.
Kate Douglass was named the Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year while Nicolas Albiero and Anton Down-Jenkins were named co-winners of the men’s award.
94% of people picked Nicolas Albiero or Luca Urlando to win, but Brendan Burns emerged as the upset victory in the men’s 200 fly at the NCAA Championships.
Virginia’s Kate Douglass (pictured) earned ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year honors, while Louisville’s Nicolas Albiero won the men’s award.
A full recap of the results, records and top point scorers from the 2022 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships.