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ande
September 29th, 2014, 01:53 PM
NCAA Womens Swimming D1 (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-women/d1)


NCAA Mens Swimming D1 (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1)


2015 NCAAs

Men DI Championship
March 26-28, 2015
Campus Recreation & Wellness Center
Iowa City, Iowa

Women DI Championship
March 19-21, 2015
Greensboro Aquatic Center
Greensboro, N.C.

ande
February 19th, 2015, 07:14 AM
Conference time
SECs

http://www.auburntigers.com/livestats/c-swim/

ande
February 24th, 2015, 10:56 PM
http://texassports.com/news/2015/2/20/MSWIM_0220151327.aspx?path=mswim

sunruh
February 25th, 2015, 01:32 PM
new usa/ncaa/american record today...IN A TIME TRIAL!!!

1 Jack Conger SO TEX NT 1:39.31A
22.09 47.32 (25.23)
1:12.66 (25.34) 1:39.31 (26.65)

pwb
February 25th, 2015, 02:02 PM
new usa/ncaa/american record today...IN A TIME TRIAL!!!

1 Jack Conger SO TEX NT 1:39.31A
22.09 47.32 (25.23)
1:12.66 (25.34) 1:39.31 (26.65)Holy mackerel! Damn fast and supposedly done on a "little rest" and unshaved... I would've killed to do that in freestyle back in the day.

sunruh
February 25th, 2015, 02:21 PM
do ya think eddie will have him swim it at ncaa's? lol!!!

Rob Copeland
February 25th, 2015, 02:22 PM
new usa/ncaa/american record today...IN A TIME TRIAL!!!Isn't the Big 12 Championship just a Texas time trial?

jroddin
February 25th, 2015, 02:34 PM
new usa/ncaa/american record today...IN A TIME TRIAL!!!

1 Jack Conger SO TEX NT 1:39.31A
22.09 47.32 (25.23)
1:12.66 (25.34) 1:39.31 (26.65)

Now I know where I went wrong. I never took my 200y fly out in a 22.09...

Rob Copeland
February 25th, 2015, 02:37 PM
Now I know where I went wrong. I never took my 200y fly out in a 22.09...You might have been out that fast at the 25.

sunruh
February 25th, 2015, 04:04 PM
Isn't the Big 12 Championship just a Texas time trial?

it had not officially started yet.

however, even when it does start, yep pretty much. in a few events there are the other 2 teams

jroddin
February 25th, 2015, 04:33 PM
You might have been out that fast at the 25.

And your reaction time might have been that fast...

Rob Copeland
February 25th, 2015, 04:48 PM
And your reaction time might have been that fast...Hey, my reaction us usually in the low to mid teens!

__steve__
February 25th, 2015, 05:11 PM
Hey, my reaction us usually in the low to mid teens!Just start at the "on your marks"

knelson
February 26th, 2015, 12:09 AM
Cal women set new record in the 800 free relay at Pac-12s: http://swimswam.com/cal-women-smash-american-us-open-ncaa-records-in-800-free-relay-with-140-anchor-from-missy-franklin/

ande
February 26th, 2015, 04:17 PM
do ya think eddie will have him swim it at ncaa's? lol!!!

Jack is so versitile, Eddie has the challenge of figuring out which events and relays to enter Jack lead to the highest number of points for UT. UT has a lot of great flyers, Schooling, Conger, Clark Smith, Glass, Cooper

My guesses for Conger:

Thu
50 FR maybe

Fri
100 FL yes
100 BK Probably
200 FR maybe

Sat
200 FL probably
200 BK maybe

ande
February 26th, 2015, 09:08 PM
http://www.hawkeyesports.com/livestats/c-swim/

ande
February 26th, 2015, 09:13 PM
http://results.teamunify.com/pnws2/meets/15PAC12W/

ande
February 26th, 2015, 09:27 PM
Big 12 Conf meet results
http://sidearmstats.com/texas/swim/index.htm

jroddin
February 27th, 2015, 09:08 AM
Jack is so versitile, Eddie has the challenge of figuring out which events and relays to enter Jack lead to the highest number of points for UT. UT has a lot of great flyers, Schooling, Conger, Clark Smith, Glass, Cooper

My guesses for Conger:

Thu
50 FR maybe

Fri
100 FL yes
100 BK Probably
200 FR maybe

Sat
200 FL probably
200 BK maybe

If Texas is so deep with fliers, you have to wonder if Jack will swim the 200 back instead of 200 fly. Even if he were to win the 200 fly, it would be better for the team to get 2nd or 3rd in the 200 back if Texas has three other guys in the 200 fly final (i.e. more net points to the team).

What's ironic is Jack has the national high school record in the 500 free yet he isn't even mentioned to swim the 500.

ande
February 27th, 2015, 02:10 PM
If Texas is so deep with fliers, you have to wonder if Jack will swim the 200 back instead of 200 fly. Even if he were to win the 200 fly, it would be better for the team to get 2nd or 3rd in the 200 back if Texas has three other guys in the 200 fly final (i.e. more net points to the team).
What's ironic is Jack has the national high school record in the 500 free yet he isn't even mentioned to swim the 500.

Eddie also has to consider the best way to use him in his individual events and on relays.
Eddie will consider possible points and the also the toll that Jacks schedule of events is likely to take over the 3 days of NCAAs. To figure points he'll look at the depth of UT and possible competitors on other teams.

It will be harder for Jack to be fresh and race ready on day 2 and 3 of NCAAs, if on day 1, he races 2 hard 500s and a couple relays.

On Day 1, he's more likely to swim the 50 than the 500.
My guess for Day 1, is he just does relays then
doubles 100 fly & 100 bk on day 2 or the 200 fly & back on day 3, but if he does the 2 fly & bk on day 3 that's 4 hard races and if they need him on the 4x100 free relay, he won't be as fresh. So to me, doubling the 100 fly & back on day 2 and racing either the 200 fly or the 200 back on day 3, makes more sense.
UT has more depth & potential top scorers in the 200 fly than they do in the 200 back.
Further complicating things is he probably has a higher certainty to win the 2 fly than the 2 bk vs Ryan Murphy. Jack's having a great season and I can't wait to see how he & the horns do this season, this summer, next yr and at trials.

sunruh
February 27th, 2015, 02:22 PM
dear kid that is one of the few to ever go faster than michael phelps and the brand new usopen/american/ncaa record holder...yeah you are sitting out that event!!!

i just cant wrap my head around that one.

how do you not do the event in which you have the fastest time in history?

(insert name of epicly fast swimmer here) you are not doing your event. say what!!!!

jroddin
February 27th, 2015, 02:57 PM
dear kid that is one of the few to ever go faster than michael phelps and the brand new usopen/american/ncaa record holder...yeah you are sitting out that event!!!

i just cant wrap my head around that one.

how do you not do the event in which you have the fastest time in history?

(insert name of epicly fast swimmer here) you are not doing your event. say what!!!!

For argument's sake let's say Texas can go 1-2-3 in the 200 fly without Jack; or 1-2-3-4 with Jack. And let's say they don't have anybody to get top 3 in the 200 back. If Jack skips the 200 fly but gets 3rd in the 200 back, the team scores more points than going 1-2-3-4 in the 200 fly (the team replaces a 4th place finish with a 3rd place finish).

smontanaro
February 27th, 2015, 03:38 PM
For argument's sake let's say Texas can go 1-2-3 in the 200 fly without Jack; or 1-2-3-4 with Jack. And let's say they don't have anybody to get top 3 in the 200 back. If Jack skips the 200 fly but gets 3rd in the 200 back, the team scores more points than going 1-2-3-4 in the 200 fly (the team replaces a 4th place finish with a 3rd place finish).

So Jack Conger is cursed by his versatility. :)

The Fortress
February 27th, 2015, 03:42 PM
What's ironic is Jack has the national high school record in the 500 free yet he isn't even mentioned to swim the 500.

