Ohio State senior Josie Panitz will remain in Columbus next season to use her fifth year of collegiate eligibility with the Buckeyes.
The Men’s NCAA Championships have been nothing short of historic thus far. It was hard to narrow them down, but here’s a selection of my favorite photos.
Marchand swam the fastest split ever in the 50 breast and Minnesota’s Max McHugh swam the second fastest ever tonight.
All session of the meet will be livestreamed on ESPN+ (with paid subscription) with separate times for the diving events and the 1650 heats.
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The Texas men have own the last two NCAA titles in the 400 free relay in years when Cal won the team title. Cal won in 2021 when Texas won the team title. Can the Bears unite the two?
Kentucky’s Levi Sandidge is the top seed in the men’s mile at the NCAA Championships by more than 3 seconds, but can he escape the freshman curse in this event?
Andy Hardt, aka Livestream Andy, is full of swimming as the NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships are just a few hours away.
The men’s teams have arrived in Minneapolis for 2023 Men’s NCAAs. Check out their travels, arrivals, and adventures on social media here.
All SwimSwam writers have picked Arizona State’s Leon Marchand to win both the 200 breast and 400 IM while a majority of us have him picked to win the 200 IM
Despite losing key pieces to graduation, Harvard is still sending all five relays to NCAAs. They’re 1 of 27 schools qualified to swim at least 1 relay.
Cal remains the unanimous selection to repeat as national champions this week at the Men’s NCAA Championships.
After setting a new NCAA record at PAC-12s, Leon Marchand looks to hold off the hometown favorite Max McHugh for a second straight NCAA 200 breast title.
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