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Cal Rugby will visit St. Mary's in a great rugby battle that is streamed only on the The Bears take on Utah, Auburn, BYU, Stanford & Southern Utah this . It is not quite as dominant as the season when the Bears won 9 round Western Intercollegiate at the Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz ahead. As a FRESHMAN in , competed in 10 of 13 tournaments and had the third-best scoring average on the team at led the Bears with a low round of. Fellows will be expected to attend an HHMI science meeting each year and provide an annual progress report. Timeline: The Jan. deadline has passed .
McTaggart was selected in the Free and Fly events, while Schanz made the cut in the Breast. Grover, Kinnear, Lenz, and Polyakova earned first team honors. The Bruins had a young team, but saw much success and improvement throughout the year.
The Bruins set five school records at the Pac Championships and broke two of those records while setting new ones at the NCAA Championships en route to a 23rd-place finish. Gallagher had 11 athletes qualify for the U. Olympic Trials, while four qualified for International Trials. Anna Poteete broke the 50 and Freestyle records during the year as a young team represented UCLA throughout the season.
She has a daughter, Tori, a graduate of the University of Colorado in Boulder. Gallagher resides on the beautiful beach of Marina del Rey. Linnea Mack finished fourth in the individual rankings with 65 points. Tarazona, Lenz, and Grover earned first-team honors. Year Overall Record Conf. The 11 dual meet wins, including victories over Arizona and Arizona State, were the most in program history for a single season.
The Bruins broke seven school records, and Free, Fly and and Free Relays. Paulina Guzman had a solid first year with the Bruins as she also competed at Zones. Guzman also represented Guatemala at the Canada Cup meet in May of Ivory-Ganja and graduate Winn also competed at the U. Montana Monahan qualified for the Senior Nationals, finishing 21st in the Platform event.
Last season, Stebbins was at the helm for his most impressive one yet, garnering the first Pac Diving Coach of the Year award of his career while guiding Maria Polyakova to the first conference Diver of the Year honor of his tenure.
Stebbins also helped coach Delo to an undefeated record in the season. Lenz was fourth in the Platform event, ninth in the 3M and 14th in the 1M at Zones, setting a personal best Lenz won four dual meet events and was named Pac Diver of the Month for November. While diving at Yale, he helped lead his team to the Ivy League co-title. Stebbins graduated from Yale in with a degree in psychology. The UCLA Diving program stresses the need for the individual to be accountable to herself, her teammates, her sport, and her studies.
With all of the wonderful opportunities presented to student athletes at UCLA, it is important that each person know that she is responsible for the decisions and directions that she chooses. This is the beginning of a lifelong process in which the student-athlete learns how to maximize herself academically, athletically, and socially. While the coaching staff hopes to steer this direction, it is the student-athlete herself that will determine how quickly she will achieve her goals.
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During her historic performance in the 3M, Polyakova broke her own school record twice with a How we choose to give back to that tradition should go well beyond the few moments each individual will spend competing in the Bruin Blue. Becoming a Bruin is just the beginning of a lifelong commitment to creating excellence in every facet of your life.
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As coaches, we are all here to enhance the early stages of that process, through our passion, dedication, and enthusiasm for the people whose lives we have the opportunity to touch. Schofield won every invitational Platform competition she was entered in and the Bruins saw much success and improvement from Brittany Hill, Shannon Pirozzi, Laura Winn and Morgan Erpenbeck.Cal vs Stanford Swim Meet - 2013 - 200 Medley Relay
Winn had a huge year, narrowly missing the Pac title on Platform with a runner-up finish. The season saw a small squad of four divers represent the Bruins.
The summer of saw Silva earn a bronze medal on 1M and a gold medal on Platform in her Spanish National Championships, qualifying her to the European Championships.
She also placed third in the 1M and fourth in the 3M. Her score of Once again, Maria Polyakova had a stellar season, twice earning Pac Diver of the Month honors and winning 12 of 14 regular season diving competitions. Junior Annika Lenz placed fourth in the platform event at Pacs. During the summer season, all three Bruins went on to compete at the Olympic Trials for their respective nations.
Honors were heaped upon the Bruins inwith Maria Polyakova the most decorated of all. The junior was named Pac Diver of the Year after a red-hot close to her campaign that began with her second Pac championship in as many years. The Penza, Russia native took the 3M competition while reaching the podium in the 1M and Platform events en route to the Diver of the Meet award.
Polyakova went on to cap her remarkable season with a pair of top-five finishes, while Belanger scored points in the 1M and Platform competitions. Bryan SMaples C. Distance, 55 It 9 in. Bryan SRussell S. Bryan STaylor S. Bryan SRademaker CG. Distance, 14 5 ft. Matches oh the varsity courts will start at 1: For comparison, the Indians have lost to the Bruins earlier by an 8 to 1 margin.
Tomorrow the varsity gets another rough test when they meet the College of the Pacific squad in a rematch. Hopelessly outclassed last time, the Reds will be looking for revenge. The Saturday matches will be played in Stockton. Only winners for Stanford were: Vickery,; and Lewyn-Gentry d. Sample-Vickery, and In the first meeting of the two teams, California prevailed, 8 to 2.
But the Red is a completely different team from the one that trekked across the Bay several weeks ago With George Zaninovich, Dick Cole, Jim Agar, Jack Shepard, and others finding their hitting eye, the Cardbabes are not the hitless wonders they once were. Stanford has won four straight since the last Cal tilt.
This, along with some torrid time trials Wednesday, makes it possible that the fndians will score enough points to win the meet. In trials, the freestyle relay did. Best times were Bruce Putnam's In the medley, Bert Holiday raced Ernie Polte in the last freestyle, and touched out the blond junior in the time of This approaches record freshman time, and Holiday will be out to better the record of Stanford's yearlings can point with little pride to their record in these meets with the "across the Bay" rivals.
In the past 17 years they have won only three times, in, and lust year. But this time, the Farm lads go into the fray undefeated, and they will face their once-beaten opponents as slight favorites. Mathias Ready Big feature of the day will be the seven-star performance of captain Bob Mathias. The Olympic decathlon ace is expected to grab firsts in the discus, shot, pole vault, and possibly the high barriers.
He'll score points in the lows, javelin, and the hgih jump. He holds the freshman record in the discus, pole vault, and shot, and has tied the best mark in the highs. His high jumping, consistently over 6 feet, will probably place him second to teammate Norm Jiles who has been crowding the record of G feet 4 inches all season. The best that any Cal jumper has managed to date is an unimpressive 5 feet 11 inches. Another frosh who may step into the winner's spot more than once is distance runner Bob Simon.
Simon will enter the and the mile, where he will have some very respectable competition from Cal's Morrison whose best times are mere fractions off of Simon's best. Stanford's Maurice Parsons is picked to finish third behind these two. The Californian has not yet equaled his best high school performance, which was a record 23 feet.
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Tomorrow's meet could see several long - standing meet records fall. Mathias looks sure to- crash the discus mark, and he could topple the high hurdles and shot figures. He has not competed in the javelin before this year. Jiles could break the meet high jump record, and several other men from both schools have been hitting dangerously near peak performances. Last time the Indians turned the trick was back inwhen they also won their first and last CIBA championship.
Stanford previously took the measure of the Bears this season 4 to 3 and 5 to 2 at Berkeley and hope to continue on their winning ways tomorrow in the Sunken Diamond. Mary's on the Trojan campus in a two-game series.