as mentioned in 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.
Surging Longhorns claim third straight NCAA swimming and diving title 1 / 2 Back to GalleryTexas continued its domination at the NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships as the Longhorns claimed their third straight national championship.
Texas swimming coach Eddie Reese helped lead the Longhorns to their 13th national swimming and diving NCAA national championship Saturday in Indianapolis.
Smith, the son of former Texas NCAA … more Image 2 of 2 Texas swimming coach Eddie Reese helped lead the Longhorns to their 13th national swimming and diving NCAA national championship Saturday in Indianapolis.
He rewrote his own NCAA, American, U.S. Open and NCAA Championship meet records in 1:47.91.
As it stated in In the final, Stanford lowered its time (2:48.00) to finish fifth and secure first team All-America honors.
Conaton (1:39.72) improved his time to win the B-final, swimming the second-fastest time in school history for an All-America honorable mention.
Conaton became just the second Stanford swimmer to break 1:40.00 in the 200 back, joining David Nolan (2014).
Sam Perry Sam PerryThe evening session started with two Stanford swimmers earning All-America honors in the 1,650-yard freestyle.
Grant Shoults (14:35.82) secured first-team All-America honors in eighth place, winning Heat 3 by a wide margin.
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