That 21.82 is less than a tenth shy of her fastest dual meet time, a 21.73 from last weekend, and the 2nd fastest dual meet swim in Cal history.
Just as he did against ASU on Friday, Rooney had the fastest splits of the field in the 200 medley relay (fly- 20.38) and 400 free relay (anchor- 42.20).
The reigning NCAA Champions of Stanford had multiple women pull off a winning double as they beat Pac-12 rival USC on Saturday.
The reigning NCAA Champions of Stanford won all but one event in the pool on Friday against Pac-12 rival UCLA. All-American Katie Drabot was a standout.
Weitzel, the first woman to ever break 21 in the 50 free, started her schedule with a 20.89 split to anchor the 200 medley relay.
Pash swept the butterflies with a 52.75 in the 100 and a 1:55.50 in the 200. Both were in-season bests and close to her lifetime bests from midseason.
Jih-Schiff was a double A-finalist at the 2019 CIF State Championships, placing sixth in the 200 IM and eighth in the 100 breast.
A dual citizen in the U.S. and Canada, she trains club with Quicksilver Swimming Santa Cruz and goes to Soquel High School.
The Cal men (above) are the defending NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Champions. (Tickets for the women’s meet have already sold out…)
In preparation for the coming month of NCAA action, we’ve compiled a listing of every conference meet in the NCAA’s Division I.
In the water, the Harvard men have been hit hard by graduations and redshirts this season, but they’re still the nation-leaders in the classroom.
The Conference announced today that Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil was named Pac-12 Women’s Swimmer of the week and teammate Briana Thai was named Diver of the Week.
ASU’s Selim has been named Pac-12 Men’s Diver of the Week for the third time this season, while Cal’s Whitley wins Men’s Swimmer for the first time.
At the 2019 Winter Junior Championships – West, Ruthven went her lifetime best in the mile (17:04.14) to place 19th overall.