Wolverine junior Richard Funk is swimming faster and faster at a time when most aren’t. It’s a unique place to be in January, but a place in which Funk and his Michigan teammates have thrived.
Michigan’s Richard Funk has been named the Big Ten Conference’s Male Swimmer of the Week for January 21st.
The Iowa Hawkeyes welcomed in a midwestern women’s quad meet on Saturday between themselves and the Indiana Hoosiers, the Illinois…
Connor Jaeger won the 500 free, and took the B-final in the 200 fly tonight to help Michigan pull away at the SMU Classic.
Virginia picks up 11 wins on Day 2, yet the Virginia Tech men get their first dual win against UVA since 1981.
Richard Funk put up the second-fastest 100 breast in the NCAA this season in helping Michigan build a 21-point lead over Florida on day 1.
The women of UVA and men of Virginia Tech take the reigns on day one.
Dylan Bosch was named Swimmer of the Week after swimming 7 different events in a two-day stretch for Michigan, winning 5 of them. Minnesota’s Daryl Turner won his fourth Freshman of the Week award.
Purdue had a share of all three conference awards after beating Michigan and Michigan State on consecutive nights to remain undefeated.
University of Iowa diving coach Todd Waikel and the Hawkeye diving program have been selected as a USA Diving “Center of Excellence” for 2014, USA Diving announced Wednesday.
The University of Iowa women’s swimming and diving team hosts Illinois, Indiana and Missouri in a quad meet on Jan. 18. The meet will take place inside the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center beginning at 11 a.m. (CT).
Instead of granting waivers to allow certain transferring athletes to compete immediately for a new school, the new policy would have those athletes sit out a season in exchange for a full-year extension to their eligibility window.
The No. 23 University of Iowa men’s swimming and diving team hosts No.16 Indiana and No. 7 Missouri in a double dual on Jan. 18. The meet is slated to begin at 11 a.m. (CT) inside the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
Lyam Dias was a triple winner for the Boilermakers.
Minnesota’s #10 women and #20 men won big in the midst of their combined training trip, while unranked Hawaii finished its last tune-up meet before its conference championships.