Minnesota’s Becca Weiland will look to defend her 100 fly title, but it won’t be an easy go for her with Gia Dalesandro and Mckenzie Powers swimming well in prelims.
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Indiana needs a second-straight big performance from their backstrokers, led by Brooklynn Snodgrass, to keep pace with Minnesota on Friday.
Lindsay Vrooman defended her 500 free title with a giant final 100, but her Hoosiers trail Minnesota by over 47 after two days.
Kiera Janzen of Minnesota is the #2 overall seed in the 500 free heading into tonight.
Duke senior breaststroker Christine Wixted will have more than individual events to swim at this year’s NCAA Championships, as the Blue Devils have qualified their first ever women’s relay for the meet.
Brooklyn Snodgrass posted a quick leadoff leg en route to the Hoosiers’ win in the 200 medley relay.
Indiana University head swimming coach Ray Looze previews the Hoosiers’ trip to the 2014 Big Ten Championships in Minneapolis, Minn.
Morgan Priestley seems to have most of the answers swim fans are looking for when it comes to championship season. This week Garrett and Morgan look at the AAC, ACC, BIG 10, and SEC.
Follow along with all the conference championship action with this roundup of the big conference championships going on across the country over the next month.
Minnesota will look to three-peat this weekend at the 2014 Big Ten Championships. Kiera Janzen is key for the Gophers, and will take part in one of the more anticipated races of the weekend, the 500 freestyle.
The Michigan men’s swimming and diving program will host a daylong Twitter Q&A with notable alumni, coaches and swimmers including Peter Vanderkaay, Connor Jaeger, Mike Bottom and Tyler Clary on Monday, February 17th.
Indiana sophomore Haley Lips has dropped the 200 fly from her Big Ten schedule, and will instead swim the 1650 free on the meet’s final day.
Former Indiana swimmer Austin Saunders, after a year off of college swimming, will transfer to Queens University.