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Michigan Swimming

How to 'Be an Athlete' for women's swimming and diving

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY SHANNON LYNCH

Three words bunched together create a remarkably simple phrase – “Be an athlete.” As simple as they might be, those words have had a massive impact on the freshman class of the No. 25 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team.

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Michigan obliterates Spartans, sets records

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SHANNON LYNCH

EAST LANSING — When junior Angie Chokran jumped into McCaffree Pool for the first time at Michigan State, she knew her family was right there on deck to motivate her. And by family, she meant her 35 teammates that make up the No. 25 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team.

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Women’s Swimming

Michigan outswims No. 15 Ohio State at Canham

BY ERIN LENNON

On a Friday evening in Canham Natatorium, when the maize and blue of the Michigan pep band stood side by side with parents sporting scarlet and gray, it was clear that the Buckeyes were in town.

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Men’s swimming takes second place at SMU Classic

BY SHANNON LYNCH

Three more points.

Three points were all that separated the No. 1 Michigan men’s swimming and diving team from what would have been its fifth consecutive SMU Classic title

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Women’s Swimming

Michigan splits with Northwestern and Notre Dame

BY BO BRADARICH

The No. 23 Michigan’s women’s swimming team split this weekend with Northwestern and No. 21 Notre Dame. The Wolverines outscored the Wildcats 192-108 but lost to the Fighting Irish 185-115.

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Top-ranked Wolverines flex muscles, take home Hawkeye Invitational title

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BY ZACH SHAW

In Iowa City for the three-day Hawkeye Invitational this past weekend, the No. 1 Michigan men’s swimming and diving team proved its ranking once again, finishing first out of five teams.

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Wolverines showcase new talent at Hawkeye Invitational

BY ERIN LENNON

In a repeat win of the Hawkeye Invitational this weekend, No. 22 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team swam like it had something to prove. After three days in the pool, the Wolverines finished first out of 10 teams with 876.5 points to win the competition for the second straight year.

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