Men's NCAA Champs: 200 Freestyle Relay

Men's NCAA Champs: 200 Freestyle Relay

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Men's NCAA Champs: 200 Freestyle Relay

200 FREESTYLE RELAY

NCAA Record: 1:14.08 (Auburn, 2009)
Meet Record: 1:14.08 (Auburn, 2009)
American Record: 1:15.26 (Stanford, 2011)
US Open Record: 1:14.08 (Auburn, 2009)


JOSEPH SCHOOLING! ​The Texas junior just catapulted out of nowhere on the anchor leg for the Longhorns, splitting an 18.34 en route to a winning time of 1:14.59. Texas was great across the board with ​Brett Ringgold​ (18.96), ​Jack Conger​ (18.37), ​Tate Jackson ​(18.92), and Schooling (18.34). Florida looked like they were going to take this one through the first three legs of ​Caeleb Dressel​ (18.23), ​Jan Switkowski​ (18.75), ​and Enzo Martinez Scarpe​ (18.72). However, their anchor ​Jack Blyzinskyj (19.18) was unable to hold off the hard charging Schooling. California snuck in for third with a 1:15.29 thanks to four solid 18-second splits across the board and NC State took fourth in 1:15.82 thanks to a strong lead-off from ​Ryan Held​ in 18.63. It looked like the Wolfpack had a shot at the title, but their anchor ​Scott Johnson​ had a 0.61 reaction time en route to a 19.57 split.

1.) Texas: 1:14.59
2.) Florida: 1:14.88
3.) California: 1:15.29
4.) NC State: 1:15.82
5.) Alabama: 1:16.52
6.) Auburn: 1:16.62
7.) Indiana: 1:16.78
7.) Missouri: 1:16.78