NCAA Men’s Champs: Big Night for Texas Puts Longhorns in Command of Team Race

Joe Schooling - a Texas Longhorn on the wing [Photo: courtesy, Texassports.com]

Texas won both opening-night relays, each featuring Jack Conger, and Clark Smith won the 500 free to put the Longhorns on top of the team standings at the NCAA Championships.

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Texas won both opening-night relays, each featuring Jack Conger, and Clark Smith won the 500 free to put the Longhorns on top of the team standings at the NCAA Championships.

Comments

Wesley

I am really looking forward to the 200 fly.

Conger
Schooling
Bosch

Going to be great if they are all in the mix.

frankyrinpoche

Conger will be on fire after this 1st day! Double gold hardware… If they manage to score big on the other relays it’s gonna be hard to beat the longhorns.

aswimfan

Did Conger qualify for Kazan? if yes, in what events?

Pvdh

Conger didn’t qualify I don’t think. He will be at world university games

Lennart van Haaften

That’s a stunning time by Nolan in the 200im!

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