According to his swim swam interview, he's not swimming the 500 free this year. Last year, he practiced with the distance group and swam that event at meets. But he was disappointed overall with his season and his backstroke events. So he switched to the middle distance stroke group and attributes that training change to his improvement this year. I think he's already gone a 1:39 in the 200 back this year?

pwb
February 27th, 2015, 05:45 PM
The Texas men seem to be on fire. Beyond the fatigue impact of the 500 on day 1 for Conger, Texas has Clark Smith dropping 4:13s with ease and a number of other guys lined up right behind that. I am looking forward to watching NCAAs.

http://www.utexas.edu/sites/default/files/images/Tower-%231-for-Rose-Bowl-championship-from-2-1-4'-Jan_-2006-copy.jpg

ande
March 1st, 2015, 06:39 AM
Complete Results
http://texassports_com.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/2015/2/28/complete_results_2015_big_12.pdf

ande
March 3rd, 2015, 05:49 AM
http://swimswam.com/pac-12-psych-sheets-3-potential-murphy-nolan-matchups/

ande
March 3rd, 2015, 05:53 AM
NCAA information
http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1494&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en

Womens Preselection List is out
http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/30b6cd2b-e91f-406c-876b-57bf73b5cdcc/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20W%20Preselections%20OME%20Entry %20List.pdf

ande
March 5th, 2015, 03:09 AM
Pac 12 men live results
http://results.teamunify.com/pnws2/

ande
March 5th, 2015, 03:14 AM
NCAA DIVISION I SELECTIONS

NCAA DI Women -
Official Psych Sheet
http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/8623805c-2c9e-4edc-b2c3-aada5984b17a/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20W%20-%20Official%20Psych%20Sheet.pdf

NCAA DI Women - Official Invited Swimmers by Team
http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/e6092be7-c529-4cf6-a1e9-ff6b3e42f12a/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20W%20-%20Official%20Invited%20Swimmers%20by%20Team.pdf

NCAA DI Women - Official List of Eligible Institutions for Relay Events
http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/4a405573-cfb9-45bb-8736-21baa3694c92/RelayEligibleInstitutions_2015DIWSD.pdf

ande
March 5th, 2015, 10:48 AM
American Short Course,
March 5 - 7, 2015
Austin, TX

http://www.utexas.edu/longhornaquatics/2015/01/american-short-course-march-5-7-2015/

Michael Phelps is at the meet & trained in UTs pool at noon Wed March 4th next to Longhorn Masters noon practice

Psych Sheet (http://www.utexas.edu/longhornaquatics/wp-content/uploads/amsc-psych-sheet.pdf)

Results
http://sidearmstats.com/texas/swim/index.htm

ande
March 6th, 2015, 04:46 PM
pretty incredible to see that record finally fall

Event 4 Men 200 Yard IM
================================================== =======================
Pac 12: P 1:41.21 3/28/2013 Dave Nolan, STAN-PC
Pac 12 Meet: M 1:41.49 2014 Dave Nolan, STAN-PC
NCAA: N 1:40.49 3/26/2009 Bradley Ally, Florida
1:42.76 A Standard
1:49.09 B Standard
Name Year School Prelims Finals Points
================================================== =======================
=== A - Final ===

1 Nolan, Dave SR STAN-PC
1:40.07 NA 20
r:+0.73
21.96
46.91 (24.95)
1:15.96 (29.05)
1:40.07 (24.11)

I'm pretty certain at some point Phelps or Lochte could have broken this record but it wasn't a priority.

ande
March 9th, 2015, 11:24 AM
2015 NCAAs

Women D1 Swimming & Diving Championships are set

Thu March 19 - 21, 2015

Greensboro Aquatic Center
Greensboro, N.C.

NCAA Womens Swimming D1 (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-women/d1)

USA Swimming NCAA Site (http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1494&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en)

ande
March 9th, 2015, 11:31 AM
NCAA Mens Swimming D1 (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1)

Men D1 Championship
March 26-28, 2015
Campus Recreation & Wellness Center
Iowa City, Iowa

NCAA Selections

All the swims are done, soon we will see the "NCAA DI Men Pre-Selections Entry List"
A few days after that we will see the Qualification List / Psych Sheet that will show the invited swimmers with their events in which they achieved an automatically qualifying “A” cut standard or an invited “B” cut standard above the dotted “invited” line and their optional event “B” cut times below the line.

The Invited Swimmers By Team Report will show each athlete that was selected by team, and lists the events they were selected in. It does not include optional events. Please see the Qualification List to view all individual event entries.

At this point we just need to keep checking
USASwimming.org's NCAA INFORMATION site (http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1494&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en)

The questions are
Where will the meet invite cuts fall? (which row? 28, 29, 30 or 31?)
who is in and who is out?

ande
March 9th, 2015, 04:15 PM
Division I Main Menu (http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1965&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en)


Welcome to the NCAA Division I Main Menu

• Roster Maintenance - Use this tool to make adds/edits to your roster.

• Roster Download - Download a Hy-Tek roster for any team in the NCAA.

• Times Search - Search for an individual's NCAA times

• Event Rank - Find up-to-date rankings for each event

• Top Times Report - Run a top times report for your Division or Conference

ande
March 10th, 2015, 11:47 AM
2015 NCAA DI Men Pre-Selections Entry List (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/df24cc9d-9191-4722-8601-15bf2bd5a555/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20M%20Preselections%20OME%20Entry %20List.pdf) is out
so the question now is:

How many rows go?

ande
March 11th, 2015, 08:30 AM
Scoring the D1 Mens Psych Sheet
http://swimswam.com/scoring-out-the-2015-ncaa-di-psych-sheet-mens-edition/

ande
March 11th, 2015, 11:30 AM
NCAA DI Men - Official Psych Sheet (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/ea269ea2-5821-4f30-aae6-6a3cb2df465b/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Psych%20Sheet.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official Invited Swimmers by Team (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/1e254342-efc6-4a06-9b4d-1008c3ce6383/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Invited%20Swimmers%20by%20Team.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official List of Eligible Institutions for Relay Events (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/d61bcea6-0ba2-4a3f-9170-5e7ea8f78119/RELAYS_15DI_MSW_EligibleInstitutions_031015_MB_kaw .pdf)

Allen Stark
March 23rd, 2015, 10:14 PM
Any place we can view videos of the races after the fact?

ande
March 25th, 2015, 01:35 PM
2015 NCAA Men’s DI Swimming And Diving Championships (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1) begins tomorrow, Thu Mar 26th
below you will find most of the important info about the meet which will enable you to completely geek out.


LIVE RESULTS (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/livestats/c-swim/)


2015 NCAA Championships: IOWA SPORTS PAGE (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/2015NCAAChampionships.html)

on that page you can find links to the Live Video feed:

• Session 1 - March 26 - 11 a.m.
• Session 2 - March 26 - 7 p.m.
• Session 3 - March 27 - 11 a.m.
• Session 4 - March 27 - 7 p.m. (ESPN3)
• Session 5 - March 28 - 11 a.m.
• Session 6 - March 28 - 7 p.m. (ESPN3)

Meet Schedule

Thursday, March 26 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Freestyle Relay
500 Freestyle
200 IM
50 Freestyle
400 Medley Relay

1-Meter Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.


Thursday, March 26 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
200 Freestyle Relay
500 Freestyle
200 IM
50 Freestyle
1-Meter Diving
400 Medley Relay


Friday, March 27 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Medley Relay
400 IM
100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke

3-Meter Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.


Friday, March 27 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
200 Medley Relay
400 IM
100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke
3-Meter Diving
800 Freestyle Relay


Saturday, March 28 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
400 Freestyle Relay

Platform Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.

1,650 Freestyle (Early Heats) - 4:45 p.m.


