USC Men's Swimming Wraps Up First Evening of Competition at NCAA Championships
USC men's swimming finished in the top-20 in both relays to open the 2022 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships, Wednesday (March 23) in Atlanta, Georgia.
USC opened the first evening of action with a 19th-place finish in the 4x50y medley relay. Makrygiannis led off, and was followed by Trent Pellini, Alexei Sancov and Nikola Miljenic, combining to post a 1:23.77.
Next up was the 800y freestyle relay, where the Trojans clocked a 6:20.03 to finish 22nd overall.
Senior Sancov got things going for Troy, posting a 1:33.66 to open the relay. Max Saunders followed with a 1:35.22. He handed it off to Makrygiannis for a 1:35.96 while Johansson stretched himself for a closing 1:35.19.
The championships will be held at the McAuley Aquatic Center with live championship coverage airing on ESPN3 for preliminary and finals sessions Wednesday through Saturday.
Live results will also be available here.
*All times listed in PST
March 24 — 7 a.m. trials | 3 p.m. finals
- 500-yard Freestyle
- 200-yard Individual Medley
- 50-yard Freestyle
- One-meter Diving
- 200-yard freestyle relay
March 25 7 a.m. trials | 3 p.m. finals
- 400-yard Individual Medley
- 100-yard Butterfly
- 200-yard Freestyle
- 100-yard Breaststroke
- 100-yard Backstroke
- Three-meter Diving
March 26 — 7 a.m. trials | 3 p.m. finals
- 200-yard Backstroke
- 100-yard Freestyle
- 200-yard Breaststroke
- 200-yard Butterfly
- Platform Diving
- 1,650-yard Freestyle
- 400-yard Freestyle Relay