Former Stanford star Eugene Godsoe helped the United States win a tiebreaker and preserve its perfect record in the Duel In The Pool on Saturday in Glasgow, Scotland.
Tied at 131-131 after the scheduled events, the Americans needed a world-record 1 minute, 37.17 seconds to out-touch the European All-Stars by 0.2 seconds in the 200-meter mixed medley relay.
Former Cal stars Tom Shields and Anthony Ervin, Jimmy Feigen and Cullen Jones forced a tiebreaker with a win in the men's 400 freestyle relay.
Godsoe, Kevin Cordes, Claire Donahue and Simone Manuel then delivered the U.S. its sixth straight victory in the event by capturing the tiebreaker.
Godsoe also won the men's 100 backstroke, and Shields took the 200 butterfly.
"That was really cool to watch Eugene, Kevin, Claire and Simone just pull it out at the end," Shields said.
Freedom-Oakley running back prospect Joe Mixon announced his top three teams via Twitter, and Cal wasn't on the list.
"Top 3:Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Ucla! 3 Hats on Table at Army Game!" he tweeted.
Mixon has said he plans to announce his decision at the Army All-American Game on Jan. 4 in San Antonio. On Dec. 3, he said Cal was one of his top four teams, but it didn't make the latest cut. Letter of intent day is Feb. 5.
Favored Swiss Lake Yodeler won the $200,250 Soviet Problem Stakes by 1¼ lengths at Hollywood Park, the next-to-last day of racing at the 75-year-old track. Bay Area-based trainer Jerry Hollendorfer earned his seventh stakes win of the autumn meet.
Staff writer Phil Jensen contributed to this report.