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For the second straight season, the IU men’s swimming and diving team finished the season undefeated. The last dual meet loss for the program came more than two years ago on Jan. 16, 2016.
Saturday afternoon marked senior day for the IU swimming and diving team as they took on rival Purdue at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.
For the second time this season, IU swimming and diving will take the pool with Purdue and will look to add on to a strong performance from November. The in-state rivals are set to duel on Saturday at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center.
No. 8 Michigan hadn’t lost a home dual meet in more than a decade, but that streak came to an end Saturday afternoon when the Hoosiers came to town.
IU swimming and diving took a winter training trip to Tempe, Arizona, and are gearing up for the second half of the season.
At the Early Bird Invitational at the Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center on the campus of Purdue University, eight teams, including both the men's and women's IU teams, will compete in a three-day event Thursday to Saturday.
In its first home action of the young season at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center, the IU swimming and diving teams racked up three victories Thursday afternoon against No. 13 / 18 Notre Dame and Cincinnati.
It's all gone to according to plan so far for the IU men's swimming and diving team this season.
The No. 1-ranked IU men’s swimming and diving team continued its successful start to the season Friday by picking up a pair of wins in Knoxville, Tennessee. IU (4-0) took down No. 15 Tennessee and Kentucky to bring its dual-meet win streak up to 17.
After a pair of wins in Gainesville, Florida, last weekend, the IU men’s swimming and diving team has been named the No. 1 team in the country. The Hoosiers jumped five spots from their previous preseason rank of No. 6.
IU experienced its first action of the season this past weekend in Gainesville, Florida, in a tri-meet with Florida and defending men's NCAA champion Texas.
The season is finally here for the IU swimming and diving team as it travels to Gainesville, Florida, to take on the University of Florida and the University of Texas.
IU locked up four three-star 2018 football commitments, three from the state of Illinois, within the past two weeks. Matt Bjorson, Nick Marozas, Gavin McCabe and Aaron Casey have all verbally committed to play for IU.
With football season slowly creeping closer, IU has announced four new kickoff times for the upcoming
Bridget Smith joined the rowing team in the 2012-13 academic year and wasn’t prepared for what was about to happen.
Thunderstorms forced IU rowing to wait an extra day to compete in the Dale England Cup in Bloomington, but delays did not seem to faze the Hoosiers. IU won the cup for the first time since 2010.
The recent allegations from former IU rower Katlin Beck against IU athletics have been a topic of conversation ever since Beck’s interview with “Outside the Lines,” an ESPN program.
In one of the most prestigious regattas in the nation, the Clemson Invitational, IU finished in eighth place out of 21. The Hoosiers only finished behind teams ranked among the top 20 in the country.
Former IU rower Katlin Beck told ESPN’s Outside the Lines in a report that aired Sunday that IU attempted to cover up her injuries and forced her to practice despite pain.
IU will compete in the Clemson Invitational, one of the most prestigious competitions in the country, on Saturday morning. The race includes three of the top five teams in nation — No.14 Washington State, No. 4 Ohio State and No. 5 Texas.