I always dreamed about going Division I. I’m pretty sure it’s every 13-year-old boy’s dream of whatever sport they play. Unfortunately life happens, you don’t have enough talent, or you just didn’t work hard enough, etc.… After an awesome senior year I decided to take my swim career to SUNY Geneseo and follow both my brothers’ footsteps into Division III.
Multi-All American in her Stanford days, Felicia Lee is expected to compete this weekend in Indianapolis as a Masters swimmer.
All-American Lindsey Clary was among the seniors taking individual wins on the women’s side.
Virginia freshman Zach Fong may have done what it takes for his family to see him swim the 200 fly at NCAAs, clocking the 26th fastest time in the event at yesterday’s last chance meet at Ohio State.
The Michigan men lead the Big Ten Championships after just one day, but Wisconsin’s Matthew Hutchins and Ohio State’s Ching Lim carry top seeds into this morning’s prelims.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles hosted B1G powerhouse Ohio State today, taking a 203.5-96.5 loss for the men and a 175-113 loss for the women.
OSU’s Dustin Tynes scored a 100 breaststroke win at home against Denison, where both the Buckeye men’s and women’s team scored duel meet victories.
Highlighting things was a lifetime-best 8:39.13 win by rising junior Lindsey Clary in the 800 meter free.
Denison freshman Stuart Hohm was the only double-winner for the Big Red, as he took the 200 and 500 free against OSU.
Awards galore at the USAS Convention. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The Buckeyes graduated several senior sprinters, but looking beyond those relay losses, the Buckeyes come back in pretty healthy shape next season: they bring back 17 point scorers from the 2013 Big Ten Championships. The large freshman class of freestylers should help to fill the gaps left behind by last years seniors. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)