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.
The men’s swimming and diving team suffered a somewhat disappointing end to the season last weekend, as it finished outside of the top four in… Continue Reading »
Three weeks after seeing its historic streak of 31 consecutive conference titles snapped by two-time defending national champion Cal, No. 7 Stanford men’s swimming and diving returns to the pool today for the start of the biggest meet of the season, the 2013 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships held at the IU Natatorium.
Stanford women’s swimming captures its third conference crown in four years, Ipsen named Pac-12 Championships Diver of the Meet
Defending national champion Cal might have narrowly beat Stanford during the regular dual meet season, but it was the No. 4 Cardinal that came out on top at the 2013 Women’s Swimming and Diving Pac-12 Championships, a four-day affair that began on Wednesday.