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Redshirt freshman Jessica Parratto and IU alumna Amy Cozad competed in the USA Diving Synchro National Championships where they qualified for the 2015 FINA World Championships in Puerto Rico, which starts April 15.
IU freshman Jessica Parratto and 2013 IU graduate Amy Cozad competed in the USA Diving Synchro National Championships on Saturday where they qualified for this year’s 2015 FINA World Championships.
IU freshman swimmer Kennedy Goss was named one of 24 athletes competing for Canada in the 2015 FINA World Championships. The event will take place from July 24 to Aug. 9 in Kazan, Russia.
IU freshman James Conner and sophomore Michael Hixon were the ultimate duo for the Hoosiers as at least one placed in the top four of all of the diving events during the NCAA Championships in Iowa City, Iowa. These performances helped IU place 12th overall with 126 total points.
The IU men’s swimming and diving teams have placed in the top 10 of the NCAA Championships for three consecutive years and will be looking for a repeat.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team competed in the NCAA Championships in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday through Saturday.
Thursday’s NCAA Zone Diving Championship in Columbus, Ohio, will determine which members of the diving team will compete in the NCAA Championships, which begin March 26.
The IU men’s team will travel to Nashville, Tenn., on Friday to compete in the 2015 Southern Premier, its last chance to compete before the NCAA Championships.
The IU women’s swimming team has 12 athletes that have qualified for the 2015 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, tied for fourth-most with California.
The IU men’s team broke nine school records in Iowa City, Iowa, on its way to placing third in the Big Ten Championships during the weekend.
Indiana University’s men’s swimming and diving team finished day two of the Big Ten Championships in Iowa City, Iowa on Thursday.
IU began the Big Ten Championships on Wednesday in Iowa City, Iowa, with the 200 medley relay and the 800 freestyle relay.
The women’s swimming and diving team finished in second place at the Big Ten Championships on Saturday. Now, the men’s team will start its Big Ten Championships on Wednesday in Iowa City, Iowa.
The IU women’s team traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to compete in the Big Ten Conference Championships this weekend.
Day three of the Big Ten Championships in Columbus, Ohio ended on Thursday with the Indiana University women’s team sitting in third place with 179 points.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team started the Big Ten Championships on Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio, by competing in the 200 medley relay and the 800 freestyle relay.
The No. 15-ranked IU women’s swimming and diving team is headed to Columbus, Ohio, for the Big Ten Championships beginning Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Both the IU women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams competed over the weekend.
The men and women’s swimming and diving teams will be very busy this weekend, as they will be competing in a total of three matches between the two teams.
Both Indiana’s men’s and women’s teams managed comeback victories Saturday against Purdue in their senior night dual meets.