60 Minutes will be featuring Olympian and Cal Bear, Missy Franklin, tonight for the sports section of their show. The…
Missy Franklin’s NCAA Championship schedule will look much different this season than it did last season.
Liz Pelton, Rachel Bootsma, and Missy Franklin are among the most interesting entries for the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championship meet.
Conger is now the only swimmer other than the most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, to go under 1:40 in both the 200 yard fly and the 200 yard backstroke. He can swim it all, and the decision to swim the 200 fly at NCAAs still hasn’t been made.
3 of the 5 best 200 flyers in NCAA history performed at separate times and in separate places last week, further building the excitement for when all three finally meet head to head.
#2 Missy Franklin Wraps Up College Career, Winning 6 of 6 Individual Pac-12 Titles
Missy Franklin will be competing for her final individual Pac-12 victory of her career in tonight’s 200 backstroke.
Cal swimmer Liz Pelton will take on the 200 backstroke on the final day of the 2015 Pac-12 Championships.
Cal’s Missy Franklin beat out Simone Manuel of Stanford in the marquee matchup of the meet so far.
Bootsma’s Back: after a sophomore slump, Cal junior Rachel Bootsma put up the #2 time in the NCAA this year while winning the 100 back.
Kelly Naze is the top seed in the 400 IM, one of 15 Cal Bears qualified for an A final tonight and one of 23 slated scoring swims for the Bears tonight.
USC’s Kendyl Stewart will be among the top seeds going in on Friday morning, with hers coming in the 100 fly.
Cal’s star freshman Cierra Runge helped to extend the Golden Bear lead on Day 2 of the Pac 12 Champs.
Elizabeth Pelton is one of 4 Cal Bears in the 200 IM A final and one of 9 Golden Bear championship finalists heading into day 2 finals.
Cal’s Missy Franklin jumped out of the 500 free and into the 200 IM, turning in the top time in prelims of the IM event while leading a 1-2-3-4 Cal sweep.