Day 2 of the tri-meet between Texas, Indiana, and Florida was contested in short course yards, with the Indiana Men and Texas women picking up 2 wins each again.
Olympian Blake Pieroni leads an IU sprint freestyle crew that is among the toughest in the NCAA.
Wyatt Davis of the Carmel Swim Club took down four Indiana 13-14 state records this weekend, and moved into the all-time…
Virginia Tech’s Brandon Fiala comes in with a shot at a title in the wide open 100 breaststroke.
Indiana freshman Ian Finnerty, who had never broken 53 seconds in his 100 breast prior to college, found himself touching first…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch is the top seed in the 200 fly, chasing a four-peat of Big Ten titles in the event to close his stellar career at the conference level.
The Indiana Hoosiers hold top seeds in 3 of 5 events out of prelims on day 3 as they try to run down Michigan for the team title.
Tanner Kurz led a big morning for Indiana, taking the top seed with a blistering 52.07 in the 100 breast.
Livonia’s Miranda Tucker flew away with the 100 breast title, just missing the meet record.
Day One’s finals are already shaping up to pit some of the nation’s very best against each other. Ella Eastin and Max Miranda lead their respective fields in the 200 fly, while Miranda Tucker and Ian Finnerty top the qualifiers in the 100 breast.
Carmel Swim Club’s Amy Bilquist swam her first 50m free of the season on Thursday at Indiana Swimming’s Senior Championships, after sitting out due to stress fractures. She nevertheless went a lifetime-best 25.03.
15 year old Danielle Hill broke her own Irish Junior record in the 100 backstroke after setting the mark in yesterdays semi-finals at the Irish Open Swimming Championships…
Carmel HS Boys Win 2015 Indiana HS State Championships; Finnerty Narrowly Misses 100 Breaststroke National Record
Over the weekend, the IHSAA hosted the Indiana Boy’s High School State Championship at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis. Just…
State records in the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke were broken during the prelims of the 2015 IHSAA Boy’s state championships in Indianapolis.
After attaching with the Indiana University Swim Team this summer, high school senior Ian Finnerty took the next step in that direction, committing to swim for the Hoosiers next fall.