Despite the losses, it looks like IU is in a stronger position this season than they were last season.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde was one of just a handful of 5th year swimmers who scored more points at this year’s NCAA Championship meet than last year’s.
Cal sophomore Destin Lasco leads a tight field of contenders in the 100 back after Shaine Casas turning pro has made this a wide open race.
The Indiana Hoosiers have won their 4th Big Ten Championship in the last 6 seasons and are set up well for a big run at NCAAs next month.
Indiana has a slight lead over Ohio State as they battle for the 2022 Men’s B1G Championship. 2x defending champion Michigan sits in third place.
Michigan’s Jake Mitchell will have his work cut out for him if he hopes to defend his B1G title in the 500 free, having qualified seventh in the prelims.
Indiana University had an intrasquad relay competition with American and International swimmers facing off in the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.
We’ve entered new territory. Not only are the 75s getting faster, but now we are branching out on strokes while maintaining speed
U.S. Olympian Michael Brinegar (IU) is the top seed in the men’s mile, while 2021 NCAA All-American Charlie Clark is the #2 seed.
The German native with limited yards racing experience was 19.54 in the 50 and 1:33-flat in the 200 free earlier in the meet.
IU is coming off a successful 2020-2021 season, despite a major obstacle late in the season.
As a member of Carmel High School, Sullivan took 3rd in the 100 back at the IHSAA (Indiana HS) state championships this past February.
In his first meet back, it looks as though the 5th year sprinter hasn’t missed a beat.
Peplowski, who was the Hoosiers’ leading breaststroker last season, swept the breast events to open the season.
16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey (pictured) enters the women’s 100 back on Day 4 in Greensboro riding the hot hand after winning the 200 on Wednesday.