Dylan Bosch posted two NCAA-leading times as the Michigan men lead against both Penn State and Virginia after the first day of this weekend’s meet.
Heading into his senior year, Dylan Bosch will look to regain his national title in the 200 yard butterfly after finishing 3rd last season.
The 2015 Long Course Speedo Sectionals in Athens, Georgia kicked off Thursday, featuring some of the top athletes from SwimMAC Elite and Club Wolverine. Elite swimmers from around the globe added prestige to the meet, putting up some fast times during day one prelims.
Last year, Jack Conger was faster than the NCAA Record at the Big 12 Championships, but a loophole in the rules kept him from actually being awarded the honor.
Michael Phelps won his first event of the season at the final Arena Pro Swim Series meet of the year.
The highest scratch of the day comes from Thiago Pereira in the 200 breaststroke. He posted the fastest time of the…
University of Michigan junior Dylan Bosch has been named Michigan Male College Athlete of the Year by the Detroit Athletic…
Unable to get a visa to travel to Canada for the Canadian World Championship Trials (which allow international participants), Dylan Bosch…
Though he wasn’t able to defend his 200 fly national title, Michigan junior Dylan Bosch was named the conference’s Swimmer of the Year, and his coach Mike Bottom earned swimming Coach of the Year honors.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy took down Ryan Lochte’s American record in the 200 backstroke to highlight a dramatic conclusion to the men’s NCAA Championships.
The NCAA record holder and American record holder are set to face off in the 200 butterfly.
With the 200 fly hype all about Texas’s duo of Jack Conger and Joe Schooling, defending champ Dylan Bosch of Michigan came out swinging in prelims, qualifying first in the event on a big morning for the Wolverines.
Swimming Canada Releases Psych Sheets For Trials; Almost 200 Foreign Entries Made Of Mostly American College Swimmers
Swimming Canada released the psych sheet for the 2015 Canadian Swimming Trials which will be the selection meet for the Canadian World Championship team, Pan Am team, and World University Games team.
Alabama is a bit of a surprise as the #1 incoming seed, but put together four really solid legs on this relay. They’ll have to fight off defending champs Cal and a host of other schools to stay on top, though.
American record-holder David Nolan, a Stanford Cardinal, has the fastest time in this year’s 200 IM field by over a second, but five other swimmers who return from last year’s A-final will be looking to deny him his second NCAA title in this event.