The freestyler’s made a statement in South Bend on Saturday with 6 new national top times for the season.
In the second stop of the Hoosiers California trip, they fall again to the Stanford Cardinal. (Photo Credit: Dean Ottati)
The Florida Gators, including Marcin Cieslak, swam some primary events and some secondary events, but all-around looked very good in the revival of their series with Minnesota.
The Northwestern Wildcats, for the second straight year, are scoring on sprinters in recruiting.
“There were so many fun events, some swimmers swam off-events,” said UI head coach Marc Long. “The seniors did the lineups, we had a lot of fun with it.”
The Minnesota women defeated the Michigan women at home to improve to 2-0 on the season.
The Ohio State University starts off their season 1-0 while on the road across the border to University of Kentucky (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
Cal freshman Ryan Murphy swept the backstroke events in impressive times.
Brooke Zeiger of the Bluefish Swim Club has verbally committed to Minnesota.
The Wisconsin coaching staff is starting to expand their recruiting targets outside of their more recently-successful specialties.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are having a great run at recruiting within the Class of 2014. (Photo Credit: Makena Lynch)
Cody Taylor has verbally committed to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Indiana head coach Ray Looze ended up getting his World Records, afterall.
The University of Iowa men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams make their first home appearance of the season with the annual intrasquad meet Friday in Iowa City, Iowa.
Looze has many returning stars, including junior Steve Schmuhl (featured image), who placed 5th in the 400 IM at the 2013 NCAA Championships. Most recently he and Cody Miller were named to the USA Swimming National Team for 2013-14.