The Arizona State men (2-2) and women's (0-3) swim and dive teams return to action this Friday and Saturday beginning with Pac-12 bouts in Los Angeles against USC. On Saturday, the two teams split as the men take on CSU Bakersfield from Bakersfield, Calif., while the women's team faces its second conference opponent in as many days, UCLA.
Less than 24 hours after associate head coach Greg Earhart said his team performed selfishly in the pool, the Arizona State men's swim team (2-2) was back in the pool, this time working together, while also breaking records Saturday afternoon in Seattle. Competing against Seattle University for the second consecutive day, the Devils earned a 124-76 victory for their second win in as many days.
On a night where the Arizona State men (1-2) and women's (0-3) swim teams competed in different cities, their fates differed as well. While the ASU men overcame Seattle University by a score of 118-84 from Seattle, the women fell 155.5-106.5 to Washington State in Pullman.
The Arizona State men (0-2) and women's (0-2) swim and dive teams are back in action this weekend, however, just at different venues. As the men travel to Seattle, Wash. for a faceoff with Seattle University, the women head to Pullman, Wash. for a Pac-12 matchup against Washington State.
The second day of back-to-back home meets came to a close Saturday afternoon with both Arizona State men (0-2) and women's (0-2) swim and dive teams dropping its meet to Minnesota. The Devils used their first two meets against Big Ten opponents as a tune-up for a long season, and look to get key swimmers back from injury and into the pool moving forward.
The Arizona State men (0-1) and women's (0-1) swim and dive teams entered the pool Friday afternoon at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center for the first leg of back-to-back home meets against Big Ten opponents. Squaring off against Wisconsin first, the ASU men suffered a close defeated, 130.5-111.5, while the women dropped their battle, 142-92.