The stakes will be high at Avery Aquatics Center on Saturday afternoon as the mighty No. 3 USC Trojans (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) come to the Farm to do battle with the No. 9 Cardinal (4-0, 2-0 Pac-12) in a matchup of two Pac-12 men’s swimming powerhouses.
Stanford men’s swimming
Thirty-seven Stanford students and alumni will be competing in the next couple of weeks in the London 2012 Olympic Games, leading to hopes of yet another large medal haul for the Cardinal. Here we present some of the potential highlights for Stanford fans, focusing on the teams and athletes most likely to be able to bring home gold based on past success:
Ted Knapp, the Goldman Family Director of Men’s Swimming, announced the hiring of Scott Armstrong as the Cardinal’s new men’s swimming assistant coach on Wednesday.
A week after Skip Kenney announced his retirement after 33 years as head coach of men’s swimming and diving, former associate head coach Ted Knapp will take over as the Goldman Family director of men’s swimming and diving.
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