WATCH: All NCAA records in men’s swimming from the 2023-24 NCAA season

At the 2024 NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships, NCAA records were set across 10 different events: five individual and five relay. Arizona State’s Leon Marchand, Texas’s Luke Hobson, Cal’s Destin Lasco, and Liam Bell were the individual record setters, while Cal, Florida, and ASU set relay relays. Watch videos of the NCAA records down below, courtesy of Kyle Milis and the Pac-12 YouTube channel. We have not been able to find footage of Florida’s 200 medley relay NCAA record, but please free to leave a link to the race in the comments if found.

University of Florida — 200 Medley Relay

  • NCAA Record: 1:20.55 — Arizona State (J. Dolan, L. Marchand, I. Kharun, J. Kulow), 2024
  • Meet Record: 1:20.67 — NC State (K. Stokowski, M. Hunter, N. Korstanje, D. Curtiss), 2023
  • American Record: 1:21.66 — Florida (A. Chaney, J. Smith, S. Buff, M. McDuff), 2024
  • U.S. Open Record: 1:20.55 — Arizona State (J. Dolan, L. Marchand, I. Kharun, J. Kulow), 2024
  • 2023 Champion: 1:20.67 — NC State (K. Stokowski, M. Hunter, N. Korstanje, D. Curtiss), 2023

Top 8:

  1. Florida (A. Chaney, J. Smith, J. Liendo, M. McDuff) — 1:20.15 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open Record*
  2. Arizona State (J. Dolan, L. Marchand, I. Kharun, J. Kulow) — 1:20.55
  3. NC State (A. Hayes, S. Hoover, L. Miller, Q. McCarty) — 1:20.98 *American Record*
  4. Cal — 1:21.01
  5. Tennessee — 1:21.91
  6. Indiana — 1:22.10
  7. Stanford — 1:22.43
  8. Auburn — 1:22.57

University of California — 800 Freestyle Relay

  • NCAA Record: 6:03.42 — Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, P. Larson, C. Foster), 2024
  • Meet Record: 6:03.42 — Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, P. Larson, C. Foster), 2024
  • American Record: 6:03.42 — Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, P. Larson, C. Foster), 2024
  • U.S. Open Record: 6:03.42 — Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, P. Larson, C. Foster), 2024
  • 2023 Champion: 6:03.42 — Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, P. Larson, C. Foster), 2024

Top 8: 

  1. Cal (G. Jett, D. Lasco, J. Alexy, R. Hanson) — 6:02.26 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open Record*
  2. Arizona State (L. Marchand, H. Kos, P. Sammon, J. Hill) — 6:04.95
  3. Texas (L. Hobson, C. Carrozza, N. Germonprez, C. Taylor) — 6:05.33
  4. Florida — 6:08.00
  5. Georgia — 6:08.13
  6. Indiana — 6:08.26
  7. Louisville — 6:08.32
  8. Stanford — 6:08.77

Leon Marchand — 500 Freestyle

  • NCAA Record: 4:06.18— Leon Marchand, ASU (2023)
  • Meet Record: 4:06.61 — Matthew Sates, Georgia (2022)
  • American Record: 4:06.32 — Kieran Smith, Florida (2020)
  • U.S. Open Record: 4:06.18— Leon Marchand, ASU (2023)
  • Pool Record: 4:08.42 — Clark Smith, Texas (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: 4:07.37 – Luke Hobson, Texas

Top 8:

  1. Leon Marchand (Arizona State) — 4:02.31 *NCAA, U.S. Open, Meet, Pool Records* 
  2. Luke Hobson (Texas) — 4:06.93
  3. Jake Magahey (Georgia) — 4:07.12
  4. Gabriel Jett (Cal) — 4:10.68
  5. Charlie Hawke (Alabama) — 4:11.40
  6. Jack Hoagland (SMU) — 4:12.65
  7. Coby Carrozza (Texas) — 4:13.33
  8. Mason Mathias (Auburn) — 4:14.00

