Rex Maurer (pictured) leads a loaded freshmen class that affords the #8 Stanford men plenty of options for how to attack the 2023-24 season.
All eyes will be on a pair of Chinese stars as they race on their home soil tonight.
Nic Fink looks to defend his 50m breast gold in Fukuoka, but first will have to get around defending national champion Michael Andrew.
World Championship bronze medalist Nic Fink and American Record Michael Andrew will have yet another showdown with selection on the line in the 100 breast.
Texas A&M’s Baylor Nelson had a very strong freshman campaign as SwimSwam’s #1 ranked recruit, winning two SEC titles and scoring 19 NCAA points.
After he set the NCAA record at a January dual, all eyes will be on Leon Marchand in the 400 IM during Day 3 of finals at the 2023 Men’s PAC-12 Champs.
Lucas Henveaux is so new that we don’t have a picture of him yet; Destin Lasco (above) won three events, though – including a 1:38 in the 200 back.
Stanford hosted USC for a men’s Pac-12 dual meet over the weekend, beating the Trojans in a 169-108 decision.
The Cardinal women improved to 4-0 on the season with a 169.5-99.5 rout of Arizona, sweeping the title in every race they contested on Saturday.
The ASU men had a superlative opening to their weekend of Pac-12 meets, posting four NCAA-leading times and two school records in their win over Stanford.
Claire Curzan made a seamless transition into the 17-18 age group this year, resetting NAG records in four different events.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 3-meter diving, and men’s 1-meter diving.
In #1 Cal’s victory against #7 Stanford at the triple-distance meet, Gabriel Jett experimented with a discipline that he doesn’t typically race and set PBs.
Torri Huske put her versatility on display against Utah, winning the 100 back and 200 breast as Stanford rolled past Utah in their season opener.