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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.
Three IU swimming and diving team members earned weekly conference honors.
Last season, a one-point win for the IU women’s swimming and diving team could’ve easily been a 10-point loss.
After nearly a month off, the IU swimming and diving team will compete in a tri-meet with Notre Dame and Big Ten foe Wisconsin on Friday and Saturday in Madison, Wisc.
IU swept the weekly Big Ten diving honors this week, as freshman Jessica Parratto and sophomore Michael Hixon were the women’s and men’s Big Ten Diver of the Week, respectively, the conference announced Tuesday.
Three IU swimmers earned Big Ten weekly honors this week. Junior Brooklynn Snodgrass is the women’s Big Ten Swimmer of the Week, while Blake Pieroni and Kennedy Goss are Big Ten co-freshmen of the Week for the men and women, respectively.
IU swimming Coach Ray Looze was named the women’s head coach for Team USA at the 2014 FINA Short Course World Championships, USA Swimming announced Thursday.
For freshman Kennedy Goss, swimming runs in the family.
IU sophomore Anze Tavcar is the Big Ten Swimmer of the Week, and sophomore Michael Hixon is the Big Ten Diver of the Week, the conference announced ?Tuesday.
IU needed to get some confidence back.
When it’s time for the Big Ten Championships in March, the IU swimmers get excited for more than the competition.
After claiming five Big Ten weekly awards two weeks ago, IU swimming and diving picked up two more this week.
On Friday, Michael Hixon stood on the same pool deck as his former Texas Longhorn teammates.
All four of IU men’s swimming’s losses in 2013 came to its first four opponents of the season.