2016 BIG TEN MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 24 – Saturday, February 27 Boilermaker Aquatic Center, West Lafayette, IN (Eastern Time…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch is the top seed in the 200 fly, chasing a four-peat of Big Ten titles in the event to close his stellar career at the conference level.
What does Michigan stud sophomore Paul Powers have in store for the field in the 100 free after his 18.85 50 free two days ago?
Sophomore Paul Powers demolished his personal best from this morning (19.03) and crushed a new Big Ten Conference record time of 18.85 to take the win tonight.
The Michigan Wolverines carried away wins tonight in the 500 freestyle, 200 IM and 50 freestyle, but Indiana sneaked in the 400 medley relay win.
The Michigan men lead the Big Ten Championships after just one day, but Wisconsin’s Matthew Hutchins and Ohio State’s Ching Lim carry top seeds into this morning’s prelims.
Competition at the 2016 men’s Big Ten championships kicks off tonight at Purdue University with the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay. The Michigan men will look to defend their streak of wins in the Big Ten.
Michigan’s Paul Powers is among those men with a LCM-converted time sitting well-above last year’s NCAA Championships invite mark.
University of Michigan men and women defeat Georgia Tech, Duke and Indiana.
A huge year of swimming kicked off last week, and for Michigan sophomore Paul Powers, it was a great start.
Anders Nielsen helped lead the Michigan men to a dominant victory against Virginia and Penn State this weekend in Ann Arbor.
Dylan Bosch posted two NCAA-leading times as the Michigan men lead against both Penn State and Virginia after the first day of this weekend’s meet.
Heading into his senior year, Dylan Bosch will look to regain his national title in the 200 yard butterfly after finishing 3rd last season.
Caeleb Dressel set a new National Age Group record tonight in the 50 free en route to winning his first senior national championship.
American Jack Conger got out-touched for gold on the final night of the World University Games in what was one of many very close finishes.