Representatives and student-athletes from schools in the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will meet this weekend to discuss and vote on proposals that could change the landscape of college athletics.
Freshman Brooke Zeiger continued to build her impressive resume, winning three races against Hawaii.
Wisconsin’s Matt Hutchins was named Men’s Swimmer of the Week, while Purdue’s Steele Johnson swept both the Diver of the Week and Freshman of the Week awards.
Meanwhile Purdue’s Mary Beth Dunnichay won her third Diver of the Week award of the season.
The Wisconsin Badgers will host the Indiana Hoosiers and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in one of the best matchups of the weekend.
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The Scarlet Knights were led by the tough trio of Joanna Wu, Greta Leberfinger and Morgan Pfaff, who combined for 8 total wins on the day.
In a thrilling double dual meet, three Midwestern universities met in Ann Arbor for fast swims and intense competition. Michigan was victorious across the board in the women’s and men’s double duals against Notre Dame and Northwestern
Nicholas Caldwell and the Wisconsin men downed the USC Trojans by one point Friday.
Olympic Trials finalist and former Florida Gator Danielle Valley has transferred to Wisconsin and will compete Friday against USC, the Wisconsin Swim & Diving program told SwimSwam today.
The freshman would currently crack the top 10 in the Big Ten with his 200 free time (1:35.90) from Winter Nationals.
Michigan State University trails Purdue 8-26 on both the men’s and women’s sides after night one of their dual.
A pair of Michigan Wolverines combined to sweep the Big Ten’s weekly awards on the women’s side after the Lady Wolverines topped the Orange Bowl Classic in the Florida Keys.
The Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday knocked-out their requisite training trip competition at the 2015 St. Pete’s Classic in St. Petersburg,…
John Murray and the Texas Longhorns are rolling. Spoiler alert: they’re still #1.