The USC men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams continue their fall season with the annual November match-up with their Pac-12 rivals from the desert as the Trojans host Arizona State on Friday (Nov. 14) at 7 p.m. and against Arizona on Saturday (Nov. 15) at 2 p.m.
The Washington State Women took down the Arizona State Sun Devils 155.5 to 106.5 at home, with Freshman Hannah Bruggman contributing four wins for the Cougar victory.
Kierra Smith and CJ Smith (pictured) each won two events and put up a NCAA-leading time apiece to help Minnesota triumph in its season opener.
Wisconsin’s Nick Caldwell won the 500 and 1000 frees against ASU, helping Wisconsin win a share of all but one freestyle event win in its season opener.
Arizona State has hired Greg Earhart as their new associate head coach for men’s and women’s swimming, luring him away from…
Arizona State hosted desert rival Arizona in a dual Saturday, the last meet for both Pac-12 foes before the conference championships. The visiting Wildcats picked up two resounding wins – the women triumphed 171.5-105.5, while the men, swimming for a second straight week without star butterflyer Giles Smith, won 158.5-116.5.
The Stanford men would have swept the meet but for a relay DQ, and the women got double wins from Felicia Lee and Stephanie Phipps while only giving up a pair of wins to ASU’s Tristin Baxter.
Chuck Katis swam his first meet as a Golden Bear on Friday, and walked away with a win in the 200 breaststroke.
Kristian Kron had a busy day, picking up three big wins for Utah.
Marcin Tarcynski and the well-rounded Golden Bear men sit atop the mid-season power rankings.
The Cal women are absolutely unreal this season, led by Liz Pelton, who placed in the top 2 of three different events at NCAA’s last year. How does everyone else stack up?
ASU men defeated Air Force, while women lost to UCLA. Full results here.
Jorie Caneta of Roadrunner Aquatics in Bakersfield, California has verbally committed to the Arizona State Sun Devils. If the Arizona State…
Avon, Indiana senior Christian Lorenz has decided that Arizona State, not Arizona, is where he’s destined to be.
Arizona State kicked off their home season with a different kind of dual meet.