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.
Dave Durden’s Cal Bears won in convincing fashion over rival Stanford 169-74 Saturday morning at the Avery Aquatics Center
Chuck Katis swam his first meet as a Golden Bear on Friday, and walked away with a win in the 200 breaststroke.
Tennessee grad Brad Craig took the 200 breaststroke crown at U.S. Winter Nationals, going 1:52.99.
Harvard’s Chuck Katis will transfer to Cal, with the expectation that he will arrive there at the semester.
The Harvard sophomore has some pretty impressive talents outside of the pool as well. Check out Chuck’s card trick. (Photo Courtesy © gocrimson.com)
Men’s 200 Backstroke Prelims This day couldn’t have started any better for Princeton. Freshman En-Wei Hu-Van Wright swam a 1:43.55 for…
Big Mo, Little Mo: Princeton Ends Roller-Coaster Day 2 Finals Session With a 23-Point Lead Over Harvard
The men’s Ivy League Championship heads into the final day with a tiny advantage for the Princeton Tigers. (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Men’s 400 IM Prelims Harvard freshman Christian Carbone led the way out of the prelims in this 400 IM with…
Harvard started out the meet with a new School Record in the 200 free relay, including Griffin Schumacher (above). (Stock Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Harvard Sophomore Chuck Katis is one of the top breaststrokers in the country, and he’s got his sights set on some Ivy League Titles this week.