Caeleb Dressel wasn’t the only versatile sprinter to explode at SECs. Say hello to Tennessee’s Erika Brown.
The Michigan Wolverines took the crown at the 2018 B1G Women’s Championships, dominating the meet with 1,465 points.
Red-hot Beata Nelson and Siobhan Haughey return as #1 seeds, while Lilly King is set to defend her national title.
Ohio State’s Zhesi Li will go for her third individual title on day 4 at B1G Ten’s in the 100 free.
Lilly King will be hunting down a third consecutive B1G title in the 100 breaststroke tonight.
Minnesota’s Lindsey Kozelsky is expected to qualify through to tonight’s 100 breast A final.
Purdue’s Kaersten Meitz is looking to steal a win away from the traditional Big Ten powerhouse teams in the 500 free.
Haughey has been stellar this year, and she currently ranks in the top 5 nationally in the 100 free, 200 free, and 200 IM.
The Wolverines were boosted by the return of Siobhan Haughey, who has been out recently with an indisclosed injury.
Lilly King was a key member of Indiana’s record breaking 200 medley relay on night 1.
Fresh off its first undefeated dual-meet slate in 20 years, the No. 3-ranked University of Michigan women’s swimming and diving team enters the postseason this week at the Big Ten Championships, held Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. 14-17) at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio.
G Ryan will lead Michigan as they search for their third-straight B1G title later this month.
Seven-time Big Ten champ Siobhan Haughey is dealing with an undisclosed injury with no word on whether she’ll be available for the team’s conference meet.
Katie Ledecky and Mallory Comerford are tied for most NCAA ‘A’ cuts with 4 each.
Who volunteered to make the biggest leap in our first Power Rankings after mid-season invites? Hint: they’ve got 4 sophomores in major NCAA scoring range, including the fastest 100 flyer in the nation.