Eddie Reese Caps 40th Season On 40 Acres With 2nd Texas Four-In-A-Row NCAA Title

The Texas Longhorns celebrate

Already the winningest coach in swimming history, Eddie Reese capped his 40th season on the Forty Acres with a 14th national crown for the Texas Longhorns. Victory at the 2018 NCAA men’s championships in Minneapolias also marked the 25th top-two national finish and 32nd top-three showing at the NCAA showdown – and for Reese this was the second four-successive-title-wins stretch of his career. The Longhorns pipped California with 449 points to the Golden Bears’ 437.5, Indiana close on 422 points

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Already the winningest coach in swimming history, Eddie Reese capped his 40th season on the Forty Acres with a 14th national crown for the Texas Longhorns. Victory at the 2018 NCAA men’s championships in Minneapolias also marked the 25th top-two national finish and 32nd top-three showing at the NCAA showdown – and for Reese this was the second four-successive-title-wins stretch of his career. The Longhorns pipped California with 449 points to the Golden Bears’ 437.5, Indiana close on 422 points

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