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NCAA Record: 6:05.08- Texas( 2019) Pac-12 Record: 6:07.31- Cal( 2019) Pac-12 Championships Record: 6:10.94- Cal( 2019) NCAA “A” Standard- 6:16.80 NCAA “B” Standard- 6:21.32

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ASU- 6:07.51 Stanford- 6:08.73 Cal- 6:09.98

Arizona State made the 800 free communicate at the Pac-1 2 Championships tonight, roaring to a new school record of 6:07.51. The concert smashed the previous Pac-1 2 gratify record of 6:10.94, as well as the previous ASU program record, which stands at 6:10.86 from earlier this season. The labelled the first time ASU won the 800 free at the men’s Pac-1 2 Championships in 31 years.

The Sun Devils got out to a miraculous start thanks to a swell 1:30.54 lead-off split from Grant House. The swim labels a big personal best for House, is a new ASU program record, and utters House the# 8 performer in NCAA history in the event. You can speak more about Shoults’ dive now.

Notably, the previous Arizona State program record in the relay was 6:10.86, which they adjusted a few months ago at the NC State Invitational in November. The relay tonight and the previous record relay were made up of the same 4 swimmers, who too swam in the same order. Additionally, all 4 swimmers were faster tonight than what they split back in November.

Here is a split comparison between ASU’s relay tonight, their previous curriculum record, the Pac-1 2 record of 6:07.31 from 2017, and the NCAA record of 6:05.08, held by Texas.

Swimmer ASU 2022 Pac-1 2 Championships( Meet Record) ASU 2021 NC State Invite( Previous ASU Record) Cal 2019 NCAAs( Pac-1 2 Conference Record) Texas 2019 NCAAs( NCAA Record)

1 Grant House( 1:30.54) Grant House( 1:31.73) Andrew Seliskar( 1:30.14) Drew Kibler( 1:32.06)

2 Carter Swift( 1:33.61) Carter Swift( 1:34.02) Bryce Mefford( 1:32.57) Austin Katz( 1:31.45)

3 Julian Hill( 1:32.20) Julian Hill( 1:32.70) Trenton Julian( 1:31.74) Jeff Newkirk( 1:31.91)

4 Leon Marchand( 1:31.16) Leon Marchand( 1:32.41) Mike Thomas( 1:32.86) Townley Haas( 1:29.66)

Final Time 6:07.51 6:10.86 6:07.31 6:05.08

Stanford also mounted a new curriculum record in the 800 free relay, swimming a 6:08.73, which shatters their previous record of 6:12.66 from the 2017 NCAAs. Luke Maurer was also excellent on their lead-off leg, swimming a 1:32.99, merely off the program record of 1:32.61 held by Jack LeVant. Here is a split comparison between Stanford’s relay tonight, and their previous record relay.

Swimmer Stanford 2022 Pac-1 2 Championships Stanford 2017 NCAAs( Previous Record)

1 Luke Maurer( 1:32.99) Grant Shoults( 1:33.65)

2 Leon MacAlister( 1:33.09) Tom Kremer( 1:31.75)

3 Ron Polonsky( 1:31.50) Abrahm DeVine( 1:33.49)

4 Preston Forst( 1:31.15) Liam Egan( 1:33.77)

Final Time 6:08.73 6:12.66

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