By Dan D’Addona. Two of the swimmers who traveled the furthest distances to swim collegiately made the biggest move in the first distance event at the NCAA Division I championships.
By David Rieder. Texas and Cal have occupied the top two spots in the team rankings at the NCAA championships each of the past two seasons, and both teams set
By David Rieder. One year ago, in the men’s NCAA final of the 200 IM, Will Licon was in major trouble at the halfway point. Buoyed by his typically-strong backstroke
By David Rieder. In one race and three heats, the men set the tone for an electric NCAA championships at the IUPUI Natatorium. With only the 800 free relay on
Written by Benny Liang, Swimming World College Intern One year ago at Georgia Tech’s McAuley Aquatic Center, Texas freshman Townley Haas broke out into the NCAA Division I scene, winning
Lander Eicholzer, Swimming World College Intern The Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships get underway in Indianapolis today. With That in mind, here are five races to keep an eye on.
By David Rieder. Picking race winners—sometimes straightforward and sometimes an exercise in futility. For last week’s women’s NCAA championships, the results fell somewhere in that first category, nailing 13 out
By David Rieder. The field was closing in, but Megan Kingsley dug deep. It was the fifth of nine heats of the 200 IM at the women’s NCAA championships, and