Men's Swimming & Diving

Racing Continues at Pac-12's

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FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – Stanford remains in second place with one day of racing remaining at the Pac-12 Championships at the King County Aquatic Center.

"The highlight of tonight was Matt Anderson being recognized as the Pac-12's Scholar-Athlete of the Year," said the Goldman Family Director of Men's Swimming Ted Knapp. "Matt has thoroughly earned this award and he showed what kind of swimmer he is with an excellent showing in the 100 breast tonight."

Stanford showed its depth in the 100-yard breaststroke, led by Anderson, who is on track to graduate with a degree in human biology, (52.18) in third place. Hank Poppe (52.53) finished fifth, Brennan Pastorek (52.93) won the B-final and Jonathan Cook (54.73) finished 16th, overall.

Alex Liang (3:43.10) was Stanford's fastest swimmer in the 400-yard individual medley, earning a spot in the A-final and finishing fifth. Abrahm DeVine (3:43.42) won the B-final with Johannes Calloni (3:45.29) and Daniel Roy (3:48.03) finishing second and third in the heat, respectively.

Brad Zdroik (46.12) was Stanford's only swimmer to make the A-final in the 100-yard butterfly, placing sixth. David Madej (47.56) finished sixth in the B-final.

Freshman Jack Levant (1:34.60) placed fifth in the 200-yard freestyle to lead the Cardinal, just ahead of classmate Mason Gonzalez (1:34.96), who finished sixth. James Murphy (1:34.47) won the B-final with Will Macmillan (1:35.84) placing seventh in the heat.

Ryan Dudzinski (46.14) was the only Cardinal to make the A-final of the 100-yard backstroke, finishing sixth while Ben Ho (46.64) captured the B-final with Glen Cowand (46.78) placing third in the heat.

The Cardinal's team of DeVine, Anderson, Zdroik and Levant (3:06.89) wrapped up the evening with a fourth-place finish in the 400-yard medley relay.

The Pac-12 championships conclude on Saturday with preliminaries set for 11 a.m. PT and finals set for 6 p.m. Tomorrow morning's events include the 200-yard backstroke, 100-yard freestyle, 200-yard breaststroke and 200-yard butterfly.

The evening session will begin with the final heat of the 1,650-yard freestyle – all other heats will take place starting at 4:25 p.m. Pac-12 Networks will carry the evening session from 6:30-7:30 p.m. and live results will be available at