Pac-12 Saturday Recap: USC Sweeps Again; Cal Women Top NC State

For the USC men, Dylan Carter won both the 200 free (1:36.42) and 100 fly (47.66), while Santo Condorelli took first in the 50 (20.01) and 100 free (44.09) and Patrick Mulcare won both the 200 back (1:45.95) and 400 IM (3:54.58). Also winning two events was diver Daishell Enos, scoring 441.53 on one-meter and 302.78 on three-meter.

The Wildcat men had just four wins all day: from Samuel Iida in the 100 (55.78) and 200 breast (2:00.28) and from Brooks Fail in the 1000 (9:16.42) and 500 free (4:29.54).

Full results

NC State at Cal (women only)

The Golden Bears defeated the Wolfpack 176-124, and they were led by their two Olympic gold medalists. Kathleen Baker won three events on the day, the 100 back (52.92), 200 back (1:55.68) and 200 IM (1:59.25), while Abbey Weitzeil won the 50 free (22.40) and 100 free (49.12).

Also winning two events was diver Briana Thai, who took first in both one-meter (289.73) and three-meter (289.73). Robin Neumann won the 200 free for Cal (1:48.28), while Ali Harrison won the 100 breast (1:03.43), Katie McLaughlin took first in the 200 fly, and Noemie Thomas won the 100 fly (53.01).

Read more in our ACC swimming recap.

UCLA at Arizona State (women only)

The ASU Sun Devil ladies picked up their first win over the Bruins in six seasons, and it was a dominant 189-111 effort in Tempe.

Chloe Isleta and Silja Kansakoski led the way for ASU, sweeping the backstroke and breaststroke events, respectively. Isleta won the 100 (54.64) and 200 back (1:58.70), and Kansakoski took first in the 100 (1:02.60) and 200 breast (2:15.68).

Isleta and Kansakoski teamed up with Fanny Teijonsalo and Katherine Wagner to win the 200 medley relay in 1:42.50, and Wagner, Claire Fisch, Teijonsalo and Emma Nordin won the 400 free relay in 3:24.33.

Other ASU wins came from Wagner in the 50 free (23.47), Caitlin Wilson in the 1000 free (10:05.05), Erica Lanning in the 500 free (4:55.40) and Marlies Ross in the 200 IM (2:01.73). Mara Aiacoboaewon three-meter diving (328.20).

UCLA won five events on the day, with Katie Grover leading the way with victories in the 100 free (50.27) and 100 fly (55.24). Kenisha Liu won the 200 free (1:49.14), Amy Okada won the 200 fly (2:00.39), and Eloise Belanger took first in one-meter diving (313.05).

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