Men's Swimming & Diving

Swimmer of the Year

STANFORD, Calif. – Junior Abrahm DeVine was named Pac-12 Swimmer of the Year, as decided on by a vote of the Pac-12 swim coaches.

DeVine, who hails from Seattle, won Stanford's first 400-yard individual medley title since 1998 at the NCAA Championships two weeks ago. DeVine swam a school-record 3:35.29, which was the second fastest time in history. It was the Cardinal's first individual championship at NCAA's since David Nolan captured the 200-yard individual medley in 2015.

DeVine also finished fourth in the 200 IM (1:40.35) and eighth in the 200-yard backstroke (1:41.99) for first-team All-America honors. He helped Stanford finish eighth in the 800-yard freestyle relay (6:14.75) and 10th in the 400-yard freestyle relay (2:49.80), giving him five All-America honors on the season.

At the Pac-12 Championships, DeVine won the 200 IM (1:41.17) and the 200 back (1:40.11), also helping the Cardinal finish second in the 400 free relay (2:50.82) and third in the 800 free relay (6:17.98). DeVine also claimed Pac-12 Swimmer of the Week honors twice on Feb. 21 and Jan. 17.