Michigan is comfortably in the lead turning into the final day of competition. Connor Jaeger will swim his final B1G race tonight in the finals of the 1650 freestyle.
Kyle Whitaker dropped another four tenths off his 400 IM for another Big Ten title. Meanwhile Ohio State and Penn State tied in a crazy 200 free relay that saw 4 teams go down to the wire.
Ohio State’s Tim Phillips has been fast at this week’s Big Ten Championships, despite recovering from a torn muscle suffered just two weeks ago.
Michael Wynalda broke the Big Ten record in the 200 free and is knocking on the door of the second 1:31 in the NCAA this season.
Indiana head coach Ray Looze and diving coach Drew Johansen recap day 2 at the Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships. Check out their takes on the Hoosiers performances in the video above, courtesty of IU Athletics.
Michigan’s Kyle Whitaker won the 200 IM after taking down the conference record in prelims and setting himself up as a major threat at the NCAA Championships with a pair of 1:41-lows.
Michigan leads the field going into tonight with a total of 10 swimmers in the A final.
Michigan’s Michael Wynalda had one of the all-time great yards relay splits to begin the 2014 Big Ten Championships, en route to the fastest ever 800 yard free relay.
Michigan hit things hard in front of their home crowd at the Big Ten Championships, crushing the NCAA, Big Ten and US Open records in the 800 free relay with a blazing 6:09.85.
Garrett McCaffrey and Morgan Priestley look forward to the 2nd batch of D1 conference championships.
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The Michigan Wolverines, last year’s national champions, will be hard to beat at this year’s Big Ten Championships.
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Ohio State University senior Tim Phillips entered college as one of the most highly sought after recruits in the Class of…
With numbers courtesy of USA Swimming Stats on Twitter, we’ve put together some charts ranking the top-end depth of each of the major women’s conference to compete last weekend.