Watch as Minnesota head coach Kelly Kremer and team stars talk about the 2017 Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships.
Breaststroker Kierra Smith and butterflier Danielle Nack each swept their stroke disciplines and set set new pool records.
With 3 wins, Melanie Margalis was the female High Point Award winner in spite of not swimming in the last session of the meet.
The Indiana men dominated the relays on night 1, with their A and B teams both medaling in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
Big Ten medalist Danielle Nack won 3 events throughout the weekend, including a sweep of the butterfly races.
Full Day 1 Results The Golden Gophers set a number of in-season and lifetime bests on the first day of…
The Minnesota women handed Iowa a loss similar to that of the men’s meet Friday night in Minneapolis, taking the Hawkeyes 186-114.
The Big 10 match up between Minnesota and Wisconsin proved to be a competitive dual, with the rivals splitting between their men’s and women’s teams.
Horn is already fast enough to have scored in the C-final of the 100 free at last season’s Big Ten Championships, so she’ll have an immediate scoring impact for the Gophers.
Interview Courtesy Minnesota Gophers The Minnesota Golden Gophers sit in 3rd place after 3 days of the 2016 Big Ten…
The Michigan Wolverines are on top of the Big Ten through day 2 of the Women’s Championships, but Indiana’s Lilly King and Ohio State’s Liz Li may have something to say about that during today’s events.
Michigan returns all 8 legs of their night 1 relays from a year ago and host the 2016 Big Ten Championships.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers broke 13 pool records, including 6 from senior Lauren Votava, to sweep a two-day triangular with Denver and Brigham Young in Denver.
Celebrating her 20th birthday under the Hawaiian sun, sophomore Brooke Zeiger won a pair of individual events to help the Gopher women triumph 157-79. The Minnesota men won 146-82.
Lauren Votava was one of seven double event winners in #17 Minnesota’s win over Iowa.