Distance ace Gillian Ryan may prove to be Michigan’s x factor in beating Indiana, as the two teams are neck and neck headed into the final session tonight in Ann Arbor.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey has already claimed two individual Big Ten titles so far and will go after the 100 freestyle during today’s prelims.
Watch below as Indiana freshman breaststroker Lilly King swims the 4th-fastest 100 yard breaststroke in history. King who is also the…
Freshman Lilly King rattled the Big Ten 100 breaststroke record in prelims only to blast it out of the water during finals tonight. An incredible 57.35 was King’s winning time during tonight’s finals, just .12 off the American Record.
Lilly King shattered the B1G record in the 100 breast in the 4th fastest swim of all-time.
The Michigan Wolverines are on top of the Big Ten through day 2 of the Women’s Championships, but Indiana’s Lilly King and Ohio State’s Liz Li may have something to say about that during today’s events.
Liz Li absolutely owned the 50 freestyle this morning in Ann Arbor, clocking a 21.73 to hold the nation’s 2nd-fastest time behind newly-minted 2016 SEC Champion Olivia Smoliga (21.67). She got the job done tonight, becoming the 2016 Big Ten Champion with a winning time of 21.80.
Sophomore Clara Smiddy from Michigan looks to defend her 200 IM Big Ten title from last year, taking on the likes of IU freshman Lilly King and Wolverine teammate Siobhan Haughey in tonight’s finals. Smiddy snagged the #2 seed this morning.
Indiana freshman Lilly King split 25.92 on the 200 medley relay on day 1 of the 2016 Big Ten Championships, a time believed to be the third-best 50 breast split of all-time.
Michigan returns all 8 legs of their night 1 relays from a year ago and host the 2016 Big Ten Championships.
Olivia Smoliga appears to have regained the form that earned her an NCAA title as a freshman. But is it enough to keep Georgia atop some surging Pac-12 challengers?
Freshman Lilly King leads the charge for the upstart Hoosiers as they look to take down four-time defending champs Minnesota.
USC’s Uytengsu Aquatic Center, where the Trojans defeated Cal in a narrow one point victory.
Kelsi Worrell is one NCAA female swimmer who earned an NCAA “A” cut when a long course meters swim was converted to short course yards.