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Houston won its first of two meets this weekend, getting two wins each from Heather Winn and Danielle Shedd.
Michigan’s winning 200 medley relay false started, giving Purdue an early advantage. Meanwhile, the Michigan men continued to dominate the Big Ten with another win.
Dara Torres, producer of perhaps the best comeback in American swimming, will talk with Brooke Bennett, who recently officialized her Rio 2016 comeback, and the best part – you’re invited to join them!
Brittany MacLean went back-to-back for the Bulldogs, winning the 1000 and taking second in the 200 free to set the tone early for Georgia.
Illinois had to go 1-2 in the final relay to force a tie with their future Big Ten rivals. Above are seniors Alyssa Toland, Courtney Pope, Erica Lynn, Jessica Holz, Anne Goering and Cara Chuang, couresty of Illini Swimming.
We’ve spent the last two weeks honoring the best and brightest of 2013. Here’s the final awards list.
Nearly half of LSU’s wins came from freshman, and SMU got a good first look at a freshman of their own in Ziga Cerkovnik’s NCAA debut.
Notre Dame swept 7 of 8 events at the short course meters competition, while Illinois won both relays and got a win from Lori Lynn.
Leonardo Coutinho was diagnosed with Leukemia just after Christmas, and his community responded with 400 blood donors in just 4 days.
The swimmer tested positive after listing 6 different supplements on his test form at the Brazilian Children’s Championships last November.
On day 3, Becca Mann is back with some video footage of USRPT in action, plus her thoughts on its viability as a training strategy.
George Mason won three out of the four weekly awards for the Atlantic-10 Conference.
Jennifer Alfani won swimmer of the week honors, while Sabrina Beaupre was named diver of the week.
After breaking three American records over the month of December, Cordes was honored with his fifth Pac-12 Swimmer of the Month award.