Previews & Recaps
Like the Big Ten, the Pac-12 had a shortened regular season which made Swimulator projections harder to evaluate. Utah was the biggest overperformer.
Tonight, Stanford’s 4-year Pac-12 winning streak could be in jeopardy as the Cal Bears trail behind the Cardinals by 16.5 points.
Isabel Ivey is leading a 1-2-3-4 Cal charge in the 100 free final, putting Cal in a position to potentially outscore four-time defending champions, Stanford
Isabelle Stadden will challenge the 1:50 barrier in the 200 back today, while the Cal Bears hold the top four seeds in the 100 free.
With so much going on, SwimSwam wants to provide a quick snapshot at the highlights from yesterday’s collegiate conference meets.
Here’s a look at some of the best interviews from the PAC-12 Women’s Championships, including quotes from Brooke Forde, Teri McKeever, and Isabel Ivey.
Destin Lasco, a freshman at Cal, swam the third-fastest time in history by a freshman to win the Pac-12 title in the 200 back on Wednesday.
Ivey was dominant in winning the 100 free, 100 back and 100 fly individually, while also contributing on four winning relays for the Golden Bears.
Cal reclaimed the Pac 12 title last night from rival Stanford. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of t the numbers.
The Louisville Cardinals pulled off a 2-point upset, breaking NC State’s 6-year conference championship string on Saturday night.
The Cal women went 5-for-5 and swept all relays here in Houston, with Izzy Ivey anchoring the Bears in a 46.81 to aid their 400 FR-R win by over 3 seconds.