The Indiana scoreboard was flashing a week ago, but alas, FINA has nullified the hopeful records.
Reagan Cook is the latest swimmer to verbally commit to Indiana University.
The Volunteers and Hoosiers both picked up Indiana Natives with verbal commitments.
McHugh, a YMCA National Champion, has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Blake Pieroni has decided to stay in the Hooiser State and swim for Indiana University.
Brooke Lorentzen, an open water star, has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Emily Kopas is following in her family’s maize-and-blue footsteps.
Indiana has had a very busy week in Swimming News and they add another commitment with Canada’s Kennedy Goss.
Hannah Moore of the TAC Titans has hopped on the suddenly-crowded recruiting train to Ann Arbor.
Elite backstroker, wide-ranging freestyles, and probable future IM’er Clara Smiddy from the AK Sharks in Florida has verbally committed to…
78-Year old Michigan diving legend Dick Kimball rides a bike off of the 10-meter platform. (Video Courtesy: Michigan Athletics)
The second annual Michigan Water Carnival wrapped up this afternoon, featuring a number of non-traditional swimming, diving, and water polo events. The Carnival ended with two new SCM Mixed Relay World Records.
The Michigan Men and Women defeated the Iowa men and women in the first Big Ten dual meet of the season in Ann Arbor.
Two more swimmers have made public their verbals to Ohio State, including a 54-mid 100 butterflier.
The YMCA National Champion and 100 backstroke record holder, Marie Chamberlain, verbally commits to Indiana.