Previews & Recaps
It was a rocky start for the Golden Bears, who sat in last place through the first 7 events of the meet.
Cal and Arizona State sent the 2022 Men’s Pac-12 Championships out in style, both beating the Pac-12 record, and giving us an incredible race in the process.
Marchand’s swim marked a massive personal best, and he absolutely shattered the Arizona State program record with the performance.
The swim marks Mefford’s 2nd-fastest performance of his career and a season best.
Cal made a huge move on Friday but still find themselves down 63 points to Stanford heading into the final day of the meet.
The Cal men held off Stanford to win their 5th straight Pac 12 championship over the weekend. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All over the numbers.
Arizona State sprinting has come a long way in 7 seasons under head coach Bob Bowman, and even further from where they were 10 years ago.
Andrei Minakov is just the fourth man to break 44 seconds in the 100 fly, joining the likes of Caeleb Dressel, Tom Shields, and Joseph Schooling.
Bjorn Seeliger, who won the 50 freestyle on Thursday night, is the 1st seed in Friday night’s 100 backstroke final. Last year, Cal went 1-2-3 in this event.
Stanford redshirt freshman Andrei Minakov broke the Pac-12 championship record in the 100 butterfly. He’s now the fastest freshman in NCAA history.