The Stanford women won their third straight Pac 12 championship. Here are the details. Lots and lots of details.
The Stanford women look very strong heading into the final day of the Pac-12 championships. Along the way, Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil headlines the Bears as she could take down another sprint record.
The final prelims session of the meet features the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Cal’s Amy Bilquist is set to battle Stanford freshman Taylor Ruck, an Olympic medalist, in the 100 back.
USC junior Louise Hansson is now the holder of the fastest 100 yard butterfly time in history.
Stanford teammates Brooke Forde and Ella Eastin are the top two seeds in the 400 IM tonight
Day 3’s morning session will see prelims for the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
Louise Hansson swam the 11th-best performance in history on Saturday in the 100 fly.
Louise Hansson will focus on her best event, the 100 fly, on Friday after winning the 200 IM on Thursday.
Since she’s swimming the 500 tonight, the 200 IM will be without American Record holder Eastin. USC’s Louise Hansson, the 100 fly NCAA champion, leads the way there.
The 2019 Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, as well as the men’s diving events, are underway this weekend in Federal Way, Washington.Tonight’s swimming action will be relays only, as swimmers compete in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
Dean Farris did his best Dean Farris impression at last year’s Ivy League Championship meet. But if he can be less Dean Farris this year, that may allow him to unleash maximum Dean Farris at NCAAs.
Breaststroker Zoe Bartel is part of the new wave of Cardinal talent to take on the upcoming Pac-12 Championships.
Maggie MacNeil was one of many Canadians who had some notable swims this past weekend in the NCAA.
Erika Brown has had one heck of a week, starting with a breaking the NCAA record in the 50 free, then breaking the SEC meet record in the 100 fly.