After defeating Arizona on Friday, UCLA hosted Arizona State on Saturday for another Pac-12 women’s dual meet.
UCLA sophomore Ana Jih-Schiff broke the Ute Natatorium pool record en route to her victory, finishing in a time of 2:15.28.
UCLA fifth-year Claire Grover swam a 23.06 to win the 50 free and anchored on the 200 free and 400 medley relays to claim both victories.
Madeleine Hebert has won an event on all three days of the meet so far winning the 400 free in a best time of 4:23.27 on night 3.
Freshman Regan Smith of Stanford will swim the 100 back/100 fly double today. She will face off with Huske in the 100 fly and Stadden in the 100 back.
1:01/2:14 breaststroker Sarah Bennetts from DART at Davis Aquadarts will join the UCLA Bruins in the class of 2027.
Grover’s 100 free PB stands at 48.74, from the 2019 Pac-12 Championships.
The UCLA women spread the wealth with nine swimmers winning an individual event in their Saturday dual against UC Santa Barbara.
Northwestern’s Ashley Strouse is capable of coming in and scoring at the NCAA level right away with elite best times in the freestyle events.
Cal grad Amy Bilquist posted a 28.75 50 meter back on Saturday, 5 months post-shoulder surgery. Eva Carlson dropped lifetime best 50 and 100 breast times.
Kennedy Noble of the YMCA Westside Silver Fins had four event wins to take women’s high-point honors at the Phoenix Sectionals.
Nick Simons clocked a 2:00.45 in the 200 back, dropping 3.6 seconds and earning a berth at U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Santo Condorelli ripped a 22.27 to win the 50 free in Beaverton, the fastest time of the nine combined U.S. Open meets.
Condorelli, who finished 4th in the 100 free at the 2016 Olympic Games, is the only entry in the men’s 100 free at the meet.
Taylor Schaffer (center) will follow in the footsteps of her older sister Brooke (left) and her dad Greg (right), both of whom swam for the UCLA Bruins.