This year, it was the No. 4 Cardinal (10-0, 7-0 Pac-12) that raced through its dual meet schedule in a way that No. 1 Cal (7-2, 5-2 Pac-12) could not, as Stanford capped off a perfect dual-meet season with a sinking of its cross-bay rivals, 167-133, on Saturday morning in front of a packed Avery Aquatic Center on an emotional Senior Day.
The No. 3 Cardinal women’s swimming team started off the new year with a dramatic flourish, using a strong performance in its final relay to… Continue Reading »
No. 4 Stanford women’s swimming and diving (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) begins its defense of its conference title today as it welcomes the Washington State Cougars (0-0, 0-0) to Avery Aquatic Center for its first conference dual meet of the season.
After the Cardinal easily cruised past San Jose State in its season-opening meet last week, 138-100, it will look to continue a strong start to the season against a Cougar team that struggled to a 1-5 record in conference dual meets last season, with an average margin of defeat of a whopping 62 points.
Stanford women’s swimming kicked off its 2013 season Thursday as it welcomed the San Jose State Spartans to Avery Aquatic Center for a dual meet. The defending Pac-12 champion Cardinal (1-0) enjoyed a strong opening to its season, as Stanford was able to coast by the defending Western Athletic Conference champion Spartans (0-1) by a score of 138-100.
Nine swimmers earned All-America honors to pace the Stanford women’s swimming and diving team to an eighth-place finish at the 2013 NCAA Championships this weekend in Indianapolis. It was the Cardinal’s 33rd consecutive top-10 finish at the NCAAs.