In its first meet of 2015, the Arizona State women's swim and dive team (1-5) will host Oregon State (1-5) on Jan. 3 from Mona Plummer Aquatic Center in Tempe, Ariz. attempting to score its second consecutive victory.
The Arizona State women's swim and dive team (0-5) were back in the pool Saturday, this time against UCLA, competing approximately 14 hours after concluding its meet against USC on Friday night. This time around, the Sun Devils fell to the Bruins, 169-124.
The Arizona State men (2-3) and women's (0-4) swim and dive teams fell to USC in Los Angeles Friday night, with the men dropping its contest by a score of 165-125, while the women got edged, 169-127. However, the Devils didn't go down without a fight and put together some of their best swims of the season thus far, something the final scores fail to illustrate.
Arizona State holds its swimmers to the highest of expectations, and sophomore distance swimmer Anna Olasz exemplifies the Sun Devil way. In the midst of a 20-day hiatus between meets for ASU, Olasz, from Szeged, Hungary, traveled to Hong Kong and captured a victory in the FINA Open Water 10K World Cup Swims.
Arizona State swimming will get a small taste of what's to come in the pool this upcoming season, as freshman swimmer Jorie Caneta is set to compete in the 2014 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.