Posts Tagged ‘California swimming’
Six former All-Mets among 2014 NCAA division I first-team selections by CSCAA.
Georgia powered its way to a second-straight NCAA women’s title. Stanford uses outstanding weekend to leapfrog Cal.
Georgia continues to build lead on day two of women’s NCAA Division I swimming and diving championships.
Georgia takes the early lead on day 1 of women’s NCAA swimming and diving championships in Minneapolis, Minn.
Results from the previous weekend of NCAA competition. Sarah Haase and Andrew Gemmell swam into the top 15 in the country during dual meets on Friday and Saturday.
Missy Franklin arrives at California to begin her freshmen year and the next chapter in her already illustrious swimming career.
NCAP’s Ledecky earns fourth event at world championships.
George Mason men top Delaware; Richmond, Old Dominion, and UNC-Wilmington square off; William & Mary dominates Mary Washington; and more recaps of area swimmers at the collegiate level.
Yuri Suguiyama leaves Nation’s Capital Swim Club for assistant coaching job at Cal-Berkeley.
Tunisian swimmer adds open-water gold medal to bronze won in the 1,500-meter pool event.
Tunisian Olympian wins in the pool and open water.
California clinched their first consecutive NCAA men’s swimming and diving championship in the school history after finishing 1-2 in the 200 butterfly on Saturday night.
Cal extended their lead, finishing the day with 379.5 points. Texas was second with 343.5 points; Arizona third with 283 points.
Former local stars Eric Friedland and Sean Fletcher were in the water at the NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships on Thursday, helping their teams to big points in the relays.
Leverenz narrowly misses American record in 200 breaststroke, leading Cal to its third title in four years. Ashley Danner finished fifth in the event for George Mason.
Cal’s women had another impressive performance on Friday night at the women’s NCAA swimming and diving championships. Four American records went down, two set by Cal swimmers.
Caitlin Leverenz and Liv Jensen won their individual events and led their respective relays to first place finishes on night one of the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
NCAA officials released the Division I Men’s psych sheet for the March 22-24 championship meet in Seattle. Who made it from Potomac Valley?
Princeton claimed its fourth-straight Ivy League Championship. Former area swimmers Christensen and Katis shined for their respective teams. Stanford rolled to 31st-straight title in the Pac-12.
Final scores from the weekend’s conference championships, along with which former local high school stars scored points for their college teams in the finals.