Florida emerges as the top pick to take 3rd at NCAAs this season as they bring back a talented group and reload with a strong recruit class.
Is this the year we see Arizona State take over as the best men’s team in the nation? See who we rank #1 heading into the 2023-24 campaign.
Brendan Burns and the high-powered Hoosier relays will be one of many driving forces behind the team’s success in the 2023-24 season.
Singaporean Mikkel Lee, 20, is listed on Indiana’s roster as a freshman for this season.
The return of Yost, Gaziev, and Clark provides Ohio State with a solid veteran foundation, but the Buckeyes have question marks headed into 2023-24.
Benzing, who will finish up his undergrad at Towson this upcoming season, made the B final of the 100 breast at both 2022 and 2023 NCAAs.
In this article, five different NCAA swimmers share what getting an extra year of eligibility meant for the trajectory of their careers in college.
Cruz started his college career at Iowa Central, where he turned heads with a 19.10 in the 50 free. After a stop at USC, he will wrap his career at Indiana.
Burns scored 46 out of Indiana’s 139 individual swimming points at the 2023 NCAA Championships and was also a major contributor on the Hoosier relays.
Leon Marchand made history at the Men’s NCAA Championships, setting all-time records in the 200 breast, 200 IM and 400 IM to lead ASU to a runner-up finish.
Leon Marchand somehow surpassed sky-high expectations by clocking the fastest times ever in six different events within the span of 72 hours.
Liendo soared to victory in the 100 freestyle, notching a 40.28 to become the second fastest man in history behind Caeleb Dressel.
In past seasons, Mathias has swam the 100/200 fly and 200 IM, but for his fifth year with Indiana, he decided to switch to 50/100 free and 100 breast.
Destin Lasco will be in the hunt for a second straight title in the 200 back on Saturday with a potential American Record in his sights.
How low can he go? Out under his 400 IM record pace at the halfway mark in prelims, Léon Marchand aims to break the NCAA record for the third time this season