We tally up projected individual scoring for the 2020 NCAA meet, plus look back at the past three NCAA meets for class-by-class scoring by individual.
For the men’s mid-season quotes, we had spoken with a lot of seniors who had high hopes for the end of the season, which is, as we’ve said before, devastating
NCAA’s are canceled. Bummed? Yeah, us too. But relive what could/would have been in our final edition Power Ranks, including conference champ results.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas holds three top-2 seeds, including the top incoming times in the 200 IM (1:39.91) and 200 back (1:37.20).
Texas leads with 18 swimming qualifiers to Cal’s 14 in our early projections of the NCAA cutline based on this morning’s psych sheets.
This season, he’s dropped the 100 back on day 2 for the 400 IM. He was the 4th fastest 100 backstroker in the nation this season.
Carr’s time took down the former Pac-12 Record, which stood at a 1:38.07 done by Cal’s Ryan Murphy in 2017. Murphy was a 4-time NCAA Champion in the event.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas put up another best time tonight, winning the 200 fly in 1:40.33. That’s a second faster than his lifetime best from 2019 NCAAs.
Casas’ swim on Friday makes him the 14th-fastest performer of all-time in an event that he’s only raced a handful of times in his career.
Depending on what happens at the Pac-12 Championships next week, the Texas men could earn as many as 24 individual swimming invites to the NCAA Championship meet.
The 18-year old Foster will use an unusual event plan this weekend at a sr meet in Ohio to test-run the experience of swimming semi-finals at Olympic Trials.
It was an explosive first week of major conference championships. We count down our top 10 swims of a week including SECs, ACCs, and Big Tens.
Florida’s Kieran Smith was named the 2020 SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Meet for his historic performance in Auburn. He set a new American Record in the 500 free.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas took down Ryan Lochte’s SEC Meet Record in the men’s 200 back as he won his 2nd individual SEC title of the meet.
We have got some pep back in our step for Day 4! Everyone finished their meets on a strong note, seeing historic swims left and right