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2022 Men’s NCAA Championships: Results & Records Summary

By James Sutherland on SwimSwam

2022 MEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Wednesday, March 23 – Saturday, March 26, 2022
McAuley Aquatic Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Full Results (PDF)

The Cal Golden Bears successfully reclaimed the men’s NCAA swimming & diving championship title just over a week ago in Atlanta, charging to a 51.5-point victory over the 2021 champion Texas Longhorns.

The meet was blazing fast as a whole, featuring some of the fastest fields in history and several record-breaking performances. That included five new U.S. Open Records, two in individual finals, two relays, and one lead-off swim in the 400 medley which was a shock to all.

Below, find a full summary of the meet’s results, records, top scorers and team results:

MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS – TOP 3 FINISHERS

1st
2nd
3rd

50 Freestyle
Brooks Curry (LSU), 18.56
Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 18.59

Matt Brownstead (Virginia) / Jordan Crooks (Tennessee), 18.60

100 Freestyle
Brooks Curry (LSU), 40.84
Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 41.00

Andrei Minakov (Stanford), 41.09

200 Freestyle
Drew Kibler (Texas), 1:30.28
Grant House (Arizona State), 1:30.68

Matt Sates (Georgia), 1:30.72

500 Freestyle
Matt Sates (Georgia), 4:06.61
Jake Magahey (Georgia), 4:07.39

Luke Hobson (Texas), 4:08.42

1650 Freestyle
Bobby Finke (Florida), 14:22.28
Will Gallant (NC State), 14:31.34

Ross Dant (NC State), 14:31.72

100 Backstroke
Kacper Stokowski (NC State), 44.04
Brendan Burns (Indiana), 44.15

Adam Chaney (Florida), 44.35

200 Backstroke
Destin Lasco (Cal), 1:37.71
Carson Foster (Texas), 1:38.77

Daniel Carr (Cal), 1:39.06

100 Breaststroke
Max McHugh (Minnesota), 49.90
Caspar Corbeau (Texas), 50.49

Liam Bell (Cal), 50.50

200 Breaststroke
Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:48.20
Max McHugh (Minnesota), 1:48.76

Matt Fallon (Penn), 1:49.16

100 Butterfly
Andrei Minakov (Stanford), 43.71
Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.80

Youssef Ramadan (Virginia Tech), 43.90

200 Butterfly
Brendan Burns (Indiana), 1:38.71
Luca Urlando (Georgia), 1:38.82

Nicolas Albiero (Louisville), 1:38.88

200 IM
Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:37.69**
Destin Lasco (Cal), 1:38.21

Luca Urlando (Georgia), 1:39.22

400 IM
Hugo Gonzalez (Cal), 3:32.88**
Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 3:34.08

Carson Foster (Texas), 3:35.69

200 Free Relay
Florida (Adam Chaney, Eric Friese, Will Davis, Kieran Smith), 1:14.11
Cal (Bjorn Seeliger, Jack Alexy, Daniel Carr, Destin Lasco), 1:14.36

Texas (Drew Kibler, Danny Krueger, Caspar Corbeau, Cameron Auchinachie), 1:14.41

400 Free Relay
Texas (Drew Kibler, Cameron Auchinachie, Caspar Corbeau, Danny Krueger), 2:46.03
Arizona State (Grant House, Leon Marchand, Carter Swift, Cody Bybee), 2:46.40

Cal (Bjorn Seeliger, Jack Alexy, Hugo Gonzalez, Destin Lasco), 2:46.42

800 Free Relay
Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89*
Georgia (Matt Sates, Luca Urlando, Zach Hils, Jake Magahey), 6:05.59

Stanford (Andrei Minakov, Luke Maurer, Ron Polonsky, Preston Forst), 6:06.83

200 Medley Relay
Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Will Davis), 1:21.13**
Texas (Anthony Grimm, Caspar Corbeau, Alvin Jiang, Cameron Auchinachie), 1:21.36

NC State (Kacper Stokowski, Rafal Kusto, Nyls Korstanje, David Curtiss) / Cal (Bjorn Seeliger, Liam Bell, Trenton Julian, Daniel Carr), 1:21.69

400 Medley Relay
Cal (Destin Lasco, Reece Whitley, Trenton Julian, Bjorn Seeliger), 3:00.36
Indiana (Brendan Burns, Josh Matheny, Tomer Frankel, Rafael Miroslaw), 3:00.76

Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Kieran Smith), 3:01.00

1-Meter Diving
Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 438.20
Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 420.25

Juan Hernandez (LSU), 413.20

3-Meter Diving
Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 466.85
Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 462.10

Juan Hernandez (LSU), 459.20

Platform Diving
Tyler Downs (Purdue), 447.20
Zach Cooper (Miami-FL), 443.05

Bryden Hattie (Tennessee), 418.70

*denotes a U.S. Open, NCAA and American Record

**denotes a U.S. Open and NCAA Record but not an American Record

RECORD SUMMARY

AMERICAN RECORDS: 

800 Free Relay – Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89
100 Back – Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.35

U.S. OPEN RECORDS:

200 Medley Relay – Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Will Davis), 1:21.13
800 Free Relay – Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89
200 IM – Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:37.69
400 IM – Hugo Gonzalez (Cal), 3:32.88
100 Back – Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.35

NCAA RECORDS:

200 Medley Relay – Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Will Davis), 1:21.13
800 Free Relay – Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89
200 IM – Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:37.69
400 IM – Hugo Gonzalez (Cal), 3:32.88
100 Back – Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.35

MEET RECORDS:

200 Medley Relay – Florida (Adam Chaney, Dillon Hillis, Eric Friese, Will Davis), 1:21.13
800 Free Relay – Texas (Drew Kibler, Coby Carrozza, Luke Hobson, Carson Foster), 6:03.89
500 Free – Matt Sates (Georgia), 4:06.61
200 IM – Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 1:37.69
400 IM – Hugo Gonzalez (Cal), 3:32.88
100 Back – Luca Urlando (Georgia), 43.35

TOP POINT SCORERS – SWIMMING

Leon Marchand (Arizona State), 57
Brooks Curry (LSU), 53
Destin Lasco (Cal), 52
Luca Urlando (Georgia), 50
Brendan Burns (Indiana) / Drew Kibler (Texas) / Carson Foster (Texas), 46


Bjorn Seeliger (Cal), 45
Kieran Smith (Florida), 44
Bobby Finke (Florida) / Nicolas Albiero (Louisville), 42

TOP POINT SCORERS – DIVING

Tyler Downs (Purdue) / Andrew Capobianco (Indiana), 43

Kurtis Mathews (Texas A&M), 40
Lyle Yost (Ohio State), 34
Juan Hernandez (LSU), 32

FINAL TEAM SCORES

Cal – 487.5
Texas – 436.5
Florida – 374
NC State – 291
Indiana – 265
Arizona State – 236
Stanford – 231
Georgia – 194
Ohio State – 165
Virginia – 154.5
Virginia Tech – 143
Louisville – 132
Harvard – 103
Alabama – 91
LSU/Purdue – 85
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Arizona – 79
Tennessee – 72.5
Minnesota/Texas A&M – 44
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Georgia Tech – 38
Michigan – 36
Miami (FL) – 31
Columbia – 30
Missouri – 27
USC – 25
UNC – 24
Penn – 22.5
Auburn – 22
Princeton – 14
Kentucky – 11
Northwestern – 6.5
Notre Dame – 5
Towson/Wisconsin/SMU- 4
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Utah – 2

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