After losing Torri Huske, Claire Curzan, and Taylor Ruck, the Stanford Cardinal women will be a completely different team this NCAA season.
With the departures of Torri Huske, Claire Curzan and Taylor Ruck, Stanford will lose 66 percent of the individual points they scored at NCAAs last season.
Elmbrook Swim Club 17-year-old Lucy Thomas lowered her own Wisconsin Swimming LSC 17-18 record in the 100 breast last month.
As is the case with most of the relays at this year’s NCAAs, Virginia’s 400 medley relay quartet is simply a step above the rest of the competition.
The Stanford women put on a dominant display at the 2023 PAC-12 Championships, winning their second title in a row by 458 points.
The 2023 women’s Pac-12 Championships will wrap up today with the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 1650, and 400 freestyle relay.
Stanford’s Torri Huske broke the 100 fly Pac-12 Championship meet record held by Louise Hansson by .07 to win the final by 2.3 seconds (49.27).
The Pac-12 Championships continue tonight with finals of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 back, 100 breast, and 400 medley relay.
Stanford freshman Claire Curzan takes on the 100 butterfly/100 backstroke double on the third day of the 2023 PAC-12 Championships.
Stanford sophomore Torri Huske will swim the 50 free on Thursday, a deviation from her day 2 choice at previous collegiate championships.
Stanford hosted Cal for a women’s dual meet on Saturday, marking the final regular season meet for both programs as the Pac-12 Championships rapidly approach.
The Cardinal women improved to 4-0 on the season with a 169.5-99.5 rout of Arizona, sweeping the title in every race they contested on Saturday.
Led by Claire Curzan, the Stanford Cardinal have an unmatched freshman class this season that will help propel them back into national title contention.
Elmbrook Swim Club’s Lucy Thomas blasted a new lifetime best of 1:08.07 in the 100 breast to break the Juniors meet record.
Morgan Tankersley (above) and Lucie Nordmann combined for 39 individual points for Stanford at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.