Arizona State sends three divers to the NCAA Championships, each of them securing a spot through the notoriously tough Zone E Qualifying Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The Arizona State dove well at the NCAA Zone E Championships, the qualifier to send Sun Devil divers to the NCAA Championships, but the team members are still seeking the first individual bid after day one.
After taking home two Pac-12 Championships for the Arizona State, the Sun Devil divers look to punch their tickets to Nationals at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships, Mar. 13-15, in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Senior Tristin Baxter scored points for the Sun Devils on the third-straight night of competition finishing in sixth place in the 400 IM, Friday, at the 2014 Pac-12 Championships. Baxter swam the event with an NCAA B-cut time of 4:14.35, which was good for 24 points for ASU.
Arizona State senior diver Riley McCormick took home some hardware Thursday night at the Pac-12 Championships, upsetting reigning champion Kristian Ipsen of Stanford for the men's 3-meter springboard title.
The Arizona State women's swimming team kicked off Pac-12 Championships Wednesday night from Federal Way, Wash. After the first of four days, the Sun Devils sit in ninth with 46 points.
The Arizona State women's swimming team and both men's and women's diving teams move into one of the most anticipated weeks of the season, as they head to Federal Way, Wash. and the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center for the Pac-12 Championships.
Seven Arizona State swimmers and divers waved their goodbyes to the Sun Devil crowd at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center for the final time Saturday afternoon after a faceoff with Arizona in which the men dropped their contest 158.5-116.5, while the women dropped theirs, 171.5-105.5.
Former Arizona State swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Agnes Kovacs was named to the 2014 International Swimming Hall of Fame Class and will be inducted on June 14 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
The Arizona State men's and women's swimming and diving teams take to the water at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center in Tempe one last time for the season this Saturday, Feb. 8 in a Territorial Cup showdown against Arizona. For ASU, it will be the last competition in the pool before heading to Pac-12 Championships.
The ASU swimming and diving teams wrapped up their two matchups in California this weekend by both taking their second losses in as many days. Saturday afternoon the Sun Devil men dropped its contest to Stanford 135-101, while the women were defeated 148-68.
The ASU men and women's swimming and diving teams hit the water against Cal on Friday for their inaugural appearance on the Pac-12 Network. While the final scores favored the Golden Bears, 178-113 on the men's side and 229-69 on the women's side, some Sun Devils found sucess with the spotlight on them.