Six multiple event winners led Minnesota to wins at North Dakota.
Quest Swimming’s Phillip Meffert has announced his committed to the Spartans of Michigan State for 2016-17.
Purdue took down Big 10 challenger Iowa in West Lafayette yesterday, turning in several top ten ranked swims in the process.
Rivalry renewed: Kansas won the first dual meet contested between the Jayhawks and Nebraska since the Huskers left the Big 12 Conference in 2011.
OSU’s Dustin Tynes scored a 100 breaststroke win at home against Denison, where both the Buckeye men’s and women’s team scored duel meet victories.
The University of Connecticut men’s and women’s diving teams wrapped up its dual meet against UMass on Saturday with four first-place finishes.
Northwestern University will break ground on the next step in its new Lakefront Athletics and Recreation Complex on Northwestern’s Evanston campus at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13.
The Indiana Hoosiers head to Auburn coming off a successful quad meet against North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky last Friday.
Rebecca Corzine from O’Fallon, Illinois has chosen to stay in-state, giving her verbal commitment to the University of Illinois.
Indiana University associate head swimming coach Mike Westphal will be inducted into the Linfield College Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday, Nov. 7.
The University of Minnesota swimming and diving teams will face North Dakota this Saturday, Nov. 7 at 11:00 a.m. in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
The Fighting Illini Swimming and Diving Team will travel south to take on Florida International in a two-day meet.
Leah Smith’s 9:42.23 in the 1000 free gave her the fastest time in the nation so far this season, as the Cavaliers defeated Michigan and Penn State and rose to the top of the CSCAA’s second 2015-16 poll.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni and Michigan’s Dylan Bosch were named Big Ten Co-Swimmers of the Week.