Cal Swimming and Diving NCAA Champions Honored On-Field at Memorial Stadium

The University of California honored its 2013-14 NCAA national champions on the field during halftime of the Cal vs. Colorado football game on Saturday, September 27.

The Golden Bears recognized the Cal Men’s Rugby team, Cal Women’s Crew Varsity 4, Cal Men’s Crew Varsity 8, and Cal Men’s Crew Second Varsity 8 before moving on to swimming.

Here’s where to find the Cal men’s and women’s swimmers on the video:

1:55 – Cal Women’s 800 Free Relay: Rachael Acker, Caroline Piehl, Elizabeth Pelton, and Missy Franklin (6:54.94)
2:15 – Missy Franklin: 200 freestyle (1:40.31), setting a meet record, NCAA record, US Open record, and American record
2:45 – Ryan Murphy: 100 backstroke (44.63); 200 backstroke (1:37.35), setting a meet record and NCAA record
3:07 – Cal Men’s 200 Free Relay: Tyler Messerschmidt, Ryan Murphy, Tony Cox, Seth Stubblefield (1:15.27)
3:30 – Cal Men’s 200 Medley Relay: Ryan Murphy, Chuck Katis, Tony Cox, Tyler Messerschmidt (1:22.83, setting Amercian record)
3:58 – Cal Men’s 400 Medley Relay: Ryan Murphy, Chuck Katis, Marcin Tarczynski, Seth Stubblefield (3:02.66)
4:30 – Cal Men’s Swimming and Diving Team

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that football game had a crazy ending

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Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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