Cal men’s swim ends lukewarm season

With the U.S. Olympic Trials only months away, the state of collegiate swimming was full of uncertainty. The national team is full of long-time stars such as Michael Phelps, making it extremely difficult for collegiate swimmers to focus on both the college season and the Olympic Trials. Full of Olympic-hopefuls,
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Make your move: Andrew Seliskar’s race through life

Standing atop the starting blocks of the outermost lane, Cal freshman Andrew Seliskar glances to his right. His mind briefly allows him to succumb to pressure and anxiety before gathering his thoughts again. Watching Andrew race is magical. His technique is pristine. His speed is boundless. His competitive drive is
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Cal men’s swim finishes 2nd at NCAA Championships

Under head coach Dave Durden, Cal has achieved a remarkably high level of consistency. Since he coaching the Bears, the team has never finished below fourth and has been first or second at the last seven NCAA Championships. From Wednesday to Saturday, Cal competed at the NCAA Championships at the
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Cal men’s swim finishes 3rd at Pac-12 Championships

For the first time since before current senior Jacob Pebley came to Cal, backstroke was the Bears’ major weakness at the 2016 Pac-12 Championships. That’s not something normally said about a team with two of history’s greatest collegiate backstrokers on its roster. From Wednesday to Saturday, Cal and five other
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