No. 2 Cal Will take Care Of Enterprise Versus No. 19 Arizona

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Destin Lasco won three functions as the Golden Bears defeated No. 19 Arizona in Tucson on Friday.

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Bears Also Just take Down UC San Diego In La Jolla

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TUCSON, Ariz. – The No. 2 ranked Cal men’s swimming & diving staff took care of organization on Saturday, defeating No. 19 Arizona 187-98 on Friday afternoon at Hillenbrand Aquatic Centre in Tucson. The Golden Bears won 11 of the 14 functions on Friday, like a sweep in the 200m breaststroke. Cal also observed the return of two-time NCAA Winner Hugo Gonzalez who produced his 2022-23 debut.
 
The meet up with opened with the Bears having to start with and second in the 200 medley relay. It was the first of 9 functions in which Cal claimed the major two places. The Bears “A” lineup of Destin Lasco, Reece Whitley, Dare Rose, and Jack Alexy concluded with a time of 1:26.34. The “B” quartet of Sebastian Somerset, Luke Rodarte, Liam Bell, and Björn Seeliger completed with a time of 1:28.99.
 
Lasco experienced a strong day over-all, successful 3 activities. He also finished first in the 200 no cost (1:36.63) and the 200 breast (1:59.94). Gabriel Jett received two gatherings and completed next in a third while Jason Louser, Seeliger, Dylan Hawk, Colby Mefford, and Tyler Kopp all won their respective races. Jett took gold in the 1000 free of charge (9:16.87), and 200 person medley (1:46.31). Mefford edged out Jett in the 200 backstroke successful with a time of 1:46.65, Mefford also positioned second in the 200 no cost.
 
Louser was victorious in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 54.30, Rodarte finished 3rd in the event for the Golden Bears, and he finished with a time of 54.74. Seeliger took first in the 50 no cost with a time of 19.83. Kopp captured the 500 absolutely free with a time of 4:37.13.
 
Gonzalez, the two-time NCAA Winner, competed in three functions on the working day. He aided the Bears’ “A” lineup finish initially in the 200 totally free relay. Gonzalez also took fifth in the 200 cost-free and 100 fly.
 
Freshman diver Joshua Thai carries on his strong time. Thai took first in the 1-meter dive with a rating of 304.13. He finished second in the 3-meter dive with a rating of 319.35.
 
Cal also sent a squad to contend towards UC San Diego in La Jolla, Calif., on Friday. The Bears defeated the Tritons 143-116. Highlights of the twin fulfill versus UCSD incorporate person wins by Michael Petrides (200 totally free), Kai Crews (100 back again), Jacob Soderlund (100 breast), Bora Unalmis (200 fly), Spencer Every day (50 free of charge), Trent Frandson (100 absolutely free), and Jacques Laeuffer (200 breast).
 
UP Subsequent
The Golden Bears will vacation to Tempe, Arizona tomorrow for a showdown in opposition to No. 1 Arizona State at the Mona Plummer Aquatic Center. That fulfill is slated for an 11:00 a.m. get started time. The group in La Jolla will keep on being in San Diego for one particular additional working day when they contend in the Triton Invitational hosted by UC San Diego.
 
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