The Pac-10 at the NCAA Men's Swimming Championships: March 28, 2010

March 28, 2010

NCAA Live Blog Night 3 – Finals
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McCormick Places Second on Platform at NCAA Championships
The Arizona State men's diving team concluded their successful NCAA Championship appearance with two outstanding performances on the 10-meter platform. With two competitors in the field, Sun Devils scored 31 points to place 24th at the 2010 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships. [Read More]

Trojans Finish 11th At NCAA Championships
Richard Charlesworth became the sixth-fastest miler in school history and joined Harrison Jones and Clement Lefert as individual scorers to lead the USC men's swimming and diving team on the final day of the NCAA Championships at Ohio State's McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on Saturday (March 27). [Read More]

Cal Men's Swimming Narrowly Misses NCAA Team Title
The No. 4 California men's swimming team had another stellar day at the 2010 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in Columbus, Ohio with junior standout Nathan Adrian repeating as national champion in the 100 free and the Golden Bears' 400 free relay winning a national crown. However, Cal was narrowly edged out of an opportunity for its first NCAA team title since 1980 when Texas outscored the Bears, 500-469.5. Cal finished second ahead of Pac-10 rivals Arizona (third, 387 points) and Stanford (fourth, 369 points), and Florida (fifth, 364 points).  [Read More]

La Tourette and Godsoe Star as Cardinal Finish Fourth at NCAAs
COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Chad La Tourette became Stanford's first 1650 freestyle champion in 23 years, Eugene Godsoe finished in the top-three for the third time and Stanford finished in fourth place at the NCAA Swimming Diving Championships. [Read More]



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