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For the first time since 1976, an IU swimmer will compete for the United States in the Olympics.
IU junior diver Michael Hixon and his synchro partner Sam Dorman had been training together just two months when they stepped on the board for their first dive Saturday morning at
IU boasts 191 total Olympic swimming and diving berths, representing 22 countries. On Monday, IU Coach Ray Looze announced the program is receiving another Olympic-hopeful athlete: middle distance freestyle transfer Marwan Elkamash.
After being named Big Ten Coach of the Year on the women’s side, IU Coach Ray Looze was awarded the same honor for the men on Tuesday afternoon.
Their first meet of the season was almost six months ago in an opener against Cincinnati. Back then, the Hoosiers weren’t sure how the season would go. All they could do was dream.
The Hoosiers went in with a goal to place in the top-10 at NCAA championships. But more than halfway through the meet, it looked as though they might fall a little short.
After winning two NCAA titles as a freshman, standout breaststroke swimmer Lilly King was unanimously named Women’s Big Ten Swimmer of the Year on Tuesday. King was awarded the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Swimmer of the year as well.
Lilly King said she always knew she was fast. The freshman also said she knew she was capable of winning her events and setting records.
Four Hoosiers will have a chance to qualify for the NCAA Championships, depending on how they perform at the Zone C Diving Championships beginning today in West Lafayette, Indiana.
WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. – Sophomore Blake Pieroni walked along the pool deck at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center to the sound of “The Imperial March,” Darth Vader’s theme song from Star Wars.
It took IU two days to win its first gold medal. But when it did, it came in record fashion.
A second place Big Ten performance by the IU women left the team and IU Coach Ray Looze
Although it failed in its goal of winning the Big Ten Championships, the performance put on by the IU women’s team was no disappointment.
After two days of Big Ten Championship competition, IU is off to a good start.
The key this week for IU is simple: swim fast and dive well.
The Ralph Wright Natatorium was filled to capacity as IU faced Louisville for its last dual meet of the season.
One swimmer and one diver from the IU men’s team were awarded with Big Ten recognition Wednesday.
The IU swimming and diving team has a reputation as a leading program in the pool. The men are currently ranked in the Coaches Association as No. 9 in Division I, with the women at No. 12.
The IU swimming and diving team came out fired up and ready to go Saturday against in-state rival Purdue.
Something that sticks out about IU’s swimmers and divers is their ability to face any challenge thrown their way.