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The Texas Longhorns are the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champions

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Texas captures the 2021 men's swimming and diving championship
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12:59 am, March 28, 2021

πŸ†The Texas Longhorns are your 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champions

After four days of competition at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C, the University of Texas is the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving champion. Texas scored 595 team points beating second-place Cal by 27 points. The Longhorns' scoring was powered by first-place relay performances in the 800-yard freestyle relay and the 400-yard medley relay that set a United States record.  Texas diver Jordan Windle added to Texas' first-place finishes with a win in the one-meter diving event.

For full results of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships, click or tap here.

12:53 am, March 28, 2021

Cal is your 400-yard freestyle champions

The California Golden Bears are your 400-yard freestyle champions!  The Golden Bears finished with a time of 2:46.60 to cap off the final event of 2021 championships.

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12:13 am, March 28, 2021

Purdue's Brandon Loschiavo wins the 2021 men's platform diving championship

Purdue senior Brandon Loschiavo is your 2021 DI men's platform diving champion with a score of 469.05. Loschiavo's fellow Boilermaker, junior Ben Brambley, finished second in the event.

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11:24 pm, March 27, 2021

Nicolas Albiero wins 200-yard butterfly final

University of Louisville senior Nicolas Albiero won the 200-yard butterfly championship with a time of 1:38.64. Albiero is Louisville's first individual winner since 2014 and just the third ever in program history.

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11:04 pm, March 27, 2021

University of Minnesota's Max McHugh wins 200-yard breaststroke NCAA championship

Max McHugh became a two-time champion after swimming the 8th fastest time ever in the 200-yard breaststroke final.  McHugh broke Minnesota's individual title drought earlier in the weekend and added to it with a 1:49.02 swim in the 200-yard breaststroke.

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10:50 pm, March 27, 2021

Cal's Ryan Hoffer wins 3rd 2021 Championship

Cal's Ryan Hoffer continued his dominant weekend with a first-place finish in the 100-yard freestyle, his third NCAA title of the weekend.  Hoffer's pool-record time of 40.89 helps keep Cal in the thick of the standings for team championship.

 

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10:37 pm, March 27, 2021

Texas A&M's Shaine Casas wins 3rd NCAA championship of the weekend

Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas won his 3rd NCAA Championship in the 200-yard backstroke. Casas finished 0.03 seconds away from setting a new record in the event with a time of 1:35.75. The race came down to the wire as Cal's Destin Lasco finished in second place with the third fastest time in history.

 

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10:26 pm, March 27, 2021

University of Florida junior Bobby Finke wins 2nd NCAA Title

University of Florida junior Bobby Finke is your new 1650-yard freestyle champion! Finke finished with a time of 14:12.52 and now owns the three fastest times in the event. It is Finke's second title of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships.

 

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6:46 pm, March 27, 2021

Day 4 preliminary results

The fourth day of the 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championships continued with preliminary events on Saturday, March 27. The morning featured five preliminary events as teams looked to catch Texas in the rankings.  In the morning's preliminary round, we saw the first swim-off of the championships with Florida senior Clark Beach and Virginia junior Justin Grender competed for a spot in the 200-yard backstroke finals. Beach would go on to advance finishing 0.94 seconds ahead of Grender.

Check out the top finisher in each prelim below and see the complete list of finalists here.

The Day 4 finals begin at 6 p.m. | Watch Live | Results|

12:54 pm, March 27, 2021

DI men's swimming and diving championship concludes today

The 2021 DI men's swimming and diving championship will conclude today. Below you can find the complete schedule for today's events at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. By the conclusion of today's events a new national champion will be crowned. 

Order of events | Watch live | Results

  • 10 a.m. finals
  • 6 p.m. finals
  • 1,650-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Backstroke
  • 100-yard Freestyle
  • 200-yard Breaststroke
  • 200-yard Butterfly
  • 400-yard Freestyle Relay
  • Platform Diving

Texas was leading the team rankings after Day 3, with Cal and Florida behind them. 

Team rankings through day 3:

  1. Texas
  2. California
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Indiana
  6. Louisville
  7. Texas A&M
  8. NC State
  9. Ohio State
  10. Virginia

You can view the full results from the first two days here.

12:48 am, March 27, 2021

Texas takes lead as 7 champions are named on day 3

Seven national champions were crowned on day three at the 2021 NCAA men's swimming and diving championships from Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C.

Minnesota junior Max McHugh set a Golden Gopher program record with his blistering 50.18 time in the 100-yard breaststroke. Texas A&M won their first ever NCAA championship with the 200-yard individual medley last night, but they weren't finished, or should I say he wasn't finished. Junior Shaine Casas secured the 200-yard IM win last night, then continued his run to take the 100-yard backstroke tonight. Two NCAA championships for Shaine Casas. Two NCAA championships for the Texas A&M Aggies. Andrew Capobianco went back-to-back in the three-meter dive competition, finishing with a score of 505.20 to win the NCAA championship for the second straight year.

Team rankings through day 3:

  1. Texas
  2. California
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Indiana
  6. Louisville
  7. Texas A&M
  8. NC State
  9. Ohio State
  10. Virginia

You can view the full results from the first two days here.

The 2021 NCAA DI men's swimming and diving championships resume Saturday at 10 a.m. ET.

12:30 am, March 27, 2021

Louisville takes home last championship of the night with 200-yard medley

Louisville's relay team of junior Mitchell Whyte, senior Evgenii Somov, senior Nicolas Albiero, and sophomore Haridi Sameh set a U of L and ACC record with their time of 1:22.11 in the 200-yard medley relay.

The win was the first NCAA championship Louisville has won in a relay competition. This pushes the Cardinals. into sixth place in the team standings at the conclusion of day three.

Florida's Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese and Will Davis finished in second with a time of 1:22.41 and in third, with a time of 1:22.43, Cal's Daniel Carr, Reece Whitley, Ryan Hoffer, and Bjorn Seeliger. You can view the full results here.

12:10 am, March 27, 2021

Indiana's Andrew Copabianco goes back-to-back in 3 meter diving championships

Indiana junior Andrew Capobianco wins the three meter diving NCAA championship with a score of 505.20. It's Capobianco's second straight NCAA championship in this event.

Capobianco was followed by Texas senior Jordan Windle, winner of the one-meter dive competition Thursday night, and LSU's Juan Hernandez to round out the top three. You can view the full results here.

11:20 pm, March 26, 2021

Texas A&M's Shaine Casas wins 2nd NCAA championship of the weekend

Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas is having himself a weekend. Casas picked up his second NCAA championship this year with his 44.20 in the 100-yard backstroke. You can view the full results here.

Shaine Casas already made history this weekend. His win in the 200-yard individual medley Thursday night was Texas A&M's first ever NCAA champion in swimming.

11:04 pm, March 26, 2021

Minnesota junior Max McHugh wins 100-yard breaststroke NCAA championship

Minnesota makes their first impression on the NCAA championships with junior Max McHugh's strong victory in the 100-yard breaststroke. McHugh's 50.18 was a Golden Gopher record.

McHugh and Minnesota were followed by a pair of powerhouses in the results. Florida junior Dillon Hillis took second with a 50.96 and Cal junior Reece Whitley grabbed third with a time of 51.03. You can view the full results here.