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With the Hoosiers taking on a highly touted Louisville team, the women
ranked No. 24 and the men ranked No. 12, securing wins Saturday
afternoon was not going to be an easy task.
Fresh off its sweep last Saturday against Purdue on live television, the
IU men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams face yet another tough
challenge. In their second home meet of the year, the Hoosiers will swim against
Louisville on Saturday at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center.
Led by a slew of top finishes, the No. 10 IU men defeated the No. 20
Boilermakers 166-134. The No. 8 IU women did the same, winning 169-130
against the No. 18 Boilers
Saturday’s Indiana swimming and diving competition in Bloomington
against in-state foe Purdue will be unlike any other dual meet in IU’s
In their meet in Ann Arbor, Mich., this season and their first meet in
more than a month, both IU men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams
fell to Michigan on Saturday, with the men losing 166-130, and the women
getting edged 151.5-148.5.
For the No. 10 IU men’s swimming and diving team, this weekend’s dual
meet at No. 4 Michigan is about rebounding from an earlier loss. For the
No. 8 women, this meet is all about not letting up after a previous
victory against the same team.
Freshman Dorina Szekeres has more than the normal first-year student issues on her college plate. An exchange student from Hungary, she is currently training for her country's Olympic team while learning her new surroundings.
Senior Allysa Vavra received the Big Ten Swimmer of the Week award Tuesday, days after her record-breaking Georgia Invitational.
Junior diver Zac Nees hadn’t won an event since the platform dive at the
2009 Hoosierland Invitational. Now, he’s won three events in the past
The No. 14 IU women’s and men’s swimming teams finished the three-day Georgia Invitational with top-five finishes.
Juniors Eric Ress and Ryan Hinshaw will lead a small group of IU
swimmers in the 2011 AT&T Winter National Championships today to
Saturday in Atlanta.
IU’s historic success in men’s swimming is largely attributed to
world-renowned former Coach Doc Counsilman. But the swimmers from Doc’s era know the real magic came from Doc’s wife’s lasagna.
After being swept by No. 1 Michigan and No. 2 Texas earlier this month,
the men’s swimming and diving team returned to dominate the pool,
winning 13 of 18 events. The women’s team collected four wins during the two-day meet.
Both the men’s and women’s teams will travel to State College, Pa., for a
double dual meet Friday and Saturday against Penn State and Virginia.
During his tenure at IU, Heff Huber has led the Hoosiers to 13 U.S. Diving
Combined Team National Championships and has coached divers to 72
All-American individual honors, five NCAA individual titles and 41
individual Big Ten titles.
The men’s swimming and diving team (2-2) went in to Ann Arbor, Mich.,
and lost against Michigan and Texas in a double-dual meet. The Hoosiers
fell to Michigan, 216-84 and lost to Texas 217.5-82.5.
On Saturday, the Hoosiers will compete in Ann Arbor, Mich., as the men’s
team will face Michigan (3-0) and Texas (0-0) in a double-dual meet
beginning at noon.
Two weeks ago, 1,600 miles away and 5,000 feet above sea level in a
foreign nation, senior swimmer Allysa Vavra had what she calls a career
The women’s swimming and diving team (2-2) traveled to Ann Arbor, Mich.,
on Friday for a double-dual meet against Michigan and Texas, defeating
the Wolverines 178-122 but falling to the Longhorns, last year’s No. 6
team in the nation, 165-133.
Swimmers senior Allysa Vavra and sophomore Brenna MacLean are returning from the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mex. as medalists in the second-largest international multi-sport games, behind only the Summer Olympics.