The Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center erupted with chants of “GO GREEN,” “GO WHITE” and “MSU” this weekend in what could be the Spartans’ last meet.
Ohio State’s dominance continues with 13 returning swims, all in either the A-final or B-final, setting every Buckeye up for picking up double-digit 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?
Schmidt swam only the 1650 today, clocking a 15:53.52.
Michigan looks set to take the Big ten title back after getting dethroned by IU last year.
MSU women handled the Ladies, while the Spartan men tied Kenyon in swimming points, but pulled out the win thanks to 1-2 finishes in both diving events.
Michigan State beat Illinois-Chicago as the teams celebrated their seniors at McCaffree Pool. The Spartan men won 132-110, and the Spartan women won 169-73.
Blaise Vera continued his early season success with some of the top times in the nation as the Pittsburgh men and women defeated Michigan State Friday.
Cincinnati swimming and diving was nothing but victorious on Saturday as the men’s and women’s teams beat both Miami (Ohio) and Michigan State.
Cincinnati defeated beat both Miami (OH) and Michigan State at a tri-meet in Oxford, Ohio on Saturday. MSU, in turn, downed the host Redhawks.
18-year-old Hannah Bach swam the 3rd-fastest 50 breast for all US swimmers 18&U to close out the Cleveland Sectionals meet.
Ohio State’s Josef Pohlmann’s meet record in the 50 fly highlighted the third day of the 2019 Cleveland Sectional meet at Cleveland State University.
The Bowling Green State University swimming and diving program finished first in 12 of 16 events to defeat the Michigan State Spartans 179-121.
Illinois freshman Abby Cabush posted a 1:51.91 to win the 200 free, splitting the race very tightly.
Kasey Venn, a rising senior at New Trier High School who also trains with New Trier Aquatics, has verbally committed…