University of Florida — 200 Freestyle Relay

  • NCAA Record: 1:13.35 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, E. Friese, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Meet Record: 1:13.35 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, E. Friese, M. McDuff), 2023
  • American Record: 1:14.44 — NC State (Q. McCarty, D. Salls, N. Henderson, L. Miller), 2024
  • U.S. Open Record: 1:13.35 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, E. Friese, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Pool Record: 1:14.59 — Texas (B. Ringgold, J. Conger, T. Jackson, J. Schooling), 2017
  • 2023 Champion: 1:13.35 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, E. Friese, M. McDuff), 2023

Top 8: 

  1. Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M.McDuff) — 1:13.49 *Pool Record*
  2. Cal (J. Alexy, B. Seeliger, L. Bell, D. Lasco) — 1:13.86
  3. Arizona State (J. Dolan, I. Kharun, C. Peel, J. Kulow) — 1:13.95
  4. NC State — 1:14.13 *American Record*
  5. Tennessee — 1:14.38
  6. Auburn — 1:15.05
  7. Virginia Tech — 1:15.32
  8. Notre Dame — 1:15.42

Luke Hobson — 200 Freestyle

Top 8:

  1. Luke Hobson (Texas) — 1:28.81 *NCAA, Meet, American, U.S. Open, Pool Record*
  2. Jack Alexy (Cal) — 1:29.75
  3. Chris Guiliano (Notre Dame) — 1:30.38
  4. Charlie Hawke (Alabama) — 1:30.58
  5. Rafael Miroslaw (Indiana) — 1:30.84
  6. Jordan Crooks (Tennessee) — 1:31.03
  7. Gabriel Jett (Cal) — 1:31.16
  8. Murilo Sartori (Louisville) — 1:32.12

Liam Bell — 100 Breaststroke

  • NCAA Record: 49.69 — Ian Finnerty, Indiana (2018)
  • Meet Record: 49.69 — Ian Finnerty, Indiana (2018)
  • American Record: 49.69 — Ian Finnerty, Indiana (2018)
  • U.S. Open Record: 49.69 — Ian Finnerty, Indiana (2018)
  • Pool Record: 50.52 — Liam Bell, California (2024)
  • 2023 Champion: 50.00 – Max McHugh, Minnesota

Top 8: 

  1. Liam Bell (CAL) – 49.53 *NCAA, Meet, American, U.S. Open, & Pool Records* 
  2. Brian Benzing (TOWS) – 50.59
  3. Denis Petrashov (LOU) – 50.91
  4. Noah Nichols (UVA) – 50.93
  5. Carles Coll Marti (VT) – 51.06
  6. Josh Matheny (IU) – 51.07
  7. Julian Smith (FLOR) – 51.18
  8. Ron Polonsky (STAN) – 51.25

Arizona State — 400 Medley Relay

  • NCAA Record: 2:58.32 — Florida (A. Chaney, D. Hillis, J. Liendo, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Meet Record: 2:58.32 — Florida (A. Chaney, D. Hillis, J. Liendo, M. McDuff), 2023
  • American Record: 3:01.51 — Cal (R. Murphy, C. Hoppe, M. Josa, M. Jensen), 2017
  • U.S. Open Record: 2:58.32 — Florida (A. Chaney, D. Hillis, J. Liendo, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Pool Record: 2:59.22 — Texas (J. Shebat, W. Licon, J. Schooling, J. Conger), 2017
  • 2023 Champion: 2:58.32 — Florida (A. Chaney, D. Hillis, J. Liendo, M. McDuff)

Top 8:

  1. Arizona State – 2:57.32 *NCAA, U.S. Open, & Pool Records*
  2. California – 2:58.30
  3. NC State – 2:59.71
  4. Indiana – 3:00.20
  5. Stanford & Tennessee – 3:01.97
  6. Virginia Tech – 3:02.34
  7. Texas – 3:02.44

