VIDEO: Day 1 Highlights From the 2017 Pac-12 Men’s Championships


The Cal men went 2-0 on the first day of the 2017 Pac-12 Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships, which gave them a 14-point lead over Stanford in swimming. It still left them in 4th place overall, including the diving that was concluded last week. The real movement begins on Thursday morning when individual finals begin to be placed. Stanford has a chance for big points in the 500 free, but Cal likewise should score big points in the 200 IM and 50 free.

Scoring After Day 1 (Including all Diving):

  1. Stanford -220
  2. USC – 185
  3. Arizona State – 146
  4. Cal – 117
  5. Utah – 93
  6. Arizona – 62

Below, see a full day 1 highlight video:

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The video shown is not a full highlight of Day 1. All it showed was Day 1 of Cal men’s team. There are 6 teams competing at this meet, and of course as swim fans we want to see highlighting the entire meet. Afterall, this is the 2017 Men’s PAC-12 Championships. I was hoping to see the other teams, especially Cameron Craig of ASU who swam a 1:32.16 as a lead off in the 800 Free relay which ranked Craig the 4th fastest in the country in the 200 Free…and he is a freshman! ASU men’s 800 Free relay time of 6:17.44 was an NCAA A cut, as well as their 200 Medley relay. ASU broke 3 school records, earned… Read more »

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