Freshmen were pivotal in Utah’s win in the women’s meet.
He then raced the 400 IM, touching in 3:56.40, 10 seconds off his personal best of 3:46.54.
One big graduation leaves holes in the relays, but the Arizona men have a young core of returning swimmers, including fast-rising freestyler Brooks Fail.
The 47-year-old has done it again, recording a new PB of 1:04.77 in the event to re-break his own master’s world record.
15-year-old Justina Kozan registered a new lifetime best in the 200 fly. She out-touched another 15-year-old, Katie Crom, to take the win.
Another interesting aspect of today is the brewing team battle between USC and Utah for 5th place. The Utes only are lagging behind the Trojans by 38 points going into today, and with that margin, anything is poosible.
The Biggest news coming into this morning is that Andrew Seliskar will not be swimming the 400 IM, and rather is opting for the 200 free today.
The Arizona women rolled, while the Arizona State men won a close battle on Saturday, but all 4 squads had noteworthy times to close their regular seasons.
Patrick Mulcare and Louise Hansson swept the men’s and women’s backstrokes, respectively, while Mulcare also took the 400 IM and Hansson the 100 fly.
Hannah Cox won three events as the Arizona women opened their season with a win at Grand Canyon.
Hellen Moffitt won the 100 fly on the final night of the Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions.
Katie McLaughlin posted a new personal best in the 100 freestyle in Mission Viejo.
The 4th day of the meet includes the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 1650, and 400 free relay.
The most impressive relay split of the day came from Cal’s Michael Jensen, who put up a 19.08 on the 2nd leg of the 200 free relay.
After being absent from competition for the first half of the season, All-American Megan Byrnes and NCAA champion Simone Manuel made their 2017-18 debut.