Sophomore Peter Cyr had the top performance for the Cal men's diving squad Friday (Jan. 10) at the Bruin Diving Invitational in Los Angeles, placing fourth in the three-meter board.
Sophomore record-holders Josh Prenot and Jacob Pebley took unconventional routes to become Bears, but both are on straight ahead paths to lead the Cal men's swimming to another run at an NCAA title.
In an impressive display of talent, the Cal 400 free relay team of Tyler Messerschmidt, Ryan Murphy, Fabio Gimondi and Seth Stubblefield won in the final event of the 2013 Winter Nationals.
Sophomore Josh Prenot's silver medal in the 400 IM and freshman Ryan Murphy's bronze in the 100 back were highlights for the Cal men's swimming team during the second day of the 2013 Winter Nationals.
Cal's men's swimming and diving coach David Durden was recently feature by Michael Watkins of usaswimming.org, talking about his coaching career and his successful mentoring of the Golden Bears.
The Cal men's swimming team represented itself well during the first day (Dec. 5) of the 2013 Winter Nationals in Knoxville, Tenn., starting with a second-place finish in the 200 free relay.
The 2013-14 California men's swimming team will take its talented squad to the prestigious AT&T Winter National Championships, Dec. 5-7 in Knoxville, Tenn.
The California men's swimming and diving program, NCAA team champions in 2011 and 2012 – and most recently 2013 Pac-12 champions – has released its incoming class for the fall of 2014.
Cal senior Jeremy Bagshaw, who owns the nation's top time in the 1000 free (9:02.45) this season, was recently interviewed by SwimmingWorld on their Morning Show.
Senior Tyler Pullen produced the top performance for the Cal men's diving team Saturday (Nov. 23) at the Texas Diving Invitational, placing seventh on the platform with a score of 306.35.
The Cal men's diving program, led by fourth-year head coach Todd Mulzet, will be competing against the nation's best today (Nov. 21) through Saturday at the University of Texas Diving Invitational.
Led by wins from senior Jeremy Bagshaw, senior Ryan Studebaker and sophomores Josh Prenot and Tyler Messerschmidt; No. 3 Cal had an impressive performance in its Triple-Distance Meet versus Stanford.