Olympian Missy Franklin set an American record in winning her first NCAA title for Cal on Friday, but defending champion Georgia stretched its lead in the team standings on the second day of the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships in Minneapolis.

Franklin shattered the 200-yard freestyle mark, finishing in 1 minute, 40.31 seconds. Franklin and teammates Rachel Acker, Caroline Piehl and Elizabeth Pelton also won the eighth and final event of the night -- the 800 freestyle relay.

Georgia had 369 points, followed by Stanford at 297 and Cal at 285 heading into the final day.

Stanford's Maya DiRado took part in her third title in two days when she won the 400 individual medley in 3:58.12. The Cardinal won the first three events of the night until Franklin ended the streak. Felicia Lee, Nicole Stafford, Katie Olsen and Maddy Schaefer took the 200 medley relay, and Lee won the 100 butterfly in 50.89 seconds.

  • Stanford senior Ryan Mango saw his career end, falling 3-1 to Minnesota's David Thorn in the consolation bracket of the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Oklahoma City. At 133 pounds, Mango gave up a takedown in the first period that ended up being the difference.

  • Vivian Kong became the fifth women's fencing NCAA champion in Stanford history when she beat teammate Francesca Bassa in the final of women's epee in Columbus, Ohio.


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  • The USC baseball team scored three times in the eighth inning and rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win 4-3 at Stanford (7-9, 0-1 Pac-12). Dante Flores' two-out RBI single provided the go-ahead run.

    Cal (10-10) managed just five hits in a 4-1 loss at Cal Poly. Bears starter Daulton Jefferies allowed two runs in 51/3 innings.

    Ryan Brockett pitched eight strong innings, leading Saint Mary's (9-12, 1-0 WCC) to a 5-3 win at Portland. DonAndre Clark, Collin Ferguson, Anthony Gonsolin and Ian McLoughlin each had two hits.

    DJ Zapata pitched a seven-hitter, but Santa Clara (9-12, 0-1 WCC) lost to Pepperdine 1-0. The Broncos had just four hits.

    San Jose State (6-17, 3-7 Mountain West) managed 11 hits but only one run in a 10-1 loss at New Mexico.

  • Cheyenne Cordes went 4 for 4 with a home run, and the Cal softball team (15-11) routed Grand Canyon 11-1 in five innings at the Santa Clara Marriott Round Robin. Also, the Broncos (4-17) lost to Princeton 6-1.

    Winter sports

    San Jose native Tim Jitloff won his second straight giant slalom race at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Squaw Valley. The Olympian, who learned to ski at Lake Tahoe, finished two runs in 2:22.45 -- 1.61 seconds ahead of Brennan Rubie. Sochi Games gold medalist Ted Ligety was in third after the first run but skied out on the second leg.

  • San Jose will host one of nine regional qualifiers in 2015, U.S. Figure Skating announced. It'll be Oct 3-6 at Sharks Ice San Jose. The top four men's and women's skaters will advance to one of three sectionals that serve as the qualifiers for the 2016 U.S. championships in St. Paul, Minn.

    Rugby

    San Jose's Todd Clever will lead the United States against Uruguay in Montevideo on Saturday -- the first leg of the home-and-home playoff that will determine who qualifies for next year's World Cup in England. Clever, who was named captain, will make his 55th appearance for the Eagles. The teams meet again March 28 in Kennesaw, Ga. Other locals starting for the Eagles will be Eric Fry, Baline Scully, Samu Manoa, Toby L'Estrange and Tim Maupin.

    Staff writer Elliott Almond and wire services contributed to the report.