ASU swimmer Grant House won two more events and fellow Sun Devil Emma Nordin won her second event at Day 3 of the Phoenix Sectional meet.
Grant House leads a contingent of ASU swimmers competing at the Phoenix Sectional meet. House won the 100 Free and 200 IM last night
U.S. National Teamer Torri Huske broke her own 100 fly National Age Group Record (49.70), then swam the 2nd all-time fastest 50 free in her age group (21.39).
Fresh off an ISL title with the Cali Condors, Hali Flickinger went 2:09.02 in the 200 long course meter fly to check in at #2 among U.S. women this season.
Coach Bob Bowman had his Arizona State Sun Devils competing at an incredible level in the first half of March, before the NCAA season was halted by COVID-19.
For the men’s mid-season quotes, we had spoken with a lot of seniors who had high hopes for the end of the season, which is, as we’ve said before, devastating
Cal’s Reece Whitley will race for a sweep in the 200 breast against Stanford’s Daniel Roy. Last night, Whitley became the 10th fastest ever in the 100 breast.
Arizona distance star Brooks Fail is set to swim a double day. He’ll be racing in the 200 fly today. Fail will also swim in the championship heat of the mile.
Cal’s Ryan Hoffer is chasing his 2nd title of the meet in the 100 fly against top seed Cody Bybee of ASU and teammate Zheng Quah, the defending champion.
ASU’s Zach Poti is the defending Pac-12 Champion in the men’s 100 back and tied his lifetime best on Wednesday night’s 400 medley relay.
After taking a redshirt last season, Stanford senior Grant Shoults looks to return to the top of the Pac-12 500 free podium.
The first individual races of the 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships take place this morning, as swimmers gear up for the 500 free, 200 IM, and 50 free.
On night 1 of the 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships, 2-time defending Pac-12 and reigning NCAA Champion Cal will race to defend their titles in both relays.
The Sun Devil women saw a School Record fall in the 200 fly, as Lindsey Looney dropped nearly a full second to take down the 11-year-old mark.
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