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The final night of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship lived up to expectations, delivering multiple record setting performances. Swimming World’s chief photographer Peter H. Bick was on deck capturing the final night of action.
The Texas Longhorns captured their third straight team title. Clark Smith got the night rolling, touching first in a 1650 final that featured the four fastest times ever. Will Licon set another American record with his 100 breaststroke win. Their teammate Jack Conger set a third American record for the Longhorns when he won the 200 butterfly.
The Swimmer of the Meet Caeleb Dressel stopped the clock in a stunning 40.00 in the 100 freestyle, the fastest time ever. Cal’s Ryan Murphy completed a career sweep of the backstroke events. Miami freshman David Dinsmore claimed the platform diving title.