Swimming & Diving - Archives 2017-18
Texas saved its best performances for the final day of the 2018 Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championship, knocking off six event records en route to winning the men's and women's team titles.
The Texas men's and women's programs extended their top position on the leader board following Day Three of the Big 12 Swimming & Diving Championship, earning 13 first place finishes. In second place, West Virginia's men's and women's programs hold steady and recorded one first place finish.
The Texas men's and women's teams have taken sole possession of first in the 2018 Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship following the second day of competition. The women strengthened their lead following a record-setting showing in the 400 medley relay and 1-meter dive, while the UT men, which entered the day in second place, catapulted to first.
Following the first day of the 2018 Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship, the West Virginia men's team and Texas women's team are slotted in first place.
The 2018 Academic All-Big 12 Swimming and Diving Team includes 130 honorees with 44 members on the men's team and 86 on the women's side.
The Big 12 Conference announced an agreement with FloSports to live stream the 2018 Big 12 championships for swimming & diving on FloSwimming.com, indoor and oudoor track & field on FloTrack.com, wrestling on FloWrestling.com, and gymnastics on FloGymnastics.com.
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association (CSCAA) announced its 2017 Fall Scholar All-America Teams, which features one hundred percent of Big 12 swimming and diving programs.
2018 Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship
Soccer defender Kadeisha Buchanan (West Virginia), men's basketball guard Frank Mason III (Kansas) and swimmer Will Licon (Texas) were selected as 2016-17 Big 12 Athletes of the Year.
Big 12 Athlete of the Year candidates will be highlighted each day through July 23. Fans will then be able to vote for their male and female choices on July 23-25 on Big12Sports. Today's featured candidates are Texas' Chrisann Gordon and Will Licon.