Illinois picked up top times in 11 of 13 swimming events and senior diver Ling Kuhn came away with the second-best 3-meter performance in program history to lead the Orange and Blue past Youngstown State (180-81) and St. Francis (200-56) Friday night.
Illinois freshman Abby Cabush posted a 1:51.91 to win the 200 free, splitting the race very tightly.
This marked the first time in program history that Indiana State has beaten a Big Ten opponent.
The Illini tied the University of Illinois ARC pool record in the 200 free relay.
Michigan State won their dual meet against Illinois, despite only winning 6 of 16 events.
The Fighting Illini swimming and diving team held its annual Orange and Blue Intra-Squad exhibition Saturday at the Arc Pool.
Abigail Knapton erupted for a career-best 343.12 to lead Nebraska’s sweep of the top-three spots on the three-meter board at Illinois.
Iowa wins 174.5 to 125.5 over Illinois in Big 10 match up.
The Illinois women grabbed first and second in both relays to take the win over Iowa State.
Illinois’ Samantha Stratford and Ohio State’s Lindsey Clary were named co-swimmers of the week in the Big Ten.
Fighting Illini swimming and diving head coach Sue Novitsky has received signed National Letters of Intent from four student-athletes in the Class of 2015.