USA Swimming has announced the addition of Bella Sims, Claire Curzan, Kate Douglass, and Daniel Roy to their 2020-2021 national team.
The Texas men lead all teams with six swimmers hitting automatic qualifying times so far this year, and the Texas women have four swimmers locked in.
Cal and Texas continue to duel for the nation’s top spot, with veterans like Reece Whitley (pictured) and Drew Kibler leading the way and rookies stepping up.
Nathan Adrian made an appearance at the meet, swimming the men’s LCM 50 and 100 free.
Hayden Zheng has verbally committed to Stanford men’s swimming and diving for 2021-22. His 100/200 breast times are already A final-ready for Pac-12s.
With 10 recruiting classes ranked since SwimSwam’s inception, we’re looking back at the top overall NCAA swimming recruits since the class of 2013.
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 Zheng Quah has scratched from his 5th seed in the 100 back and 6th seed in the 200 free. That’s no surprise, as he’ll swim the 100 fly.
Gonzalez put up a 1:51.63 in a 200 breast time trial on night 1. That’s the 4th fastest time in the NCAA this season and a lifetime best by over 2 seconds.
The Cal Golden Bears are the heavy favorites to make it a threepeat at the 2020 Pac-12 Championships. Things could get interesting in the runner-up race.
The Stanford men battled closely with Pac-12 rival Arizona State for most of their dual meet on Friday, but the Cardinal pulled together to take the win.
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.
Though American swimmers hold the World Records in every event this morning except the men’s 400 free, none of them will be racing in Palo Alto today.
After a battle for 1st place, Daniel Roy broke down his new race strategy in the 200 breast, as well as the impact that Stanford’s new coaching staff has had