Maggie MacNeil capped off her impressive triple by splitting a 49.10 100 fly on the 400 medley relay, marking the fastest split in history.
Kahler kicked things off with a dominant win in the 1000 free, swimming a 10:02.03.
ASU sophomore Leon Marchand goes 10-for-10 in individual event wins this season. USC women defeat ASU with three multi-event winners.
Torri Huske and the Stanford women have looked strong this season, bumping up them to the #2 slot in the second edition of our NCAA power rankings.
Kaitlyn Dobler and Reid Mikuta went times of 57.83 and 51.41 in the 100 breast respectively, which both would have scored at NCAAs last season.
USC’s Isabelle Odgers (pictured) was the top points scorer on the women’s side of the meet, racking up a total of 52 individual points.
Foster’s time is faster than the automatic qualifying standard of 3:39.16 for NCAAs, making Foster the first swimmer to hit such a cut in the 2022-23 season.
14-year-old Laon Kim won the 50 free in a time of 24.04, just seven one-hundredths shy of the Canadian boys’ 13-14 NAG record set back in 2000.
Teagan O’Dell clocked a few of the fastest times this season among 15-year-old girls during the 2022 So Cal Invite last weekend in Irvine, California.
Cal’s Izzy Ivey comes into the final day of Pac-12s as the defending champion in the women’s 100 freestyle.
Stanford has two of the top seeds for tonight’s individual events, while USC’s Calypso Sheridan is the #1 entrant in the 200 IM.
After going 19.14 in prelims, and 19.30 on the 200 free relay, Curry popped his third-fastest time ever in finals in College Station.
The Virginia Cavaliers have assembled a loaded roster that leads the NCAA ranks. The top threats to their title run, though, remain hard to predict.
The Pac-12 brings in three of the top five recruiting classes nationwide on the women’s side, and a young Stanford team gets even tougher.
Henderson, who is expected to join the Trojans for the 2020-2021 season, is Jeremy Kipp’s first big recruit as the program’s new head coach.