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.
University of Michigan fans absolutely have something to cheer about, as their team won 3 out of 4 swimming events on Day 2 of the Men’s B1G Championships.
The Big Ten has always been ripe with distance talent, and with the absence of the University of Michigan’s Connor Jaeger due…
Dylan Bosch broke an 18-year-old pool record set by Olympic great Tom Malchow.
890 people crowded into the Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday to watch the Wolverines take on the…
The women’s programs each ended with one win and one loss, while the Michigan men swept all opponents.
Jaeger wins the 400 free at the Charlotte Grand Prix and discusses his desire to be a yogi.
Denmark’s Rikke Moeller-Pedersen will lead a team of 15 (probably 16) to the 2014 European Championships.
Michigan broke the NCAA record in this event at Big Tens, and while a second record-breaking swim is unlikely, the Wolverines hope this event can power them to a repeat NCAA team title.
This season has seen the 200 free stakes continually raised, and Michigan managed to top all of it with their record-setting 800 free relay that was the fastest ever on American soil.
Michigan’s Michael Wynalda had one of the all-time great yards relay splits to begin the 2014 Big Ten Championships, en route to the fastest ever 800 yard free relay.
Michigan hit things hard in front of their home crowd at the Big Ten Championships, crushing the NCAA, Big Ten and US Open records in the 800 free relay with a blazing 6:09.85.
The Northwestern men’s and women’s teams hosted a combined meet in Evanston with Michigan and Notre Dame playing part on…
Michigan’s winning 200 medley relay false started, giving Purdue an early advantage. Meanwhile, the Michigan men continued to dominate the Big Ten with another win.
The Michigan women swept all 12 races at the short course meters event, including two wins and a meet record from Marni Oldershaw.