2015 Men’s Pac-12s scoring update: Stanford still leads with USC hanging tough

Night 3 recap

6 Big Things from night 3

They didn’t win a swimming event tonight but the Stanford Cardinal still lead the Pac-12 team points thanks to a team effort and a 1-2 of the 3-meter diving event.

Kristian Ipsen won that event, and Stanford also got a huge 51.7 breaststroke split on their medley relay from Dave Nolan, who has been everywhere this week.

Stanford currently holds a 33-point lead over USC who have been swimming outstanding so far. The Trojans upset defending NCAA champs Cal for the 400 medley relay title tonight, and saw freshman Ralf Tribuntsov nearly steal the 100 back title from Cal’s star Ryan Murphy.

Meanwhile Cal sits third, but did close the gap a bit on Stanford from 117 last night to 76.5 tonight. That was courtesy of wins by Josh Prenot (400 IM), Seth Stubblefield (100 fly) and Ryan Murphy (100 back).

Current Team Scores

  1. Stanford – 564.5
  2. USC – 531.5
  3. California – 488
  4. Arizona – 325
  5. Utah – 199
  6. Arizona State – 199

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Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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