Previews & Recaps
Cristian Quintero won his third event as the Trojans battled their way from second place to their first conference title in 36 years.
Sophomore Steven Stumph had a breakthrough 200 breaststroke on a huge morning for the USC Trojans.
Josh Prenot holds the top seed in the 400 IM in tonight’s finals, after breaking the Pac-!2 meet record in prelims with a time of 3:40.84.
Ryan Murphy and the rest of the Cal Bears try to set themselves up this morning for some mega point-earning Finals swims to continue their ascent in the overall team standings.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy aims at defending his Pac-12 100 backstroke title on Day 3 of the Pac-12 Championships.
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Steven Stumphs breakthrough weekend was a big reason why USC pulled off the 9-point win over Stanford.
University of Southern California freshman Ian Silverman set a new American Paralympic record in the 200 free in a time trial Friday.
Stanford’s Kristian Ipsen led a 1-2 finish on 3-meter to help the Cardinal maintain its lead over USC and Cal.
On a big night for defending champs, USC’s Cristian Quintero became the first man to sweep the 200 and 500 free titles in three consectuive seasons at the Pac-12 Championships.
It’s not a full race video, but some video highlights of David Nolan’s new American record-setting 200 IM from the Pac-12 Championships have surfaced on the Stanford website.