Backstroke star Isabelle Stadden projects to be the one constant for the Cal women as they enter the season under a cloud of uncertainty.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships, which UVA won in decisive fashion.
Freshman Regan Smith of Stanford will swim the 100 back/100 fly double today. She will face off with Huske in the 100 fly and Stadden in the 100 back.
Stanford has two of the top seeds for tonight’s individual events, while USC’s Calypso Sheridan is the #1 entrant in the 200 IM.
Isabel Ivey and Isabelle Stadden had two back-to-back victories that helped propel the Cal Golden Bears over the USC Trojans.
Sprinter Isabel Ivey won three events for the Bears including the 200 IM which she swam for the first time this season.
The Texas men have thrown down the gauntlet early, but there’s a ton of talent in the pool for the first full finals session of the 2021 Minnesota Invite.
When Hermeston joins the Aggies next fall she will already hold times fast enough to score points at the MPSF Conference Championships.
The Hawaii women extended their lead today on day 3 of the MPSF Champs, climbing just over 50 points ahead of BYU.
Hawaii nabbed the 200 free relay victory, going 1:31.95 off of a 22.71 lead-off from senior Anna Kotonen and a 22.83 anchor from senior Lucia Lassman.
UC Davis junior Mia Motekaitis led the way by winning all three of her individual events and leading off the winning 200 medley relay.
UC Santa Barbara junior Emily Ward and senior Mason Tittle were named MPSF Athletes of the Week, while UC Davis’ Taylor Hornberger set a school record in the 3-meter (301.91).
Solie Laughlin bested the field in the 400 IM and tied the Schaal Aquatics Center record time in one of three individual wins, while Taylor Hornberger set a new program record in the 1-meter as UC Davis topped Cal State East Bay 172-110.
Chloe Clark set a pair of Section Records at CIF Sac-Joaquin.
Mefford, a Cal commit, went 4-for-4, earning individual wins in the 200 free and 100 fly.