Madisyn Cox of Texas won the 200 IM at tonight’s Texas Invite, hitting the fastest time in the NCAA this season and leading the way for many strong swims.
Michael Cohn, Paul Li, Michael Leung and Chandler Pourvahidi of UC San Diego set a school record in the 800 free relay on Friday at the A3 Performance Invitational that the Tritons hosted at East Los Angeles College.
Patrick Conaton and the Stanford men’s team dominated the prelims session on Day 3 of the A3 Performance Invitational in California.
Linnea Mack and the UCLA Bruins lead the women’s meet after two days at A3 Performance Invitational in Monterey Park, California.
UCLA were victorious over both UCSB and Oregon State at the tri-meet they hosted October 24.
The Louisville Cardinals were unstoppable on night 1 of the 2015 Women’s SMU Classic, hitting the NCAA’s first automatic relay qualifying standard of the year and winning 7 of 9 events to take the early lead.
Cal’s star freshman Cierra Runge helped to extend the Golden Bear lead on Day 2 of the Pac 12 Champs.
Cal’s Missy Franklin jumped out of the 500 free and into the 200 IM, turning in the top time in prelims of the IM event while leading a 1-2-3-4 Cal sweep.
Missy Franklin could sweep all of her individual events at the Pac-12 Champs, although Elizabeth Pelton has been faster this season in the 200 IM and 200 back.
The UCLA Bruins took care of business on senior day, winning 11 of 16 events to win a triangular battle with the Big 12’s Kansas Jayhawks and the MPSF’s San Diego Toreros.
Club Wolverine post-grad Kyle Whitaker just needs to finish 9th-or-better to win the men’s individual high point award.
Through three of four days of the 2014 U.S. Winter Nationals, it’s the University of Louisville leading the combined points for college programs and SwimMAC Carolina running away with the club trophy.
UCLA’s Linnea Mack is an underrated swimmer who is having a great showing at U.S. Winter Nationals.
Multiple event winners and strong swims reaching meet-record status helped the Bruins edge the Sun Devils 169 to 124 at home.
The first swim-off of the morning which happened before the first scheduled event, the 200m IM, featured two young swimmers vying for a spot on the Jr. Pan Pac team in the 100m fly. Cassidy Bayer and Hannah Weiss fought back and forth throughout the entirety of the race, but in the end it was Bayer who dipped under the one-minute mark to set up her spot on the roster at with a 59.85 at just 14-years-old.