Michigan dethroned two-time defending champion Cal at the NCAA men's swimming and diving championships in Indianapolis

Connor Jaeger won the 1,650-yard freestyle Saturday night to wrap up the Wolverines' first title since 1995. Michigan had 480 points, followed by Cal (406.5) and Arizona (313.5). Stanford (282) placed seventh.

Cal's Tom Shields won the 200 butterfly in 1 minute, 41.74 seconds to break the American short-course record.

Duke's Nick McCrory turned the tables on Kristian Ipsen, taking the platform title after losing the 1- and 3-meter events to the Stanford diver.

  • Michelle Plouffe had 20 points and eight rebounds, leading visiting Utah (22-13) to a 58-55 win over Saint Mary's (23-11) in a WNIT quarterfinal. The Gaels took a 51-50 lead with 8:01 left on Jackie Nared's 3-pointer but didn't make another field goal.

  • The Washington State baseball team (16-10, 3-3 Pac-12) salvaged the final game of a three-game series, an 8-5 home win over No. 23 Stanford (13-9, 3-3). The Cardinal's Austin Slater had three hits, three RBIs, one run and one stolen base.

  • Chris Paul hit two homers, including a grand slam, and the Cal baseball team (16-12, 5-4 Pac-12) came back from a 3-0 deficit to beat visiting USC (11-6, 4-5) 15-5.

  • The Portland baseball team (11-16, 4-2 WCC) completed a three-game sweep of visiting Santa Clara (8-18, 0-6) with a 7-6 win. Justin Viele was 2-for-4 for the Broncos.

  • The San Jose State baseball team (9-19, 3-3 WAC) got homers from Matt Carroll and Sheldon Daquioag but lost 14-8 at UTSA (16-12, 2-4).

  • The No. 5 Cal softball team (27-3) edged host Sacramento (16-12) 1-0 before a record-crowd of 1,212 at Shea Stadium. Victoria Jones homered for the only run.

  • Behind pitcher Teagan Gerhart's shutout, the No. 15 Stanford softball team (24-9, 2-4 Pac-12) posted a 2-0 home victory over No. 12 UCLA (25-8, 2-4).

  • The San Jose State softball team (26-11, 5-1 WAC) swept a doubleheader -- 2-0 and 3-2 at UTSA (19-14, 4-2). Amanda Pridmore had saves in both games.

    ECHL

    The San Francisco Bulls completed the regular season at Bakersfield on Saturday night.

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