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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.
Juniors Alyssa Vavra, Brittany Strumbel and Gabriella Agostino claimed individual wins in Friday's and Saturday's dual meet.
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.
IU sophomore swimmer Eric Ress was named Big Ten Swimmer of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday.
Swimming and diving head coach Ray Looze said last season was a good year for both the men and women’s team. Friday both teams start their dual meet season.
Diving again was all junior Cassidy Kahn wanted. But during the past year, she has gotten more than that.
Kahn’s accomplishments reached their peak for the 2009-10 season when
she was awarded the 2010 Thomas A. Brady Comeback Award last week. The
award is given to someone who overcame adversity or injury and returned
to excel beyond expectations in their respective sport.
It has been a season of ups and downs for the men’s swimming and diving team.
After a regular season in which they went 1-6 in dual meets, the
Hoosiers finished fifth at the Big Ten Championships in February.
With 10 swimmers and two divers, the Hoosiers ended up with 133 points and finished as the top Big Ten team.
Many swimmers contributed to that point total, but senior Kate Fesenko was the star for IU.
The No. 25 IU men’s swimming and diving team, winless in dual meets
since defeating Northwestern on Oct. 23, will attempt to avenge losses
when the Men’s Big Ten Championships begin today in Columbus, Ohio.
The decisive win the IU women’s swimming and diving team had been
looking for all year could not have come at a better time. The No. 14
Hoosiers became back-to-back Big Ten Champions on Saturday, finishing
185.5 points ahead of second-place Minnesota.
Powered by seniors Kate Fesenko and Donna Smailis, the IU women's
swimming and diving team repeated as Big Ten champions with 758 points,
185.5 more than second-place Minnesota.
The IU women’s swimming and diving coaches gave each swimmer a T-shirt with a target on the back during this week’s practice. This is exactly what the No. 14 Hoosiers will have when they step foot in West Lafayette to defend their Big Ten title.
With an NCAA Championship and an Olympic roster spot already scratched
off her list, Christina Loukas was still pining for a USA Diving
National Championship. Now, the IU graduate can tick that box, too.
With a win against No. 13 Louisville this past weekend and three-time
Big Ten Swimmer of the Week senior Kate Fesenko leading the way, the
women’s swimming and diving squad has, for a young team, made
astounding progress this year.
Three IU divers are pre-qualified for the event being held Thursday through Monday in Columbus, Ohio.
The No. 12 IU women’s swimming and diving team will battle another
ranked opponent in No. 22 Purdue on Saturday at Counsilman-Billingsley
The Hoosiers’ match with the Boilermakers is one of only two remaining dual meets before the Big Ten and NCAA championships.
The No. 12 IU women’s swimming and diving team opened 2010 “right” with a 130-113 win against No. 16 Michigan.
Two years ago, Cassidy Kahn was a healthy freshman athlete excited to start her collegiate
diving career. All of that changed when a few rashes appeared on her legs.
IU’s No. 13 women’s swimming and diving team and No. 8 men’s swimming and diving team both have busy weekends ahead of them.
IU’s swimming and diving team has one last opportunity to compete together before the new year.