Louisville outperformed their projected finish by 14 points in the men’s 800 free relay on Day 1 at 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Championships.
After scoring prelims and 1650 FR seeds, Michigan will have just ONE point over Indiana on paper, leaving it to the 400 FR relay to decide the 2021 champion.
It’s hard to gauge the firepower for the top five teams or so this year with the truncated season, but Indiana looks to have a slight edge.
National Junior Teamer Hunter Armstrong will transfer to The Ohio State University for the remaining three years of his collegiate eligibility.
Wisconsin’s Cameron Tysoe is the top seed in the 200 back. He’ll be going after the Pool Record tonight set by Wisconsin NCAA Champion Drew TeDuits in 2013.
The final prelims session of the 2020 Big Ten Championships is underway this morning, featuring heats of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 200 fly.
Samy chose the 100 free (3rd seed) over the 200 back (top seed) on Saturday at the 2020 Big Ten Swimming & Diving Championships.
The Michigan men have a seasoned upperclassman roster with key freshman sprint additions. Right now, they look good to snap the Indiana three-year streak.
MacNeil put together a winning triple as she touched first in the 100 free, 100 fly, and 100 back as Michigan defeated rival Ohio State.
Notre Dame junior Zach Yeadon blasted a lifetime best 14:32 in the mile to start things off on the final day of the Ohio State Invite.
Craig roared to a new season best of 19.89, touching the wall first by nearly half a second.
Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.
Paul DeLakis and Ohio State moved into the top 10, but could be a legit top 5 program – if they can figure out a way to repeat their Big Ten times at NCAAs.
Liam Bell is the best 100 breaststroker in this recruiting class, and he highlights one of the top 10 classes nationwide.
Swimming New Zealand has announced a 10-strong team to travel to Italy in July for the 2019 World University Games including sprinter Daniel Hunter (pictured).