All-Big Ten Teams Announced As Ohio State Claims 2022 Conference Title

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February 21st, 2022 Big Ten, College, News

Courtesy: Big Ten

ROSEMONT, Ill. – Ohio State claimed the 2022 Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin’s Soderholm Family Aquatic Center in Madison. The Buckeyes earned their third straight Big Ten Conference title and eighth overall.

Ohio State totaled 1,303 points through the four-day competition, followed by Michigan (1,185), Indiana (1,100), Wisconsin (1085) and Northwestern (919.5).

The Buckeyes won six events during the meet — the 200 medley relay (Emily Crane, Hannah Bach, Katherine Zenick, Teresa Ivan – 1:34.46), the 800 freestyle relay (Amy Fulmer, Paige Hall, Kristen Romano, Katherine Trace – 6:58.17), the 200-yard individual medley (Romano – 1:54.43), the 400 medley relay (Crane, Bach, Zenick, Fulmer – 3:26.35), the 200 freestyle (Fulmer – 1:43.73), and the 100-yard breaststroke (Hannah Bach – 57.61).

Ohio State Director of Swimming and Diving Bill Dorenkott earned his sixth Big Ten Championship, having claimed three prior titles as the head coach at Penn State.

Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil was named Swimmer of the Championships for the third straight season, Minnesota senior Sarah Bacon was tabbed as Diver of the Championships, and Indiana’s Anna Peplowski secured Freshman of the Year honors.

The complete 2022 All-Big Ten Teams and Sportsmanship Award honorees are listed below.

Swimmer of the Championships: Maggie MacNeil, Sr., Michigan
Diver of the Championship: Sarah Bacon, Sr., Minnesota
Freshman of the Year: Anna Peplowski, Indiana

First Team
Brearna Crawford, Indiana
Tarrin Gilliland, Indiana
Olivia Carter, Michigan
Lindsay Flynn, Michigan
Cheuk Kan, Michigan
Maggie MacNeil, Michigan
Claire Newman, Michigan
Sarah Bacon, Minnesota
Megan Van Berkom, Minnesota
Hannah Bach, Ohio State
Emily Crane, Ohio State
Amy Fulmer, Ohio State
Paige Hall, Ohio State
Teresa Ivan, Ohio State
Kristen Romano, Ohio State
Katherine Trace, Ohio State
Katherine Zenick, Ohio State
Phoebe Bacon, Wisconsin
Paige McKenna, Wisconsin

Second Team
Kristen Hayden, Indiana
Donika Kossakowska, Indiana
Mackenzie Looze, Indiana
Anna Peplowski, Indiana
Noelle Peplowski, Indiana
Ella Ristic, Indiana
Letitia Sim, Michigan
Joy Zhu, Minnesota
Lola Mull, Northwestern
Tara Vovk, Northwestern
Maycey Vieta, Purdue
Mackenzie McConagha, Wisconsin

Sportsmanship Award
Lauren Partridge, Illinois
Kayla Luarde, Indiana
Georgia Clark, Iowa
Victoria Kwan, Michigan
Emily Cook, Minnesota
Madesyn Ronquillio, Nebraska
Sophie Angus, Northwestern
Katie Trace, Ohio State
Madison Ledwith, Penn State
Elissa Haake, Purdue
Katie Dougherty, Rutgers
Holly Stoll, Wisconsin

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