The Stanford men’s class is quickly catching up on their top-ranked women’s squad.
Wesley Olmsted from High Tide Aquatics brings a great level of balance to the Stanford men’s class so far.
Curtis Ogren won’t go far from home for college, having verbally committed to Stanford.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils to open their 2013-2014 season.
The Cal women somehow keep fitting more-and-more elite level talent into their scholarship budget.
Missy Franklin and her freshman classmates dominated the show vs. Washington State at Spieker Aquatics Complex.
The Stanford and UC Santa Cruz men opened the year in a different fashion, swimming an exhibition meet where the event to be swum was decided immediately before the first event by “spinning the wheel”. (Photo Credit: Scott Armstrong)
Washington State faced out fellow PAC-12 school Stanford at the Avery Aquatic Center Thursday afternoon. STOCK
Cal looked very solid in their true season-opener, though UoP had some bright spots with two event wins as well.
USC Head Coach Dave Salo is sending yet another swimmer to a major international meet. This time, it’s U.S. Nationalt Team IMer/breaststroker Meghan Hawthorne.
Kendyl Stewart will bring some versatility to the Team USA roster for the 2013 Duel in the Pool.
The Arizona men have grabbed another tall breaststroker in their class of 2014.
Arizona Wildcats add verbal commitments from JJ Osborn and Claire Lockridge for the class of 2014.
Hannah Weiss of the King Aquatic Club plans to stay on the west coast for her collegiate swimming career.
Andrew Liang is the top men’s recruit in the country to make his verbal commitment public so far this season.