Senior Simonas Bilis continued to create Wolfpack swimming history Friday morning, as he punched his ticket to the 2016 Olympic Games in the 100m freestyle for Lithuania.
Santo Condorelli will finally get in on the action at trials this morning in the 100m free prelims.
2017 NCAA’s aren’t for 11+ months, and plenty can change between now and then, but Will Licon and the Texas Longhorns are sitting in a good spot for a three-peat
Wolfpack senior Simonas Bilis has been selected as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Men’s Swimmer of the Year, one of ten such distinctions announced today by the 2015-16 ACC Swimming & Diving Annual awards.
Santo Condorelli comes in as the favorite in both the 50 and 100m freestyle events.
NC State’s Simonas Bilis had a huge swim on night 4, moving into the top 5 all-time with a 41.18
Texas sophomore Joseph Schooling crushed the first-ever 1:37 in the 200 fly to cap a wild final session of the 2016 NCAA Championships and seal the team title for the Longhorns.
Was that 100-yard freestyle from Caeleb Dressel so fast that missed it? We’ve got you covered.
Caeleb Dressel is now the fastest performer in the history of both the 50 and 100 yard freestyles.
The Texas men are in position to defend their NCAA title, but the battle for the rest of the top 5 spots could get interesting. Cal and Florida are separated by 16 points right now, with the Golden Bears sitting in 2nd.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of the 2016 Men’s NCAA DI Championships in Atlanta, GA.
The team race intensifies as NC state slightly out swims Texas during the Thursday morning session of the 2016 NCAA DI Championships.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for Men’s NCAAs, got us one heck of haul for this morning’s photo vault. Check out the images for some insight into team warm-ups, mid-stroke shots, and team cheering.
After an insane showing last night by the three fastest 800 free relays in history, the Texas Longhorns are primed for their first full day of competition with a new NCAA and U.S. Open Record under their belts.
Texas took down the NCAA, American, and U.S. Open records with 6:08.03 to win the event.