Stanford Remains Second Going Into Final Day At Pac-10's
Feb. 24, 2006
Long Beach, Calif./Federal Way, Wash. - Two-time defending conference champion Stanford remains in second place heading into the final day of the 2006 Pac-10 Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday. The Cardinal has scored 842 points in the first three days to stay within reach of leader Arizona (889 points). Dana Kirk had the biggest performance for Stanford on Friday night, winning the 100 fly at the Pac-10 for the second straight year while recording a personal-best and NCAA 'A' time of 52.29.
Cassidy Krug also had finished second in the 3-meter diving competition with 354.90 points, giving her back-to-back second-place finishes after she was also second in the 1-meter on Thursday's first day of diving action.
Arizona and Stanford are followed in the team standings by UCLA (837), USC (761.5), California (748.5), Arizona State (448.5), Oregon State (333.5), Washington (312) and Washington State (263).
The final day of action of the four-day short-course yards meet is scheduled for Saturday with the prelims starting at 11 am, PT, and the evening finals session gets underway at 6 pm, PT. All six remaining swimming races (1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, 400 free relay) will take place at the Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach, while the platform diving competition is slated for the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way, Washington.
A full recap will follow.