Thanks to Tim Binning – theswimpictues.com – for these great swimming photos.
Deep in the heart of Texas Eddie Reese has been coaching the Longhorns since 1978, churning out world-class athletes and creating a historic program which resulted this weekend in tying him as the winningest coach in college swimming.
The Texas Longhorns have been the most dominant figures at men’s NCAAs this past week, outscoring their second place rivals Cal by 129 points to bring home an 11th title for the Texas Longhorns and head coach Eddie Reese.
Eddie Reese’s Texas Longhorns are in control going into the final session of the 2015 NCAA Championships on Saturday, but there are still some good team battles going on.
It seems as though a Texas win is all but guaranteed tonight as the final day of competition lingers in Iowa. Texas is entering day two with 399 points, a whopping 124 points ahead of Cal who sit in second with 275.
With 171 points already scored, Texas is entering day two finals with the projection to score 185 more. They have someone in the championship final of every event tonight besides the 100 breaststroke, where their breaststroke Austin Temple secured a ‘B’ final position.
The Texas Longhorns have a 400 medley relay that could be good for a very long time.
After the day one prelims an idea of who’s going to take the lead after tonight’s finals has emerged, and it seems as though Sam Lewis and the Longhorns are going to be up big on Cal.
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