South African native Dylan Bosch is ditching the 400 IM for the 100 fly in an interesting move.
Dylan Bosch four-peated as Big Ten Champion in the 200 butterfly. Watch it happen in this race video, courtesy of the University of Michigan.
2016 BIG TEN MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Boilermaker Aquatic Center, West Lafayette, IN (Eastern Time…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch is the top seed in the 200 fly, chasing a four-peat of Big Ten titles in the event to close his stellar career at the conference level.
The Indiana Hoosiers hold top seeds in 3 of 5 events out of prelims on day 3 as they try to run down Michigan for the team title.
The Michigan men continue to dominate the men’s Big Ten, earning 23 scoring swims over 5 events on Friday morning.
Tanner Kurz led a big morning for Indiana, taking the top seed with a blistering 52.07 in the 100 breast.
The Michigan Wolverines carried away wins tonight in the 500 freestyle, 200 IM and 50 freestyle, but Indiana sneaked in the 400 medley relay win.
Competition at the 2016 men’s Big Ten championships kicks off tonight at Purdue University with the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay. The Michigan men will look to defend their streak of wins in the Big Ten.
Three B1G crowns for senior Dylan Bosch? Perhaps. Regardless, Michigan will be dominant once more in the Big Ten conference.
The Michigan teams each grabbed dual wins against in-state rival Michigan State yesterday. The men used the meet to cap off their undefeated regular season.
This video documentary explores the day to day experience of training on a leading NCAA team while chasing an Olympic dream.
Big Ten swimmer of the week went to Michigan’s Dylan Bosch after he won the 100 fly (48.04) and 200 fly (1:44.91) against Duke, Georgia Tech, and Indiana in a quad meet.
University of Michigan men and women defeat Georgia Tech, Duke and Indiana.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni and Michigan’s Dylan Bosch were named Big Ten Co-Swimmers of the Week.