With the four triumphs, head coach Rick Kobe amassed his 498th career win, leaving him two victories short of becoming the third coach in NCAA history to win 500 dual meets.
In his first meet back, Chase Kalisz won three events for the Bulldogs.
Indiana hands Purdue their first dual meet loss of the season.
Tanja Kylliainen was all over the in-state rival Wildcats, winning the 200 fly, 200 back and 200 IM. Joao de Lucca, Kameron Chastain and Kelsi Worrell all won two events apiece for the Cardinals.
The Golden Gopher men and women combined for 9 straight wins to close the meet in dominating fashion over a fired-up NC State squad that put up huge performances on the road.
The Stanford men would have swept the meet but for a relay DQ, and the women got double wins from Felicia Lee and Stephanie Phipps while only giving up a pair of wins to ASU’s Tristin Baxter.
The Virginia women were victorious while the Tar Heel men came back to win at home.
In a meet that was decided by fractions of a second, the Northwestern men triumphed against the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes…
Following an ACC dual meet Friday evening against nationally-ranked Virginia, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team returned to the pool in strong form Saturday afternoon, defeating the Richmond women by a score of 160-131.
Cal was nothing short of dominant at home, winning 206-92 on the men’s side and 190-109 for the women. Missy Franklin and Ryan Murphy each won four races, putting up huge relay splits along the way.
Florida beat Auburn at home on senior day for a number of big-name Gators. Check out interviews with Elizabeth Beisel, Marcin Cieslak and Bradley deBorde as well as coach Gregg Troy, plus the official Florida Senior Day video.
The Gators certainly justified their high rankings, with the men sweeping the top two spots in the first four straight individual races and the women got three wins from Elizabeth Beisel.
Kiera Janzen had a big 200 free win for the Lady Gophers while the Wolfpack men put up multiple season-bests on the way to a one-point day one lead.
For the 4 seniors in Washington State’s graduating class, Friday’s battle with the Oregon State Beavers was the last home…
“We hadn’t been home for a while, and they came together and swam tough right from the beginning,” said head swim coach Sean Schimmel. “They stayed sharp all the way through it. We had some great diving going on as well. A couple girls qualified for zones, which we hadn’t had before. I think for right now on Jan. 25 we’re in a really good spot.”