2015 NCAA B1G Roundup: IU Freshman Kennedy Goss and the 200 Free Final

2015 NCAA B1G Roundup: IU Freshman Kennedy Goss and the 200 Free Final


  • Thursday, March 19 – Saturday, March 21
  • Greensboro Aquatic Center – Greensboro, NC
  • Prelims 11AM/Finals 7PM (Eastern Time)
  • Defending Champion: Georgia (2x) – results
  • NCAA Championship Central
  • Live stream: ESPN 3
  • Live results

Kennedy Goss – a Canadian native and freshman at IU – has an amazing season in terms of her 200 free. Goss started the season in October swimming nearly a 1:49 then dropped down to a 1:44.15 at B1G Championships. Goss shaved some more time off of that, though to swim a 1:43.37 and take fifth at NCAA Championships tonight.

For the 500 free, Goss swam a 4:37 at B1G Championships but didn’t have a great swim yesterday at NCAAs – swimming a 4:39 in prelims then 4:40 in finals.

Big Hits:

  • Wisconsin 15th in the 200 medley relay
  • Brooke Zeiger (Minnesota) took sixth in the 4-IM
  • PSU junior Alyson Ackman placed second in the 200 free B final
  • Kierra Smith (Minnesota) finished seventh in the 100 breast.
  • Yu Zhou (Minnesota) wins the 3 meter diving

Team Standings:Screen Shot 2015-03-20 at 10.31.51 PM

  • 11. Indiana
  • 13. Minnesota
  • 15. Wisconsin
  • 17. Penn State
  • 26. Purdue
  • 32. Michigan
  • 36. Ohio State
  • 37. Iowa


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Only Worrell had a faster 50 fly split than Ivy Martin on that Medley relay. Look for Ivy to come back strong in the 100 free tomorrow.

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Kennedy Goss isn’t an Indiana native… She’s a Canadian! She’s never swam short course yards before, but her first season ever in a yards pool has been quite the success!

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Oliver Goodman

Oliver Goodman hails from a row home in central Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - just one block east of the Schuylkill River. Along with his two sisters, Rachel and Molly, Oliver grew up tormenting his parents with pranks, booby-traps, and most notably, bringing home almost every puppy he and his siblings could find. Oliver started swimming his freshman …

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