Saturday, March 28 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
1,650 Freestyle (Last Heat of Timed Finals)
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
Platform Diving
400 Freestyle Relay



NCAA DI Men - Official Psych Sheet (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/ea269ea2-5821-4f30-aae6-6a3cb2df465b/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Psych%20Sheet.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official Invited Swimmers by Team (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/1e254342-efc6-4a06-9b4d-1008c3ce6383/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Invited%20Swimmers%20by%20Team.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official List of Eligible Institutions for Relay Events (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/d61bcea6-0ba2-4a3f-9170-5e7ea8f78119/RELAYS_15DI_MSW_EligibleInstitutions_031015_MB_kaw .pdf)


ARTICLES:

THU Events

50 FR http://swimswam.com/m-ncaa-picks-50-freestyle-gkolomeev-and-tandy-back-to-defend-title

200 IM http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-american-record-holder-nolan-leads-six-returners

400 Medley Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-alabama-usc-and-michigan-among-top-contenders-in-400-medley-relay

FRI Events

100 FL http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-texas-strongest-event-100-fly-features-title-hungry-schooling-and-conger

200 FR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-cristian-quintero-has-a-clear-shot-at-the-200-freestyle-title

100 BR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-100-breaststroke-field-getting-faster-kevin-cordes-with-trouble-on-his-hands

100 bk http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-murphy-looking-to-repeat-in-100-back/

800 FR Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-four-teams-bunched-up-as-trojans-look-to-defend-800-free-relay-title

SAT Events

200 Medley Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-200-medley-relay-up-for-grabs-but-schooling-might-make-the-difference-for-texas

200 BK http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-200-back-american-record-in-jeopardy-murphy-seeded-faster-than-last-year

100 FR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-gkolomeev-brings-serious-speed-to-100-free-but-faces-several-threats

200 BR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-kevin-cordes-seeded-fifth-in-the-200-breaststroke-has-a-target-on-his-back




http://swimswam.com/the-32-most-valuable-swimmers-at-2015-mens-ncaas-part-i

2015 Men’s NCAA DI Championships: Graphical Analysis of Team Race
http://swimswam.com/2015-mens-ncaa-di-championships-graphical-analysis-of-team-race

http://swimswam.com/2015-mens-ncaa-swimming-and-diving-championship-competition-pool-breakdown

Scoring the D1 Mens Psych Sheet
http://swimswam.com/scoring-out-the-2015-ncaa-di-psych-sheet-mens-edition/


UT

Texas Relay Conundrum (http://swimswam.com/texas-relay-conundrum/)

http://swimswam.com/video-texas-longhorns-preview-ncaa-championships-with-senior-tripp-cooper

CAL V Texas (http://swimswam.com/cal-v-texas-the-swimming-rivalry)

Swimming World Coverage:
http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/2015-ncaa-mens-di-swimming-and-diving-championships/

ande
March 26th, 2015, 01:08 PM
Meet began at 11 Central
200 IM in the water

Heat sheet (http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-swim/auto_pdf/2014-15/misc_non_event/2015_thursday_prelim_heatsheet.pdf)


LIVE RESULTS (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/livestats/c-swim/)


2015 NCAA Championships: IOWA SPORTS PAGE (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/2015NCAAChampionships.html)

scrool down for Live Video feed audio: announcer Sam Kendricks
• Session 1 - March 26 - 11 a.m.


2015 NCAA Men’s DI Swimming And Diving Championships (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1) begins tomorrow, Thu Mar 26th
below you will find most of the important info about the meet which will enable you to completely geek out.


LIVE RESULTS (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/livestats/c-swim/)


2015 NCAA Championships: IOWA SPORTS PAGE (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/2015NCAAChampionships.html)

on that page you can find links to the Live Video feed:

• Session 1 - March 26 - 11 a.m.
• Session 2 - March 26 - 7 p.m.
• Session 3 - March 27 - 11 a.m.
• Session 4 - March 27 - 7 p.m. (ESPN3)
• Session 5 - March 28 - 11 a.m.
• Session 6 - March 28 - 7 p.m. (ESPN3)

Meet Schedule

Thursday, March 26 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Freestyle Relay
500 Freestyle
200 IM
50 Freestyle
400 Medley Relay

1-Meter Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.


Thursday, March 26 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
200 Freestyle Relay
500 Freestyle
200 IM
50 Freestyle
1-Meter Diving
400 Medley Relay


Friday, March 27 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Medley Relay
400 IM
100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke

3-Meter Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.


Friday, March 27 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
200 Medley Relay
400 IM
100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke
3-Meter Diving
800 Freestyle Relay


Saturday, March 28 - PRELIMS - 11 a.m.
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
400 Freestyle Relay

Platform Diving Prelims - 1:45 p.m.

1,650 Freestyle (Early Heats) - 4:45 p.m.


Saturday, March 28 - FINALS - 7 p.m.
1,650 Freestyle (Last Heat of Timed Finals)
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
Platform Diving
400 Freestyle Relay



NCAA DI Men - Official Psych Sheet (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/ea269ea2-5821-4f30-aae6-6a3cb2df465b/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Psych%20Sheet.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official Invited Swimmers by Team (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/1e254342-efc6-4a06-9b4d-1008c3ce6383/2015%20NCAA%20DI%20Men%20-%20Official%20Invited%20Swimmers%20by%20Team.pdf)

NCAA DI Men - Official List of Eligible Institutions for Relay Events (http://www.usaswimming.org/_Rainbow/Documents/d61bcea6-0ba2-4a3f-9170-5e7ea8f78119/RELAYS_15DI_MSW_EligibleInstitutions_031015_MB_kaw .pdf)


ARTICLES:

THU Events

50 FR http://swimswam.com/m-ncaa-picks-50-freestyle-gkolomeev-and-tandy-back-to-defend-title

200 IM http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-american-record-holder-nolan-leads-six-returners

400 Medley Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-alabama-usc-and-michigan-among-top-contenders-in-400-medley-relay

FRI Events

100 FL http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-texas-strongest-event-100-fly-features-title-hungry-schooling-and-conger

200 FR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-cristian-quintero-has-a-clear-shot-at-the-200-freestyle-title

100 BR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-100-breaststroke-field-getting-faster-kevin-cordes-with-trouble-on-his-hands

100 bk http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-murphy-looking-to-repeat-in-100-back/

800 FR Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-four-teams-bunched-up-as-trojans-look-to-defend-800-free-relay-title

SAT Events

200 Medley Relay http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-200-medley-relay-up-for-grabs-but-schooling-might-make-the-difference-for-texas

200 BK http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-200-back-american-record-in-jeopardy-murphy-seeded-faster-than-last-year

100 FR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-gkolomeev-brings-serious-speed-to-100-free-but-faces-several-threats

200 BR http://swimswam.com/2015-m-ncaa-picks-kevin-cordes-seeded-fifth-in-the-200-breaststroke-has-a-target-on-his-back




http://swimswam.com/the-32-most-valuable-swimmers-at-2015-mens-ncaas-part-i

2015 Men’s NCAA DI Championships: Graphical Analysis of Team Race
http://swimswam.com/2015-mens-ncaa-di-championships-graphical-analysis-of-team-race

http://swimswam.com/2015-mens-ncaa-swimming-and-diving-championship-competition-pool-breakdown

Scoring the D1 Mens Psych Sheet
http://swimswam.com/scoring-out-the-2015-ncaa-di-psych-sheet-mens-edition/


UT

Texas Relay Conundrum (http://swimswam.com/texas-relay-conundrum/)

http://swimswam.com/video-texas-longhorns-preview-ncaa-championships-with-senior-tripp-cooper

CAL V Texas (http://swimswam.com/cal-v-texas-the-swimming-rivalry)

Swimming World Coverage:
http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/2015-ncaa-mens-di-swimming-and-diving-championships/

ande
March 27th, 2015, 11:26 AM
Good Morning

Day 2 of the 2015 NCAA Div 1 Swimming and Diving Championships

Here's the Link to Last nights Results (http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-swim/auto_pdf/2014-15/misc_non_event/thursdayfinalsresultsncaa.pdf)
There were some truly incredible swims.
Let's talk about em and celebrate!

Prelims begin at 11:00 am Central


Friday, March 27 Prelim Heat Sheets (Updated) (http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/iowa/sports/m-swim/auto_pdf/2014-15/misc_non_event/friday_prelims_new.pdf)


LIVE RESULTS (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/livestats/c-swim/)



2015 NCAA Championships: IOWA SPORTS PAGE (http://www.hawkeyesports.com/sports/m-swim/spec-rel/2015NCAAChampionships.html)

If you click on the IOWA Page & scrool down a bit you will find the link to
Live Video
then click on
Session 3 - March 27 - 11 a.m.
FYI last night the audio feed was around 30 seconds ahead of the video feed and very often it was showing nothing or the score board instead of Swimmers Racing.
you can also scroll to the bottom right corner of the live feed and click on a "thinga ma jig" to expand the video to fill your entire screen (hit the ESC button to make it smaller)

Swim Swam has a ton of articles on what's happening (http://swimswam.com)


The bottom of each Live Result Finals Page shows the current team standings

Day 1 Team Results:

Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 6

01. Texas 171
02. California 119
03. Florida 108
04. Michigan 105
05. Alabama 79
06. Southern Cali 77
07. Stanford 75
08. Auburn 67
09. Georgia 61.5
10. Arizona 54.5
11. NC State 53.5
12. Missouri 49
13. Miami (Fl) 29
13. Indiana 29
15. Purdue 20
16. UNC 18.5
17. Ohio St 17
18. Georgia Tech 14
19. Univ of Utah 12.5
20. Unlv (M) 12
20. Tennessee 12
22. Wisconsin 10
23. Louisville 9
24. Texas A&M 4.5
25. Minnesota 4
26. South Carolina 2
26. Virginia Tech 2
26. Northwestern 2
29. Florida St 1

Roland Wolfe
March 27th, 2015, 11:28 AM
Amazing swimming last night.
Kudos to Clark Smith, new NCAA champion in the 500 free. Masterful job coming home - 24:03 for the final 50! After the race the announcer said "You'll never see a better race than that!" Pappa John, can you contain your delight?
1 Smith, Clark SO Texas 4:11.17 4:09.72 20
r:+0.69 22.69 47.35 (24.66)
1:12.54 (25.19) 1:38.02 (25.48)
2:03.47 (25.45) 2:28.97 (25.50)
2:54.51 (25.54) 3:20.11 (25.60)
3:45.69 (25.58) 4:09.72 (24.03)

John Smith
April 1st, 2015, 06:42 PM
He damn near gave me a coronary on the last 50. I was leaning over the glass railing screaming at him.... "Now Clark !!... Now !!!!". Still can't believe he did it. Hope they didn't get me on ESPN.

