Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships all-session tickets on sale
SAN FRANCISCO - The Pac-12 announced that all-session passes for the 2018 Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Men’s/Women’s Diving Championships, as well as the Men’s Swimming Championships are on sale to the general public and can be found here. All-session passes include admission to each day of the championships. All-session tickets are $40 for the Women’s Swimming and Men’s/Women’s Diving Championships on Feb. 21-24, and $35 for the Men’s Swimming Championships on Feb. 28-March 3. Full ticket information can be found at pac-12.com/tickets.
The Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Men’s/Women’s Diving Championships (Feb. 21-24) and the Pac-12 Men’s Swimming Championships (Feb. 28-Mar. 3) will be held at the Weyerhaeuser King Country Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington.
Last season, Stanford captured its 20th overall Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship, placing first in 15 out of the 21 events and totaling 1,587.5 points. Five American records and six Pac-12 Championship records were broken over four days of competition.
On the men’s side, Stanford won its second-consecutive and 33rd all-time Conference title at the 2017 Championships. Depth was a key factor in the Cardinal claiming the title, winning two diving events and reaching the podium in 12-of-18 races.
At the 2017 NCAA Championships, three Pac-12 men's and women's teams finished in the top 10, highlighted by Stanford edging rival California for its ninth NCAA women's national title. The Pac-12 was especially dominant on the women's side, topping the podium in 16 out of 21 events and setting five American, five pool and two NCAA records during the competition. The Pac-12 accounted for 53 CSCAA All-Americans, including 30 first-team honorees, last season.
2016 Olympians Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel of Stanford, and Kathleen Baker of California highlight the list of returners slated to compete in the Pac-12 Women's Championships. The Pac-12 Men's Championships will feature the past two Pac-12 Freshmen of the Year and Championships Swimmers of the Meet in Arizona State's Cameron Craig and California's Andrew Seliskar, as well as returning 2016 Olympian Dylan Carter of USC.
Full ticket offers and additional information about the championships are available at pac-12.com/tickets.