Only six days removed from a huge weekend that saw the Cardinal defeat No. 20 Arizona State and upset No. 6 Arizona to rocket them from No. 8 to No. 2 in the NCAA rankings, the Cardinal (7-1, 4-0 Pac-12) knew that an enormous challenge lay ahead of them in a two-day home stand against two undefeated squads from Southern California. Unconcerned, Stanford held strong and rose to the occasion in spectacular fashion.
Women’s Swimming & Diving
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The women’s swimming and diving team can go into the midseason break feeling confident after taking second at the three-day Ohio State Invitational last weekend. The men’s divers will also be encouraged by their accomplishments in Columbus, Ohio, highlighted by sophomore Kristian Ipsen’s sweep of the 1-meter and 3-meter diving competitions.
The women’s swimming and diving team and the men’s diving team will get a chance to compete against some formidable competition this weekend when they head to Columbus for the Ohio State Invitational.
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The Stanford men and women divers will face off against some of the best competition in the West this weekend when they head to Tucson… Continue Reading »
The Stanford men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams got a rare chance to compete together on Friday, with both teams taking on the University of Wisconsin. On the men’s side, it was the first dual meet of the season and a great opportunity to match up against another ranked program in No. 25 Wisconsin.
A senior from Venice, Calif., Andi Murez is a three-time All-American and two-time NCAA Champion on the women’s swimming and diving team. Murez competes in the freestyle, backstroke and butterfly, spending anywhere from 15 to 20 hours per week in the pool for the Cardinal. Heading into her final year on the Farm, Murez sat down with The Daily to talk all things swimming, Stanford and steam tunneling.