A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships, which UVA won in decisive fashion.
Greater Toledo’s Scotty Buff broke the NCSA meet record in the 50 back, one of four individual records to fall this evening.
Virginia enters the 400 medley race as the American Record holder and favorite to win, but they will face the competition of NC State and Stanford.
Even with the change in number of scorers Ohio State still won its third conference title in a row, setting two B1G meet records in the process.
After completing a four-peat last night in the 50 free, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is a near-lock to do so once again on Friday in the 100 fly.
Nyah Funderburke didn’t crack Ohio State’s team for the Big Ten Championships, but she still qualified for NCAAs with her prelims swim in the 100 back.
Night 1 of the women’s Big 10 Swimming & Diving Championships will feature just 2 events: the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays.
Hannah Bach of Ohio State split faster today than Lilly King did on the 50 breaststroke when Indiana set the Big Ten Record in the event back in 2018.
Led by senior Maggie MacNeil and a strong freshman contingent, the Wolverines look to reclaim the Big Ten title after three straight runner-up finishes.
The Buckeyes will honor nine program seniors on Friday in the meet against Michigan on Friday. Saturday will be a men’s-only meet against Cleveland State.
U.S. Olympian Michael Brinegar (IU) is the top seed in the men’s mile, while 2021 NCAA All-American Charlie Clark is the #2 seed.
Night 2 of the Ohio State Invite saw breaststrokers Hannah Bach and Cooper Van Der Laan post NCAA A-cuts in the 100 breaststroke.
Host team Ohio State brought it in the women’s relays, winning 3 of 4.
Kristen Romano returns for a fifth year with the Buckeyes as they gear up to take a run at a third straight Big Ten title and a top-five showing at NCAAs.
Tonight will be the D, C, B, A finals of the women’s and men’s 400 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and the timed finals of the men’s 800 free relay.