Indiana’s Gia Dalesandro and Purdue’s Allie Davis share this week’s Big Ten Swimmer of the Week honors. D’Alesandro brought home triple wins in Indiana’s dual meet with Auburn.
Hope Hayward (above) brings sprint breaststroke speed to the IU Hoosiers, something they seriously lacked last season.
Returning top-5 men’s programs Texas and Florida clashed in the Texas triangular, but it was Indiana’s Blake Pieroni who stole the show on opening night of the two-day meet.
Canadian Brooklyn Snodgrass will look to lead Indiana to their first B1G Ten title since 2011 this season
Among those included were current and former IU team members along with athletes that are currently training with the Indiana coaches in preparation for the 2016 Olympics.
39 of the 40 qualifiers for the A and B finals on Day 3 are expected to swim tonight, including North Baltimore’s Michael Phelps. Phelps won the 200 fly with the world’s fastest time last night and will contest the 100 fly tonight.
Now that we have all witnessed the glory that is the Michael Phelps comeback trail, we can safely get psyched for his prelims swim in the 100 fly.
The ongoing leadership saga with Indiana’s Newburgh Sea Creatures swim club took a new turn this week, with the club’s new board re-hiring coach Aaron Opell on an interim basis.
Days after the firing of Newburgh Sea Creatures Head Coach Aaron Opell, 9 board members have resigned.
Aaron Opell, who is a member of the USA Swimming’s National Team coaching staff, is no longer the head coach of the Newburgh Sea Creatures.
FULL RESULTS HERE On Day 3 of the 2015 Indiana Senior State Championships, Crown Point Swim Club’s Hannah Kukurugya actually posted…
Carmel Swim Club’s Amy Bilquist swam her first 50m free of the season on Thursday at Indiana Swimming’s Senior Championships, after sitting out due to stress fractures. She nevertheless went a lifetime-best 25.03.
Led by an incredible breaststroke split from USA Swimming National Teamer Lilly King, the Newburgh Sea Creatures have broken the 15-16 National Age Group Record.
Cal commit Amy Bilquist (above), one of the USA’s top 18& under sprinters, tweeted some good news regarding her current injuries.
Check out the the AgonSwim Weekly Wonders for the weekend of July 3-5, 2015.