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Top 10 Teams (After Day 2)
1. MICHIGAN 336
2. California 301.5
3. Arizona 234.5
4. Southern California 212
5. Florida 196.5
6. Texas 192
7. Stanford 169
8. Auburn 167.5
9. Indiana 151
10. Georgia 106
We already won some individuals, right?
MrWoodson, so you follow swimming? It is going to be tough last day (Michigan's worst events and Cal's best). They need to hold them off and try to go into the last event (Mens 4x100 Free Relay) tied. If they do so, we will have a great chance of winning this meet. Michigan has not won NCAAs since 1996 and haven't really been in the top 5 until last year. They got a new coach about 4 years ago and he is doing wonders.
Michigan's Connor Jaeger (2012 Olympian) won the 500 Free on Thursday and today he will swim his best event the 1650 Free but will have some competition from a guy from Texas. If he swims like he's capable of, he should get the NCAA record tonight.
Michigan's 4x50 Medley relay won last night and got the NCAA record and it was the swim of the night.
When is it today/tonight?
Prelims start this morning at 11 and finals are tonight at 7.
Awesome, thanks! Do you know anywhere I can keep up with the results?
All prelim swims with the exception of the 4x100 Free relay have already been swum and Michigan has put themselves in a good position to win it. Had a better prelims than expected! Here is a live results link:
This is also a good site to follow the meet:
This post was edited by Michigan_Fan 13 months ago
Thanks a lot!
We just went 1-4-6 in the 1650Y with Connor Jaeger winning the National Championship.
Yup! Michigan has this one in the bag... we will be Champs! First time since 1995 and now will have the most NCAA championships ever with 12 (we were tied with Ohio ____ before)!
Can u say powerhouse haha
I guess you can say things are going, swimmingly.
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