Reigning NCAA champion Andrew Capobianco was one of three Indiana men and six total divers who qualified for NCAAs at the Zone C Championships.
Even with the change in number of scorers Ohio State still won its third conference title in a row, setting two B1G meet records in the process.
While Ohio State has had some recent postseason success, it’d been a while since they’d won a dual meet against their arch rivals, the Michigan Wolverines.
Katherine Zenick had a key butterfly leg of the 200 medley relay splitting a 23.29 helping Ohio State finish just ahead of Michigan.
Ohio State’s Katherine Zenick was named the Big Ten Women’s Swimmer of the Week after winning the 100 free and 100 fly against Akron.
Ohio State defeated Akron in its first away meet of the season, earning some NCAA B-cuts and NCAA Zone qualifying scores along the way.
Kristen Romano returns for a fifth year with the Buckeyes as they gear up to take a run at a third straight Big Ten title and a top-five showing at NCAAs.
The Virginia Cavaliers continue to lead the way into NCAAs, led by five top-ranked relays and a dominant roster from top to bottom.
Indiana University freshman Anne Fowler won the 3-meter diving title today, her second win of the Zone C meet. IU added two women’s divers to NCAAs.
Indiana junior Jack Franzman and Michigan junior Olivia Carter have been named the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week.
Kentucky’s Danny Zhang won the 3-meter springboard in a tough Zone C, which would have earned an NCAA invite, if the meet weren’t canceled.
With two 2019 champs graduated and the third taking a redshirt, we’ll have a brand-new slate of women’s diving winners at 2020 NCAAs.
After finishing 3rd last year, Ohio State outperformed defending champion Indiana, and 2016-2018 champion Michigan, winning by a margin of by 197 points.
Cranbrook Kingswood came away with the Michigan HS Division 3 girls state title, winning 2 relays and 2 individual events in the process.