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The Hoosiers earned two Big Ten titles, five school records and coach of
the year honors at the Big Ten Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
IU men's swimming and diving earned two Big Ten titles, five school records and coach of the year honors during the final day of the Big Ten Championships.
Before the 400-yard medley relay, the IU men’s swimming and diving team
was only 39 points away from Big Ten Championship leader Michigan.
After breaking two school records in the 200-yard medley relay and the
800-yard freestyle relay, the Hoosier men are tied with Ohio State for
second place overall with 66 points at the Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships.
After finishing 3.5 points behind second place in 2012, the No. 8 IU
men’s swimming and diving team has its eyes set on a top-two spot.
At the end of the 2013 Big Ten Championships in Minneapolis, the IU
women’s swimming and diving team lost to Minnesota by 160 points.
IU senior Amy Cozad tutors her teammates in math. She strives toward good grades. She also dives off structures 34 feet high.
IU's 800-yard freestyle relay team set a Big Ten record in a victory, as the Hoosiers' women's swimming and diving team ended day one of the Big Ten Championships tied for first place.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team travels to Minneapolis Wednesday
to begin competing in the 2013 Big Ten Championship meet.
With wins in 13 of 16 events, the No. 7 IU men’s swimming and diving
team bested Purdue 179.5-118.5 Saturday afternoon in West Lafayette.
On Friday, Evansville will travel to Bloomington to race against younger
IU swimmers. The rest of the swimmers and all of the divers are
competing against Purdue on Saturday.
On the men’s side, the No. 8 Hoosiers defeated the No. 14 Cardinals
193-107, and the No. 13 IU women’s team earned a victory against the No.
15 Louisville ladies, posting a score of 160-140.
IU Diving Coach Jeff Huber announced his retirement Friday afternoon.
The IU swimming and diving team will head to Louisville, Ky., to compete
against the Cardinals at 5 p.m. Friday in the Ralph R. Wright
After dominating her events at a dual meet against the Purdue
Boilermakers in West Lafayette this past weekend, freshman Brooklyn
Snodgrass has earned Big Ten Swimmer of the Week and Big Ten Freshman of
the Week honors.
Those who make the Olympic Performance Squad include divers who possess
the skill and determination it takes to compete on the Olympic Team in
the Olympic Games.
Currently, the Hoosier swimmer has two Big Ten Swimmer of the Week
awards and she has clinched the Big Ten Freshman of the Week title three
Boasting victories in 12 of 16 events, the Hoosiers finished the
meet 58 points over the Boilermakers with a final score of 179-121.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team will face another in-state rival at noon Saturday in West Lafayette against Purdue.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team will face another in-state rival at 12 p.m. Saturday in West Lafayette against Purdue.The competition will be aired live on the Big Ten Network.