The Michigan Wolverines hosted the Michigan State Spartans for a men’s dual on Friday, in what was potentially the final dual meet between the two programs.
Brendan Burns won both butterfly events as the IU men got the job done over Michigan and Northwestern, while Wolverine Maggie MacNeil went a 200 free PR.
The Carmel High School boys set national public high school records in the 200 medley relay (1:27.94) and in the 500 free (Jake Mitchell’s 4:14.68.
Cal and Texas continue to duel for the nation’s top spot, with veterans like Reece Whitley (pictured) and Drew Kibler leading the way and rookies stepping up.
Andrew Wilson posted the top time in the men’s 200 breast on the final day of competition at 2020 U.S. Open Chamionships.
Zach Harting, fresh off competing in the ISL this season, is scheduled to race the 200 fly this morning, where he holds the top seed.
US Olympian Cody Miller is one of several US National Team members racing here this evening, and has the top seed in the 100 breast.
Maggie MacNeil, meanwhile, hit 51’s in the 100 fly and back and led off the medley relay with a very quick 23.72.
Davis also hit lifetime bests in the 100 free and 100 breast as Carmel raced 100s of each stroke this weekend.
Almost half of voters picked the Michigan men to repeat as Big Ten champions, despite a 146.5-point Indiana margin in returning points.
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.
When you recruit a butterflyer and a miler, and still add immediate upgrades to your 200 free relay. How did Georgia do it? Range, range, and more range.
It’s an elite class of IMers heading into the NCAA next fall (assuming there’s a season), led by Carson Foster and a host of World Junior medalists.
Juan Ceresa from Longhorn Aquatics has announced his commitment to swim for the University of Michigan for 2020-21.