Charlie Swanson has made a verbal commitment to swim for University of Michigan in 2016-17.
Emily Eastin, of Crean Lutheran High School and SOCAL Aquatics Association, is headed to Ann Arbor to swim for the Wolverines in 2016.
North Carolina native Hannah Moore is transferring from University of Michigan to NC State and will join the Wolfpack in January, 2016.
Michigan high school state record-holding diver Jake Herremans has opted to spend his collegiate career in Ann Arbor.
Michigan made a great addition to their men’s team for next season as two top tier backstrokers, Luke Papendick and Kyle Dudzinski, both transferred to the Wolverines for the 2015-2016 season.
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Unable to get a visa to travel to Canada for the Canadian World Championship Trials (which allow international participants), Dylan Bosch…
Though he wasn’t able to defend his 200 fly national title, Michigan junior Dylan Bosch was named the conference’s Swimmer of the Year, and his coach Mike Bottom earned swimming Coach of the Year honors.
It seems as though a Texas win is all but guaranteed tonight as the final day of competition lingers in Iowa. Texas is entering day two with 399 points, a whopping 124 points ahead of Cal who sit in second with 275.
With 171 points already scored, Texas is entering day two finals with the projection to score 185 more. They have someone in the championship final of every event tonight besides the 100 breaststroke, where their breaststroke Austin Temple secured a ‘B’ final position.
After the day one prelims an idea of who’s going to take the lead after tonight’s finals has emerged, and it seems as though Sam Lewis and the Longhorns are going to be up big on Cal.
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Florida’s Pawel Werner scratched as the 21st seed in the men’s 200 IM.
David Zoltoswki, a Rhodes Scholarship finalist, is among the Big Ten Winter sport athletes who have a perfect 4.0 cumulative GPA.