NCAA 100 backstroke champion Brendan Burns will compete in the 200 backstroke this morning. He won the 100 backstroke last night in a time of 45.29.
Hannah Bach and Josie Panitz went 1-2 in the 100 breaststroke prelims this morning, and will look to do the same tonight.
The day two prelims session at the Ohio State Invite will feature several World Championship medalists from Fukuoka this past summer.
The Ohio State team opened up their invitational this morning by claiming three top seeds heading into tonight’s finals session.
Notre Dame junior Chris Guiliano, who already split an 18 on a relay in a dual meet this year, will swim his first taper meet since a surprise World Championships.
Gretchen Walsh has been nothing short of sensational so far this season, leading the Virginia Cavaliers to the top spot in our power rankings (as usual).
The Olympic and world champion has finally made his yards debut after a successful summer, sweeping the distance events as Indiana cruised to victory.
Indiana hosted Kentucky for an LCM dual meet yesterday at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.
After a runner-up finish at Big Tens and a 7th-place NCAA showing, the Indiana women return several key players in the 2023-24 season.
Last year, Virginia’s 400 free relay broke all of the records at the NCAA Championships. This year, they could make that swim look feeble.
This morning’s prelims session will feature heats of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
The 200 IM final is shaping up to be a fun showdown between Ohio State’s Josie Panitz, Wisconsin’s Phoebe Bacon, and Indiana’s Noelle Peplowski.
Notably, Wisconsin’s Paige McKenna is the only defending champion from last year racing in the pool today.
The 2023 Women’s Big Ten Swimming & Diving Championships kick off tonight at Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, MI.
The Buckeye women will look to win their fourth straight Big Ten Championship. See the highlights of what to watch for here.