No. 2 California finished off the two-day Chick-Fil-A Invitational with another strong set of events Saturday, as the Golden Bears claimed five of seven races and won the five-team event.
Anthony Ervin won the men’s 100 free on day 1 of the Maccabiah Games in a time of 49.76.
The Cal women will be bringing in some breaststroke talent next season, as Junior Nats finalist Ali Harrison has given her verbal commitment to join the Bears next fall.
Kaylin Bing was one of Cal’s top scorers, winning the 50 free and the 200 free relay.
The Cal women have some of the top names in college swimming that makes up a fantastic roster and undoubtedly…
SwimMAC’s Maija Roses put together a video of her and her teammates from the 2014 US Junior National Championship in…
Maija Roses led SwimMAC Carolina to a win in the girls’ 400 medley relay on Sunday at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships.
PASA’s Ally Howe, a Stanford commit, has been sharp at this meet. She comes into the girls’ 200 backstroke as the #2 overall seed.
Thanks to an outstanding leadoff from Kathleen Baker, SwimMAC broke the National Age Group Record in the 200 yard medley relay.
Doing what he does: Michael Andrew broke 3 NAG records in the span of 4 events on night two of Junior Nationals.
Kylie Stewart is the top seed in 3 of the 5 women’s individual events: the 400 IM, the 200 free and the 100 back.
The Cal women’s swimming and diving team has received official letters from 5 recruits, and they’re very, very good ones.
Above, hannah Moore poses after officially signing her National Letter of Intent to swim at Michigan.
Roses on her decision to commit to Cal: “For me, the decision came down to how comfortable I felt with the team, coaches, academics and campus.”
Maija Roses of SwimMAC Carolina has shown impressive fortitude, and was rewarded for her efforts with a spot in the Cal recruiting class of 2014.