The University of California at Santa Barbara swimming and diving men’s and women’s teams had a great 2016-17 season. The…
Irvine Novaquatics’ Jacquelyn Harris has given a verbal commitment to USCB’s class of 2021. A senior at Marina High School (Huntington…
Dylan Carter posted two wins and was a key player on relays to help the Trojans defeat UCSB yesterday.
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Rowland senior Michael Wang (left) and Malibu senior Logan Hotchkiss (right) set all the freestyle meet records at CIF-SS Division IV championships.
BYU’s Jake Taylor swam to a win and a new MPSF record in the 200 Back to help the Cougar men maintain their lead and take home another MPSF conference title.
The BYU men take the lead and the Hawaii women maintain during the third night of finals at the MPSF Swimming and Diving Championships.
The Hawaii women and UCSB men take the lead after day two of finals at the MPSF Championships.
The Hawaii women got out to an early lead while the Hawaii men took a tie with the UCSB Gaucho’s after the first finals session of the MPSF Championships.
Multiple double-event winners helped push the Gaucho men to a 169 to 110 win over the Cal Poly Mustangs, while the women fell 135 to 152.
The Aggies claimed a close 139 to 123 win over the UCSB Gauchos in their MPSF matchup.
Gauchos Wade Allen and Billy Mullis each secured event wins during the final day of the A3 Performance Invitational to help push the UCSB men to an overall victory.
The San Diego State women and UCSB men are up big through day one of the A3 Performance Invitational, which features some strong teams from California and other western states.
The UCSB women are in good position after sweeping both relays tonight. While the Hawaii men will have to make up some points after DQ’ing a relay tonight.