Indiana has a slight lead over Ohio State as they battle for the 2022 Men’s B1G Championship. 2x defending champion Michigan sits in third place.
With Ohio State leading after Thursday’s finals, athletes will compete in the 100 fly, 400 IM, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, 3-meter, and 200 free relay.
The Nittany Lions combined to win all but one event in a sweep over Villanova on Friday, as the team celebrated its senior class.
Virginia Tech sophomore Youssef Ramadan blasted a 45.34 to set a new Virginia Tech pool record in the 100 fly to lead Virginia Tech over Penn State.
Morley will provide the Nittany Lions with depth across the backstroke events with times that convert to be among the team’s best this season.
Host team Ohio State brought it in the women’s relays, winning 3 of 4.
The Penn State Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams swept their meets against West Virginia, with both programs improving to 2-0.
19-year-old Carson Foster (pictured) has put himself in position to qualify for his first Olympic team tonight in the men’s 400 individual medley.
2016 Rio Olympian Gunnar Bentz has decided to not contest his No. 6 prelims seed in tonight’s 400 IM final. He will have the 200 fly/IM later this week.
Texas freshman Carson Foster comes in with a monster 3:35.27, with breaststoker Hugo Gonzalez of Cal and freestyle ace Bobby Finke of Florida behind him.
The Michigan men successfully defended their Big Ten team title, earning their 42nd title in program history, the most in Big Ten history.
Ohio State’s Paul Delakis will swim for the 200 free Big Ten title tonight, following his 200 IM victory last night.
Racking out another solid 3-event morning session were the Michigan Wolverines, whose projected 250+ points will boost them into the lead.
Indiana’s Tomer Frankel has two high seed swims on Wednesday at the Big Ten Swimming & Diving Championships in Columbus.
It’s hard to gauge the firepower for the top five teams or so this year with the truncated season, but Indiana looks to have a slight edge.