Nate Savoy won three individuals and three relays in the team’s battle with Yale, earning him his first Big Ten weekly award.
Indiana in competition against Auburn from 10/10/14.
In second place after the morning preliminaries, Dumais took the lead after the fourth round of the semifinals with an 81.60-points inward 3 ½ tuck and followed up with 84 points on a reverse 3 ½ tuck and 90.10 points on a front 2 ½ with 2 twists.
The Texas men proved themselves once again as one of the top programs in the country when they finished the year second overall behind Cal at the NCAA Championships in front of a home crowd in Austin. That marked the 5th time in 6 seasons that the Longhorns finished in the top 2 in the country in March.
The IU Hoosiers nabbed three of the Big Ten’s six weekly swimming and diving honors for November 4th after big wins at the Tennessee triangular.
Indiana claimed the men’s and women’s titles at the Tennessee triangular, getting triple wins from two of its young freestylers.
Indiana’s men rode promising performances from their sprinters and newly-added divers to knock off Auburn, while the Auburn women won a wild, back-and-forth showdown with the Lady Hoosiers.
Steve Schmuhl is the only individual NCAA scorer returning in the pool, but Indiana has some big reinforcements coming in to back him up.
2014 double springboard NCAA Champion Michael Hixon has been officially announced as having signed with the Indiana Hoosiers, and will have…
Double 2014 NCAA Champion diver Michael Hixon has been granted a release by the University of Texas, he confirmed today. This…
Texas-Ex Troy Dumais and UT rising sophomores Michael Hixon and Murphy Bromberg placed sixth in their respective events Friday on…
Based on numbers compiled from the 2013 and 2014 NCAA Championships, only about 2/3rds of “returning point scorers” will actually return to put up points the following season, and almost half the total points in the NCAA will come from new point scorers.
Texas senior Lily Moldenhauer won the women’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Year award.
Cal coaches Yuri Suguiyama (left) and Dave Durden (right) pose with the 2014 CSCAA Men’s Division I Coach of the Year award.
A video interview with Michael Hixon after winning the 3m diving at the 2014 NCAA Championships in Austin, TX.