Highlighting the second finals session was Olympian Abbey Weitzeil in the women’s 50 free, who swam a pair of identical times at 24.61.
Mexican Angel Martinez hit 2:00.18 to break his own 200 IM national record of 2:00.58. At the same time, Carson Foster put up a US No. 4 time of 1:59.23.
During Friday’s finals session in Austin, both Isabelle Stadden (200 BK) and Madisyn Cox (200 FR) put up personal bests.
Isabelle Stadden hit a 2:07.93 PB to remain the 12th-fastest American in history in the 200 BK. Among active U.S. performers, Stadden also remains No. 6.
Hugo Gonzalez continues to perform unbelievably in Budapest, closing in a scintillating 27.76 to win the men’s 200 IM in a time of 1:56.76.
Following a July 2020 announcement that they would be cutting 11 teams, Stanford University has announced that they’ve decided otherwise.
Out like a lightning bolt was Cal’s Trenton Julian, splitting 54.64 at the halfway point and never slowing down, touching the wall with a 1:55.77
Ali Harrison, who qualified for the NCAA Championships 3 times in her 4 year career at Cal, will swim her final collegiate season at Duke.
Kliavkoff comes to the Pac-12 Conference from MGM Resorts International, where he was president of entertainment and sports.
Arizona State’s diving program has won 6 NCAA titles in its history. Head coach Mark Bradshaw retired after the end of the 2019-2020 season.
Two-time Big Ten champion Calypso Sheridan will transfer to USC to swim her remaining year of eligibility while attend graduate school.
Golden West Swim Club breaststroker Hank Rivers, the #20 recruit on our Way Too Early list of 2021 boys, has made a verbal commitment to Cal.
The first sibling not to swim for BYU, The Woodlands Swim Team’s Alyssa Sorensen will head to the Univerity of Utah in the fall.
James Don, originally an Army West Point verbal commit, has announced he will attend Arizona State University and swim for the Sun Devils next fall.
Ivey earned Cal’s Most Outstanding Award after her record-setting performance during the season.