Proud of that boy. He works hard....... can't tell you how hard he works.


[QUOTE=Roland Pappa John, can you contain your delight?

1 Smith, Clark SO Texas 4:11.17 4:09.72 20
r:+0.69 22.69 47.35 (24.66)
1:12.54 (25.19) 1:38.02 (25.48)
2:03.47 (25.45) 2:28.97 (25.50)
2:54.51 (25.54) 3:20.11 (25.60)
3:45.69 (25.58) 4:09.72 (24.03)[/QUOTE]

ElaineK
April 1st, 2015, 09:35 PM
Congratulations to your son! You must really be a proud "Pappa." :bliss:

knelson
April 2nd, 2015, 01:40 AM
Yeah, that's awesome John. Tell him congrats from the USMS crew!

scyfreestyler
April 2nd, 2015, 09:48 AM
I saw the name in results and SwimSwam stories but didn't connect the dots. Congrats!

http://swimswam.com/eddie-reese-praises-clark-smith-he-is-just-getting-started/

ande
August 11th, 2015, 10:46 PM
http://swimswam.com/ncaa-releases-2015-16-ncaa-division-i-time-standards/

ande
September 23rd, 2015, 12:44 PM
It's Recruiting Season, this years the HS Seniors are starting to make verbal commitments.
Class of 2016 / College grad class of 2021
We're starting to see articles on swimswam.com and swimmingworld about who's committed to sign with various universities.
There's many still uncommitted. There's a lot more recruiting trips, I think each swimmer gets 6 official trips.
Signing day is the 2nd Wed in Nov, Wed Nov 11

http://www.collegeswimming.com/recruiting/

http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/category/college/

http://swimswam.com/college/

ande
February 4th, 2016, 02:49 PM
USA Swimming NCAA Site (http://usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1965&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en)

Men (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1)

Women (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-women/d1)

2016 Women's DI Championship
March 16-19, 2016
Georgia Tech Aquatic Center
Atlanta, Ga

2016 Men's DI Championships
March 23-26, 2016
Georgia Tech Aquatic Center
Atlanta, Ga.



2/16-20/2016 SEC Swimming and Diving Championship Columbia, Mo.
http://www.secsports.com/article/11037827/championships-swimming-diving

2/24-27/2016 Big 12 Championships Austin, Texas All Day
http://www.texassports.com/schedule.aspx?path=mswim

February 24 - 27, 2016 PAC 12 Women Federal Way, WA Weyerhaeuser King Co. Aquatic Center (Pac-12) TBD

March 2 - 5, 2016 PAC 12 Men Federal Way, WA Weyerhaeuser King Co. Aquatic Center (Pac-12) TBD

Sojerz
February 4th, 2016, 07:03 PM
2-17 to 2-20 ACC Women's Championships in Greensboro, NC
2-24 to 2-27 ACC Men's Championships in Greensboro, NC

I swam in '67-'69 and it seems that the number of dual meets has gradually decreased, the meet season seems to start earlier, but there are a few more invitational meets. Do you think this is to reduce cost or is part of a broader training scheme focused on championship meets.

ande
February 7th, 2016, 06:19 AM
https://swimswam.com/2016-conference-champ-primer-division-i/

ande
February 7th, 2016, 06:22 AM
2-17 to 2-20 ACC Women's Championships in Greensboro, NC
2-24 to 2-27 ACC Men's Championships in Greensboro, NC

I swam in '67-'69 and it seems that the number of dual meets has gradually decreased, the meet season seems to start earlier, but there are a few more invitational meets. Do you think this is to reduce cost or is part of a broader training scheme focused on championship meets.

Here's UT men's schedule
http://www.texassports.com/schedule.aspx?path=mswim&mobile=skip
They have a good number of dual meets

ande
February 17th, 2016, 03:43 PM
SECs have begun
http://stats.mutigers.com/live/sec/

Watch Caeleb Dressel Rock 18.39 NCAA, American & U.S. Open Record (https://swimswam.com/watch-caeleb-dressel-rock-18-39-ncaa-american-u-s-open-record/)

ande
February 25th, 2016, 10:07 AM
The Big 12 Conference Swimming Championships (http://www.texassports.com/news/2016/2/15/MSWIM_0215160557.aspx?path=mswim) have begun

Results (http://sidearmstats.com/texas/swim/index.htm)

knelson
February 26th, 2016, 12:07 PM
The "Big 12" Conference with a whopping three teams competing on the men's side. It's an embarrassment.

I love how the Big 12 now has 10 member schools and the Big Ten has 14!

Gary P
February 29th, 2016, 12:52 PM
I love how the Big 12 now has 10 member schools and the Big Ten has 14!

And we wonder why America is falling behind the rest of the world in math education.

ande
March 3rd, 2016, 05:10 AM
https://swimswam.com/65-teams-earn-ncaa-division-i-invites-official-psych-sheets/

ande
March 15th, 2016, 09:12 AM
Women's D1 NCAAs begins tomorrow
The Women's Championships are
March 16-19, 2016

Results
http://www.atlswim.net/LiveResults/2016NCAAW/index.htm

Info
http://m.ramblinwreck.com/m/sports/c-swim/spec-rel/ncaa-champ.html

Men's NCAAs are next week
Men's Championships are March 23-26, 2016.

USA Swimming NCAA page
http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1494&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en

ande
March 22nd, 2016, 12:41 PM
NCAA Articles

2016 NCAA DI Men's Championships (https://swimswam.com/event/2016-ncaa-d1-mens-championships/)

2016 SwimSwam NCAA Men’s Pick ‘Em Contest (https://swimswam.com/2016-swimswam-ncaa-mens-pick-em-contest/)

Wednesday Events
•800 Freestyle Relay

Thursday Events Prelims
•200 Freestyle Relay 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Barring DQs, It’s All NC State in 200 Free Relay (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-barring-dqs-nc-state-200-free-relay/)
•500 Free 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Clark Smith Targeting PVK’s 500 Free Records (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-clark-smith-targeting-pvks-500-free-records/)
•200 IM
•50 Free 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Dressel Toying with the 18-Second Barrier in 50 FR (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-dressel-toying-with-the-18-second-barrier-in-50-fr/)•One meter diving finals
•400 Medley Relay 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Texas, Cal Set For Another Epic 400 Medley Relay (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-texas-cal-set-another-epic-400-medley-relay/)

Friday Events
•400 IM
•100 Butterfly
•200 Free 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Plenty of Players for 200 Free Crown (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-lots-of-players-for-200-free-crown/)
•100 Breaststroke 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Big Graduations Leave 100 Breast Field Wide Open (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-cordes-fink-leave-100-breast-field-wide-open/)
•100 Backstroke
•3-meter diving finals
•200 Medley Relay

Saturday Events
•200 Back 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Murphy Seeks Three-Peat In 200 Back (https://swimswam.com/2016-mens-ncaa-preview-murphy-seeks-3-peat-200-back/)
•100 Free 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Dressel Hunts Down Morozov’s 100 Free Record (https://swimswam.com/2016-mens-ncaa-preview-can-dressel-take-morozovs-100-fr-record/)
•200 Breast 2016 M. NCAA Picks: Licon, Prenot Set To Duel In 200 Brea (https://swimswam.com/2016-m-ncaa-picks-licon-prenot-set-duel-200-breast/)
•200 Butterfly
•Platform Diving Finals
•400 Free Relay
Team Awards

ande
March 22nd, 2016, 12:43 PM
Men's D1 NCAAs Championships are Wed Mar 23 - Sat Mar 26, 2016

