UCLA visited the UC San Diego Tritons in La Jolla over the weekend, winning a women’s dual meet 193-99.
Wisconsin’s Abby Carlson won the women’s 500 free in 4:50.90, setting a new Pool Record.
On the men’s side, BYU defended their 2021 MPSF title, winning the conference title for the 6th time in program history.
UC San Diego and BYU lead in the women’s and men’s meets, respectively, with one day left in the 2022 MPSF Championships.
The swim also marked a personal best for Nelson, bettering his previous top mark of 4:17.62, which he swam in the fall.
For the first time since November, the UCSD men’s and women’s team were home at the same time to take on Pomona-Pitzer. They won both meets.
D’Arcy clocked a 52.49, chipping 0.01 seconds off her previous best, which she had swum at the Pepperdine Invite in November of 2019.
2019 Futures finalist Alana Barthel has announced her decision to swim at the University of California at San Diego beginning in the fall of 2021.
UCLA’s Stephanie Su kicked off the individual races of the day by breaking the pool record in the 1000 free.
Nine meet records were broken with 10 race times faster than the previous record as UC San Diego competed in the annual Blue vs Gold intrasquad race.
Jordan Phillips of the UC San Diego women’s swimming and diving team earned the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF)/TYR Female Athlete of the Week award for her efforts in the Tritons’ dual meet victory over the University of San Diego on Saturday
Gabby Rosely of Michigan’s Walled Lake Northern High School and Huron Valley Penguins has signed an NLI to swim for the University of California, San Diego next fall.
Olivia Parks of CCAT Swimming and Notre Dame High School has elected to become a Triton next year.
Jordan Phillips from Marlborough School and Los Angeles Swim Club has verbally committed to swim for the University of California, San Diego in the fall.