The three swimmers above all return from the Trojans’ title-winning 800 free relay last year in hopes to defend their crown.
Andy Ringgold of Aringo Photography put together this compilation of photos highlighting the men of the 2014-2015 Texas Longhorn Swimming & Diving team, a crew that look like the favorites to win the NCAA title next week.
Ryan Murphy and the Cal Golden Bears have 16 swimmers invited to the 2015 Men’s NCAA Championship meet, which is second to only the favored Texas Longhorns for the most.
The USC Trojans won their first Pac-12 title in 36 years last weekend. Can they follow through with an NCAA title?
Will Licon and the Texas Longhorns will take at least 17 to the 2015 NCAA Championships, pending the results of the Zone Diving Championships.
Steve Bultman’s Texas A&M women qualified 16 women for the 2015 NCAA Championships – but many, many fewer teams will be at this year’s meet than last year.
Texas redshirt senior Sarah Denninghoff is expected to race at the 2015 NCAA Championships.
Head coach Eddie Reese unveils a big secret to his team’s success. This isn’t a tease either – it’s real, hard, specific coaching.
Texas’ Will Licon (left) poses with John Martens (right) after going 1-2 in the 400 IM on Friday at the 2015 Big 12 Championships. Licon’s winning 3:41.88 set a new Meet Record.
The TCU Horned Frogs men sit in 2nd place and women sit in 5th place heading into the final day…
Longhorns Jack Conger and Joseph Schooling (pictured) threatened Olympic and Longhorn legend Ian Crocker’s meet record with twin 44s in the 100 fly.
Texas head coach Eddie Reese has done a lot of amazing things in his long, long career, but his 2014-2015 team might just be the best Texas team…ever.
2015 BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 25 – Saturday, February 28 Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center – University…
Watch key moments of Texas swimmer Will Licon’s record-breaking 200 IM swim from yesterday’s Finals of the 2015 Big 12…
On day two of the 2015 Big 12 Championships Licon dropped a huge 1:41.67 in the 200 IM to break the previous Texas record of 1:41.92 set by Olympic gold medallist Ricky Berens back at the 2009 NCAA Championships. Not only was it a school record, but it doubled as the Big 12 record, which was also held by Berens with the same 1:41.92.