Blake Pieroni was a major player in Indiana’s dual meet victory over Michigan on Saturday.
With just over six weeks until the Big Ten Championships, the University of Michigan swimming and diving team opens the second half of the season with a top-10 clash, hosting Indiana to Canham Natatorium on Saturday (Jan. 13) for a combined men’s and women’s dual meet. Action begins at 11 a.m. Admission is free.
We’re now through the second round of NCAA midseason invites and it’s time to take a look at where the division 1 teams stand. SwimSwam has put together a list of the top 16 times in each event up to this point.
Lynch led by a nail at the halfway mark, but was able to outpace Hoffer to stretch his lead up to a couple of tenths through the back half.
The third and final prelims session of the 2017 UGA Invite wrapped up this morning with the Cal Bears continuing to look dominant.
Gonzalez’s time was not only the fastest time in the NCAA thus far by 2 seconds, but also the fastest time done by any swimmer this year, topping Chase Kalisz’s 3:39.45 from Winter Nationals.
Cal, Michigan, and Georgia continue to duke it out at the UGA Invite, giving swim fans a preview of what’s to come at the NCAA Championships.
Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey is still on fire. She dropped a full second from her best time to win the 200 IM, meeting the NCAA ‘A’ standard with a 1:53.48.
There were many record-breaking performances, including MHSAA state records, Division 1 state records, and pool records.
Siobhan Haughey’s Michigan Wolverines are one of two teams making big leaps into our top 5.
The University of Michigan showed dominance through depth in session one of the Pack the Pool B1G, hosted by the University of Minnesota, Friday evening.
Michigan high school Sophomore Lola Mull challenged Allison Schmitt’s state record in the 500.
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You’ll never guess who we ranked #1… Ok, you might. But there are a few interesting offseason shake-ups, including one team outside the top 10 last year bringing in two impact transfers to surge towards the top 5.
Though Indiana doesn’t have the relays or the incoming classes that other NCAA programs have, its brute individual-event strength will keep it relevant in 2018.