Coaches Ray Looze and Mike Bottom (above) preview the upcoming B1G Championships in Bloomington.
Indiana will host the 2019 Women’s Big Ten Championships, while Iowa will host the Men’s Big Ten Championships.
Red-hot Beata Nelson and Siobhan Haughey return as #1 seeds, while Lilly King is set to defend her national title.
Lilly King was a key member of Indiana’s record breaking 200 medley relay on night 1.
Shane Ryan will swim the 100 back prelims after blasting a 44.9 leading off the 400 medley relay last night.
Paul Powers returns for the Maize and Blue after breaking the B1G record in the 50 free last season.
Freshman Lilly King leads the charge for the upstart Hoosiers as they look to take down four-time defending champs Minnesota.
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Michigan may extend their lead a bit tonight after a strong morning, but Josh Fleagle and the Ohio State Buckeyes are looking to make things interesting
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.
Dylan Bosch and the Wolverines will are rolling. Michigan has the top seed in all three individual events tonight.
Justin Glanda and the Wolverines will look to win another Big Ten title in the 800 free relay on night one of the 2015 B1G Championships
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA record holder and defending champion in the 200 fly, will lead Michigan on another attempt at a B1G title
Ivy Martin lit up the pool on night two of the women’s 2015 Big Ten Championships, but she wasn’t the only highlight of the session.