Colin Feehery’s school record led SMU to a win in the men’s meet, while San Diego State overcame a big showing by Laticia Transom to take the women’s title.
Cal competed in the first day of the meet, and were winning in team scoring through day one, but did not compete on the second day, and slipped to third place
SDSU, after losing their winning streak to UNLV last year, is back, winning the Mountain West title with a record amount of points.
In a very tight 50 free A final, San Diego State’s Elizabeth Menzmer clocked a 22.38 to get her hand on the wall first.
After winning the Mountain West title in epic fashion last year, defending champions UNLV have some work to do after starting out in 6th place on night 1.
San Diego State senior Klara Thormalm is projected to be a driving force behind the Aztecs’ push to win the conference title after a close third in 2021.
San Diego State hasn’t lost a meet in almost 1500 days, and they extended their dual meet streak to 36 with a win over USD.
That performance marked a school record for the Cougars, who were led off by defending Pac-12 50 free champion Chloe Larson in 22.13.
Isabel Ivey contributed to two pool record-breaking Cal relays during the final session of the 2021 Chick-Fil-A Invitational.
Cal freshmen Mia Kragh (pictured) and Lizzy Cook went 1-3 in the 100 fly, while Lea Polonsky won the 400 IM in Session 2 at Chick-Fil-A Invite.
Freshman Lea Polonsky kicked off her California Golden Bears swimming career with a big W in the 200 IM on Friday in Fresno.
It’s the final day of Wave I U.S. Olympic Trials, with the final few transfer spots to next week’s Wave II meet up for grabs.
Linnea Mack of Team Elite dropped a 54.61 in the 100 free, following her lifetime best swim of 53.78 two weeks ago at the Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis.
Wyoming HS 3A state record-holder Brynlee Busskohl has verbally committed to swim for San Diego State University beginning in the fall of 2021.
The highlight of the Aztecs’ night came in the 50 free, where they posted a 1-2-3 finish.