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
Stanford men’s swimming
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
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 »
After almost three weeks of uninterrupted training, the men’s swim team traveled to Cal for a scrimmage-like meet against rival California on Wednesday. If ever there was a “friendly competition” between Stanford and the Golden Bears, this meet might have been it.
The third-ranked Stanford men’s swimming team (2-0) remained undefeated Saturday with a 159-92 win over Pacific (1-3). Senior Austin Staab led the Cardinal with three victories, while junior Curtis Lovelace and sophomore Matthew Swanston won a pair of races each.
With a strong team effort that featured both individual standouts and unparalleled depth, the Stanford men’s swimming and diving team won its 29th consecutive Pac-10 championship under head coach Skip Kenney…