Michigan fell to Ohio State in a dual meet on Friday night, where the Buckeyes won an eye-popping 13 of 16 events, including both relays in dominant wins.
The Michigan men and women swept the team titles over Missouri and Purdue, with a few NCAA-leading times, including from Jack Dahlgren, going on the board.
Despite missing many of its top athletes, the University of Michigan comfortably beat in-state mid-major neighbors Oakland University in their duel Saturday.
18-year-old Matt Fallon broke the 17-18 National Age Group tonight to win the 200 breast semifinal. Nic Fink (above) took second place overall from heat one
We came within a tenth of a second of seeing it take a sub-49 to make semi-finals of the men’s 100 free, as Dean Farris took 16th in prelims with that time.
Farris has opted to race the 100 fly, where he’s ranked 17th, over the 200 free where he was coming in as the #1 seed.
The Michigan men successfully defended their Big Ten team title, earning their 42nd title in program history, the most in Big Ten history.
After scoring prelims and 1650 FR seeds, Michigan will have just ONE point over Indiana on paper, leaving it to the 400 FR relay to decide the 2021 champion.
Indiana is now projected to jump Michigan by 8.5 pts with their 1-2 prelims seeds in the 100 BK and 1-2-3 seeds in the 200 FL, led by Brendan Burns (1:40.36).
The Michigan Wolverines hosted the Michigan State Spartans for a men’s dual on Friday, in what was potentially the final dual meet between the two programs.
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Kate Hazlett took the women’s 100 fly in 1:02.63, beating out Nell Chidley (1:02.92) by .29 seconds.
Kate Hazlett, a 17 year old from Greenwich YMCA Dolphins, was a double event winner, taking the women’s 200 back and 50 free.
Bora Unalmis of Blue Tide Aquatics and Kingwood High School has verbally committed to the University of Michigan’s class of 2022.