Here are 5 big things that stood out from the final day of the Big Ten championships
Ray Looze’s bunch have about 50 points to make up, but lead the Big Ten in A and B finalists heading into the final night of the 2015 Big Ten Championships.
O Canada! Minnesota’s Kierra Smith is one of a number of Canadians currently dominating the Big Ten Conference Championship.
Minnesota freshman Brooke Zeiger blew out the 400 IM field to help Minnesota pad its points lead despite a 100 backstroke deficiency. The Gophers lead by 47 with one day to go.
IU’s Brooklynn Snodgrass was unstoppable, winning a big 100 back battle, but a Hoosier 400 medley relay DQ wiped out her other big swim and let the Golden Gophers expand their points lead.
Ivy Martin lit up the pool on night two of the women’s 2015 Big Ten Championships, but she wasn’t the only highlight of the session.
Ivy Martin joined elite company in breaking the 21-second barrier and splitting 20.9 on Wisconsin’s winning 200 free relay.
Usually Minnesota and Indiana are the clear-cut top two in the women’s Big Ten, but Michigan has raced the two stroke-for-stroke through day 2 prelims.
Kierra Smith (above) had a breakout summer competing for Canada, just missing a medal in the 200m breast at the Pan Pacific Games. She’ll be a star for the Minnesota Gophers this championship season.
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The senior sprinter went undefeated in the Badgers’ tri-dual against Indiana and Notre Dame.
Indiana in competition against Auburn from 10/10/14.
OSU sprinter, Josh Fleagle, earned one of five event wins for the Buckeye men on Day 1 of OSU Invitational