March 22, 2023
ASU Sets to Open Grand Leaderboard with 12 'A' Finalists


The Thursday morning qualifying session on the 2023 Males’s Pac-12 Swimming & Diving Championships is on the books, so it is time to check out how teamfight is shaping up. First, let’s check out the place the scores are after the primary night time of the match.


  1. USC-198
  2. Utah – 146
  3. Arizona-131
  4. ASU-127
  5. Stanford-117
  6. Keep – 72

The USC Trojans now discover themselves in first place, because of their top-scoring divers final week. Utah, which had a powerful efficiency from its divers final week, finds itself in an analogous place.

Arizona State swept the relays final night time and completed fourth total. Cal presently finds himself in final place by a considerable margin resulting from a DQ on the 200 medley relay final night time. Particularly, Stanford are presently in fifth place, however would have been in third place in the event that they hadn’t DQ final night time within the 200 medley relay.

Now, let’s flip our consideration to what occurred within the preliminaries this morning. Arizona State could not have gotten off to a greater begin. The Solar Devils have been on the prime of their video games this morning, pushing the 4 swimmers to the ‘A’ finals of all three occasions. They’re within the lead tonight with the finalists scoring 16 targets, together with 12 “A” finalists, which means they’ve essentially the most swimmers tonight and essentially the most swimmers within the “A” finals.

Cal has the benefit of selecting up two extra ‘B’ finalists from Arizona State tonight, however they nonetheless discover themselves behind eight balls as they solely gained seven ‘A’ finalists, 5 wanting ASU.

Stanford has gained eight such swims with essentially the most ‘B’ finalists of all, to go together with the 4 ‘A’ finalists tonight. In whole, Cal has 13 swimmers returning to attain tonight, whereas Stanford has 12.

Arizona took in 5 ‘B’ finalists and one ‘A’ finalist, whereas USC took one ‘B’ finalist within the 200 IM. Utah has gained two ‘C’ finalists, however did not put anybody within the scoring place this morning, so that they’ll solely add to their rating in tonight’s 200 free relay.

Right here is the up/down knowledge for day two preparations. When you’re not acquainted with our “up/down” reviews, that is only a method to analyze workforce performances by the variety of swims/dives they’ve gained in a qualifying session. The format is easy: “up” is the primary quantity listed and “down” is the variety of “A” finalists a workforce has gained in that occasion, whereas “down” is the second quantity that represents the variety of “B” finalists.


Set All 500 Free 200 immediate messages 50 Free
State of Arizona 12/4 4/2 4/2 4/0
California 7/6 3/2 2/2 2/2
Stanford 4/8 1/3 2/3 1/2
arizona 1/5 0/1 0/1 1/3
Southern California 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/1
Utah 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

Let’s check out the scores from this morning’s qualifiers. Observe that that is only a projection. This desk exhibits what number of factors every workforce would rating if this morning’s qualifying session was a timed closing session. The scores for tonight’s closing will look completely different from this as a result of the ultimate standings will likely be shifting from this morning. 200 free relay races can even be held tonight and this level isn’t taken into consideration within the qualifying desk.


Set Factors Qualifiers
State of Arizona 190
California 136.5
Stanford 91
arizona 41.5
Southern California 6
Utah 0

Because the chart exhibits, Arizona State is poised to take the lead within the workforce standings tonight as Utah scores no factors, USC solely has one ‘B’ finalist to attain, and Arizona has restricted goal-scoring capabilities. moreover. Within the meantime, we must always count on Cal to rise within the rankings tonight, however by the top of tonight’s session there’ll seemingly be a five-time defensive champion.

Here is a take a look at what the scores would appear to be if we added the scored qualifiers to final night time’s precise scores. Unsurprisingly, it exhibits that ASU has opened an enormous lead. On this estimate, Cal advances to second place however sits 100 factors behind ASU.


State of Arizona 317
California 208.5
Stanford 208
Southern California 204
arizona 172.5
Utah 146

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