A group of Gophers spent the weekend competing at the 2015 TYR Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions in Mission Viejo, California.
Both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams earned Scholar All-American Team status by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) after maintaining team GPAs higher than 3.00.
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The University of Minnesota men’s swimmers & divers spoke about the upcoming NCAA Championship meet before departing for Iowa City.
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA record holder and defending champion in the 200 fly, will lead Michigan on another attempt at a B1G title
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Kierra Smith was untouchable in the 200 breast as the Gopher men and women held their leads in this B1G clash.
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Kierra Smith was a double winner for the Minnesota women, who hold big leads over Purdue and Northwestern.
Freshman Brooke Zeiger continued to build her impressive resume, winning three races against Hawaii.
Senior Becca Weiland won two big races against Florida All-American Natalie Hinds to propel the Gophers to a dominating win over Florida.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers won home meet against the Iowa Hawkeyes Friday night, getting double distance free wins from Kiera Janzen and CJ Smith
Kierra Smith and CJ Smith (pictured) each won two events and put up a NCAA-leading time apiece to help Minnesota triumph in its season opener.
After a big week for the Minnesota women, the Gopher men are now in on recruiting with a verbal from fast-rising California IMer/freestyler Michael Messner.
Kiera Janzen had a big 200 free win for the Lady Gophers while the Wolfpack men put up multiple season-bests on the way to a one-point day one lead.
Minnesota’s #10 women and #20 men won big in the midst of their combined training trip, while unranked Hawaii finished its last tune-up meet before its conference championships.