After a loss to Harvard on Friday, Rutgers managed to rally to a win over Northeastern the next day with a final score of 168-128.
Harvard hosted Rutgers for a women’s dual meet at Blodgett Pool on Friday, emerging victorious in a 169-131 decision.
Rutgers made program history this past weekend, as they topped Purdue for the first time in a two-day Big Ten face-off.
After completing a four-peat last night in the 50 free, Michigan senior Maggie MacNeil is a near-lock to do so once again on Friday in the 100 fly.
Led by senior Maggie MacNeil and a strong freshman contingent, the Wolverines look to reclaim the Big Ten title after three straight runner-up finishes.
Despite the lopsided final team score, Rutgers showed out in the relays, breaking a trio of pool records, all of which were from the 1983 NCAA Championships.
Princeton’s Raunak Khosla won the 200 fly (1:42.4) in demanding fashion on Sunday, picking up his 4th individual NCAA “B” qualifying time of the weekend.
George Washington University sophomore Djurdje Matic posted a 45.72 100 fly to clear both the GW team record and last year’s NCAA invite time.
Princeton junior All American Raunak Khosla blasted a 1:43.66 in the 200 IM, easily clearing last year’s NCAA invite time
Russian freshman Aleksandra Denisenko won three individual events for Harvard as the Crimson dominated Rutgers in New Jersey.
Anna Egorova (pictured) will look to add a second event to her Olympic program in the women’s 200 freestyle on Day 4 in Kazan.
Swimmers Federica Greco, Terka Grusova and Sofia Chichiakina and diver Lauren Boone have been named the Rutgers team captains for the 2020-21 season.
After an exciting night of relays, let’s get into some individual racing!
Michigan looks set to take the Big ten title back after getting dethroned by IU last year.
The Rutgers A squad was led off by Terka Grusova in a new 100 backstroke season best of 52.95