The 2019 Pac-12 Women’s and Men’s Championships will be held in Federal Way, WA at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.
Junior Kathleen Baker, who set an American record while defending her NCAA title in the 200-yard backstroke last month, was named Cal’s MVP for the second year in a row at the women’s swimming & diving team’s annual banquet Sunday afternoon.
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American swimming star Missy Franklin was in New York last week on her school’s spring break, and appeared on the Today Show to talk about her final college season and her decision to go pro.
Runge picked up second place points with her time of 4:33.82, dropping a second and a half from her prelim swim
After keeping the swimming fandom in a state of suspense throughout the recruiting season, national high school record-holder Abbey Weitzel has signed on with the California Golden Bears.
Michael Thomas of Horsham, Pennsylvania has given a verbal commitment to Coach Dave Durden and the California Golden Bears. Thomas…
Ken Takahashi of AquaZot Swim Club and Irvine’s University High Makes His Choice: California Golden Bears
Ken Takahashi has given his verbal commitment to the University of California at Berkeley for the 2015-16 season.
Capo Valley senior Nick Norman has made a verbal commitment to swim with Cal starting with the 2015-16 season.
Tony Cox had a huge fly leg for the Cal Bears’ winning/American-Record-setting 200 medley relay.
Arizona’s American Record holder, Kevin Cordes, is the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke for tonight’s session of the PAC-12 Championships.
The Golden Bears got a pair of wins from Missy Franklin to top UCLA a day after enduring a surprise beatdown at USC.
Cal was nothing short of dominant at home, winning 206-92 on the men’s side and 190-109 for the women. Missy Franklin and Ryan Murphy each won four races, putting up huge relay splits along the way.