Notre Dame hosted Ball State and Green Bay for all 3 teams’ last regular season meet. The Fighting Irish came out on top of Ball State and Green Bay in both the men’s and women’s meets.
Notre Dame was responsible for breaking 7 of their own pool records en route to topping the field in the men’s and women’s scoring.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish completed their two day dual against FSU, winning against their men and women today.
Notre Dame freshman Zach Yeadon posted the nation’s second-fastest time in the 1650 in a Fighting Irish victory over in-state rival Purdue on Friday
Bethany Galat had two individual wins as Texas A&M dominated day 1 against Notre Dame and MSU.
Abbie Dolan was a key player in the win, bringing home 3 individual victories. In the 200 free, Dolan and Louisville’s NCAA champ Mallory Comerford were separated by just a hundredth.
Lanza took a sizeable lead in the 200 IM as he took gold in 2:03.31. Lanza then won another gold in Meet Record time with his 53.07 in the 100 fly.
Former Auburn standout Ashley Neidigh is making waves at her new home in Indiana.
Former U.S. National Teamer Amanda Kendall (above) is now training in Indiana, and swam the 3rd best time of her career on Friday.
Tonight’s action will feature a battle between ACC Record holder Hennessey Stuart and Championship Record holder Grigory Tarasevich in the 200 back, but Robert Owen may also challenge for the title in that event.
Matt Grauslys was one of multiple Notre Dame pool record-setters on Saturday
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish dominated their tri-meet with Iowa and Illinois.
Sophomore freestyler Tabahn Afrik was a triple-winner for the Irish on Friday
The Virginia women hit the accelerator on day 2 of their dual meet with Notre Dame, sweeping all 9 individual events as Virginia won the men’s and women’s meets with their ACC foes.
Emily Fogle’s 200 Breast highlighted a strong final session at the Purdue Invitational.