There are only a handful of scratches heading into tonight’s Winter Nationals finals, and none out of an “A” final. Michigan’s Bruno Ortiz (pictured) is out of the 100 fly along with SwimMAC Olympian Cullen Jones.
The Michigan were on fire this weekend, winning the high-profile Quad meet even though perhaps the best Wolverine swim didn’t even garner them any points.
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA and U.S. Open record holder in the 200 butterfly, will look to lead the Michigan Wolverines back up the NCAA podium
Bruno Ortiz led the Michigan men to a lead over Iowa after a day’s worth of relays, though Iowa’s divers kept them in the hunt,
The Japan Open will kick off this Thursday in Tatsumi, Japan, and the home country has shown up in full-force, according to the start lists, which include Olympic bronze medalist Kosuke Hagino.
Spain will bring 24 swimmers to Berlin in August for the European Championships.
Mireia Belmonte Garcia turned in the number one time in the world in the women’s 1500m freestyle, cracking 16:00 in the 1500m freestyle
USC’s Cristian Quintero is one of a bunch of men in hot pursuit of the 200 free title – Quintero cruised to a prelims heat win after taking the 500 free last night.
Jack Conger is a man of many talents. What will he do for the Longhorns this weekend?
With the way he’s dominated the breaststroke events over the past few years, Kevin Cordes has to be the clear favorite to repeat in the 100 breast this week in Austin.
Michael Wynalda broke the Big Ten record in the 200 free and is knocking on the door of the second 1:31 in the NCAA this season.
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.
Connor Jaeger won the 500 free, and took the B-final in the 200 fly tonight to help Michigan pull away at the SMU Classic.
The Northwestern men’s and women’s teams hosted a combined meet in Evanston with Michigan and Notre Dame playing part on…
Bruno Ortiz won Swimmer of the Week from Florida, while Layne Johnson was awarded Diver of the Week for his work in Hawaii.