All-American Katie Drabot, a Pan Pacs medalist, led the 200 fly in 1:55.23. She returned for the 500 free, outpacing Arizona’s Hannah Cox 4:46.36 to 4:49.24.
The Stanford men battled closely with Pac-12 rival Arizona State for most of their dual meet on Friday, but the Cardinal pulled together to take the win.
A pair of big 100-meter fly swims highlighted this morning’s Art Adamson prelims: USC senior Louise Hansson went 58.14 and A&M sophomore Shaine Casas 52.34.
A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
The Stanford women topped Arkansas at their season opener, where 10 top-10 NCAA times were posted. Among them, Brooke Forde put up a #3 time in the 1000 free.
Gone are the days of Ledecky, Manuel, Eastin and Ruck. But Stanford still has the depth of multiple #1 recruiting classes who will need to step up in 2020.
#12 Alexandra Crisera is one of four incoming freshmen for three-time defending NCAA champions Stanford. We start our countdown of women’s classes today.
Brea Aquatics 15-year-old Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free for tonight’s A final, where she’ll battle four other women who posted 2:01’s.
Rye Ulett is the top seed tonight in a crowded 100 back final at Junior Nationals. The third seed is older sister Tristen Ulett.
Friday morning will consist of heats of women’s and men’s 200 free, 200 breast, and 100 back.
Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free on Friday morning at U.S. Speedo Junior Nationals in Palo Alto, California.
This morning’s session will feature prelims of the 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, and 400 IM. The top 24 finishers from the heats will advance to the finals.
Jude Williams and Tony Moore (pictured) both earned 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials cuts on Saturday night at Santa Clarita Sectionals.
Michael Tenney scored wins #2 and #3 and Kenisha Liu picked up her third individual gold on day 2 of Santa Clarita Sectionals.
Last year’s #1-ranked recruit graduated early, leaving this class a little thinner than it was. But new #1 Kate Douglass is a tailor-made NCAA prospect with sprint speed across all four strokes – and she’s part of a monster recruiting class for one rising NCAA program.