Previews & Recaps
Dylan Bosch four-peated as Big Ten Champion in the 200 butterfly. Watch it happen in this race video, courtesy of the University of Michigan.
2016 BIG TEN MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Boilermaker Aquatic Center, West Lafayette, IN (Eastern Time…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch is the top seed in the 200 fly, chasing a four-peat of Big Ten titles in the event to close his stellar career at the conference level.
The Indiana Hoosiers hold top seeds in 3 of 5 events out of prelims on day 3 as they try to run down Michigan for the team title.
Tanner Kurz led a big morning for Indiana, taking the top seed with a blistering 52.07 in the 100 breast.
Indiana freshman Ian Finnerty, who had never broken 53 seconds in his 100 breast prior to college, found himself touching first…
BIG TEN – MEN Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Boilermaker Aquatic Center, West Lafayette, IN (Eastern Time Zone)…
Thanks to Rebecca Eckblad for sharing the moment. As teams were preparing for finals on the 2nd night of the…
Indiana leads all Big Ten teams with 9 A finalists heading into the final night of action at the 2016 Big Ten Championships.
What does Michigan stud sophomore Paul Powers have in store for the field in the 100 free after his 18.85 50 free two days ago?
The Michigan men continue to dominate the men’s Big Ten, earning 23 scoring swims over 5 events on Friday morning.
Sophomore Paul Powers demolished his personal best from this morning (19.03) and crushed a new Big Ten Conference record time of 18.85 to take the win tonight.
Three B1G crowns for senior Dylan Bosch? Perhaps. Regardless, Michigan will be dominant once more in the Big Ten conference.