Psych Sheet (http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/geot/sports/c-swim/auto_pdf/2015-16/misc_non_event/MSDpsych.pdf)

Real Time Results (http://www.swmeets.com/Realtime/NCAA/2016/)

Watch Prelims Live (http://atlantaswimming.com/Webcast)

Watch Finals Live on ESPN (http://espn.go.com/watchespn/)

Meet Info (http://m.ramblinwreck.com/m/sports/c-swim/spec-rel/ncaa-champ.html)


Wednesday Events
Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific

•800 Freestyle Relay
Wednesday Heat Sheet (http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/geot/sports/c-swim/auto_pdf/2015-16/misc_non_event/WMSDheat.pdf)


Thursday Events
Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific
Heat Sheet
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/geot/sports/c-swim/auto_pdf/2015-16/misc_non_event/MSD-Thu-prelim.pdf

•200 Freestyle Relay
•500 Free
•200 IM
•50 Free
•One meter diving finals
•400 Medley Relay


Friday Events
Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific

•400 IM
•100 Butterfly
•200 Free
•100 Breaststroke
•100 Backstroke
•3-meter diving finals
•200 Medley Relay


Saturday Events
Prelims - 10 a.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Central / 7 a.m. Pacific
Finals - 6 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Pacific
3:45 p.m. - 4:50 p.m. 1,650 Freestyle early heats begin
4:50 p.m. - Free last heat of timed finals

•200 Back
•100 Free
•200 Breast
•200 Butterfly
•Platform Diving Finals
•400 Free Relay
Team Awards

Allen Stark
March 22nd, 2016, 01:39 PM
For the women, it looks like Stanford would have won the championship if their FR had not DQd.

ande
March 23rd, 2016, 07:36 PM
UT wins relay & Breaks NCAA & US Open Record

Freshman Townley Haas swims a lights out 1:30.5 split, JR Jack Conger leads off in with a 1:31.89
1 Texas 6:14.79 6:08.03NA 40
1) Conger, Jack JR
2) r:0.18 Haas, Townley FR
3) r:0.23 Smith, Clark JR
4) r:0.38 Schooling, Joseph SO

r:+0.71
21.19 44.31 (44.31)
1:08.02 (1:08.02) 1:31.89 (1:31.89)

1:52.30 (20.41) 2:15.25 (43.36)
2:38.78 (1:06.89) 3:02.41 (1:30.52)

3:23.74 (21.33) 3:47.03 (44.62)
4:11.39 (1:08.98) 4:35.69 (1:33.28)

4:56.10 (20.41) 5:19.03 (43.34)
5:43.17 (1:07.48) 6:08.03 (1:32.34)

no200fly
March 23rd, 2016, 08:23 PM
I just watched that relay - that was amazing.

knelson
March 26th, 2016, 09:43 PM
What an incredible meet overall. Both the women's and men's meets were incredibly fast this year.

sunruh
March 28th, 2016, 11:47 AM
yes everything under the 500 was blazing fast

i am still having a hard time trying to pick the swim of the meet or mvp

rtodd
March 28th, 2016, 02:14 PM
yes everything under the 500 was blazing fast

i am still having a hard time trying to pick the swim of the meet or mvp

Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.

Rob Copeland
March 28th, 2016, 02:18 PM
My vote for MVP would be Joseph Schooling 2 individual wins/records plus 2 relay wins/records (plus 1 non record relay win and 2 top 3 relay finishes) on the way to helping Texas win the title. Runners-up Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Murphy.

The swim of the meet… way too many to pick 1. But the race of the meet was the 1650; 3 different swimmers held the lead for 500 or more, but the winner (in the closest 1650 in NCAA championship history) held the lead for less than 5 yards. Chris Swanson the senior from Penn (the school’s first NCAA champ) split a 24.38 last 50 to run down the leader.


Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.or Licon’s 200 Breast or Murphy’s 200 Back or Schooling’s 200 Fly

knelson
March 28th, 2016, 02:26 PM
Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.

Murphy's backstrokes were pretty spectacular, too. I can't even fathom a 1:35 200 back.

rtodd
March 28th, 2016, 06:02 PM
Murphy's backstrokes were pretty spectacular, too. I can't even fathom a 1:35 200 back.

Yea, you are right, Murphy was crazy! how do you pick? I would say it was Haas' meet though. 200, 500 and a good 1650 as a Freshman.

joel schmaltz
March 28th, 2016, 09:13 PM
I'm glad I'm not the only one having trouble picking THE swim of the meet. I've changed my mind a few times but for me it was Murphy's 2BK. Incredibly fast meet.

Karl_S
March 28th, 2016, 10:51 PM
...
The swim of the meet… way too many to pick 1. But the race of the meet was the 1650; 3 different swimmers held the lead for 500 or more, but the winner (in the closest 1650 in NCAA championship history) held the lead for less than 5 yards. Chris Swanson the senior from Penn (the school’s first NCAA champ) split a 24.38 last 50 to run down the leader.
Agreed. I didn't have access to live streaming so I was only following the updates on SwimSwam, but that was a great race - several lead changes, then someone that nobody seems to have mentioned before the race makes up a nearly 3s deficit in the final 50 for UPenn's first ever Men's swimming NCAA championship. Very cool.


or Licon’s 200 Breast or Murphy’s 200 Back or Schooling’s 200 Fly
When Cordes set the 200 BR record just a couple of years ago I was sure that was one for the ages. It seemed absurdly fast. I'm stunned it has already gone down. Licon has a great win in the 4IM last year as well. I hope he can adjust to LCM. This guy is good.

Murphy is going to Rio, he isn't going to let 2 guys finis before him in the 2BK at trials. Good grief, 20.2 in the 50, 43 in the 100, 1:35 in the 200, those are solid freestyle times for all but the top D1 programs, and he has already proven he can swim fast LCM as well.

It would be cool if Conger goes to Rio in the 2fly, and races Schooling there, but that seems like a remote possibility.

sunruh
March 29th, 2016, 09:06 AM
consider this:
haas throws down the fastest *SPLIT* ever 1:30.52 in the 4x200 relay to help UT set a new ncaa record.
but wait
then he goes *FASTER* from a dead start at 1:30.46
nobody else went faster in their individual event after posting the fastest split in history on a relay!

Karl_S
March 29th, 2016, 10:35 AM
consider this:
haas throws down the fastest *SPLIT* ever 1:30.52 in the 4x200 relay to help UT set a new ncaa record.
but wait
then he goes *FASTER* from a dead start at 1:30.46
nobody else went faster in their individual event after posting the fastest split in history on a relay!
Didn't Eddie Reese say that Hass has done that before? (not the 1:30, but beating his relay split)
That was a great swim although I suspect that there are a few guys who could have gone sub-1:30 had they chosen to do a 200 SCY free shaved and tapered, Angel comes to mind.

Gary P
March 29th, 2016, 12:22 PM
Caleb's 100 or Haas' 200. Pick one.

So many great swims, but Haas' really stood out to me, largely because he's only a Freshman. Hard to imagine him not breaking the 1:30 barrier before he graduates.

Something that is easy to overlook, given all the great single swims that happened, was Dressel recording 4 of the 5 fastest 50 free times ever....all in a single day. Nobody else has ever swum it in under 18.40. He did it 4 times on Thursday, in the prelims and finals of the 50 free and as lead off swimmer for Florida's 200 Free Relay in both the prelims and the finals. In the 200 free relay, nobody else was able to out-split Dressel's flat-start 18.24 in the finals, even with a flying relay start.

Rob Copeland
March 29th, 2016, 12:40 PM
A quick comparison of the US Open records set at Men’s NCAA’s.



Event

Name

Time

*Next fastest

Prior

Sec. Drop

% Drop

NCAA 2nd

Time

Sec. Diff.

% Diff.



