Heading into today's competition, numerous impressive individual performances have put the Bears in second place behind the team they beat less than two weeks ago.
Liv Jensen further secured her spot in Cal swimming history as the defending national champion swam a school record 21.73 seconds in the 50-free, securing a school record and automatic qualifying position at NCAA's - not to mention an individual Pac-10 championship.
Sophomore Caitlin Leverenz, who has already been named the Pac-10 swimmer of the month this year, placed second in the 200 individual medley and fell just short of breaking the school record held by Cal swimming legend Natalie Coughlin.
With two days worth of competition remaining, the Bears seem poised to make a push for the Pac-10 crown. One thing we know for sure is that if it comes down to the final relay, Cal certainly has the advantage over that team from Palo Alto.