No. 2 Cal men’s diving places second at NAU Lumberjack Diving Invitational

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Freshman Jackson Gabler fell just two-tenths of a point short of qualifying for Zones, but his performance in the preliminary round of the 1-meter received a new personal best of 299.80. It was far from a disappointing outing, as Gabler set another personal best in the 3-meter with a 298.05 finish, almost 40 points higher than his score at Utah a month ago.
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No. 2 Cal men’s swim to battle No. 4 Stanford

The Bears will have their hands full with fourth-ranked Stanford, who are the two-time defending Pac-12 champions. The Cardinal, now led by sixth-year head coach Ted Knapp, have always had an elite program, with eight NCAA championships in total. Cal has had the Cardinal’s number the last five years, however, claiming victories in each of their dual meets, dating back to the 2012-13 season.
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Cal men’s swimming dominate King of the Pool

Blink, and you might have missed the winner — that was how tightly contested the battle for the King of the Pool crown was Friday at Cal Poly. Only half a second separated Cal men’s swimmers sophomore Quah Zheng Wen, junior Andrew Seliskar and senior Matthew Josa, as they reached
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Cal men’s swim set on maintaining No. 1 status

Their season kicks off Friday with a trip to Cal Poly for the King of the Pool, a unique event featuring four 100-yard races of each stroke and 100-yard individual medley. Cal will also participate in several dual meets, facing off against Pacific and Utah in mid-October, and hosting Stanford in November.
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