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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.
The No. 11 IU men’s and No. 16 IU women’s swimming and diving teams brought home 10 individual wins in its first meet of the 2016 season on Saturday at McCauley Aquatic Center in Atlanta.
After some well deserved time to rest and recover, IU swimming coach Ray Looze said the team is back in the pool more than ready to take on the second half of its season.
When the season started, IU freshman swimmer Lilly King expected to improve, but she did not know just how far her training would take her.
Five IU swimmers traveled to Washington to compete in the AT&T Winter Nationals, while the rest of the team remained in Bloomington to play host to the Hoosierland Invitational this past weekend.
The IU swimming and diving program had a strong start to its weekend of competition as it continues the journey to Rio de Janeiro.
IU swim and dive will compete separately for the second time this season as national competition begins for the 2015-16 season. Five IU swimmers will compete in Federal Way, Washington, in the AT&T Winter National Championships, while the remaining athletes will stay in Bloomington for the Hoosierland Invitational.
The IU diving team has one last chance to achieve everything it has been working toward.
IU men’s and women’s swimming and diving swept its first Big Ten opponent of the season Saturday, as the Hoosiers topped the Wisconsin Badgers.
The IU swimming and diving teams are set to compete again, this time against a Big Ten opponent.
IU swimming and diving tallied 12 event wins and 16 NCAA divisional qualifying times this weekend, but it wasn’t enough to hold off Auburn.
The IU men’s swimming and diving team is out to defend its win last season against Auburn, while the women said they hope to avenge their 16-point loss.
IU swimming and diving was able to record wins in 14 events of Friday and Saturday’s double dual-meet against top-10 teams Florida and Texas.
IU has barely had time to put together its travel squad, but it’s already facing two of its toughest opponents this weekend for the second meet of the season.