Texas junior Joseph Schooling, the 2016 Olympic champion in the 100 meter fly, returns after coming within hundredths of a 43-second swim last season.
The Stanford men, led in part by freshman Grant Shoults (pictured), took the Pac-12 team title tonight.
One of the top races to watch this morning will be the men’s 100 free, as USC’S Dylan Carter and ASU’s Cameron Craig will go head-to-head in heat 6.
Olympic gold medalist and World Record holder Ryan Murphy will take on the 100 back tonight.
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar will look to set up a sweep of the IM events, while teammates Ryan Murphy (100 back) and Justin Lynch (100 fly) seek their first individual titles of the meet.
Stanford is one of the best teams in the country this year, but they’ll be battling a tough Cal team that also ranks among the best of the best.
All-American sophomore Andrew Seliskar threw down a winning triple for the Cal bears as they defeated USC at home this Friday.
Olympic backstroke champ Ryan Murphy downed a Pool Record in the 200 back on Saturday to help the Cal Bears defeat Pac-12 rival ASU.
Cal’s Long Gutierrez was back in action today in the Golden Bears’ first meet of 2017. Transfer Matt Josa also made his season debut, swimming in his first NCAA meet with Cal.
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The action this morning will get started with with the men’s 100 IM, which will see World Record holder Vlad Morozov swimming in the fastest of the circle seeded heats next to Japanese Olympic medalist Daiya Seto.
USA Swimming has announced it’s 35-member roster for the upcoming 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships.
Division II NCAA champ and national record-holder Matthew Josa won’t compete for the California Golden Bears until next semester, and in the meantime will compete in the Nico Sapio Trophy along with some notable Cal alumni.
The Bears will be capitalizing off a very talented freshman class this season, and look like they’ve got a ton of depth for the relays.
Division II NCAA standout Matthew Josa will be transferring to the University of California for his remaining two seasons of college eligibility, beginning this fall.