50 free

Caeleb Dressel

18.20

Cesar Cielo

18.47

0.27

1.46%

Simonas Bilis

18.84

0.64

3.40%



200 fly

Joseph Schooling

97.97

Jack Conger

99.31

1.34

1.35%

Jack Conger

98.06

0.09

0.09%



100 back

Ryan Murphy

43.49

Nick Thoman

44.07

0.58

1.32%

Connor Oslin

45.32

1.83

4.04%



200 back

Ryan Murphy

95.73

Ryan Lochte

96.81

1.08

1.12%

Jacob Pebley

98.50

2.77

2.81%



200 free

Townley Haas

90.46

Simon Burnett

91.20

0.74

0.81%

Matias Koski

91.54

1.08

1.18%



100 free

Caeleb Dressel

40.46

Vlad Morozov

40.75

0.29

0.71%

Simonas Bilis

41.18

0.72

1.75%



200 breast

Will Licon

108.12

Kevin Cordes

108.66

0.54

0.50%

Josh Prenot

109.38

1.26

1.15%



100 fly

Joseph Schooling

44.01

Austin Staab

44.18

0.17

0.38%

Caeleb Dressel

44.40

0.39

0.88%




*Next fastest – is the next fastest person swimming the event. In some cases the second fastest time was also by the record holder.

rtodd
March 29th, 2016, 03:00 PM
Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice. I hear he is a very good long course swimmer, even though I think NOVA swims primarily SCY.

Gary P
March 29th, 2016, 04:12 PM
Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice.

Hell, he went out at 20.90 in the 200! I'm not surprised that when you give him a flying relay start, and relieve him of the burden of having to swim another 150 yards in under 1:10, he can throw down a sub 19 second 50 relay split :agree:

Chris Stevenson
March 29th, 2016, 08:01 PM
Haas has incredible range and went 18 high (timing pads in) in his 50 relay split in practice. I hear he is a very good long course swimmer, even though I think NOVA swims primarily SCY.

NOVA swims entirely SCY in the summer.

knelson
March 30th, 2016, 01:25 AM
NOVA swims entirely SCY in the summer.

Wow. I have a feeling he might stay in Austin to train prior to Trials!

Townley looks a lot like a young Boris Becker.

FreeChamp
March 30th, 2016, 10:48 AM
I was hoping to see Clark Smith break the 500 record, but he really laid an egg.

rtodd
April 3rd, 2016, 04:02 PM
That's OK, you will,get to see Haas break it before he leaves Texas.

ande
March 14th, 2017, 11:19 AM
Women's D1 NCAA Championships begin tomorrow (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving).
March 15-18, 2017
Women’s Division I Swimming & Diving Championships (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-women/d1)

Schedule (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/IndianaSportsCorp/media/ImageLibrary/Indiana%20Sports%20Corp%20Staff/Women-s-Schedule.pdf)

Live Results http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm


Wednesday Live Stream
Results
Thursday Live Stream
Results
Friday Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results
Saturday Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results

Men begin in a week
March 22-25, 2017 | Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Championships

http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving

ande
March 17th, 2017, 01:23 PM
Wasn't Katie Ledecky's 4:24 500 last night Truly mind blowing and probably one of the greatest swimming achievements ever.
Back when I swam, 4:24.0 was a pretty fast guy time. I would love to see a male swimmer do a 500 that was as proportionally dominant.
How fast would that be? ( right now isn't the men's record 4:08.6 )
4:25.0 is holding 53.0 per 100, so she averaged 52's ( mind blown, will someone please help me find the pieces? )

Event 3 Women 500 Yard Freestyle
=================================
NCAA: N 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Meet: C 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
American: A 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
U.S. Open: O 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Pool: P 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Name Year School Prelims Finals NISCA Points
=====================================
A - Final ===

1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 4:28.37 4:24.06N 198 20
r:+0.68
24.41
50.65 (26.24)
1:16.83 (26.18)
1:43.49 (26.66)
2:10.07 (26.58)
2:37.07 (27.00)
3:04.11 (27.04)
3:31.14 (27.03)
3:58.03 (26.89)
4:24.06 (26.03)

sunruh
March 17th, 2017, 01:35 PM
no denying how good it was...12secs to 3rd place? 4 to 2nd

Leah Smith's 4:28 was equal to her silver medal in the 400m

yeah some guy has to get very close to be under 4:04 to be as impressive for win. not happening anytime soon i dont think.
to be that far ahead of the field? some guy needs a 3:58...might happen before i die...probably not

Gary P
March 17th, 2017, 03:16 PM
She goes out the first 200 in a time that would have qualified her 7th in the A final for the 200 free, then throws down three 100's at 53.5, 54.0, 52.9. Incredible!

cinc3100
March 17th, 2017, 10:22 PM
Wasn't Katie Ledecky's 4:24 500 last night Truly mind blowing and probably one of the greatest swimming achievements ever.
Back when I swam, 4:24.0 was a pretty fast guy time. I would love to see a male swimmer do a 500 that was as proportionally dominant.
How fast would that be? ( right now isn't the men's record 4:08.6 )
4:25.0 is holding 53.0 per 100, so she averaged 52's ( mind blown, will someone please help me find the pieces? )

Event 3 Women 500 Yard Freestyle
=================================
NCAA: N 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Meet: C 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
American: A 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
U.S. Open: O 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Pool: P 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
Name Year School Prelims Finals NISCA Points
=====================================
A - Final ===

1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 4:28.37 4:24.06N 198 20
r:+0.68
24.41
50.65 (26.24)
1:16.83 (26.18)
1:43.49 (26.66)
2:10.07 (26.58)
2:37.07 (27.00)
3:04.11 (27.04)
3:31.14 (27.03)
3:58.03 (26.89)
4:24.06 (26.03) Cool, time for Ledecky and teammate Ella Eastin getting back the 400 IM record.

knelson
March 18th, 2017, 12:46 AM
She goes out the first 200 in a time that would have qualified her 7th in the A final for the 200 free, then throws down three 100's at 53.5, 54.0, 52.9. Incredible!

Yet Mallory Comerford manages to tie her for first in the 200 tonight! I really expected Ledecky to go under 1:40 in the 200.

scyfreestyler
March 19th, 2017, 10:06 AM
Yet Mallory Comerford manages to tie her for first in the 200 tonight! I really expected Ledecky to go under 1:40 in the 200.

I expected the same. This puts into perspective just how impressive Missy Franklin's 1:39 truly is.

Karl_S
March 19th, 2017, 12:28 PM
I expected the same. This puts into perspective just how impressive Missy Franklin's 1:39 truly is.
The Olympic champion in the 100 goes head to head with the Olympic champion in the 200, presumably fully rested, tapered and psyched for the biggest SCY meet of the year and despite a ferocious challenge from yet a third swimmer, not one of the three gets within 1s of Franklin's 1:39.1. Franklin's time is awesome.

sunruh
March 20th, 2017, 12:47 PM
i didnt think she would be close considering the relay split of:
4) r:0.11 Katie Ledecky FR5:28.80 (23.35) 5:54.42 (48.97)
6:20.34 (1:14.89) 6:45.91 (1:40.46)

vs
1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 1:42.02 1:40.36P 188 18.5
r:+0.69 23.71 48.90 (25.19)
1:14.74 (25.84) 1:40.36 (25.62)

so she was .58 faster off the blocks in the relay and yet went .10 faster in the individual.

to me it looks like the relay record can be broken again!

Gary P
March 21st, 2017, 08:48 AM
The Olympic champion in the 100 goes head to head with the Olympic champion in the 200, presumably fully rested, tapered and psyched for the biggest SCY meet of the year and despite a ferocious challenge from yet a third swimmer, not one of the three gets within 1s of Franklin's 1:39.1. Franklin's time is awesome.

Exactly! Really puts into perspective just how good Franklin was in the very recent past. What happened to her in the 15 months between that swim (2015 NCAA's) and 2016 trials?

ande
March 21st, 2017, 12:31 PM
Exactly! Really puts into perspective just how good Franklin was in the very recent past. What happened to her in the 15 months between that swim (2015 NCAA's) and 2016 trials?
Something went real wrong between NCAAs to 2016 trials and the Olympics.

After she went PRO, Heard she went home and trained with her club team.

She's now back at CAL https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/missy-franklin-returning-to-cal-berkeley/

Allen Stark
March 21st, 2017, 02:18 PM
Something went real wrong between NCAAs to 2016 trials and the Olympics.

After she went PRO, Heard she went home and trained with her club team.

She's now back at CAL https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/missy-franklin-returning-to-cal-berkeley/

She hurt her back. She said it was OK, but her SDKs went from awesome to not that great.

