Men's Swimming & Diving

Pac-12 Defeats Team USA

LOS ANGELES – Matt Anderson, Abrahm DeVine, Sam Perry, Grant Shoults and True Sweetser helped the Pac-12 All-Stars defeat Team USA this weekend at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center.

The short-course yards meet, which pitted the best current Pac-12 swimmers against Team USA, was held on Saturday and Sunday, with the victorious Pac-12 squad outscoring Team USA, 326.5-286.5.

Shoults swam the opening leg of the 800-yard freestyle, helping the Pac-12 (6:19.96) get the win. In the meet's final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, Perry, along with Dylan Carter, Michael Jensen and Cameron Craig (2:51.58), helped the Pac-12 squad seal the win.

Perry and Anderson (3:10.06) swam the opening event of the meet, finishing fourth in the 400-yard medley relay. Grant Shoults (4:15.41) and True Sweetser each competed in the 500-yard freestyle, finishing third and sixth, respectively. Abrahm DeVine (1:44.33) placed sixth in the 200-yard backstroke before Anderson (1:59.46) took seventh in the 200-yard breaststroke.

Perry (43.61) tied for fifth in the 100-yard freestyle, and DeVine (3:52.37) took seventh in the 400-yard individual medley before Shoults helped win the 800 free relay to complete Day 1.

On Day 2, Sweetser (8:59.78) placed fourth in the 1000-yard freestyle with Shoults (9:11.62) in sixth. Anderson (53.42) logged a fifth-place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke, and Perry (19.89) took third in the 50-yard freestyle.

DeVine (1:44.02) had his best swim of the meet with a runner-up finish in the 200-yard individual medley, an event he swam at the World Championships this past summer. Perry and the Pac-12 team wrapped up the meet in style, winning the 400 free relay.

Stanford returns to action next weekend when it travels to compete in the Pacific Invitational in Stockton, California. Live results will be available at