Look for some close team battles between Texas and Cal on both the men’s and the women’s sides tonight, as the 200 MR and 800 FR will be contested on day one.
First, star backstroker Isabelle Stadden swam a 53.90 to win the 100 back by over two seconds.
Cal hosted the Utah last week at Spieker Aquatics Complex, sweeping their conference opponent by convincing margins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Isabelle Stadden won the annual women’s pentathlon, while Destin Lasco won the men’s meet that was absent many of Cal’s top stars.
Alicia Wilson swam a really tough double, taking 2nd in the 300 IM with a 3:11.23, then turning around and winning the next event, the 150 fly, in 1:28.47.
Izzy Ivey (pictured) will be leaned on heavily by the Bears once again as they battle to return to the top-three of the NCAA.
Freshman Lea Polonsky kicked off her California Golden Bears swimming career with a big W in the 200 IM on Friday in Fresno.
Ivey managed to win a majority of the events at Cal’s first meet of the year to earn the distinction of Queen of the Pool.
Olympians Lydia Jacoby (pictured) and Torri Huske headlined the 2021 selection to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team.
Olympic medalist Torri Huske leads a loaded Stanford class that landed the top spot in our rankings with four swimmers ranked inside the top-20 domestically.
LaMastra’s new time not only puts him far under the Wave II standard, it makes him the 4th-fastest American in the event this year.
Novelline now has Trials cuts in the 50 and 100 free, both of which are Wave II cuts.
Novelline, a Virginia recruit, first swam a 48.16 in the SCY 100 free during prelims.
Many of Illinois’ top high school swimmers will get a racing opportunity this week at the FMC Natatorium in Westmont, Illinois.
Rachel Stege, McKenna Stone, Megan Ciezczak, and more give their testaments to how much work they put into growing outside of the pool as a team