Wisconsin seniors Ivy Martin and Drew teDuits have been named Big Ten Swimmers of the Week for November 18th after their big wins over Northwestern.
The Wisconsin Badgers played host to the Northwestern men’s and women’s teams on Thursday evening with the home contingents coming…
Ivy Martin and Josh Fleagle were named Big Ten Swimmers of the Week for November 11th, while Rutgers picked up its first-ever Big Ten weekly honor.
Maddy Schaefer won a big sprint battle for Stanford in a runaway team win over Wisconsin Saturday.
Josh Prenot and California were overpowering Friday night, knocking off the visiting Wisconsin Badgers in a pair of duals.
Wisconsin Badger freestylers Ivy Martin (pictured) and Matthew Hutchins swept the Big Ten’s Swimmer of the Week awards this week after their big conference dual meet with border rival Minnesota.
Senior Drew teDuits led the Wisconsin men to their first win over Minnesota in more than a decade.
Wisconsin’s Nick Caldwell won the 500 and 1000 frees against ASU, helping Wisconsin win a share of all but one freestyle event win in its season opener.
Led by U.S. National Teamer Ivy Martin, and with only a single graduation, the Wisconsin women could be on course for a top 10 finish in the 2014-2015 season after a mettle-testing regular season.
Australia’s Cate Campbell is the odds-on favorite in both women’s sprint events, while her sister Bronte is a likely finalist as well.
The Santa Clara Grand Prix is the next stop on the Michael Phelps comeback tour, and will also be the 2014 Grand Prix series debut for Missy Franklin.
Minnesota and Wisconsin renewed their Big Ten rivalry with a long course dual meet to kick off summer season, with the Golden Gophers picking up a pair of wins.
The Cal Golden Bears show off their styling nails on Friday evening.
The very first event of the 2014 NCAA Championships will go a long way in telling who showed up to swim and who doesn’t look ready for the bright lights and intense pressure of a national championship final. Look for top-seeded Georgia to set the tone early.
The women’s fifty free hasn’t seen this much speed in a while and it could by anybody’s race Thursday night.