Southern California has set itself up for its first conference title in Pac-12 history, leading all teams with 18 scoring swims on night 4.
USC coach Dave Salo has his Trojan women in position to win their first-ever Pac 10/Pac-12 team title heading into the final day of competition.
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Tonight we’ll see a loaded field in the women’s 100 back led by Cal freshman Amy Bilquist, who set a new NAG and Pac-12 meet record with a blazing 50.50 this morning.
The 17-18 National Age Group (NAG) 400 IM record has passed from one Stanford Cardinal standout to another as Ella Eastin has broken Maya DiRado’s mark at the 2016 Pac-12 Championships.
It’s day 3 at the women’s Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way and the Stanford women have jumped into the lead with 557 points.
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Chelsea Chenault leads the Trojans into battle tonight as the top seed in the 500 freestyle.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin (above) moved to 7th on the all-time rankings in the 200 yard IM on Thursday.
Stanford’s Ella Eastin moved into the top-10 swimmers of all-time in the 200 IM on Wednesday.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin torched the field’s best 200 free split on the 800 free relay last night, and she’ll have her hand at the 200 IM this morning, where she comes in as the top seed.
The women from Stanford blasted to a new NCAA and Pac-12 Record in the women’s 200 medley relay to get things started.
A number of stars have cleared out of the Pac-12 since last year, but Olympian Lia Neal leads a loaded Stanford crew looking to knock off defending NCAA champs Cal.
The psych sheets are now available for the 2016 Women’s Pac-12 Championships, with California freshman and U.S. National Teamer Katie McLaughlin set to return from a neck injury.
Olivia Smoliga appears to have regained the form that earned her an NCAA title as a freshman. But is it enough to keep Georgia atop some surging Pac-12 challengers?