Cal’s Forrest Frazier clocked a time of 1:03.05 in the men’s 100 breaststroke to put himself into Wave I of the U.S. Olympic Trials.
His 4:15 is better than the 4:20 and 4:18 he did at the two Stanford-Cal meets in November, and it’s only three seconds off his 2020 Pac-12 winning time.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
Stanford lost Grant Shoults, Jack Levant and Alberto Mestre last year, and needs them back to make a return to the NCAA’s top 10.
Liam Bell is the best 100 breaststroker in this recruiting class, and he highlights one of the top 10 classes nationwide.
Stanford has signed six men’s swimmers set to join the program for the 2019-20 season, including athletes from four states as well as India and Australia.
Australian backstroker Leon MacAlister has announced his verbal commitment to the Stanford University men’s swimming and diving class of 2023.
Stanford will gain a sprint freestyler/butterflier in Sean Slusiewicz.
Andrew Matejka from Wellesley, Massachusetts has announced via social media that he is verbally committed to Stanford University’s class of 2023.
Will Tarvestad (pictured with The Tree) has opted to swim for Stanford in 2019-20.
The Class of 2019 isn’t an immediate-impact class on the men’s side, but it’s loaded with fast-rising talents.
SwimMAC’s 13-year-old Kiley Wilhelm dropped at least 2 seconds in each of her events to win 3 races in her age group on Sunday night.
Gretchen, sister Alex, and teammate Ella Nelson combined for 4 individual event wins and a relay on the 1st day of the NAC-hosted Southern Premier Meet.
There were several surprises at the top of the podium on the second night of finals at 2016 Atlanta Futures.
Sacred Heart (women) and St. Xavier (men) both swam away with Kentucky State High School team titles over the weekend.