Men’s Swimming & Diving
Daniel Carr worked his six-year plan to perfection to get to the U.S. Olympic swim trials in June, and then he got the flu.
Yeah, he's still a little sick about it.
Yet while a great day in the pool didn't unfold the way he would have liked in Omaha, Neb., the Cheyenne Mountain senior left with plenty excitement about his future, including plans to join the swim team at the University of California.
He'll make it official when he signs his letter of intent Wednesday at his high school
"They just seemed like one unit," the 18-year-old said when he saw the Golden Bears at the trials. "They were incredibly supportive of each other and really into it. But they were still relaxed, too.
"I wanted to spend the next four years with those guys."
BERKELEY - California softball head coach Diane Ninemire announced the addition of five talented newcomers for the 2017-18 class that all hail from the Golden State on Wednesday, National Signing Day
"They are an astounding group of young women and will have an outstanding impact," said Ninemire, in her 30th year at the helm of the Cal program. "They provide really great hitting and defense and some pitching. They all can make an immediate impact.
The incoming quintet, who each signed a National Letter of Intent, includes Lauren Espalin, Mik Coelho, Karlee Sparacino, Cam Kondo, and Sabrina Nunez, many from the surrounding area.