5 Big Things from the final day of the 2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships: Who won the Murphy-Nolan battle?
Steven Stumphs breakthrough weekend was a big reason why USC pulled off the 9-point win over Stanford.
Sophomore Steven Stumph had a breakthrough 200 breaststroke on a huge morning for the USC Trojans.
On a big night for defending champs, USC’s Cristian Quintero became the first man to sweep the 200 and 500 free titles in three consectuive seasons at the Pac-12 Championships.
Congratulations to Stanford’s David Nolan, the new American record holder and U.S. Open record holder in the men’s 200 IM (1:40.07).
Dave Nolan from Stanford was tonight’s big winner, cranking out a new American, U.S. Open and NCAA record in his 200 IM performance.
2015 Men’s Pac 12 Conference Championships Fan Guide: Cal Shooting For Three-Peat, But Cardinal and Trojans Will Make it Interesting
Seth Stubblefield and the Cal Bears are shooting for their third Pac 12 team title in a row
Though there’s still plenty of scratching left to be done before the meet begins Wednesday night, we’ve got up to three match-ups slated between Cal star Ryan Murphy and his Stanford counterpart Dave Nolan.
Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.
Nick Soedel topped Cristian Quintero (pictured) in the individual 100 free, but Quintero beat Soedel leading off the 400 free relay as USC topped Utah on the road.
The USC men’s swimming and diving team wraps up the regular season Friday (Feb. 20) and Saturday (Feb. 21) with a two-day meet at Pac-12 foe Utah.
Steven Stumph (above) had a nice win in the 200 breast, his first time this season under 2 minutes.
FULL MEET RESULTS HERE The #22 USC Trojans traveled to Berkeley, CA, for their weekend Bay Area showdowns with #7 Cal…
The USC men’s swimming and diving team continues the spring season with a trip north to face its Bay Rivals California on Friday (Feb. 6) at 1 p.m. and at Stanford (Feb. 7) at noon.