Mitch Bowmile is back with his weekly roundup of swimming competition. This week, Mitch tackles the college conference championships that happened across the country last weekend including the men’s ACCs, men’s Big Tens and women’s Pac-12s.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – ARIZONA’s Margo Geer was named the Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the Conference office announced on…
Arizona’s Margo Geer is the defending NCAA Champion, and it’s she, not Missy Franklin, who’s in control going into the women’s 100 free final.
Arizona’s Margo Geer leads a loaded 100 free field that includes Cal star Missy Franklin and 50 free champion Kasey Carlson.
SwimSwam partners FINIS have teamed up with swimming photographer Mike Lewis of Ola Vista Photography to share some behind the scenes…
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.
The Golden Bears put 13 swimmers up, almost double what Stanford or USC had this morning. They’ll need to make the most of it, though, as they trail Stanford by over 100 and USC by almost 50 after last night.
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.
USC’s Stina Gardell leads a strong group of 200 IM’ers into tonight’s Pac-12 final.
Missy Franklin and the Cal Bears will look to start off hot at the women’s Pac-12 Championship.
Garrett McCaffrey and Morgan Priestley look forward to the 2nd batch of D1 conference championships.
Stanford will look to defend their 2013 title against very strong Cal and USC teams.
6-time 2013 World Championship gold medalist Missy Franklin has been nominated for a Laureus World Sports award, joining five other female superstars from various sports on the just-released nominee list.
Update: Arizona has confirmed that Tandy will have two years of eligibility: this season and next. The biggest news, perhaps,…
Dave Durden’s Cal Bears won in convincing fashion over rival Stanford 169-74 Saturday morning at the Avery Aquatics Center