Coach Eddie Reese & The Longhorns: 14 NCAA Titles, The 3rd Threepeat In The Treasury

Eddie Reese 14 NCAA titles, a record, the latest Longhorn triumph marking the third of three threepeats - Photo courtesy of Patrick Meredith, UT Athletics Photography

If there was a moment of pioneering pace in yards that mattered more than most in the realm of colleges measuring themselves against each other in short-course yards as the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship came to a close, then Florida Gator Caeleb Dressel surely had the edge. 40.00, four laps freestyle. The day of the 39sec 100-yard swim is nigh. If there was one team that mashed the rest into submission, then it was Texas. For the third straight year, coach Eddie Reese and his Longhorn crew of staff and soldiers marched to the title for a record 14th time. The final scores: Texas, 542; Cal, 349; Florida, 294.5; NC State, 272.5; Stanford, 242

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If there was a moment of pioneering pace in yards that mattered more than most in the realm of colleges measuring themselves against each other in short-course yards as the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship came to a close, then Florida Gator Caeleb Dressel surely had the edge. 40.00, four laps freestyle. The day of the 39sec 100-yard swim is nigh. If there was one team that mashed the rest into submission, then it was Texas. For the third straight year, coach Eddie Reese and his Longhorn crew of staff and soldiers marched to the title for a record 14th time. The final scores: Texas, 542; Cal, 349; Florida, 294.5; NC State, 272.5; Stanford, 242

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