Karl_S
March 21st, 2017, 08:37 PM
She hurt her back. She said it was OK, but her SDKs went from awesome to not that great.
When did Franklin ever have "awesome" SDK? (Not that I am in any position to judge, but in comparison to most elite backstrokers her's always seemed weak.)

Allen Stark
March 22nd, 2017, 12:21 AM
When did Franklin ever have "awesome" SDK? (Not that I am in any position to judge, but in comparison to most elite backstrokers her's always seemed weak.)

Point taken,I saw a video of her 2015 and 2016 SDKs and the difference was visible. I must admit that awesome was hyperbole, but the 2015 kick was keeping her close enough.

ande
March 22nd, 2017, 03:02 PM
Men's D1 NCAA Championships begin today in 3 hours
Wed March 22 - Sat. 25, 2017
Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Championships (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1)

Championship INFO (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving)

Schedule (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/IndianaSportsCorp/media/ImageLibrary/Indiana%20Sports%20Corp%20Staff/men-s-Schedule.pdf)

Live Results http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm

Remember Indy is in the Eastern Time Zone

Wednesday
Day 1
6:00 p.m. Eastern Finals 800 Freestyle Relay – timed final
Live Stream
Results

Thursday
Live Stream
Results

Friday
Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results

Saturday Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results

http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving

Karl_S
March 22nd, 2017, 08:45 PM
Four splits <1:31 in the 4x200 FR. Wow.

sunruh
March 23rd, 2017, 09:27 AM
ande,
your link is bad for realtime results

http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm

(http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm)ncstate sets new ncaa record
ut sets new american record
townley haas has fastest 200 ever
3 guys at 1:31
2 guys at 1:30!!!!
WOW!

not to mention ryan murphy - yeah the backstroke guy - takes cal from behind usc and passes with a 1:32.08!!!
and gunnar bentz takes georgia from behind standford for the pass with a 1:32.02!!!

Rob Copeland
March 23rd, 2017, 10:16 AM
Caeleb Dressel 17.99 going 2nd in 200 Free Relay. And 18 others under 19! It's going to be a fast meet.

ande
March 23rd, 2017, 10:44 AM
Event 2 Men 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
================================================== ==================
NCAA: N 1:14.08 3/28/2009 Auburn
J Andkjaer, G Louw, K Norys, M Targett
Championship: C 1:14.08 3/28/2009 Auburn
J Andkjaer, G Louw, K Norys, M Targett
American: A 1:15.26 3/24/2011 Stanford
A Coville, A Staab, J Allen, A Wayne
U. S. Open: O 1:14.08 3/28/2009 Auburn
J Andkjaer, G Louw, K Norys, M Targett
Pool: P 1:15.48 Auburn
School Seed Prelims
================================================== ==================
=== Preliminaries ===

1 Texas 1:16.73 1:15.35P
r:+0.64
9.28 19.22 (19.22) 1) Jackson, Tate SO
28.12 (8.90) 37.97 (18.75) 2) r:0.34 Ringgold, Brett JR
46.85 (8.88) 56.90 (18.93) 3) r:0.23 Shebat, John SO
1:05.51 (8.61) 1:15.35 (18.45) 4) r:0.12 Conger, Jack SR

2 Florida 1:15.67 1:15.52
1) Martinez Scarpe, Enzo JR 2) r:0.32 Dressel, Caeleb JR
3) r:0.13 Switkowski, Jan JR 4) r:0.31 Blyzinskyj, Jack SR
r:+0.66 9.44 19.57 (19.57)
28.06 (8.49) 37.56 (17.99)
46.40 (8.84) 56.48 (18.92)
1:05.46 (8.98) 1:15.52 (19.04)

3 NC State 1:16.27 1:15.56
1) Held, Ryan JR 2) r:0.36 Schiellerup, Anreas SR
3) r:0.25 Ress, Justin SO 4) r:0.25 Johnson, Scott SR
r:+0.64 8.94 18.58 (18.58)
27.58 (9.00) 37.60 (19.02)
46.31 (8.71) 56.33 (18.73)
1:05.25 (8.92) 1:15.56 (19.23)

4 California 1:16.46 1:16.11
1) Sendyk, Pawel FR 2) r:0.31 Jensen, Michael FR
3) r:0.20 Lynch, Justin JR 4) r:0.09 Josa, Matthew JR
r:+0.66 9.07 19.00 (19.00)
28.02 (9.02) 38.05 (19.05)
47.00 (8.95) 57.13 (19.08)
1:05.97 (8.84) 1:16.11 (18.98)

5 Auburn 1:16.03 1:16.45
1) Apple, Zachary SO 2) r:0.32 Holoda, Peter JR
3) r:0.03 Kalontarov, Ziv SO 4) r:0.15 Darmody, Kyle SR
r:+0.64 9.12 19.01 (19.01)
28.07 (9.06) 38.07 (19.06)
46.93 (8.86) 57.24 (19.17)
1:06.28 (9.04) 1:16.45 (19.21)

6 Indiana 1:16.72 1:16.53
1) Khalafalla, Ali JR 2) r:0.11 Pieroni, Blake JR
3) r:0.17 Lorentz, Sam SR 4) r:0.23 Romany, Josh SO
r:+0.61 9.33 19.37 (19.37)
28.17 (8.80) 38.33 (18.96)
47.20 (8.87) 57.29 (18.96)
1:06.25 (8.96) 1:16.53 (19.24)

7 Missouri 1:17.33 1:16.78
1) Chadwick, Michael SR 2) r:0.33 Sansoucie, Andrew SR
3) r:0.19 Mankus, Luke SO 4) r:0.30 Schreuders, Mikel SO
r:+0.64 9.26 19.16 (19.16)
28.06 (8.90) 38.25 (19.09)
47.06 (8.81) 57.17 (18.92)
1:06.35 (9.18) 1:16.78 (19.61)

8 Alabama 1:16.40 1:16.91
1) Waddell, Zane FR 2) r:0.24 Kaliszak, Luke JR
3) r:0.19 Howard, Robert SO 4) r:0.24 Bams, Laurent JR
r:+0.71 9.55 19.53 (19.53)
28.73 (9.20) 38.82 (19.29)
47.91 (9.09) 57.79 (18.97)
1:06.85 (9.06) 1:16.91 (19.12)

ande
March 23rd, 2017, 11:08 AM
Men's D1 NCAA Championships begin today in 3 hours
Wed March 22 - Sat. 25, 2017
Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Championships (http://www.ncaa.com/sports/swimming-men/d1)

Championship INFO (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving)

Schedule (http://www.indianasportscorp.org/IndianaSportsCorp/media/ImageLibrary/Indiana%20Sports%20Corp%20Staff/men-s-Schedule.pdf)

Live Results (http://www.sidearmstats.com/ncaa/swimming/index.htm)

Remember Indy is in the Eastern Time Zone

Thursday
Live Stream
Results

Friday
Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results

Saturday
Prelims Live Stream
Finals Live Stream
Results

http://www.indianasportscorp.org/events/events-calendar/ncaa-swimming-diving

sunruh
March 23rd, 2017, 11:44 AM
remember when Joe Bottom made the cover of "SwimmingWorld" by being the 1st person under 20.00 in the 50 free?
yeah, today just 6 were entered in the 50 free slower than that out of 54!
and Dressel splits 17.99 on the 4x50 free relay!

sunruh
March 23rd, 2017, 02:55 PM
the UT relay was the fastest swim ever by 4 americans.

but the better question is this: do those 6 points matter? last year UT won by almost 200 over Cal.
last year schooling was on that relay...this year he is 2nd in prelims on the 50free. if he keeps that spot...are you willing to give up 6points in the relay to gain 17 in the 50free? i sure as heck would!

Rob Copeland
March 23rd, 2017, 02:59 PM
remember when Joe Bottom made the cover of "SwimmingWorld" by being the 1st person under 20.00 in the 50 free?
yeah, today just 6 were entered in the 50 free slower than that out of 54!
and Dressel splits 17.99 on the 4x50 free relay!
And including relay swimmers, over 80 swimmers were under 20!

