Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer won two events on night two in Indy as the Big Ten women from Indiana, Ohio State, and Michigan combined to win all of the events.
Exactly one month out from the heats of the World Championship 100 breaststroke, Annie Lazor threw down her third-fastest time ever in the event.
Wisconsin’s Paige McKenna captured the NCAA title in the 1650 freestyle tonight. Tonight’s top 8 (9) was over four seconds faster than a year ago.
Erica Sullivan of Texas is the #9 seed in the 1650 free and will swim in lane 4 in the last heat before finals.
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.
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.
Tonight’s action will feature the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 1-meter diving, and the 400 medley relay.
Ohio State fifth-year Kristen Romano aims to make it back-to-back titles in the 200 IM on the first full day of action at the Women’s Big Ten Championships.
Katherine Zenick had a key butterfly leg of the 200 medley relay splitting a 23.29 helping Ohio State finish just ahead of Michigan.
U.S. Olympian Michael Brinegar (IU) is the top seed in the men’s mile, while 2021 NCAA All-American Charlie Clark is the #2 seed.
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.
Catch the last finals session in Greensboro featuring top seeds Cavan Gormsen, Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, Charlie Clark, Erika Pelaez, and Jack Franzman.
Akron and Canadian native Sarah Watson smashed her 50 fly personal best to swim 26.98 while 16-year-old Jonathan Marshall of FAST hit 55.58 in the 100 back.
OSU’s Sommerstad, Watkins, Fulmer, Andreis, Geringer, and Clark all had individual sectional wins in Geneva alongside Denison’s Kurlich and Akron’s Fischer.
Aggie senior Camryn Toney dropped more than two seconds to establish the top time of the early 1650 heats in 16:04.02 at the 2021 Women’s NCAAs.