Gabriel Jett will be one of many key players for the Cal men this season as they seek a national title defense. For now, we’re picking them to do so.
Schemmel is an MSU swimming alum, having competed for the Spartans from 2004-2008 before starting his collegiate coaching career.
The Cal Golden Bears won their 5th NCAA title under Dave Durden this past weekend, but how does the rest of the standings shake out from a conference view?
The four-time defending champion Cal Bears are likely to meet their stiffest Pac-12 challenge in some time this season with ASU and Stanford.
Paul Violich (left) established in 2017 an endowment for the Stanford women’s head swimming coach position, currently held by Greg Meehan (right).
Meehan and Schemmel explained what an endowment was, where theirs came from, and the impact it has on an athletics program.
Three-year NCAA scorer True Sweetser will compete for Stanford this college season after sitting out last year on an Olympic gap year.
IU is rising, Florida is falling. Who else is on the move in our latest edition of NCAA Power Rankings heading into Conference Championship season?
Stanford sprinter Alberto Mestre will not be competing for the Cardinal for the rest of the season as he focuses on the upcoming Olympic games.
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2019 World Championships 100 fly silver medalist Andrei Minakov announced today his verbal commitment to the Stanford Cardinal.
DeVine hinted at more specific mistreatment he says he faced as a member of the Stanford swim program, and referenced punishments by USA Swimming & Stanford.
Abrahm DeVine told Stanford’s student newspaper that he drank at a Team USA meet, but stands by his claims that he was alienated by a homophobic culture.
Sequeira is the 5th big-time commitment for Stanford since new head coach Dan Schemmel took ovver the program in May of 2019.
Stanford lost Grant Shoults, Jack Levant and Alberto Mestre last year, and needs them back to make a return to the NCAA’s top 10.