Reigning NCAA Champion Ryan Hoffer was among the top performers for Cal. He won titles in the 50 free, 100 fly, and 100 free.
Andrew turned in 1:26.69 at the 150-mark, closing with a 30.14 free split. For comparison, Ryan Lochte split a 1:26.51 at the 150 in his World Record swim.
Cal’s Reece Whitley completed a sweep of the breaststroke titles on Saturday night at the 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships.
Carr’s time took down the former Pac-12 Record, which stood at a 1:38.07 done by Cal’s Ryan Murphy in 2017. Murphy was a 4-time NCAA Champion in the event.
Curzan swam to a best time in the long course final. She won the race in 25.33, knocking 2 tenths off her former best from 2018.
Another veteran Olympian, Brazilian sprinter Bruno Fratus, took a win on the men’s side. Fratus led the 50 free in 22.16.
Hirschberger’s time is well under the 2019 NCAA invited time and ranks him 19th in the NCAA. That will likely qualify him for NCAAs.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas put up another best time tonight, winning the 200 fly in 1:40.33. That’s a second faster than his lifetime best from 2019 NCAAs.
The Wildcats will battle with the Cardinal as they’re separated by 1.5 points. Utah looks to stay ahead of USC for 5th place.
Arizona distance star Brooks Fail is set to swim a double day. He’ll be racing in the 200 fly today. Fail will also swim in the championship heat of the mile.
Cal’s Ryan Hoffer is chasing his 2nd title of the meet in the 100 fly against top seed Cody Bybee of ASU and teammate Zheng Quah, the defending champion.
Cal’s Hugo Gonzalez has scratched the 200 breast in favor of the 200 back on Saturday. He’ll likely choose between these two events for his 3rd event at NCAAs
Top seed Katie Ledecky is out for the final day of competition. Ledecky, who won the 1500 free, 400 free, and 200 free here, has scratched the 800 free.
Whitley, a sophomore, was dominant in the 100 breast final, beating any other swimmer by 1.5 seconds. He swam to a 50.85 as he broke 51 for the first time.
U.S. Olympian Melanie Margalis had a huge swim in the 400 IM at the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines. Margalis, a Georgia postgrad, dominated in 4:32.53.