Luke Hobson took out Drew Kibler’s meet record in the 200 freestyle and nearly established a new personal best with a 1:32.50.
The Texas stars shone brightly over the summer, but the rest of the cast, especially the sprint freestylers, need to deliver for Texas to regain the crown.
Texas confirmed that NCAA scorers Daniel Krueger, Braden Vines, and Alex Zettle will all be returning for a fifth year of eligibility.
Just four months after winning the NCAA title in the 400 free relay, the Texas sprint cupboard could be on the cusp of being the barest it’s been in years.
Chan’s best time in the 100 breast would have been second on the Texas roster this past season. It also would have finished sixth at 2022 NCAAs.
Bobby Finke’s 100 NCAA points helped push the Florida Gators to the top of the 2018 recruiting class scoring rankings after four seasons.
McHugh’s sights are assuredly set on breaking the 50-second barrier, which would make him just the 2nd swimmer in history to do so.
Louisville made program history last year, winning their first ever NCAA relay title by taking this race with a 1:22.11.
Michigan fell to Ohio State in a dual meet on Friday night, where the Buckeyes won an eye-popping 13 of 16 events, including both relays in dominant wins.
Several of the strongest schools in the country square off this week at Minnesota Invite, which begins tonight with timed finals of two relays
Cal’s Reece Whitley will go head-to-head with reigning NCAA champ Max Mchugh in the men’s breaststroke events at the 2021 Minnesota Invite.
Mizzou’s Ben Patton blasted a time of 51.50 in the men’s 100 breaststroke prelims to take over the top spot in the national rankings.
Carson Foster and the Texas Longhorns maintain the top spot in our November edition of the Men’s NCAA Power Rankings.
The Michigan men and women swept the team titles over Missouri and Purdue, with a few NCAA-leading times, including from Jack Dahlgren, going on the board.
Drew Kibler and the University of Texas men enter the 2021-22 NCAA season as the favorites to repeat as champions.