NCAA Swimming: USC and Stanford Dominate USC Invitational

LOS ANGELES, CA – USC and Stanford swimmers dominated the second and final day at the USC Invitational at the McDonalds Swim Stadium.

First-year USC men’s swimmer Ryosuke Imai won both the 100 and 200 breast events in 55.56 and 2:00.12, respectively, setting a pool record in the former. Stanford’s 800 free relay of Jessica Foschi, Misty Hyman, Shelly Ripple and Emily Smith also set a pool record in 7:23.68.

Three Stanford swimmers won two events apiece: Ripple (200 back and fly), Gabrielle Rose (200 free and breast) and Catherine Fox (100 free and back).

USC senior Karen Campbell won the 100 fly in an NCAA automatic qualifying time of 54.04 and freshman Kristin MacGregor won the 100 breast in an NCAA automatic qualifying time of 1:02.28. Ripples’ 2:00.08 in the 200 fly was also an automatic time.

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