Katie Ledecky became the first woman to break 9:00 in the 1000 last year, and she’s poised to make history yet again in the 1650.
The Michigan Wolverines took the crown at the 2018 B1G Women’s Championships, dominating the meet with 1,465 points.
The win was Penn State’s first 1650 title since 1994.
Indiana’s Lilly King is looking to defend her 200 IM title for the conference-leading Indiana Hoosiers
Lilly King was a key member of Indiana’s record breaking 200 medley relay on night 1.
Fresh off its first undefeated dual-meet slate in 20 years, the No. 3-ranked University of Michigan women’s swimming and diving team enters the postseason this week at the Big Ten Championships, held Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. 14-17) at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio.
G Ryan will lead Michigan as they search for their third-straight B1G title later this month.
Who volunteered to make the biggest leap in our first Power Rankings after mid-season invites? Hint: they’ve got 4 sophomores in major NCAA scoring range, including the fastest 100 flyer in the nation.
Lynch led by a nail at the halfway mark, but was able to outpace Hoffer to stretch his lead up to a couple of tenths through the back half.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey is still on fire. She dropped a full second from her best time to win the 200 IM, meeting the NCAA ‘A’ standard with a 1:53.48.
The NCAA season this fall has been almost as focused on who’s not swimming as on who is. That’s because a number of key contributors have been absent, some mysteriously, for the bulk of their team’s fall dual meets.
The Michigan Wolverines should be getting a big boost in the next month or so, as multi-time All-American G Ryan is expected to rejoin the team for a mid-season invite.
You’ll never guess who we ranked #1… Ok, you might. But there are a few interesting offseason shake-ups, including one team outside the top 10 last year bringing in two impact transfers to surge towards the top 5.
Siobhan Haughey will be one of Michigan’s biggest scoring threats this season, with the potential to become a triple A finalist at NCAAs.
Siobhan Haughey is a big reason why the Michigan women are on the fast track to the top tier of the NCAA.