Azevedo: “One of questions I am asked most often is how to best prepare for important games, and knowing how to get in the zone is essential. For me, “being in the zone” is playing consistently well, doing whatever it takes to win, and playing selflessly for the team.”
The Lady Golden Bears won in convincing fashion and the Stanford men did the same on the last day of racing at UNLV.
Texas A&M won both the men’s and women’s sides of the Art Adamson Invite in College Station, TX.
The Cal women and Stanford men continued to extend their leads at the UNLV Invite, while the Rebels had some big performances at home.
The Texas A&M women charged back to take the lead from Stanford, while the Aggie men added to their already-sizable margin.
Missy Franklin won four times, but Dillon Virva was the star of the night at day one of the UNLV Invite.
The Stanford women lit things up early at the Art Adams Invite hosted by Texas A&M.
Stanford got NLIs from two big prospects: Junior National Teamer Alexandra Meyers and highly-rated long course backstroker Patrick Conaton. Meyers,…
SMU is receiving votes in the latest version of the NCAA/CSCAA rankings. The Mustangs started the season with a third place finish at the UNT Relays, followed by a fifth place performance at the SMU Classic. Most recently, the team dropped a pair of dual meets at Rice and Houston. FEATURED IMAGE: Nina Rangelova.
The Stanford Cardinal have added three more signees with Wesley Olmsted, Ally Howe, and Liam Egan all signing NLIs today….
Azevedo: “Today I want to talk about something that I am very passionate about, FOOD. I consider myself a foodie and really enjoying trying all different kinds of cuisines. But I will go into detail about my culinary adventures another time, because today I want to focus on athletes and nutrition.”
Courtesy of Cal Swimming and Diving: UC Berkeley Head Swim Coach, Dave Durden, breaks down the Triple Distance Meet. Cal…
Tony Azevedo: “Millions of kids (and their parents) all around the world spend tons of money every year at camps across all sporting disciplines. There are so many options to choose from that it can be very overwhelming and difficult to know which ones are really worth it. Today I’ll tell you a little bit about my background with camps and a few tips for choosing the best ones.”
Washington State faced out fellow PAC-12 school Stanford at the Avery Aquatic Center Thursday afternoon. STOCK
Godsoe’s 51.66 100 buterfly is the 4th fastest time in the world so far. Godsoe’s been training with a post grad crew at Stanford helmed by Ted Knapp, Scott Armstrong and Tony Batis. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)