Cal junior Josh Prenot has been voted as the Pac-12 Men’s Swimmer of the Month for January 2015 after 5 wins in…
Josh Prenot was strong en route to three individual wins on Saturday, including a 200 yard breaststroke upset over defending NCAA Champion Kevin Cordes.
Franklin, pictured above, won three events and looked solid in Cal’s win over ASU.
Prenot beat reigning national champ Tyler Clary and reigning Olympic champ Ryan Lochte in a big breakout swim in Austin.
“If Prenot can hold on to the back half of his races at NCAA’s as well as he is today, we may have a few upsets on our hands this year.”
Women’s 200 free – A FINAL (featured above) Women’s 200 free – B FINAL Men’s 200 free – A FINAL…
Ryan Lochte delivered a third place and a solid time (after only two weeks of training) in the 400 IM — 4:18.68.
200 Back – 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
200 back at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
Josh Prenot had a major statement swim on day 2, beating Tyler Clary and Ryan Lochte for the 400 IM title.
After scoring just a single point on the opening day of the Austin Pro Swim Series event, points leader Elizabeth Beisel erupted on day 2, putting up 8 points in a tough double to add to her lead.
Cal undergrad Josh Prenot killed the back-half of this swim to take home a big win in Austin.
Josh Prenot and California were overpowering Friday night, knocking off the visiting Wisconsin Badgers in a pair of duals.
Ryan Murphy is the latest Cal superstar, and he leads a talented crew in search of the Golden Bears’ 4th title in the past 5 seasons.
Hamilton wins duel with Murphy to become Cal ‘King of the Pool’, Li remains undefeated in women’s meet
Will Hamilton had a huge season-opening day at the Cal Poly “King and Queen of the Pool” event, winning a tight battle with defending “King of the Pool” Ryan Murphy for the 2014 title.