Swimming has given us another down-to-the-wire conference championship meet on the final day of the Big Ten Men’s Swimming Championships. Above: Brendan Burns
Racking out another solid 3-event morning session were the Michigan Wolverines, whose projected 250+ points will boost them into the lead.
After a 44.8 fly leg on Indiana’s winning 400 medley relay last night, Brendan Burns will try to snag the top seed in the 100 fly A-final.
West Virginia University transfer Hunter Armstrong led off OSU’s medley in 44.92, which was an enormous best for the sophomore.
The 21-year-old Swedish freshman anchored the Golden Bears to a fifth straight win in the 200 medley relay at the Pac-12 Championships.
It’s hard to gauge the firepower for the top five teams or so this year with the truncated season, but Indiana looks to have a slight edge.
Ackerman, a freshman, knocked two seconds off of her best to finish in 4:05.58, nearly two seconds ahead of the old Michigan record.
Fordham swimmer Dillane Wehbe recently shared a post on Instagram opening up about his struggles with depression and his suicide attempt.
Michigan ended a three-year Indiana run last year, but IU and Ohio State return strong groups in chase of Michigan for 2020-2021.
Canyons Aquatic Club’s Charles Morici will swim for the University of Michigan in the class of 2024.
Minnesota All-American Max McHugh, a sophomore, leads the way into the 100 breast final at the 2020 Men’s Big Ten Championships.
Michigan’s Felix Auboeck is chasing his 4th consecutive victory in the Big Ten 500 free today.
The top two teams are clear. Everything after that… completely unpredictable. Our five voters take an opening shot at preseason Power Rankings.
Senior leader Felix Auboeck is back after a heroic win in the mile at the 2019 NCAA Championships. He needs to be as lethal in the 200/500 free this year.
Liam Bell is the best 100 breaststroker in this recruiting class, and he highlights one of the top 10 classes nationwide.