Texas Longhorns Solidify 15th NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Title

texas-longhorns
Photo Courtesy: Mike Comer/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

Texas Longhorns Solidify 15th NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Title

The Texas Longhorns won their 15th NCAA title in men’s swimming and diving in Greensboro, North Carolina with a 27 point win over California 595 – 568. This is Texas’ 15th total national title and their sixth in the last 11 years, as Cal finished in the top two for the 11th straight year.

Texas is the first team since Auburn in 2006 to win the men’s national title without winning an individual swimming event.

Florida finished in third place for their first top four since 2017, and Georgia finished fourth for their first top four finish since 1997.

Louisville finished fifth for the second straight season, matching a program high.

Full Results

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 21                      
 
  1. Texas                             595 
  2. California                        568
  3. Florida                           367 
  4. Georgia                           268
  5. Louisville                        211 
  6. Indiana                           207
  7. Ohio St                           180 
  8. NC State                          164
  9. Virginia                          152 
 10. Texas A&M                         151
 11. Virginia Tech                     135 
 12. Michigan                          106
 12. Arizona                           106 
 14. Stanford                           99
 15. Alabama                            91
 16. Missouri                           86
 17. Purdue                             83 
 18. Lsu                                68
 19. University of Miami                54 
 20. Tennessee                          48
 21. Georgia Tech                       40 
 21. Minnesota                          40
 23. Florida St                         32.5 
 24. UNC                                31
 25. Notre Dame                         29 
 26. Pittsburgh                         28
 27. Southern California                21 
 28. Wisconsin                          20
 29. Utah                               17.5 
 30. Kentucky                           14
 31. Penn St                            13 
 32. West Virginia                       5

Event Champions:

Most National Championships For Coaches

  • 15 – Eddie Reese
  • 11 – Mike Peppe
  • 9 – Peter Daland
  • 7 – Skip Kenney
  • 7 – David Marsh
  • 6 – Doc Counsilman
  • 6 – Matt Mann
  • 4 – Robert J.H. Kiphuth
  • 4 – Gus Stager
  • 4—Dave Durden
  • 2 – Randy Reese
  • 2 – Nort Thornton
  • 1 – Ron Ballatore
  • 1—Mike Bottom
  • 1 – Frank Busch
  • 1 – Ray Bussard
  • 1 – Jim Gaughran
  • 1 – Jon Urbanchek
  • 1—Richard Quick

Most Team Titles For Schools

  • 15 — Texas
  • 12 – Michigan
  • 11 – Ohio State
  • 9 – Southern California
  • 8 – Stanford
  • 8 – Auburn
  • 6 – Indiana
  • 6 – California
  • 4 – Yale
  • 2 – Florida
  • 1– Arizona
  • 1 – Tennessee
  • 1 – UCLA

MOST POINTS

  • 634 – Auburn – 2004
  • 632 – Stanford – 1992
  • 609.5 – Auburn – 2003
  • 599 – Stanford – 1998
  • 597.5 – Texas – 2001
  • 595 — Texas – 2021

1 comment

  1. avatar
    Diane

    Congrats to all. Especially to Eddie. Now you can really retire after this summer. You should all feel proud of this accomplishment. Kudos