Womens Swimming

Stanford 1st , at Pac-10 Championships

Date of competition: Thursday, February 25, 2010

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Pac-10 Championships
at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool, Long Beach
Team leaders
1, Stanford 510
2 California 476
3, USC 435
4, Arizona 352
5, UCLA 328
6, Arizona State 206
7, Washington State 170
8, Oregon State 154
500 free
1, Lauren Boyle (Cal) 4:38.77
2, Haley Anderson (USC) 4:40.70
3, Kelsey Ditto (S) 4:41.92
7, Whitney Spence (S) 4:44.47
15, Natalie Durant (S) 4:47.03
18, Angela Duckworth (S) 4:48.07
200 IM
1, Julia Smit (S) 1:52.31
2, Katinka Hosszu (USC) 1:55.49
3, Elaine Breeden (S) 1:55.96
4, Liz Smith (S) 1:56.24
16, Alisa Finn (S) 1:59.88
50 free
1, Betsy Webb (S) 22.04
2, Liv Jensen (Cal/Palo Alto High) 22.09
3, Presley Bard (USC) 22.15
4, Kate Dwelley (S) 22.24
7, Andi Murez (S) 22.53
200 free relay
1, Stanford (Webb, Woodward, Dwelley, Smit) 1:28.27
2, California (Wilson, Fotsch, Dagg, Jensen) 1:28.70
3, Arizona (Schluntz, Agy, Darlington, Boritske) 1:29.50

Pac-10 Diving Championships
Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Complex
Federal Way, WA
Women's 1-meter finals
1, Victoria Ishimatsu (USC) 332.80
2, Ariel Rittenhoues (USC) 326.25
3, Elina Eggers (Arizona State) 311.10
4, Meg Hostage (Stanford) 292.30
7, Carmen Stellar (Stanford) 264.40
Men's 3-meter finals
1, Blaha Constantin (Arizona State) 435.55
2, Cameron Bradshaw (Arizona State) 389.85
3, Brent Eichenseer (Stanford) 382.00
8, Tommy Fraychineaud (Stanford) 285.60

posted by Rick on Feb 25, 2010 at 2:02 pm

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