Missy Franklin completes her first year with the Cal Golden Bears, and she loved the process. Franklin, a 5-time Olympic…
The Cal Berkeley YouTube account posted a highlight video from the 2014 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. This inspiring two…
Joao De Lucca wins 100 freestyle in 41.70, says the 100 free win was more meaningful than the 200 free for him this year.
Coach Durden’s Cal Golden Bears dominate the relays…with a little help from a very loud bench.
Arizona’s Margo Geer leads a loaded 100 free field that includes Cal star Missy Franklin and 50 free champion Kasey Carlson.
The Golden Bears put 13 swimmers up, almost double what Stanford or USC had this morning. They’ll need to make the most of it, though, as they trail Stanford by over 100 and USC by almost 50 after last night.
Stanford women’s head coach Greg Meehan has his team in a good position going into the 2014 Pac-12 Championships in a couple of weeks.
Jasmine Mau (right), seen here with Ryan Stack, is the toast of Hawaiian swimming this weekend after breaking a National High School Record.
Missy Franklin won 3 events, but Stanford swam away with a decisive victory less than 2 weeks out of the Pac-12 Championships.
Felicia Lee won a pair of touchouts, as did her teammate Maya DiRado. Those close races powered Stanford past top-ranked Cal at home in the final dual of the season for both squads.
The Cal Golden Bears cruised to victory on a cold, rainy Thursday night road dual with California State University – Bakersfield, getting a pair of wins from Adam Hinshaw and Will Hamilton.
Stanford swimmer Felicia Lee has won her 2nd Pac-12 Swimmer of the Month award of the season.
The Golden Bears got a pair of wins from Missy Franklin to top UCLA a day after enduring a surprise beatdown at USC.
USC’s Kendyl Stewart was in top form on Friday, as were most of her teammates as the Trojans looked strong against the top-ranked Cal women.
The Cal swim team had at the very least a crowd of 1,500 at their meet against Arizona on Saturday, with hundreds more turned away at the gate.