Whitley swept the breaststrokes. Quah also swept a stroke specialty, putting up a 46.76 in the 100 fly and a 1:43.95 to win the 200 fly.
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Whitley took down Kevin Cordes’ former 100 breast record in his sweep of the breaststroke records, while Gonzalez took down Cory Chitwood’s mark in the 400 IM
That’s her fastest dual meet swim of her career, over half a second faster than her season dual meet best, and her first time breaking 48 in a dual meet.
Cal men’s swimming tweeted out a video of head coach Dave Durden reflecting on the 2019-2020 season so far, and previewing the upcoming weeks for his team
Cal’s Hugo Gonzalez, the third-fastest short course 400 IMer in history, will compete for the Spanish national team in Amsterdam this weekend.
With a flurry of mid-season invites coming up this week, here’s a quick snapshot of the top times in NCAA Division I so far this season.
Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.
Reece Whitley was one of three Cal Bears to sweep their respective discipline in a dominant showing over Stanford at the annual Triple Distance meet.
The Cal Golden Bears are gearing up for their annual Triple Distance meet at Stanford, along with the Trojan Diving Invitational.
Sherridon Dressel dropped a 52.21 to win the 100 back, which is the fastest she’s ever been in-season. She also won the 200 back and 100 fly.
Quah has a personal best of 1:33.75, and his first 200 free of last season (also in October) was 1:37.09.
The Cal men hold the nation’s top time in the 100 fly, 100 back, 100 breast and 100 free thanks to fast swimming at the King of the Pool meet.
Cal senior Zheng Quah became the 2019 King of the Pool at the annual Cal/Cal Poly dual meet, winning 4 of the 5 pentathlon events.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.