Previews & Recaps
The Stanford women won their 4th straight Pac 12 championship last weekend. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers.
Stanford had several first-time individual champions at this meet. In fact, every single swimming champion for the Cardinal had never won individually before.
After winning the race with the Pac-12 Meet Record as a freshman with Cal, now-senior Cierra Runge of ASU looks to return to the top of the podium in the mile
Arizona All-American Kirsten Jacobsen swam faster than all but one of tonight’s seeds. It was her first best time in any event since 2018.
Diving could go a long way in closing the gap, as the Trojans have a shot to run down the Bears on the final night of Pac-12s.
We saw Day 4 of racing pick up, with some very exciting swims to end the conference championship weekend on a high note.
After 3 days of conference action, we’ve seen some very solid swims. But nothing breath taking, no swim with that X factor to really pile the pancakes on.
She tied the #3 performance all-time with a 21.03, matching Tennessee’s Erika Brown, who set the SEC Record with a 21.03 last week.
After Day 2 of the conference meets, we’ve seen some very solid swimming across the board. However, nothing that is really mind blowing at this point.
After declaring a false start in the 200 free, where she was the 2019 champion, Weitzeil was seen on deck wearing a sling during finals.
Cal will still have Robin Neumann in the championship heat, but missing the defending champion is a setback for the Bears.
Things will get interesting between UCLA and USC for 3rd, as the Bruins are projected to be 10 points ahead if we score prelims.
USC’s Laticia Transom, a sophomore, raced to a 1:44.75 in prelims. However, she was ultimately disqualified for a false start.
Stanford had 3 swimmers scratch the 200 free. Nordmann and Voss will compete in the 100 back, while Forde will swim the 400 IM.