Previews & Recaps
Watch the race video of Indiana freshman Lilly King bringing home the 200 breaststroke win in a new conference record.
Winning 3 individual titles, Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey was one of the Wolverines’ big difference makers at this year’s Women’s Big Ten Championships.
The Wolverine women earned their 15th Big Ten Championship title tonight, their first since 2004.
Distance ace Gillian Ryan may prove to be Michigan’s x factor in beating Indiana, as the two teams are neck and neck headed into the final session tonight in Ann Arbor.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey has already claimed two individual Big Ten titles so far and will go after the 100 freestyle during today’s prelims.
Watch below as Indiana freshman breaststroker Lilly King swims the 4th-fastest 100 yard breaststroke in history. King who is also the…
Lilly King shattered the B1G record in the 100 breast in the 4th fastest swim of all-time.
Indiana freshman Lilly King split 25.92 on the 200 medley relay on day 1 of the 2016 Big Ten Championships, a time believed to be the third-best 50 breast split of all-time.
The Big Ten Championships will proceed as planned.
According to an anonymous athlete participating in the meet, no teams are allowed at the pool today, so the meet will be delayed until at least tomorrow.