After an exciting night of relays, let’s get into some individual racing!
This is week 1 of major NCAA DI Conference championships, and we are taking you through every day of racing with our picks for the top swims
Leading off Michigan’s 200 medley relay MacNeil unleashed a 23.05, taking down the previous best swim ever, a 23.36 from Cal alumna Rachel Bootsma.
Last year, Indiana drew first blood with a win in the 200 medley relay, where they swam a 1:34.71 to win the event for a second year in a row.
Iowa junior Kelsey Drake crushed the Iowa school record in the 200 fly during a time trial on Wednesday evening at the Big Ten Championships.
Michigan’s Miranda Tucker has chosen the 50 free over the 200 IM on Wednesday at the 2020 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
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Sim finished second in the 100 breast, third in the 200 breast and fifth in the 100 fly at the 2019 Winter Junior Champs – East.
We compile predictions for week 1 of conference swimming action: voter picks from our polls, Swimulator projections, and our official SwimSwam picks.
Ohio State’s Becca Luft took a sweep of the sprints. In the 100 free, she took down her lifetime best for the first time since 2014.
After making a huge drop in the 100 back with Michigan’s tenth fastest time ever on Saturday, Nadav Aaronson powered to another big drop.
Akron’s Paulina Nogaj put up a highlight swim on day 2. Nogaj swam to a 52.54 in the 100 fly, just 3 tenths shy of her lifetime best.
That’s just a second away from what it took to make 2019 NCAAs and would have placed 6th at last season’s Big Ten Championships.
Aaronson swam the 10th fastest time ever by a Michigan man in the 100 back, coming within hundredths of his lifetime best in the 100 free.
Notre Dame freshman Liam Hutchinson made a big drop in the 500 free. His 4:19.11 was his first sub-4:20 swim and a best by about 5 seconds.