With the last of its section meets in the books, the California Interscholastic Federation released the psych sheets for its 2nd annual CIF championship meet.
The Palo Alto High School girls and Gunn High School boys successfully defended their respective SCVAL-DAD titles at this year’s championship meet in the Gunn High School pool on April 29, 2016.
SwimMAC took the girls’ crown at Speedo Winter Juniors- East, while the Bolles School Sharks took the boys’ crown. Palo Alto Stanford won both the girls’ and boys’ competitions at Speedo Winter Juniors- West.
Watch all the racing from Day Two finals at Speedo Winter Juniors West.
Katie Drabot won three events -the only three individual events- on Thursday night at Speedo Winter Junior Nationals West.
2015 SPEEDO WINTER JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – WEST University of Texas’s Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center -Austin, TX Wednesday,…
Watch the action from the first day of racing at Speedo Winter Juniors West.
Sean Grieshop combined with Coran Rawls, Micah Slaton, and Taylor Abbott to break the meet record in the boys’ 800 free relay at Speedo Winter Juniors West.
Bolles School’s Andy Song An, who represented the Mexican National Team at both Junior Pan Pacs in 2014 and at Pan Ams in Toronto this past summer, has committed to Cal.
‘Aukai Lileikis, a member of the Aulea Swim Club based out of Kailua and a senior at Punahou High School, has verbally committed to the University of California, Berkeley for 2016-17.
Italian born, but Bolles based, Andrea Vergani has verbally committed to the Cal Golden Bears.
After a 2nd-place finish at last year’s NCAA Championships, Dave Durden and the Cal men have carried momentum into the recruiting season.
Los Altos High School senior Albert Gwo has verbally committed to join Cal Bears for the 2016-17 season.
2015 CIF State Meet Finals – Eastin, Liu, Mefford, Gwo, and Xie Score Big in Inaugural CIF State Meet
Crean Lutheran girls’ 400 free relay established the meet record with 3:20.03, nearly 3 seconds faster than their record-breaking performance last weekend at CIF-SS Division II finals.
Bellarmine boys claimed their 31st CCS title in as many years, while Mitty girls finally took home the big trophy after several years of finishing second and third.