Michael Cohn, Paul Li, Michael Leung and Chandler Pourvahidi of UC San Diego set a school record in the 800 free relay on Friday at the A3 Performance Invitational that the Tritons hosted at East Los Angeles College.
Patrick Conaton and the Stanford men’s team dominated the prelims session on Day 3 of the A3 Performance Invitational in California.
Linnea Mack and the UCLA Bruins lead the women’s meet after two days at A3 Performance Invitational in Monterey Park, California.
Stanford sophomore Curtis Ogren hit the nation’s second-fastest 400 IM time (pending the results of other invites this weekend) to lead prelims of the A3 Performance Invite.
UCLA freshman Emma Schanz claimed the women’s 200 IM title in a fast time of 1:59.69.
Stanford’s Connor Black heads into the first night of finals at the A3 Invitational with the top seed in the 50 free.
“I chose Stanford because the combination of academics and athletics there are unparalleled. Also, the great coaches and team at Stanford made me feel like I was at home with family. Go Cardinal!”
After 4 amazing years at Stanford, the Cardinal will face their first season without superstar David Nolan, who contributed over 25% of their NCAA points last season
Cullen Jones of SwimMAC Elite in the prelims session on Day 4 of U.S. National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.
Chase Kalisz (above) has a monster breaststroke leg… come to think of it, his other three legs aren’t too shabby.
Josh Prenot holds the top seed in the 400 IM in tonight’s finals, after breaking the Pac-!2 meet record in prelims with a time of 3:40.84.
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Seth Stubblefield and the Cal Bears are shooting for their third Pac 12 team title in a row
David Nolan won the 100 breaststroke as Stanford got one last tuneup before entering its challenging Pac-12 schedule.
Reece Whitley, using his incredible pullouts and kick, has demolished his own National Age Group Record in the 200 yard breaststroke.
Andrew Seliskar is one of 6 NCAP swimmers to make the Junior National Team, and he’s on the squad in 5 different events.