Olympic star Missy Franklin won the 100 backstroke and anchored California's winning 400 medley relay team in her first collegiate home meet Friday.
Missy Franklin feels right at home as a Cal freshman.
She was the most decorated female swimmer at the London Olympics. But now, 18-year-old Missy Franklin just wants to fit in with her teammates as she begins her freshman year at Cal.
Allison Schmitt and her Georgia teammates can almost taste that elusive national championship.
Missy Franklin pranked California women's swimming coach Teri McKeever when it came time for the five-time Olympic medalist to announce her choice of college.
Olympic swimming star Missy Franklin has verbally committed to attend the University of California.
Even with an overhauled lineup due to graduation, California isn't showing any signs of giving up its grip on the NCAA men's swimming and diving title.
California coach Teri McKeever isn't counting a third title in four years quite yet. Taking inventory of all the records can wait, too.
California's Caitlin Leverenz set an American and NCAA record in the 200-yard individual medley to help the defending champion Golden Bears take a first-round lead at the NCAA swimming and diving championships.
A bevy of fast females bear the hopes of U.S. swimming leading up to London 2012. espnW has the scoop on these young stars.
California won its second women's NCAA swimming and diving championship in three years by outscoring Georgia by nearly 40 points.
Teri McKeever is the first female head coach of a U.S. Olympic swimming team.
Cal's Dana Vollmer has won the Honda Award as nation's top swimmer.
Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders was in town for a swim meet that bears her name the same day her family home in nearby Granite Bay burned.