Texas went 1-2 at last year’s NCAA Championships in the 200 back; but this year, a different Longhorn has the top seed.
Indiana looks just as strong as last year in this event, and they will be gunning for their 2nd-straight win.
Stanford will be off to a strong start with three swimmers in the ‘A’ final of the 1650, but Cal has more overall firepower throughout tonight’s finals.
Another interesting aspect of today is the brewing team battle between USC and Utah for 5th place. The Utes only are lagging behind the Trojans by 38 points going into today, and with that margin, anything is poosible.
ASU’s Grant House is one of the top medal threats in the 200 free tonight, but he’ll be competing with the likes of Cal’s Andrew Seliskar and Stanford’s Jack LeVant.
The Biggest news coming into this morning is that Andrew Seliskar will not be swimming the 400 IM, and rather is opting for the 200 free today.
The 2019 Pac-12 Men’s Championships continue tonight with finals of the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 200 free relay.
Pawel Sendyk comes in as the top seed for this morning’s preliminary heats of the 50 freestyle and is searching for his first Pac-12 individual title.
Tonight’s session is a quick one with just 2 events: the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay. Look for Cal’s Andrew Seliskar to make a splash.
Andrew Seliskar leads a stacked Cal group that’s looking for their second consecutive Men’s Pac-12 title.
It’s the calm before the conference storm in our Power Rankings, with the uneasy split of #1 votes remaining identical to our last ranks.
Cal V. USC (Men) February 8th, 2019 Berkeley, CA Results Final Scores Cal 156- USC 126 (exhibition impacted) The men…
The Conference office announced today that Daniel Carr of Cal was named Pac-12 Men’s Swimmer of the Week and Arizona State’s David Hoffer was voted Pac-12 Men’s Diver of the Week.
Destin Lasco of Pleasantville Aquatics and Mainland Regional High School has verbally committed to the Cal Golden Bears for 2020-21.
Coming into Cal as a freshman, Bryce Mefford was intimidated walking into practice, stepping up on the blocks next to names like Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley. But times have changed