Freeman describes the difficulties, largely mental, that come with trying to get back to a place you had previously been after being derailed like this
Cal and Texas continue to duel for the nation’s top spot, with veterans like Reece Whitley (pictured) and Drew Kibler leading the way and rookies stepping up.
Kieran Smith dropped to a 1:43.22 200 fly tonight to win the final and get under 1:44 for the first time, helping the Gators to win the meet of Auburn.
After swimming a PB this morning, freshman Cecilia Porter set a new Florida program record in the 100 breast, breaking 1:00 for the first time at 59.22.
Florida freshman Cecilia Porter swam the 4th-fastest 100 BR in program history at 1:00.02 while teammate Talia Bates clocked in two personal bests.
Smith was 24.2, well ahead of Dressel (25.01) in his American Record 1:38.13 and Casas (24.2) on his #3 all-time 1:38.95 from tonight in Texas.
After his bout of racing last week at the 2020 U.S. Open, Florida junior Kieran Smith swam the 2nd-fastest 500 free of his career with a 4:11.08.
Kieran Smith, the NCAA, American and U.S. Open record-holder in the 500 yard freestyle, is among stars at Sarasota’s U.S. Open site.
Georgia freshman Jake Magahey took down Florida’s Bobby Finke in the 1000 free, hitting a lifetime best in the process.
The vast majority of SwimSwam readers picked Florida as the favorites to win the men’s SEC title in 2021. It would be 9 straight SEC titles for the Gator men.
St. Xavier was named the NISCA Boy’s All Time Dual Meet Champion after battling for the title with Baylor, Southlake Carroll, and North Allegheny.
With 10 recruiting classes ranked since SwimSwam’s inception, we’re looking back at the top overall NCAA swimming recruits since the class of 2013.
Postponement is a necessary, safe option – to that end, we all benefit. But the year-long extension will give some swimmers a renewed opportunity.
In Olympic anticipation, the 2020 NCAA season was loaded with top talent taking gap years. But Olympic postponement will throw a wrench into those plans.
With the stunning news that all three divisions’ 2020 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships are canceled, swimmers took to social media to air their emotions.