200 Back – 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
200 back at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series: Ryan Murphy was first in 1:56.91, followed by Matt Grevers at 1:57.43, and Jacob Pebley added a third place finish with his time of 1:58.47.
Jack Conger’s explosive 100 fly was a major highlight from day 1. What else did SwimSwam and the SwimSwam commenters notice?
The Hosszu cometh: Katinka won last year’s circuit despite swimming just two of the six meets. She’ll try to track down points leader Elizabeth Beisel in Austin.
2014 Swammy Awards Presented by TYR
Andrew Seliskar and Katie Ledecky, both of Nation’s Capital Swim Club, are our 2014 Swammy Award winners for the 17-18 age group.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy won both the 100 and 200 backstrokes at the NCAA Championship meet in 2014, and is our pick for the 2014 male NCAA swimmer of the year.
Cal’s Liz Pelton (right) and Missy Franklin (center) lead the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cuts each, and Rachel Bootsma (left) is also qualified.
Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers posted the second fastest time in the nation in the 200 medley relay at the Georgia Fall Invite on Saturday
Virginia’s Courtney Bartholomew owned the 100 back in prelims, with an A cut of 50.76 to top a star-studded field.
Murphy talks about his meets against Stanford and Wisconsin last week, plus how he feels about his year so far.
Josh Prenot and California were overpowering Friday night, knocking off the visiting Wisconsin Badgers in a pair of duals.
A trio of Cal Bears swept their respective strokes at the Triple Distance showdown between Pac-12 rivals Cal and Stanford.
Ryan Murphy is the latest Cal superstar, and he leads a talented crew in search of the Golden Bears’ 4th title in the past 5 seasons.
#15 recruit Caroline McTaggart was just one of a string of verbal commitments for the Bruins this week that will be making a considerable impact on the PAC-12.