Twenty-four members of the Arizona State University swimming and diving teams earned Pac-12 Conference All-Academic honors, the conference announced Friday.
The Pac-12 Conference announced their track and field athletes of the week on Tuesday afternoon, and redshirt sophomore thrower Magdalyn Ewen was awarded the women's field athlete of the week.
As the final event came to a close on Saturday evening at the McAuley Aquatic Center on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Arizona State men's swim and dive squad realized they had accomplished their goal of swimming -- and diving -- like they never had before.
Since the beginning of the season, first-year Arizona State head swimming coach Bob Bowman reiterates the goal each week is to swim faster than the last.
By the end of day two at the men's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, the Arizona State swimmers have tallied three new school records.
In the previous eight years, the Arizona State swimming program had only four men qualify for the NCAA Swimming Championships. In 2016 under first-year head coach Bob Bowman, the Sun Devils are sending six men along with four relay teams.
Arizona State sophomore divers Heikki Makikallio and Mara Aiacoboae both qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 10-meter platform event on Wednesday.
The Arizona State men's swimming team finished the Pac-12 Championships late Saturday night in just about the most entertaining and energizing fashion possible.
At the men's Pac-12 Championships, records of all sorts continue to be broken by the Arizona State swimming squad.
The Arizona State men's swimming team competed in four more events on day two of the Pac-12 Championships on Thursday afternoon at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.
The Arizona State men's swimming team started the Pac-12 Championships off the way head coach Bob Bowman wanted -- swimming faster than they ever have before.
The No. 20 Arizona State men's swim team enters the Pac-12 Championships on Wednesday, March 2 on the upswing after defeating No. 17 Arizona to end the regular season.