Texas and Arizona State split at ASU’s home pool Friday afternoon.
Cole Kilburn of Texas’s Pittsburgh High School and Longview Swim Club has verbally committed to Arizona State University’s class of 2022.
Jensen won the individual 100 free in 43.07 before leading off the winning 400 free relay in 42.99.
Granite Bay High School and Sierra Marlins Swim Team’s Chloe Clark has verbally committed to swim for the University of California, Berkeley in its class of 2023, according to the Sierra Nevada LSC’s Twitter feed.
The most impressive relay split of the day came from Cal’s Michael Jensen, who put up a 19.08 on the 2nd leg of the 200 free relay.
Senior Janet Hu turned in a new Pool Record to help Stanford to victory over Pac-12 foe Arizona State.
As part of the autonomy system, the five major NCAA conferences voted last week to provide medical treatment to student-athletes for at least two years after the student leaves the institution.
The Conference office announced today that Janet Hu of Stanford was named Pac-12 Women’s Swimmer of the Week and ARIZONA STATE’s Ashley McCool was voted Pac-12 Women’s Diver of the Week.
The women’s meet came down to the final event, which Utah won to claim victory in the meet by 2 points.
The Pac-12 Conference announced today that ARIZONA’S Justin Wright was named Pac-12 Swimmer of the Week and STANFORD’S Tarek Abdelghany was voted Pac-12 Men’s Diver of the Week.
After being absent from competition for the first half of the season, All-American Megan Byrnes and NCAA champion Simone Manuel made their 2017-18 debut.
While the men’s NCAA national championship is shaping up to be a dogfight between Cal and Texas, Stanford looks like…
After a semester abroad in Australia, USC junior Carsten Vissering made his return to NCAA swimming with a very strong 100 breast in USC’s Monday dual with the visiting Wisconsin Badgers.
Representatives from the NCAA’s Power 5 conferences (and athlete representatives) will meet this week to consider and vote on proposals to “enhance the student-athlete experience.”
The California men and Texas A&M women retained the top rankings in the latest dual meet poll from the Collegiate Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).