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Another week, another hornet’s nest of ranked opponents for No. 16 IU women’s swimming and diving.
IU men’s swimming and diving will be going separate ways this weekend, as the swim team will be in Knoxville, Tennessee, competing in the University of Tennessee Invitational from Nov. 21-23.
IU men’s swimming and diving had a doubleheader this weekend at home versus No. 11 University of Louisville and No. 2 University of Texas.
Through one day of action at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, IU women’s swimming and diving had begun its homecoming with a 166-115 defeat of the No. 13 University of Louisville, but fell just short of No. 8 University of Texas at Austin, 146-134.
No. 4 IU men’s swimming and diving will take on No. 11 University of Louisville and No. 2 University of Texas on Friday at 1:30 p.m.
IU women’s swimming and diving returns home Friday to familiar waters marred by fierce opposition. The two-day matchup against the University of Texas and the University of Louisville will be a three-way battle of ranked schools seeking early-season supremacy.
IU men’s swimming and diving returned home to the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center in stride, defeating ranked conference foes Michigan and Iowa. Though the score read 165-135 over Michigan and 245-55 over Iowa, IU’s biggest win of the day came against its own depth chart.
IU women’s swimming and diving bested Notre Dame 172-128 while falling short against Kentucky, 161-139. The team left Lexington, Kentucky, on Wednesday with a win, a loss, and some much-needed answers. One of these came in the form of freshman Cora Dupre, who confirmed that IU’s youth can pick up where the class of 2019 left off.
IU men's swim and dive swept the yearly Big Ten swimming and diving awards, the conference announced Monday.
IU swim Coach Ray Looze has made his program one of the most innovative in the nation when it comes to training.
Only 10 other swimmers have ever accomplished the same feat IU swim and dive signee Emily Weiss did at the 2018-19 Indiana state swimming championships.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team's performance against then-No. 2 Michigan disappointed Coach Ray Looze last week.
Just before IU's first meet of the season, on Oct. 21, sixth-year senior diver Jessica Parratto announced she wouldn’t participate due to a neck injury.
Swimming Coach Ray Looze and diving Coach Drew Johansen added six new Hoosiers at the beginning of the first signing period of the year, each hailing from a different state.
The undefeated IU men's swimming and diving team will compete at the three-day IU Invitational against top-ranked North Carolina State, Louisville, Arizona State and Southern Methodist University at home Thursday.
The men’s Big Ten roster defeated the Atlantic Coast Conference 179-174 with the help of strong performances from IU members. As a whole, the IU men took part in two winning relays, had eight individual victories and had four swimmers set the fastest times in the nation in their respective events.
Fighting through illnesses and opening day nerves, the IU men’s swim and dive team defeated Notre Dame, Kentucky and Missouri for their 25th consecutive dual-meet victory Wednesday.
A blue swim cap with a Kentucky logo flashed in the corner of senior Lilly King’s eye.
IU men’s swimming and diving will open its 2018-19 season against Notre Dame, Kentucky and Missouri in Bloomington on Wednesday — the first of its four home meets this season.
Readers frequently encounter sports jargon that is completely foreign to them. Men’s swimming and diving has a multitude of events, each with their own regulations. Here is a list of some competition categories and a bit about each event.