Thanks in part to some untimely Cal DQ’s, Felicia Lee and the Stanford Cardinal enter day 3’s finals session with a lead at the Pac-12 Championships. She’s the top seed headed into the 100 fly early in the meet and will look to help Stanford maintain their lead.
Virginia Tech looks today to distance themselves in the team standings, as they sit first over NC State.
The women of Towson maintain their lead after Day 3, highlighted by a 1-2-3 sweep in the 200 freestyle.
USC has two of the three individual top seeds for tonight. We will see if the Trojans can hold their places amongst a deep PAC-12 field.
Michigan leads the field going into tonight with a total of 10 swimmers in the A final.
Stanford will look to defend their 2013 title against very strong Cal and USC teams.
In Division I, St. Xavier won their 6th straight title for the boys & Ursuline won their 2nd straight for the girls. The Division II title winners were Dayton Oakwood for the boys, their 2nd straight, & Gates Mill Hawken for the girls, their 16th straight.
Grant was a three-time state Ohio high school state champion, and he’s just a freshman.
Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Men and Women Dates: Wednesday, February 19th – Saturday, February 22nd (Co-Ed); prelims 10:30AM/Finals 6PM…
Boise State after every race separated themselves more from the field to win the Mountain West Conference Championships.
Ohio High School State Championships are underway this weekend in Canton, Ohio. Division I Cincinnati Ursuline set two of four records – Emily Slabe, pictured on left, and the 200 freestyle relay (not pictured).
Full recap of Night 3 at the MPSF Championships, where Davis and BYU have comfortable leads on the women and men sides of the team race.
2014 Mountain West Conference Night 3: SDSU Cuts Into Boise State’s Lead; Katelyne Herrington of UNLV Swims Big In The 100 Butterfly
San Diego is four-for-four on conference relay titles this weekend. But the team battle remains tight between them and Boise State.
The UCSB women are in good position after sweeping both relays tonight. While the Hawaii men will have to make up some points after DQ’ing a relay tonight.
Nevada has built a small lead, with no relay wins, but big diving points. San Diego swept the two swimming events of the night, but sits in third overall.