Coming off an impressive long course season, Justina Kozan will play a pivotal role if the USC women are to match their top-12 finish from last season.
Stanford freshman Claire Curzan takes on the 100 butterfly/100 backstroke double on the third day of the 2023 PAC-12 Championships.
USC’s Isabelle Odgers put up a solid swim in the women’s 200 breast, clocking a 2:12.69 to win the race by a large margin.
Kahler kicked things off with a dominant win in the 1000 free, swimming a 10:02.03.
ASU sophomore Leon Marchand goes 10-for-10 in individual event wins this season. USC women defeat ASU with three multi-event winners.
Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA in all three divisions.
First-Team All-American Laticia Transom, who finished 7th in the 200 free at NCAAs last year, popped up in a Hawaii cap at last weekend’s USC Invite.
Kaitlyn Dobler and Reid Mikuta went times of 57.83 and 51.41 in the 100 breast respectively, which both would have scored at NCAAs last season.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Bernal was the only swimming point scorer at NCAAs this year for the Arizona women, finishing 12th in the 100 back with a time of 51.24.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde was one of just a handful of 5th year swimmers who scored more points at this year’s NCAA Championship meet than last year’s.
Cal’s Izzy Ivey comes into the final day of Pac-12s as the defending champion in the women’s 100 freestyle.
Freshman Regan Smith of Stanford will swim the 100 back/100 fly double today. She will face off with Huske in the 100 fly and Stadden in the 100 back.
Senior NCAA champion and US Olympian Brooke Forde leads a reloaded Stanford Cardinal against the defending PAC 12 champion Cal Golden Bears.
Arizona’s Aria Bernal picked up two wins for the Wildcats against ASU, while Utah’s Holly Waxman earned a trio of top-five finishes at the Air Force Invite.