After a runner-up finish at Big Tens and a 7th-place NCAA showing, the Indiana women return several key players in the 2023-24 season.
In their first season as an NCAA Division I program, Queens (NC) won the men’s team title convincingly, beating out runner-up Tennessee by 112 points.
Day two of the meet featured the 200 medley relay, 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and the 800 free relay.
The Peplowski sisters won three individual events each helping lead the Indiana women past Michigan. The Indiana men also picked up. a win.
We’re into ranked recruits now, including new Indiana Hoosier Kristina Paegle, the #11 recruit in the nation. Our recruiting class ranks continue.
Recent National Champion in the 200 LCM breast Mackenzie Looze will be returning to Indiana to use her COVID-19 fifth year.
This morning, we’ll have prelims of the 200 free, 100 back, and 200 breast.
Will Modglin flexed his versatility at this weekend’s Indiana Senior State Championship meet, including his first sub-20 second 50 yard freestyle.
The Carmel High School dominance continued on Saturday, winning 6 events en route to a 36th-straight state championship.
Tiltmann is a versatile swimmer who has the potential to star in a number of events for the Hoosiers. Some of her best races are mid-distance free and IM.
Indiana Swim Club’s Brendan Burns crushed his lifetime best 200 free time from 2018 Summer Nationals by more than one second to win the event with a 1:50.14.
1:01/2:17 LCM butterflyer Katie Forrester has announced her verbal commitment to the Hoosiers. She will head to Bloomington in the fall of 2022.
Katharina Wrede will bring her sprint prowess to the Hoosiers in 2022 and will have an immediate impact on both individual and relay events.
Carmel, Indiana’s MacKenna Lieske, a Summer Juniors qualifier in the 100 breast and 200 IM, has announced her intention to swim for the in-state Hoosiers.
Scoring 479 points, Carmel won by their largest margin in history, finishing 279 points ahead of Fishers (200).