he meet, which was close from day 1, turned into an absolute nail-biter tonight, with 4 lead changes in the team standings during the final session.
Two-time defending conference champions San Diego State took the lead on Day 3, although the team standings remain very tight.
Grover swam 4 relays amid 5 events across two days of racing, which included a big season-opening split in the 200 free relay.
Israeli breaststroker Keren Wasserman will transfer to Fresno State next season. She swam two years at ECU and served as team captain in 2019-20.
Rancho San Dieguito’s Rylee Gordillo has committed to swim for Fresno State beginning fall 2020. Gordillo specializes specifically in the 500 freestyle.
The Aztecs also claimed the Swimmer of the Year award, with Klara Thormalm scoring a meet-leading 96 individual points.
Thormalm swam a new Moutnain West meet record of 59.33, leading a 1-2-3 charge by the Aztecs.
Cal earmed victories in seven of the eight events on Saturday as the Bears closed out the meet atop the overall standings at the Chick-fil-A Invitational.
Sprinter and Backstroker Athena Clayson will get to try out Short Course Yards swimming as a member of the Fresno State Bulldogs.
Marissa Johnson of Southern California’s Sierra Canyon School and Buenaventura Swim Club has committed to Fresno State for 2019-20.
James Guy became the fastest Brit since 2009 in the 200m fly, while Anna Hopkin notched a 50 free textile British Record of her own. Teenager Kayla Sanchez also threw down a massive swim in the 100 IM.