Ryan Murphy is the latest Cal superstar, and he leads a talented crew in search of the Golden Bears’ 4th title in the past 5 seasons.
Hamilton wins duel with Murphy to become Cal ‘King of the Pool’, Li remains undefeated in women’s meet
Will Hamilton had a huge season-opening day at the Cal Poly “King and Queen of the Pool” event, winning a tight battle with defending “King of the Pool” Ryan Murphy for the 2014 title.
Meet record-holder Kosuke Kitajima was back at USC for the Los Angeles Invite. Anton McKee won the 200 breast and established a new record of 2:10.72.
NCAP takes Virginia LC State meet in full force with wins from Ledecky, Hu, Seliskar, Vissering, Katis and Wu
Nation’s Capital Swim Club showed up in full force to the Virginia Long Course State Championships, piling up the wins over the three-day event.
The Cal Berkeley YouTube account posted a highlight video from the 2014 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. This inspiring two…
Texas has hugely outperformed their seeds this week, and our projected scores show them winning, though the 4-point margin means this one should come right down to the wire.
Georgia’s Chase Kalisz smashed one of the most impressive American records on the books with a 3:34.50 in the 400 IM that won him his second NCAA title in the event.
Tony Cox had a huge fly leg for the Cal Bears’ winning/American-Record-setting 200 medley relay.
USC’s Cristian Quintero is one of a bunch of men in hot pursuit of the 200 free title – Quintero cruised to a prelims heat win after taking the 500 free last night.
Coach Durden’s Cal Golden Bears dominate the relays…with a little help from a very loud bench.
Seth Stubblefield came up with two huge relay anchor legs for Cal, which swept the relays and gained a ton of points on night one. The Golden Bears sit a close second to Texas with Florida still in the hunt
With the way he’s dominated the breaststroke events over the past few years, Kevin Cordes has to be the clear favorite to repeat in the 100 breast this week in Austin.
Cordes went 51.23 to wipe away the championships record set by Cal’s Damir Dugonjic back in 2009. That mark was 51.41. Cordes was his typically great self in the back half, coming home in 26.81.
Arizona won this relay, though it turned into a tighter battle than some might have predicted as Cal put up a season-best time in pushing the Wildcats.
Kevin Cordes led the Arizona men to their first ever 200 medley relay win at the Pac 12 Championships.