NC State ... inferior talent? 4 guys between 1:30.67 and 1:32.26! Where do I sign up for this inferior swimming training!!!

sunruh
March 23rd, 2017, 03:14 PM
greece or denmark

knelson
March 23rd, 2017, 05:56 PM
greece or denmark

Maybe you and BraunMan need to get together...

cinc3100
March 24th, 2017, 08:50 PM
They brought in foreign ringers man who are using our system. Guys are fast in every event. I was more interested in the women swimmers but did keep up with the guys like Lincon doing breaststroke under 50 seconds. Mark Spitz years ago did that in fly.

sunruh
March 25th, 2017, 08:33 AM
all this talk about ncstate and the 4x200 free relay
yet, they only have 1 guy make the top 16 (7th) and score points in the 200 free.
whats up with that???!!!

what a spoiler by caleb dressels in the 100fly...wiped the record board clean with that 22.88 back half of the 100fly...wow!!!
was 4th at the 50 and then out swam the olympic gold medalist

ande
March 25th, 2017, 05:27 PM
Ignorant kid basher!

Schooling is sick with stomach flu symptoms. My guess is he skipped the 2 fly to rest up for the relay. It's just swimming & UT seems to have this win locked down.

He's a Singapore citizen. Brits, Aussies and
many other NCAA athletes speak with perfect English.

Hook Em


How about Schooling, Singapore boy, quitting on himself and his team in the 200 fly today? Dude talks with perfect English yet represents Singapore in the international competitions and bails out on his 200 fly today after being beaten by a true American in Dressel

Chris Stevenson
March 25th, 2017, 06:00 PM
Ignorant kid basher!

Schooling is sick with stomach flu symptoms. My guess is he skipped the 2 fly to rest up for the relay. It's just swimming & UT seems to have this win locked down.

He's a Singapore citizen. Brits, Aussies and
many other NCAA athletes speak with perfect English.

Hook Em

He didn't skip, he swam gamely but didn't make either final. Tough event to do if you are sick. Hopefully he will recover for the relay.

As for the rest: ignore the troll, he's a broken record at this point.

knelson
March 26th, 2017, 12:02 AM
I really apologize for saying "beetlejuice" three times and bringing BraunMan into this thread.

For the record English is the most widely spoken language in Singapore.

BraunMan
March 26th, 2017, 10:09 AM
I apologize, I realize I could have been much more diplomatic with the way I voiced opinions.

As a swimming fan, it was disappointing to see an athlete like Schooling bow out of the 200 fly in that way and not have what would have been an great battle with Conger as last year.

Its my opinion that if he had the juice to swim as fast as he did in 100 free and 100 fly (where he swam faster this year than last, but was still touched out by Dressel), he may not have beaten Conger but certainly should have been much closer than he was in the 200.

Although in retrospect, perhaps the time off after Rio caught up to him more in the 200.

Gary P
March 26th, 2017, 10:29 AM
She hurt her back. She said it was OK, but her SDKs went from awesome to not that great.

I thought she hurt her back in 2014?

Allen Stark
March 26th, 2017, 04:31 PM
I thought she hurt her back in 2014?

Yes, and then in 2015 she swam that amazing 200 free. I don't have any inside information,I just saw a video saying her back was still bothering her and analyzing her SDK from 2012 and 2016. Something wasn't right for her last year.

Chris Stevenson
March 26th, 2017, 05:54 PM
So much fast swimming (and falling records) in this meet. Remember when the discussion used to be that getting rid of tech suits would virtually halt all such record-setting?

My mind is still blown by that 40.00 100 free. It seems like just yesterday (to me) that breaking 20.0 in the 50 almost guaranteed you another swim at night.

Frank Thompson
March 26th, 2017, 06:32 PM
I just witnessed the greatest short course swim meet in my life at the 2017 Men's NCAA Swimming Championships. I don't know if I will ever see a more exciting race in the 1650 Free where there were 5 lead changes and where 5 swimmers during the race were under the American Record and the first 4 swimmers were under the American Record. Ryan Murphy won the 100 and 200 Back and joins only John Naber to accomplish this in those two events and joins only Pablo Morales and Brenden Hansen to accomplish this in NCAA history.

To witness Caeleb Dressel almost break the :40.00 second barrier and go 43.58 in the 100 Fly was exciting to see and makes you think about how far swimming is going and how low can records keep falling. This was another race where more than 1 swimmer broke the previous record and I remember when this record stood by Austin Staab for years and now in just the last 3 years, 3 swimmers have gone faster.

200 Breast another record and Licon going under 1:48 and when 3 years ago nobody thought that Kevin Cordes record would be touched for years. 400 IM and the record goes down to 3:33.42 and for many years no one could get under 3:36. 200 Fly at 1:37.35 and when Phelps went under 1:40 that was a big deal when he set the record.

All of the relays were fast and impressive and only one record remains from the 2009 suit era and that is the 200 Free Relay at 1:14.08 and Texas went 1:14.58. The surprise was NC State's 800 Free Relay at 6:06.53 and the only relay that Texas didn't win and I remember when hitting 6:10 was a big deal and now that has dropped 4 seconds.

If you ever get a chance, you have to see an NCAA meet live. It was and still remains that fastest short course meet in the world and the most exciting meet to witness. The team element and relays make it such an exciting event.

BraunMan
March 26th, 2017, 09:00 PM
I wonder what Dressel could go in the 200 free based on his closing ability in the 100 fly and 100 free. Swimming that last 50 in 20 high for free and 22 high for fly...wow.

sunruh
March 27th, 2017, 09:58 AM
So much fast swimming (and falling records) in this meet. Remember when the discussion used to be that getting rid of tech suits would virtually halt all such record-setting?


in meters, it has chris.
how many WR's fell in Rio? 100 breast and what else?
in usa with scy...better turns can get better times. not as important lcm.

p.s. just remembered that 100 back from leadoff in relay - same jammer style suit used

ande
March 27th, 2017, 01:15 PM
I apologize, I realize I could have been much more diplomatic with the way I voiced opinions.

As a swimming fan, it was disappointing to see an athlete like Schooling bow out of the 200 fly in that way and not have what would have been an great battle with Conger as last year.

Its my opinion that if he had the juice to swim as fast as he did in 100 free and 100 fly (where he swam faster this year than last, but was still touched out by Dressel), he may not have beaten Conger but certainly should have been much closer than he was in the 200.

Although in retrospect, perhaps the time off after Rio caught up to him more in the 200.

I apologize too, I too am a passionate swim fan and a UT Mens Swimming Alum and shouldn't have written what I wrote in my last post that is now deleted. Won't happen again.

Ande

gobears
March 27th, 2017, 01:40 PM
I apologize too, I too am a passionate swim fan and a UT Mens Swimming Alum and shouldn't have written what I wrote in my last post that is now deleted. Won't happen again.

Ande

Some of us hope that BraunMan will now stop trolling about secret sauce and Coach Marsh. If your possibly misdirected passion results in better behavior on his part, I'm thankful ;-)

ande
April 4th, 2017, 11:29 AM
I just witnessed the greatest short course swim meet in my life at the 2017 Men's NCAA Swimming Championships. I don't know if I will ever see a more exciting race in the 1650 Free where there were 5 lead changes and where 5 swimmers during the race were under the American Record and the first 4 swimmers were under the American Record. Ryan Murphy won the 100 and 200 Back and joins only John Naber to accomplish this in those two events and joins only Pablo Morales and Brenden Hansen to accomplish this in NCAA history.

To witness Caeleb Dressel almost break the :40.00 second barrier and go 43.58 in the 100 Fly was exciting to see and makes you think about how far swimming is going and how low can records keep falling. This was another race where more than 1 swimmer broke the previous record and I remember when this record stood by Austin Staab for years and now in just the last 3 years, 3 swimmers have gone faster.

200 Breast another record and Licon going under 1:48 and when 3 years ago nobody thought that Kevin Cordes record would be touched for years. 400 IM and the record goes down to 3:33.42 and for many years no one could get under 3:36. 200 Fly at 1:37.35 and when Phelps went under 1:40 that was a big deal when he set the record.

All of the relays were fast and impressive and only one record remains from the 2009 suit era and that is the 200 Free Relay at 1:14.08 and Texas went 1:14.58. The surprise was NC State's 800 Free Relay at 6:06.53 and the only relay that Texas didn't win and I remember when hitting 6:10 was a big deal and now that has dropped 4 seconds.

If you ever get a chance, you have to see an NCAA meet live. It was and still remains that fastest short course meet in the world and the most exciting meet to witness. The team element and relays make it such an exciting event.

All incredible, I can't wait to see how all these swims translate to Long Course and the 2017 World Championships.
FYI Kudos to NC State, on UT's 4x200 relay, I have a feeling that if Joseph Schooling swam on that relay, it might have been a much closer race, especially if he was 100% healthy.