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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.
Five IU swimmers and divers were honored with Big Ten weekly awards, the conference announced Tuesday.
When James Connor visited IU for the first time, it was the middle of February 2014.
In the final leg of the 200-yard medley relay, freshman Ali Khalafalla was the first to touch the wall, and the IU sideline erupted.
swimming coach Ray Looze has made a point to elevate the level of competition
his team faces from season to season.
Parratto has traveled the world as an international diver.
Junior swimmer Brooklynn Snodgrass was named the Alberta International Female Swimmer of the Year at the Swim Alberta Awards Banquet on ?Saturday.
Three current and former IU swimmers were selected for the 2014-15 USA Swimming National Team, the organization announced Tuesday.
Michael Hixon has wanted to train with IU Coach Drew Johansen since he was 14 years old.
As just a sophomore, Brooklynn Snodgrass became only the second NCAA Champion in IU women’s swimming history, winning the 200-yard backstroke in 1:50.52, which was the second-fastest time in school history.
Weeks after earning bronze at the Commonwealth Games, IU junior Brooklynn Snodgrass picked up her second medal for the Canada National team Saturday at the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships in Australia.