The Fighting Illini swimming and diving team has released its 2018-19 schedule, which features three home dual meets against Big Ten foes Michigan State, Iowa and Nebraska.
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The Fighting Illini women’s swimming and diving team is set for a busy weekend, as the team plays host to Northwestern and Rutgers on Friday, October 27, at 3 p.m. CT, followed by a road meet against Southern Illinois and Illinois State in Normal, Illinois, on Saturday, October 28.
Illinois head swimming coach Sue Novitsky has announced the hiring of Elliott McGill as assistant coach.
The Fighting Illini swimming and diving team played host to Indiana State on Friday, October 13, at the ARC Pool.
The Fighting Illini women’s swimming and diving team will open its season on Friday, October 13, as the team hosts Indiana State at the ARC Pool.
Big 10 teams Illinois and Michigan State take home wins this weekend.
Fighting Illini swimming and diving head coach Sue Novitsky has received signed National Letters of Intent from four student-athletes in the Class of 2015.
“The team is doing pretty well. They’re excited to compete at a three-day invitational,” head coach Sue Novitsky said. “We’re going to get the opportunity to face some teams that we’ve never competed against before so it’s always fun to swim against some different competition.”
The Illini topped Illinois State, 197-102, and knocked of Southern Illinois, 207.5-91.5. The victories over the in-state foes are the Orange and Blue’s first wins of the young season.
Head Coach Sue Novitsky: ” Last year it was a very close meet and I think it’s going to be a tight one this year. They’re very well coached.”