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Men’s Swimming and Diving wins 13th NCAA team title stat : texassports

as informed in He rewrote his own NCAA, American, U.S. Open and NCAA Championship meet records in 1:47.91.
Conger gave Texas its third straight NCAA title in the 200 butterfly at 1:37.35 good for NCAA, NCAA Championship meet, American and U.S. Open records.
Senior Will Licon became the first Longhorn to win three individual events at a single NCAA Championship meet.
The Longhorns won the national title with 542 points and tied their own NCAA record with 11 victories among the meet’s 21 events.
Texas Swimming & Diving on Facebook | Texas Twitter | Texas InstagramVideo: Longhorns celebrate NCAA title | Photo Gallery | Complete ResultsINDIANAPOLIS – Texas won four of seven events and set NCAA records in each of them as the Longhorns punctuated their third consecutive national team title and NCAA-leading 13th national crown with authority Saturday evening at the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

Men's Swimming and Diving wins 13th NCAA team title

as informed in School records fall on day three of NCAA Swimming ChampionshipsAlabama finished the third day of the NCAA championship in 12th place with 98 points, just five points out of 10th place.
Oslin was already the school record holder in the 100 backstroke before he swam a 44.59 in prelims.
The time would have set a new NCAA record, but Texas clocked in at 1:21.54.
It was Oslin’s third consecutive top-five finish in the 100 backstroke, following a fifth-place finish in 2015 and second-place in 2016.
“All four guys went life-time best time and they just nailed it – starts, turns – they put it all together under the NCAA record,” Pursley said.

School records fall on day three of NCAA Swimming Championships

as informed in CLICK HERE FOR LIVE RESULTSThe Texas Longhorns won their third straight NCAA title in men’s swimming on Saturday night at the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
The Longhorns saw four victories on Saturday night and an NCAA record in every single one of them.
Clark Smith, Will Licon and Jack Conger all won their respective events in an NCAA record time as seniors for the Longhorns.
Cal senior Ryan Murphy won his fourth straight 200 back title Saturday night with a 1:36.75.
The 400 free relay also won and set an NCAA record.

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