Big Ten runner-up and NCAA scorer Cody Taylor has been removed from the Indiana Hoosier roster page after competing with the team in the fall and winter.
Taylor, a junior with IU, competed for the Hoosiers at multiple meets last fall, including the triple dual with Texas and Florida, the USA College Challenge and U.S. Winter Nationals. But he no longer appears on the roster on the team’s official website, IUHoosiers.com. When reached for more information, the team declined to comment on Taylor’s removal from the roster, citing privacy issues.
Taylor was a breakout breaststroker for the Hoosiers last year. He finished second at the Big Ten Championships in the 200 breaststroke, going 1:52.70 and coming within three one-hundredths of a second of the conference title. He was also 5th in the conference in the 100 breast (53.00), and went on to score national points with a 14th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Taylor had already been 1:58.21 in the 200 breast and 54.81 in the 100 breast this season. He did not compete in the team’s wins over Big Ten conference rivals Michigan or Purdue earlier this month.