Genevieve Jorgenson

Genevieve Jorgenson Wins Four Individual Events As Nebraska Defeats Rutgers

Genevieve Jorgenson won the 1650 freestyle by over 30 seconds. She swam the event at NCAAs last March.

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Four Pool Records Go Down As Nebraska Defeats Illinois 169-131

Illinois sophomore Sara Jass won the 200 breast and 200 IM, setting a new pool record in the 200 IM. Nebraska swept both diving events.

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Nebraska Excellent on Final Day, Wins Team Title at 2023 Hawkeye Invitational

Nebraska got off to a hot start on Saturday, seeing Genevieve Jorgenson take the 1650 in 16:15.82.

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2023 Hawkeye Invite: Iowa Freshman Swalley Becomes #2 Hawkeye All-Time in 400 IM – 4:14.72

While Swalley’s time was a little off her personal best of 4:13.75, her performance makes her the #2 Hawkeye all-time in the event.

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Iowa Dominates Day 1 of the 2023 Hawkeye Invite; Freshman Olivia Swalley Hits 1:59 200 IM

The 2023 Hawkeye Invite, a women’s only meet, is being held at the University of Iowa Aquatic Center this weekend.

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Meet the 22 Mid-Major Swimmers Qualified for the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships

Meet the 22 mid-major swimmers qualified for women’s NCAAs, including FIU’s Christie Chue (pictured), who finished 14th in the 200 breast last year.


2022 Hawkeye Invite: Nebraska Takes Team Title By 185.5 Point Margin

On the final day of the 2022 Hawkeye Invite, the Nebraska Huskers came out on top of the team standings by a 185.5-point margin.

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2022 Hawkeye Invite: Rutgers Breaks Two Program Records

Rutgers’ Rachel Kimmel set a new school record in the 100 breast, while their 200 medley relay team broke the school record for the second time this season.

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Kansas’ Ellie Wehrmann Helps Lead Jayhawks Over Huskers 157-143 in Tight Dual Meet

Ellie Wehrmann was another Kansas double event winner, taking the 200 free and 100 free.

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Shannon Stott and Alexa Kucera Each Win Twice to Lift Nebraska Over Iowa 175-123

Iowa hosted Nebraska for a Big Ten women’s dual meet this past weekend. The hosting Hawkeyes fell to the Huskers by a 175-123 decision.