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Stanford leads after Day 3 of competition at Pac-12 Women's Swimming and Diving Championships

Feb 28, 2020


Day 3 of the 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships included the men’s platform, women’s 400-yard individual medley, 100-yard butterfly, 200-yard freestyle, 100-yard breaststroke, 100-yard backstroke, women’s 3-meter event and 200-yard medley relay. Stanford leads with 1,027 total points after 14 events. Highlights from the night include USC’s Louise Hansson winning her fourth-consecutive 100-yard butterfly Pac-12 title. Stanford’s Brooke Forde won the 400-yard individual medley with the new-fastest time in the country of 4:01.53.

Men’s platform diving
• Arizona freshman Bjorn Markentin won the men’s platform diving event with his season-best score of 384.70.
• Markentin bested second place, Georgii Korovin of USC (374.00) by 10.70 points.

400-yard individual medley 
• Brooke Forde of Stanford won the 400-yard individual medley with her time of 4:01.53.
• Forde recorded the fastest time in the country this year, shedding five seconds off of her prelims time.
• Forde’s winning time was also a season-high.

100-yard butterfly
• USC’s Louise Hansson won the 100-yard butterfly in exciting fashion with her time of 49.94.
• The win marked Hansson’s fourth-consecutive Pac-12 title in the event.
• Hansson is the NCAA record holder in the 100 fly.

200-yard freestyle
• USC’s Laticia Transom claimed the 200-yard freestyle title with her time of 1:42.47. 
• In a final heat jam-packed with talent, Transom logged the fifth-fastest time in the country this year.

100-yard breaststroke 
• The top-seed into finals, Stanford’s Allie Raab won the 100-yard breastroke with her time of 59.35.
• Raab logged the 16th-fastest time in the country (59.34) earlier in the day during prelims and finished with a nearly-identical finals time.

100-yard backstroke
• California’s Izzy Ivey claimed the 100-yard backstroke title with her time of 51.06, beating out teammate Keaton Blovad by 0.54 seconds.
• Ivey shaved 0.74 off of her prelims time from earlier in the day.

Women’s 3-meter diving
• Stanford’s Carolina Sculti won the 3-meter diving competition with her score of 378.55.
• Sculti set a season-best with her score, and improved upon her prelims score by over 10 points.

200-yard medley relay
• Stanford’s squad of Lucie Nordmann, Allie Raab, Emma Wheal and Anya Goeders took the last title of competition during Day 3 in the 200-yard medley relay.
• Stanford posted an NCAA A-mark time and bested second-place California who finished with a time of 1:36.45.

Women’s Team Point Totals
Through Event 14
1. Stanford 1,027
2. California 866.5
3. USC 768
4. UCLA 701.5
5. ASU 635.5
6. Arizona 530
7. Utah 422.5
8. WSU 265 

Day 4 of competition starts tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. with swimming prelims; finals will begin at 6:30 p.m.
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