The Texas Longhorns swimming and diving teams swept the Big 12 Championship titles after posting outstanding performances by both men's and women's squads.
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 12 first place finishes.
After the second day of Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship action, Texas has pulled into first place in the standings after breaking a Big 12 and two championship records.
Following the first day of the 2019 Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship, the West Virginia men's team and Texas women's team are slotted in first place.
One hundred and eleven student-athletes have been awarded the 2019 Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award, the Big 12 Conference's highest academic honor.
The Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championship returns to the Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin beginning on Wednesday, February 27. The event, hosted by Texas for the seventh consecutive year, will run through Saturday, March 2.
The 2019 Academic All-Big 12 Swimming and Diving Team includes 129 honorees with 43 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 2019 Big 12 championships for swimming & diving on FloSwimming.com, indoor and outdoor track & field on FloTrack.com, wrestling on FloWrestling.com, and softball on FloSoftball.com.
Texas' Ryan Harty and Jordan Windle and Kansas' Manon Manning and Vicky Xu claimed the final Big 12 swimming and diving weekly awards for the season.
The Big 12 is one of seven conferences that had 100% of their swimming and diving teams selected as Scholar All-America teams, announced by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).
Texas' Townley Haas, Jordan Windle, Julia Cook and Meghan O'Brien received Big 12 swimming and diving honors.
One hundred percent of Big 12 swimming and diving programs were named Scholar All-America Teams by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) for their academic success during the 2018 fall semester.