The Buckeyes essentially return the entirety of last year’s championship squad, putting them in the driver’s seat as they eye a five-peat.
Illinois hosted Iowa for a Big Ten women’s dual meet on Friday at the ARC Pool.
Olivia Swalley (above) won three events in total, sweeping the breaststroke events (1:01.53/2:15.05) and 200 IM (2:01.29).
While Swalley’s time was a little off her personal best of 4:13.75, her performance makes her the #2 Hawkeye all-time in the event.
The 2023 Hawkeye Invite, a women’s only meet, is being held at the University of Iowa Aquatic Center this weekend.
Hannah Cousins of Davenport, Iowa, has announced her decision to remain in-state with the University of Iowa Hawkeyes next fall.
The Buckeye women will look to win their fourth straight Big Ten Championship. See the highlights of what to watch for here.
Minnesota sophomore Bar Soloveychik relegated the Gophers’ oldest school record to the archives during Friday’s meet against Northwestern, Purdue, and Iowa.
Kennedy Gilbertson was one of the top performers of the meet, winning two individual events on top of her two relay victories.
The Fighting Illini took down the Iowa Hawkeyes in a two-day dual, as they won all but four events on the swimming side of the meet.
On the final day of the 2022 Hawkeye Invite, the Nebraska Huskers came out on top of the team standings by a 185.5-point margin.
Rutgers’ Rachel Kimmel set a new school record in the 100 breast, while their 200 medley relay team broke the school record for the second time this season.
In the first day of the 2022 Hawkeye Invite, Nebraska came out on top of the team standings, while the Illini set a new program record.
Iowa hosted Nebraska for a Big Ten women’s dual meet this past weekend. The hosting Hawkeyes fell to the Huskers by a 175-123 decision.
This is Iowa’s second recruiting class since being reinstated. Pedersen would have been their fastest swimmer in the 100, 200, and 500 freestyle last season.