The Cal Berkeley YouTube account posted a highlight video from the 2014 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. This inspiring two…
University of California head coach Dave Durden (on the right above) checks in with SwimSwam to share his thoughts on the Golden Bears team title from the weekend, a title that came down to the sixth and final swimming session to be decided.
Cal coaches Yuri Suguiyama (left) and Dave Durden (right) pose with the 2014 CSCAA Men’s Division I Coach of the Year award.
Joao De Lucca wins 100 freestyle in 41.70, says the 100 free win was more meaningful than the 200 free for him this year.
Video interview with Cal Berkeley head coach Dave Durden. Durden’s crew won both relays on day 1 of the men’s NCAA Championships and had several other individual swimmers score.
Coach Durden’s Cal Golden Bears dominate the relays…with a little help from a very loud bench.
Cal Head Coach Dave Durden and seniors Jeremy Bagshaw and Marcin Tarczynski talk after defeating host Stanford 169-74. Video edit – Coleman Hodges
Many thanks to Rafael Domeyko, rafaeldomeyko.com, for these beautiful swimming photos. Featured image: Charlie Houchin
Cal head coach Dave Durden discusses his recruiting class of 2014.
Connor Hoppe is a breaststroke behemoth at 6’5 with 200+ pounds of pure muscle. He’s been a 54.81 in the 100 yards breaststroke and a 1:03.48 in the 100 meters breaststroke. Hoppe recently signed his NLI to Cal.
Clovis Swim Club standout, Connor Hoppe, draws a large crowd of support for his NLI signing.
Courtesy of Cal Swimming and Diving: UC Berkeley Head Swim Coach, Dave Durden, breaks down the Triple Distance Meet. Cal…
Missy Franklin made her college debut in the 200 backstroke against Wisconsin yesterday. (Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
After watching the Michigan Wolverines walk away with the NCAA title a year ago, true freshman Ryan Murphy will look to bring the NCAA team title back to Berkeley.
Tom Shields has already earned $9,000 at this year’s FINA World Cup, but the confidence he’s earned could be worth so much more.