Previews & Recaps
2015 Men’s Big Ten Championships: Bosch’s third title leads Wolverine men to 5th-straight conference championship
Dylan Bosch won his third individual event of the meet with a pool-record 200 fly performance to help Michigan win its 5th-straight Big Ten title.
Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky took right over where graduated NCAA champ Connor Jaeger left off in the Big Ten distance event. In fact, Wilimovsky wiped Jaeger’s name off a record board.
Ohio State’s Josh Fleagle won the 200 freestyle on Friday night at the Big Ten championships, and will look to add to his medal haul today in the 100 freestyle.
Iowa’s Grant Betulius is today’s top seed going into the men’s 100 backstroke on Day 3 of the 2015 Men’s B1G Championships, but Penn State’s Shane Ryan and Nate Savoy will be in hot pursuit.
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch capitalized on his 200 IM top seed as he led a pack of Wolverines into tonight’s B1G Finals where the Maize and Blue’s depth dominated.
Michigan’s Anders Nielsen helped the Wolverines to a fourth place finish in Friday’s 800 freestyle relay after finishing second in the individual 200.
Richard Funk is the top seed in the 200 breast, one of 7 Michigan Wolverines in A finals tonight as the team looks primed for its 5th-straight Big Ten title.
Dylan Bosch and the Michigan Wolverines will look to defend their Big Ten title on the final day of the Big Ten Championships
The Michigan men continue to soar in their quest for a fifth-straight Big Ten Conference title. On day 3, they expanded their lead to 81 after leading by 70 at the close of day 2.
Michigan may extend their lead a bit tonight after a strong morning, but Josh Fleagle and the Ohio State Buckeyes are looking to make things interesting