Stanford Moves Up To Second-Place After Second Day Of Pac-10 Championships
Feb. 23, 2006
Long Beach, Calif/Federal Way, Wash. - Two-time defending conference champion Stanford moved up into second place after the second day of action at the 200 Pac-10 Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday. Victories by Brooke Bishop (50 free) and Kristen Caverly (200 IM) keyed the move from the position of tied for fourth-place the Cardinal was in following Wednesday's first day of action. Cassidy Krug also came through with a second-place showing in the 1-meter diving, while Stanford's top 200 free relay squad was also second.
Arizona moved into sole possession of first-place with 474 points, while Stanford is striking distance behind with 443. UCLA (410), USC (390), California (357), Arizona State (217), Washington (193), Oregon State (166) and Washington State (159) trail the Cardinal.
The four-day short-course yards meet continues with the third day of action on Friday with the prelims beginning at 11 am, PT, and the evening finals session starting at 6 pm, PT. Seven more of the meet's 21 events will be contested with the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back and 400 medley relay races scheduled to take place at the Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach and the 3-meter diving competition at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way, Washington.
A full recap will follow.
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