Megan Vuong

Illinois Tops Youngstown State, Saint Francis

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.

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Triple Win from Ilse Martinez Helps Lift Illinois Past Michigan State

Illinois freshman Abby Cabush posted a 1:51.91 to win the 200 free, splitting the race very tightly.

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Vuong, Malmborg Break Pool Records As Illinois Falls To Indiana State

This marked the first time in program history that Indiana State has beaten a Big Ten opponent.

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Illini Tie Pool Record While Sweeping Quad Duals

The Illini tied the University of Illinois ARC pool record in the 200 free relay.

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Michigan State Women Win at Home Dual Against Illinois

Michigan State won their dual meet against Illinois, despite only winning 6 of 16 events.

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Illinois Has Concluded Their Annual Orange/Blue Intrasquad Meet

The Fighting Illini swimming and diving team held its annual Orange and Blue Intra-Squad exhibition Saturday at the Arc Pool.

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Huskers Defeat Illinois To Finish Dual Season Undefeated

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.

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Iowa Women Take Down Illinois in Big 10 Match Up

Iowa wins 174.5 to 125.5 over Illinois in Big 10 match up.

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Illinois Women Sweep Relays For A Dual Win Versus Iowa State

The Illinois women grabbed first and second in both relays to take the win over Iowa State.

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Stratford, Clary Named Big Ten Co-Swimmers of the Week

Illinois’ Samantha Stratford and Ohio State’s Lindsey Clary were named co-swimmers of the week in the Big Ten.

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Illini Swimming & Diving Ink 4 in Class of 2015-2016

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.

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