Pac-12 Releases Psych Sheets for Men’s Pac-12 Swimming Championships


Psych sheets have dropped for the 2020 Men’s Pac-12 Swimming & Diving Championships, with USC holding a narrow early points lead based on diving.

You can see the full men’s Pac-12 psych sheets here

The psych sheets include diving, though those events happened last week, concurrently with the women’s Pac-12 meet. With all three diving events in the books, USC holds a 14-point lead over Arizona, and two-time defending champs Cal are way back in 6th place.

These psych sheets, like the early entries for most conferences, have a lot of top athletes over-entered. Athletes can only swim three individual races, so those with extra entries will have to scratch some of their races as the meet goes along.

With just six teams, the men’s Pac-12 is a pretty thin conference, and one of the few major conferences in the nation that only scores down to 16th place, rather than the 24-place scoring format most conferences have moved to. That’s still a good fit, here, as multiple events have less than 24 total entrants between the six member schools sponsoring men’s swimming & diving.

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1 year ago

Thin? Texas men only race 2 teams at its conference

1 year ago

USC looks stacked. Should be a good meet for them.

Reply to  JohnBoy
1 year ago

Sarcasm alert 😉

Hint of Lime
1 year ago

Zheng Quah in not 4, not 5, not 6 but 8 events as per the psych sheets. He’s kind of flown under the radar with Seliskar in years past (IMO), but that versatility!!

Reply to  Hint of Lime
1 year ago

What does he typically swim at PAC12s? I know he is elite in the 100/200 fly, but does he choose to do a double and swim the 100 back or take on the 2IM the first day?

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