Stanford remains in second place heading into the final day of the Pac-12 Conference Men's Swimming Championships, trailing Cal, 545-471, after Friday's action at King County Aquatic Center.
Stanford's Max Williamson rounded out the podium in the 400 IM with a 3:44.47 for third. Finishing eighth in the finals was Drew Cosgarea, who came through in 3:52.92.
The 100 fly saw Stanford's Connor Black tag in with a 46.61 for sixth, and Thomas Stephens' 1:35.41 placed him eighth in the 200 free. Sacred Heart Prep grad Tom Kremer was one spot behind in 1:34.36.
Stanford's Mason Shaw went through the 100 breast in 53.31 for fifth-place points, and Daniel Le was 13th in 53.94.
The individual events concluded when Cal's Ryan Murphy out-stretched Stanford's David Nolan in the 100 back, denying Nolan of a second consecutive title in the event. Murphy swam an NCAA A-cut 45.59, as Nolan placed second with an A-cut time in 45.66.
Nolan, Shaw, Black and Kremer took home bronze honors for the Cardinal with a 3:09.10 in the 400 medley relay to shut the door on the evening.
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