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The Indiana Daily Student sports desk revisits the top Hoosiers seasons from last year. All spring sports are not being considered due to the small sample size of games that were played.
He went to sleep every morning in Egypt at 5 a.m. to keep himself on Bloomington time with the pool on his mind. Sometimes, he dreamed of swimming — the early morning practices, training for the race of his life or hoping everything goes back to normal once again. In his waking hours, he was surrounded by water that he’s forbidden to enter.
I sat next to an older lady at 6:30 a.m. March 14 while flying to Florida. We exchanged pleasantries and made casual conversation. It’s an odd predicament how a global pandemic can make for quality bonding with strangers.
For the first time since 2017, the Big Ten men’s swimming and diving champions were not wearing cream and crimson Saturday night. It was the 41st conference championship for Michigan.
IU’s championship reign began Feb. 25, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. Since then, the men’s swim and dive team has defended its championship two times.
IU women’s swimming and diving took third place in the Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center in Iowa City, Iowa.
As the women’s swimming team looks to defend their Big Ten title in Iowa City this week, the men will stay home and race against the clock.
Last February, IU women’s swimming and diving earned the Big Ten title in its home Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, edging out Michigan through a four-day contest. Wednesday, the defending champions head to Ames, Iowa, hoping to replicate that success.
IU men’s swimming and diving will close out its regular season with a top-10 matchup against the University of Louisville on Friday at the Ralph Wright Natatorium in Louisville, Kentucky.
Two months ago, IU women’s swimming and diving stayed afloat to beat the University of Louisville over a two-day stretch at home. The Hoosiers travel Friday to the Bluegrass State to try to replicate that achievement, something head coach Ray Looze said he knows will be a daunting undertaking.
Prior to IU’s dual meet versus in-state rival Purdue, IU recognized Mohamed "Mishu" Samy and fellow senior Wyeth Brock as part of senior day. But to Samy, Saturday was just another step toward his goal of an NCAA title.
The No. 5 IU men’s swim and dive team will look to extend its win streak over Purdue to ten consecutive meets Saturday, dating back to Feb. 5, 2011.
Amid a schedule loaded with top-10 opposition, Saturday’s meet versus unranked Purdue at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center will be a change of pace for IU women’s swimming and diving. After falling to Big Ten-favorite Michigan last week, this rivalry matchup is an opportunity for IU to reestablish itself among the league’s upper echelon.
Another week, another hornet’s nest of ranked opponents for No. 16 IU women’s swimming and diving.
IU men’s swimming and diving will be going separate ways this weekend, as the swim team will be in Knoxville, Tennessee, competing in the University of Tennessee Invitational from Nov. 21-23.
IU men’s swimming and diving had a doubleheader this weekend at home versus No. 11 University of Louisville and No. 2 University of Texas.
Through one day of action at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, IU women’s swimming and diving had begun its homecoming with a 166-115 defeat of the No. 13 University of Louisville, but fell just short of No. 8 University of Texas at Austin, 146-134.
No. 4 IU men’s swimming and diving will take on No. 11 University of Louisville and No. 2 University of Texas on Friday at 1:30 p.m.
IU women’s swimming and diving returns home Friday to familiar waters marred by fierce opposition. The two-day matchup against the University of Texas and the University of Louisville will be a three-way battle of ranked schools seeking early-season supremacy.
IU men’s swimming and diving returned home to the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center in stride, defeating ranked conference foes Michigan and Iowa. Though the score read 165-135 over Michigan and 245-55 over Iowa, IU’s biggest win of the day came against its own depth chart.