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 »
Stanford men’s swimming and diving
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.
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.
Stanford men’s swimming head coach Skip Kenney is calling it a career after 33 years on the Farm
The Stanford men’s swimming team faced off against some of the best teams in the nation this past weekend, as three of the top six teams competed at the inaugural Pac-12 Championship in East Los Angeles. But none of those teams came even close to stopping the Cardinal from taking the 2012 Pac-12 crown and winning its 31st-consecutive conference title in the process
When the inaugural Pac-12 Swimming Championship splashes off today, the Stanford men’s swimming and diving team will begin the four-day quest to win its 31st consecutive conference title
The Stanford men’s swimming and diving team took a trip down to USC this past weekend, hoping for some fast individual swims and a team win. The Cardinal accomplished both of those goals as No. 3 Stanford (7-1, 3-1 Pac-12) swam some eye-popping times while defeating No. 5 USC 175-118 on Saturday
Three of the top six men’s swimming and diving teams in the country are set to compete at the USC McDonald’s Swim Stadium this weekend with regular-season bragging rights on the line