Olivia Asay has announced her commitment to the University of Iowa becoming the first recruit to publicly commit to the program since it was re-instated.
Devastated by the athletics department’s attempt to cut the program, the Iowa women’s team will have a very short bench during the 2021-2022 season.
Michigan junior Olivia Carter dropped the 200 IM on Day 2 of NCAAs as the 20th seed.
Michigan had a big morning after picking up 248 points/13 morning swims, including a potential 100 fly 1-2 finish led by Maggie MacNeil and Olivia Carter.
Maggie MacNeil has looked strong so far, and her 100 fly should be a standout event to watch this morning. Meanwhile, OSU will look to build on their lead.
Ohio State’s depth took them to their first Big Ten title in years last season, but Michigan is deeper this time around. Also– what say Northwestern?
The four Hawkeye swimmers suing the school for Title IX compliance have shown that they’re in for the long haul.
Nebraska’s Autumn Haebig was triple event winner, taking the 100, 200, and 500 frees for the Huskers.
Four members of the women’s swim team have won a temporary injunction against the University of Iowa’s plan to cut the program at the end of this season.
Aleksey Tarasenko, winner of the 100 free for the Black team, will be transferring to Tennessee following Iowa’s decision to cut swimming and diving.
Members of the University of Iowa’s womens swimming and diving teams have filed a lawsuit against the school under Title IX.
Senior Hannah Burvill was one of three swimmers to earn Women’s Swimming MVP honors after garnering CSCAA All-America honors in the 200-yard freestyle.
After winning the 400 IM on Friday, Northwestern’s Calypso Sheridan had to choose between the 200 breast and 200 back on Saturday.
Michigan looks set to take the Big ten title back after getting dethroned by IU last year.
In the men’s meet, Iowa freshman Sergey Kuznetsov posted one of the fastest races of the day, clocking a 21.40 in the 50 fly.