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Friday and Saturday, the women’s team takes on two talented teams in
Michigan and Texas. Texas, who defeated IU last year, is coming off an
enormous victory against California, a perennial power that won the NCAA
Championship in 2009.
Juniors Alyssa Vavra, Brittany Strumbel and Gabriella Agostino claimed individual wins in Friday's and Saturday's dual meet.
The IU men's swimming team will take on defending NCAA champion Texas in a double-dual meet this weekend. Michigan will be the other team in competition.
As the Texas men easily defeated both IU and Michigan in Friday’s dual
meet, the Hoosiers ended up tying the Wolverines after Michigan squeezed out a victory in the last 25 yards of the final relay.
For the first time since October, the men’s and women’s swimming and
diving teams will be competing against the same opponents in the same
weekend. For the first time this season, the swimmers will be swimming
somewhere other than Bloomington.
Led by sophomore Eric Ress and junior Alyssa Vavra, both Hoosier teams
fell to the tough Virginia squad. The women beat the Nittany Lions
195-158, and the men’s results against Penn State were unavailable.
About 40 members of the IU swim team have shipped off to Columbus, Ohio for the USA Short Course Nationals. Members who didn’t make the trip will look to hold the fort at
this weekend’s Hoosierland Open along with the diving team.
The annual Hoosierland Open, which usually takes place during the
weekend before Thanksgiving, will lose a bit of its luster this year, as
about 80 percent of the swim team will be participating in USA Short
Course Nationals in Columbus, Ohio.
Junior Eric Ress had another good showing, finishing fifth in the
100-yard backstroke and posting the third-best time in school history in
the 200-yard backstroke, finishing fifth. Numerous women had top-five
finishes, from junior Nikki White in the 500-yard freestyle to junior
Alyssa Vavra in the 400-yard individual medley.
The swimmers all seem to enjoy the business of giving and receiving nicknames.
Swimming resurfaces their Big Ten rivalry with Michigan.
IU men's and women's teams sweep Michigan
The role of coaching changes when swimmers hit the pool.
Swimming and diving teams both hit the road to play Purdue, Tennessee
The road was not kind to the IU men's and women's swimming and diving team, as they lost their respective weekend matches.
The IU diving team will travel to Iowa to compete in the USA Winter Diving Nationals from Sunday through the rest of the week and both the IU men and women travel to Louisville to face Louisville and Virginia Tech on Saturday.
After a loss to Michigan earlier in the year, the women came back and won 157-127 against the Wolverines on Jan. 8. On Friday, the men were on a mission to bring Louisville down after a loss to the team last season.
The IU swimming team will travel to West Lafayette to take on rival Purdue this weekend.
When the IU men’s swim team woke up Saturday, it was down by 22 to arch-rival Purdue.
When the team went to bed that same night, it had claimed a 166-134 victory.
It’s crunch time for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. The women take part in the Big Ten Championship next week while 11 men will travel to the OSU Winter Open this weekend to finalize their Big Ten Championship roster.