While Michigan had athletes competing at the SMU Classic, the rest of the Wolverines traveled to face off against Horizon League powerhouse Oakland.
Michigan had another strong showing in 2021-2022, finishing second at the 2022 Big Ten Championships and seventh at NCAAs.
Gretchen Walsh of Virginia was second in the women’s 100 free on night 1, swimming her fastest time in about three years.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer won two events on night two in Indy as the Big Ten women from Indiana, Ohio State, and Michigan combined to win all of the events.
Exactly one month out from the heats of the World Championship 100 breaststroke, Annie Lazor threw down her third-fastest time ever in the event.
Entering her senior season, Maggie MacNeil is the defending NCAA champion in both the women’s 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
Olympians Lydia Jacoby (pictured) and Torri Huske headlined the 2021 selection to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team.
UNC recruit Katie Rauch (pictured) headlines the Tar Heel class with her outstanding versatility on backstroke and freestyle.
Joswiak clocked a 16:01.68, taking a whopping 25.14 seconds off his previous best of 16:26.82, which was from May of this year.
Mintenko dropped almost 10 seconds from her previous best of 4:28.25 with the swim.
The first day of the Austin Sectionals meet took place yesterday, featuring the 800 free, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
On the second and third day of the Speedo Spring Sectional Championships, 14-year-old Jade Garstang won 2 events in dominating fashion.
Samantha Tadder (above) is one of three swimmers ranked in the top 10 of the high school class of 2021 that are still uncommitted.
Bell, a sophomore, was the champion in both the 200 IM and 100 free. She now has back-to-back state titles in the 200 IM.
Lukas Miller has had a strong meet so far and is seeded 1st in the men’s 100 free on Day 4 of Speedo Winter Junior Championships – West.