Men's Swimming & Diving

Campaign Concludes in Austin

AUSTIN – Stanford's 2018-19 season wrapped up on Saturday with the completion of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.

Stanford finished 15th with Abrahm DeVine, who won his second straight 400-yard individual medley title on Friday, leading the Cardinal with three All-America honors while Mason Gonzalez, Alex Liang and Noah Vigran each earned two All-America nods apiece.

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On Saturday, two Cardinal swimmers earned All-America honors in the 1,650-yard freestyle, led by True Sweetser (14:39.07), who placed seventh. Johannes Calloni (14:40.53) swam a personal-best time to join Sweetser as an All-American, placing ninth – Calloni's time ranks sixth in program history.

In the 200-yard breaststroke, Daniel Roy (1:52.93) shaved nearly a full second off of his preliminary time to place fourth in the B-final, good for 12th place overall and his first career All-America nod. Roy's time ranks third in program history, .38 seconds behind Paul Kornfield's program record of 1:52.55.

Freshman diver Noah Vigran (260.35) finished 8th in the Platform B-final, good for 16th place overall and his second All-America honor of the week after earning All-America status on the 3-meter springboard.

"I am very proud of our two divers, this week and throughout the season," said diving coach Patrick Jeffrey. "I don't think we could have asked for more out of these two young men in their first season and I am very excited for the future of our program with their leadership."

2019 Stanford All-Americans
Johannes Calloni (1,650 free)
Cole Cogswell (200 free relay)
Patrick Conaton (200 free relay)
Abrahm DeVine (800 free relay, 200 IM, 400 IM)
Mason Gonzalez (800 free relay, 200 free relay)
Alex Liang (800 free relay, 400 IM)
James Murphy (800 free relay)
Hank Poppe (100 breast)
Daniel Roy (200 breast)
True Sweetser (1,650 free)
Noah Vigran (3-meter, Platform)
Brad Zdroik (200 free relay)

Cardinal Notes

  • Patrick Conaton (1:41.79) placed 27th in the 200-yard backstroke with Johannes Calloni (1:42.12) in 30th.
  • Hank Poppe (1:53.86) narrowly missed a second swim in the 200 breast, finishing 17th in prelims. Brennan Pastorek (1:54.92) was 28th and Matt Anderson (1:55.18) was 33rd.
  • Liang (1:42.93) placed 25th in the 200-yard butterfly.
  • Stanford's team of Abrahm DeVine, Cole Cogswell, Gonzalez and Conaton (2:52.99) placed 22nd in the 400-yard freestyle relay.