Indiana won the men’s Big Ten title last year by 93 points over Ohio State. Defending champion Michigan came in third, 350 points behind Ohio State.
Michigan hosted Wisconsin and Pitt for a men’s and women’s double dual meet on Saturday.
It was the first time the Ohio State men have beat Michigan on the road since 1951 and the first time the Buckeye women have ever won in Ann Arbor.
We’ve some fast swimming in Knoxville this week, and should be in store for more this evening in the meet’s final session.
The second day of the 2022 Tennessee Invite has arrived. This morning, prelims the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, and 100 back will take place.
If you feel the need for speed, keep an eye on the results here tonight, as several of the top sprinters in the nation will be going head to head.
In the men’s 100 back, Davis dipped under 47 seconds for the first time this season, speeding to victory in 46.91.
Michigan hosted Big Ten opponent Purdue for a men’s dual meet on Friday afternoon at Canham Natatorium, emerging victorious in a 184.5-113.5 decision.
After a flawless start to the season, Josh Liendo and the Florida Gators have overtaken Texas and now hold the #2 spot in our October Men’s Power Rankings.
Last season we saw the most men break 19 seconds ever, with 16 swimmers going 18-point in the 50 free during the 2021-22 campaign.
USC’s Isabelle Odgers (pictured) was the top points scorer on the women’s side of the meet, racking up a total of 52 individual points.
Foster’s time is faster than the automatic qualifying standard of 3:39.16 for NCAAs, making Foster the first swimmer to hit such a cut in the 2022-23 season.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer went a 24.86 in a swim-off, and Bence Szabados of Michigan came away with the 50 free win after another tie during the swim-off.
The first day of the meet was electric, seeing Club Wolverine 17-year-old and Michigan recruit Hannah Bellard get the ball rolling.
Club Wolverine is hosting the Eric Namesnik Memorial Open this weekend in Ann Arbor.