Conference Championships brought some major shakeups to our final edition men’s Power Ranks, though our #1 rank continues to be an uneasy split between Texas and Cal.
Gus Borges’ father won the Big Ten title in the 50 free for Michigan in 1993. 26-years later, he’ll try to do the same.
Michigan’s Gus Borges is the top seed in the 50 free and split 18.40 as a relay anchor for Michigan on Wednesday evening.
Jian “MJ” Mao has now dropped more than 5 seconds over the course of 2018 in the event.
Michigan’s time clocks in 3rd nationally this season, behind Alabama and NC State.
Zach Apple is a huge presence for the Hoosiers, who have a slight edge in what will be a great battle with Michigan for the 2019 B1G crown.
Siobhan Haughey won all three of her events as the Michigan women handled Indiana, while the Hoosier men defended home turf against the visiting Wolverine men.
More upheaval at the top! For the second straight men’s Power Rankings, we have a new #1 as the battle for the NCAA title continues to tighten.
Whether or not we mean it, the swimming community (and sports community at-large) is good at making comparisons; especially when…
Cal freshman Reece Whitley is the top seed in the 200 breast.
Ricardo Vargas of Michigan swam the fastest time in the NCAA in the men’s 1650 on day 4 of the Georgia Invite.
Michigan freshman Maggie MacNeil will look to defend her top seeds from prelims tonight in both the women’s 100 fly and 100 back tonight in Athens.
Reece Whitley swam an NCAA ‘A’ cut time of 51.49 in the men’s 100 breast at day 2 prelims of the UGA Invite.
After swimming the fastest time in the country this morning in the 500 free, Cal’s Andrew Seliskar will contest the men’s 200 IM final on night 1 of the Georgia Fall Invite.
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil blasted the #1 time in the country in the women’s 50 free at day 1 prelims of the Georgia Fall Invite.