We’re breaking down the top-10 men’s swims from the first weekend of NCAA midseason invitationals and it’s Florida’s Josh Liendo checking in at #1.
ASU’s Jack Dolan swam a PB of 41.57 to top the field this morning in heats of the 100 free on Day 3 of the 2023 NC State Fall Invite.
Arizona State’s Lindsay Looney is top seed in the women’s 200 fly on Day 3 of the NC State Fall Invitational.
NC State’s Katharine Berkoff highlights the women’s 100 back on Day 2 of the NC State Invite after a very strong showing in the 50 free on Thursday.
ASU freshman Ilya Kharun saved his best for last on Thursday night with a 43.35 100 fly split on the Sun Devils’ 400 medley relay ranks No. 3 all-time.
Josie Panitz won the 100 breast, 200 breast and 200 IM for the Buckeye women as they rolled to a 226-135 win over the Hokies.
The #9 Virginia Tech Hokies downed the Duke men 166-120, while the #16 Blue Devil women came out on top of the women’s side of the meet 183-117.
NCAP’s H.T. Tragle has announced his verbal commitment to swim and study at Virginia Tech next fall, keeping him in-state.
Our writers picked Leon Marchand to repeat as the 200 breast/200 IM/400 IM winner at 2024 NCAAs, but other events are less clear.
This week in our NCAA recap, we’re talking men’s 50 freestyle, news from the mid-majors, checking in on Leon Marchand, and wrapping up the SMU Classic.
Virginia Tech’s Youssef Ramadan has missed both of his team’s intercollegiate matchups so far this season, and is expected to be out for another few weeks.
After a monstrous relay performance at NCAAs, the Gators reload this season with a stacked freshman class set to make an immediate impact.
Like they did last year, sprint duo Jordan Crooks and Gui Caribe will be doing the heavy lifting at Rocky Top this season.
Youssef Ramadan earned the Hokies’ first-ever individual NCAA title, while the team surged to a program-best 9th place finish last season.
Ahmed Hafnaoui and Bobby Finke swam side by side for the entirety of the 1500, and both attributed their success to each other’s presence in the race.