Cal’s Isabel Ivey, USC’s Harry Homans Named Pac-12 Swimmers of the Week

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California junior Isabel Ivey and USC sophomore Harry Homans were named Pac-12 Swimmers of the Week on Tuesday.

USC’s Nike Agunbiale and George Korovin took home women’s and men’s divers of the week, respectively.

Ivey set a Cal dual-meet record of 51.12 seconds in the 100 backstroke in a meet with Stanford, the fourth-fastest time in the NCAA this season. She added a Cal dual-meet best of 47.24 in the 100 freestyle, an event where she holds the second-fastest time in the nation. She also won the 100 butterfly in 51.68. Ivey is ranked in the top 10 nationally in four events (including sixth in the 200 individual medley and seventh in the 100 fly).

Ivey also was named Pac-12 Swimmer of the Week two weeks ago.

Homans won three events – the 200 fly, 200 back and 200 IM – in a dual meet victory over Utah for the Trojans. He set season-best times in the latter two events.

USC’s divers enjoyed their competition at home, against Hawaii, UCLA and Utah. Agunbiade, a sophomore All-American, won the one-meter and three-meter competition at the event. The reigning Pac-12 Freshman Female Diver of the Year added a decisive win on platform.

Korovin, a sophomore from Russia, won the one-meter event and platform diving in a meet with Hawaii. He finished third in the three-meter competition.