Video Courtesy: Pac-12 Networks 2016 MEN’S PAC-12 CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 2nd- Saturday, March 5th Prelims 11 AM, Finals 6 PM…
Live Recap of the day 2 finals at the Men’s Pac-12 Championships.
With the 2016 Women’s Pac-12 Championships looming this week, one of the conference’s top teams is riding a major second-semester boost – the USC Trojans have welcomed back senior All-American Kendyl Stewart from a fall-semester redshirt.
The men of USC finished off their regular season with a win against the University of Utah, improving their dual record to 9-1.
Who knew? All it took was four key swimmers returning from redshirt semesters to turn USC into the fastest-rising team in our final regular-season power rankings.
The Trojan men were able to avenge last year’s loss while the women extended their streak to five straight over the Badgers
Michael Andrew broke the NAG record in the 100 fly and also posted the second fastest time in history in the men’s 15-16 100 breaststroke with a 53.09.
Ella Eastin looks for her third win in three days on Saturday night.
Michael Andrew split 24.50/28.36 on the way to a 52.86 that clipped Justin Lynch’s Junior National meet record of 52.91.
Former Junior World Champ Ella Eastin will swim a full lineup in her last Junior National Championships ever.
Junior star swimmers Ella Eastin, Katie Drabot, Michael Andrew, Sean Grieshop, Alex Valente, Reece Whitley, Maxime Rooney and Miranda Tucker will compete at Speedo Junior Nationals in San Antonio, Texas.
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.
Ella Eastin is the top qualifier in the 200 IM and second in the 100 breast. She is only 1/10 off the national high school record in the IM, heading into Saturday’s finals.
Watch Alex Valente win the 100 fly in 46.00 and Abbey Weitzeil win the 100 free in 47.33.
Alex Valente of Dos Pueblos High School has a legitimate shot at Joseph Schooling’s national high school record in the 100 fly at the inaugural California state swimming and diving meet.