After a runner-up finish at Big Tens and a 7th-place NCAA showing, the Indiana women return several key players in the 2023-24 season.
The 2023 Women’s Big Ten Swimming & Diving Championships kick off tonight at Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, MI.
The Peplowski sisters won three individual events each helping lead the Indiana women past Michigan. The Indiana men also picked up. a win.
Indiana sophomore Anna Peplowski (pictured) was a double-event winner tonight, taking first in the 200 free and 100 back.
Virginia Tech junior Youssef Ramadan (pictured) also stretched his undefeated streak to nine individual finals wins in a row with a 19.19 50 free.
Tomer Frankel and Jack Franzman of Indiana both swam NCAA B cuts during Friday’s dual meet against Cincinnati. The Hoosier men and women swept Cincinnati.
Indiana came away with decisive wins in both the men’s and women’s meets.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.
Peplowski, who was the Hoosiers’ leading breaststroker last season, swept the breast events to open the season.
Hoosier super-senior Gabriel Fantoni had an electric start to his season in the Indiana intrasquad quadrathalon on Thursday.
Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, and Charlie Swanson will swim the 200 IM prelims in Greensboro for the final AM session of the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships.
Indiana Swim Club’s Brendan Burns crushed his lifetime best 200 free time from 2018 Summer Nationals by more than one second to win the event with a 1:50.14.
Maggie MacNeil has looked strong so far, and her 100 fly should be a standout event to watch this morning. Meanwhile, OSU will look to build on their lead.
The Ohio State Buckeyes look sharp with 16 returning swims this evening, worth 342.5 projected points. The next-most points came from Indiana (251 points).
Ohio State’s depth took them to their first Big Ten title in years last season, but Michigan is deeper this time around. Also– what say Northwestern?