Tomorrow at noon, the Stanford men’s swimming and diving team (4-0, 3-0 PAC-12) will celebrate their senior class as the team competes in their final home meet of the year against No. 10 USC (4-0, 2-0). The seventh-ranked Cardinal will be racing in their first meet since they swept the Arizona schools two weeks ago.
Last Friday, the Stanford men’s swimming and diving team (2-0, Pac-12 1-0) steamrolled the University of the Pacific (UoP) (0-2) to the tune of 151-85. The eleventh-ranked Cardinal finished first and second in all 13 events.
On Saturday morning, the No. 5 men’s swimming and diving team (1-0, Pac-12 1-0) competed in their first invitational of the season at the University of the Pacific.
On Tuesday afternoon at Avery Aquatics Center, Stanford (1-0, 1-0 Pac-12) ousted Utah (0-1, 0-1) in their season-opening meet by an aggregate score of 190-105 . After the Cardinal football team suffered a crushing defeat on the gridiron at the hands of Utah on Saturday night, the men’s swimming team took to the pool to drown away Stanford’s sorrows and exact revenge on the Utes.
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No. 4 Stanford men’s swimming dominated Pacific 162-82 Friday morning at Avery Aquatic Center for their first meet of the new year, winning 10 events and sweeping the podium six times.
Last weekend at the Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center, Stanford swimming set the tone for 2016 with overwhelming victories against both the Arizona State Sun Devils on Jan. 22 and the Arizona Wildcats on Jan. 23. No. 5 Stanford men’s swimming beat Arizona State by a margin of 157-83 and No. 15 Arizona by a margin…