2013wncaaJasmine Tosky qualifies first in the 200 butterfly prelims.
Courtesy of: Peter H. Bick

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 26. THE women's Pac 12 swimming championships begins today in Washington state and today's edition of The Morning Swim Show previews the people, races and teams bound to have swimming fans talking this week.

Swimming World contributor David Rieder makes a surprising prediction in terms of the team that will win the overall title, saying this squad has the most depth and talent across all strokes and disciplines. He and host Jeff Commings also discuss the potential lineup for Missy Franklin, both at the conference meet and the NCAA championships, given the wide range of events she can score points in for the California Golden Bears. Also in the running for the team title are Southern California and Stanford, based on performances recently in dual meets. Watch the show to learn more about who the two pick to be the highlights of this exciting meet! Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.

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