Illinois hosted Purdue for a Big Ten women’s dual meet on Saturday, falling to the Boilermakers in a 158.5-141.5 decision on their senior night.
The 2022 Purdue Invite is in the books, seeing the Louisville Cardinals win the women’s team title in dominant fashion.
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Olympians Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez are among the 16 divers who are expected to compete for the United States.
Despite only swimming in two NCAA meets, Taylor Ruck scored the most points out of our top-20 recruits from the high school class of 2018.
The Buckeyes finished the competition with five male and two female divers qualified to compete at the NCAA Championships.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer is the top seed in the 100 freestyle ahead of defending champion Maggie MacNeil of Michigan. The two will battle it out tonight.
Led by senior Maggie MacNeil and a strong freshman contingent, the Wolverines look to reclaim the Big Ten title after three straight runner-up finishes.
Simons brings strong springboard experience to the Purdue Boilermakers when she arrives on campus next fall.
Bretscher, who represented Team USA at the 2019 World University Games, will compete with Purdue for the 2021-2022 season.
Purdue University has announced that US Olympic gold medalist David Boudia will be joining the coaching staff as a full time assistant diving coach.
Freshman Phoebe Bacon is looking to defend the Badger’s 100 back title (won last year by Beata Nelson.) OSU’s Emily Crane was within .5 of her in prelims.
Purdue’s women went 1-2-3 in 6 events on the day
Tennessee’s Colin Zeng won the 1-meter, Texas’ Jordan Windle took the 3-meter title and Purdue’s Brandon Loschiavo was first on the platform at the Texas Diving Invitational.