The Stanford Cardinal racked up 395 points to help push the Pac-12 total to 1,185.5 at the end of the women’s NCAA meet.
Black’s scratch allows Cal’s Hunter Cobleigh into the NCAA meet.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin finds herself atop the NCAA rankings in this event as well as the 200 IM.
Stanford looks ready for a big meet at NCAAs this week.
It’s go-time for Olympic hopeful Lia Neal. She’s the top seed in this race, but will have her hands full with a number of other NCAA stars.
Andrew Seliskar, top seed in the 200 IM, will try to get the Golden Bears back on their feet after they find themselves in a big hole with diving points factored in.
USC freshman Patrick Mulcare is a new name to watch in the Pac-12 this season.
California will be competing to defend their NCAA title. If they win this year, it will be their fifth national championship in program history.
PAC-12 – WOMEN Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Federal Way, WA (Pacific Time Zone) Defending Champion: California (results)…
Chelsea Chenault leads the Trojans into battle tonight as the top seed in the 500 freestyle.
WOMEN’S MEET Arizona’s much-talked about freshman class was stifled today at Stanford, as the Cardinal seemed to have an answer…
Ella Eastin was a double-winner in Stanford’s win yesterday over Arizona State
Current and future Stanford Cardinal student athletes Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky have been selected by ESPNW as two of the most influential people in women’s sports this year.
Aaron Peirsol gets the Rich Roll treatment, nearly two and half hours of conversation on the swim life, love of water, mentorship and the importance of sustainability & passion.
9 months after his verbal commitment to the Gators, Maxime Rooney finally inked that NLI.