Utah hosted Washington State over the weekend for a Pac-12 women’s dual meet. The Utes won the meet handily, scoring 156 points to Washington State’s 99.
Utah hosted UNLV for a combined dual meet last Friday, posting decisive victories in both the men’s and women’s meets.
UCLA sophomore Ana Jih-Schiff broke the Ute Natatorium pool record en route to her victory, finishing in a time of 2:15.28.
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.
After 2 seasons at LSU, including an appearance at the 2021 NCAA Championships, Summer Stanfield is transferring to the University of Utah.
While Olympian Brooks Curry (above) is the star, the other LSU men are stepping up under new Head Coach Rick Bishop and moving up the Power Rankings.
It was a great early October showing for Curry, whose best is 18.97 from last year’s SEC Championships.
Stanfield holds a number of all-time rankings for LSU, including #3 all-time in the 200 back.
Curry scorched a time of 19.61 in the 50 free, which is his fastest outside of a championship or mid-season invitational meet.
LSU junior Summer Stanfield notched her first Olympic Trials cut and LSU freshman Mitch Mason earned a new Wave II cut at the Tiger Aquatics Spring Invite.
UGA senior Courtney Harnish is out of the 100 free to focus on improving upon her 3rd place finish in the 200 fly from last year.
FSU junior Maddie McDonald was one of three women that won two individual events during Friday’s dual.
The Tigers won by a score of 189-111, claiming victory in 12 of the 16 events.
The LSU women’s team will be back in the competition pool on December 14 against Tulane. The meet will begin at 11 a.m. CT from inside the LSU Natatorium.
Despite a possible injury, and placing 10th in prelims, Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas set a new pool record from the 200 back ‘B’ final at 1:36.62.