Michigan sophomore Ian Rainey has been called up to NCAAs.
By our analysis, Michigan’s Ian Rainey is the first alternate for the 2016 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Championships.
The Michigan teams each grabbed dual wins against in-state rival Michigan State yesterday. The men used the meet to cap off their undefeated regular season.
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Michigan sophomore Ian Rainey grabbed double wins, first in the 200 fly and then in the 400 free. That performance earned him Big Ten Swimmer of the Week honors.
It didn’t feel much like summer season, with temperatures hovering around 60 degrees Fahrenheit at the outdoor Michigan State pool, but the Michigan Wolverines threw things back to summer’s long course meters format with a triangular win over Big Ten foes.
The Speedo Sectionals in Athens continued to be a fast meet on during day two prelims as several swimmers managed to come close to their season best times including American swim star Ryan Lochte.
USA Swimming has announced the roster for its 2015 Open Water Select Camp.
The women’s programs each ended with one win and one loss, while the Michigan men swept all opponents.
Townley Haas (left) and Madison Homovich (right) were named the individual high point scorers at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships.
While Day 3 was the first prelims session with no new national records, there was still plenty of fast swimming to go around.
It was a Wilton 1-2 in the boys 400 IM, with a pair of teammates and future Big Ten foes sweeping the top two spots. Top seed Maxwell Dolan went 3:46.81 to just eke out a win over his teammate Ian Rainey by .01.
Maxwell Dolan (400 IM), Zachary Molloy (200 free) and the Middle Tyger girls (400 medley relay) all set national records on night 2 of the YMCA Short Course National Championships.
Day 2 of YMCA Nationals was again highlighted by a new national record. This time it was Countryside’s Emily Slabe in the 100 backstroke.