DQ: Florida – 2:57.52

Destin Lasco — 200 Backstroke

  • NCAA Record: 1:35.69 – Hubert Kos, Arizona State (2024)
  • Meet Record: 1:35.73 – Ryan Murphy, Cal (2016)
  • American Record: 1:35.73 – Ryan Murphy, Cal (2016)
  • U.S. Open Record: 1:35.69 – Hubert Kos, Arizona State (2024)
  • Pool Record: 1:36.05 – Destin Lasco, Cal (2024)
  • 2023 Champion: Destin Lasco (Cal) – 1:35.87

Top 8:

  1. Destin Lasco (Cal) — 1:35.37 *NCAA, Meet, American, U.S. Open, Pool Record*
  2. Hubert Kos (Arizona State) — 1:35.90
  3. Owen McDonald (Arizona State) — 1:36.63
  4. Jonny Marshall (Florida) — 1:37.04
  5. Kacper Stokowski (NC State) — 1:38.15
  6. Bradley Dunham (Georgia) — 1:38.43
  7. Brendan Burns (Indiana) — 1:38.62
  8. Tommy Janton (Notre Dame) — 1:40.25

Leon Marchand — 200 Breaststroke

  • NCAA Record: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • Meet Record: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • American Record: 1:47.91 – Will Licon, Texas (2017)
  • U.S. Open Record: 1:46.91 – Leon Marchand, Arizona State (2023)
  • Pool Record: 1:47.91 – Will Licon, Texas (2017)
  • 2023 Champion: Leon Marchand (Arizona State) – 1:46.91

Top 8:

  1. Leon Marchand (Arizona State) — 1:46.35 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open, Pool Record*
  2. Matt Fallon (Penn) — 1:48.48
  3. Carles Coll Marti (Virginia Tech) — 1:49.99
  4. Liam Bell (Cal) — 1:50.15
  5. David Schlicht (Arizona State) — 1:50.67
  6. Noah Nichols (Virginia) — 1:50.69
  7. Jassen Yep (Indiana) — 1:51.51
  8. Jack Kelly (Brown) — 1:53.27

Arizona State — 400 Freestyle Relay

  • NCAA Record: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Meet Record: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • American Record: 2:44.31 — NC State (R. Held, J. Ress, J. Molacek, C. Stewart), 2018
  • U.S. Open Record: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023
  • Pool Record: 2:45.39 — Texas (B. Ringgold, J. Conger, T. Haas, J. Schooling), 2017
  • 2023 Champion: 2:44.07 — Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff), 2023

Top 8:

  1. Arizona State (L. Marchand, J. Dolan, P. Sammon, J. Kulow) — 2:43.40 *NCAA, Meet, U.S. Open, Pool Record*
  2. Florida (J. Liendo, A. Chaney, J. Smith, M. McDuff) — 2:44.21
  3. Cal (J. Alexy, D. Lasco, M. Jensen, B. Seeliger) — 2:44.46
  4. NC State — 2:45.29
  5. Tennessee — 2:45.38
  6. Virginia Tech — 2:45.97
  7. Stanford — 2:46.06
  8. Notre Dame — 2:46.46

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jim
2 months ago

Just looking at Marchand’s 500 free – given he already has Phelps’ 400 IM record LCM, and the amount of work that has to go into prepping for it, would it be at all possible that Marchand chooses the 400 free instead given his 500 free (I know yards is totally different, but we clearly know his translation to LCM) on the 1st day of swimming at the olympics?

To me it seems like he could go for the 400 free world record (3:40.07) which seems like goals of his is to rewrite as many records as possible….it also may allow him to recover a little quicker for the other events he’ll have the rest of the week at the… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by jim
LM01
2 months ago

Is there an article about which men’s teams outperformed their seed time placement? If so, link please?

Long Strokes
2 months ago

Cal lost, order has been restored!

Alex Wilson
2 months ago

Imagine not using poolside smh he’s the og

Texas Swimming
2 months ago

All due to the sprint revolution

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