The University of Chicago will host the 2020 University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships. The 33rd annual meet will span four days beginning on Wednesday and concluding on the evening of Saturday.
The Emory University women have won 27 Association titles, including every championship since 1999. The Eagles' men have also won each title since 1999 and seek a 21st consecutive UAA championship this week.
Six Association teams on each side enter the championship ranked in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Top-25. In the women's poll, second-ranked Emory leads a contingent of six schools ranked inside the CSCAA top-20. Chicago (seventh), Washington University (ninth), and NYU (10th) lay claim to top-10 rankings with Carnegie Mellon University slotted 11th and Case Western Reserve University 20th.
On the men's side, four UAA teams are ranked in the top-10, led by fifth-ranked Carnegie Mellon University and followed by Washington University (sixth), Emory (seventh), and Chicago (ninth). NYU (14th) and CWRU (20th) are also ranked.