The women’s swimmers and divers are coming off impressive performances last weekend, defeating two national top-25 teams, No. 5 Arizona and No. 24 Arizona State, in two consecutive days. But No. 6 Stanford isn’t being rewarded with any rest as it prepares for another tough weekend.
Women’s Swimming & Diving
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams had an impressive showing in back-to-back dual meets against Arizona and Arizona State at the Avery… Continue Reading »
Calling Stanford swimming and diving’s schedule for the next two days “action-packed” would be an understatement.
The Cardinal men’s and women’s divers opened up the competition season with a dominating performance at their own three-day Cardinal Invitational this past weekend
The Cardinal men’s and women’s diving squad and coach Rick Schavone — who was recently nominated to be the head coach for the U.S. diving team at the World Cup meet in February — are set to host the three-day Stanford Diving Invitational, which begins today. Five other teams will compete at the invitational, including Cal, UCLA, Cal Poly, Fresno State and San Jose State.
Stanford Swimming took second place overall at the ConocoPhillips U.S. National Championships held at the Avery Aquatic Center last week. Strong showings in the relays and nine total medals propelled the Cardinal to its strong finish.