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.
BY RAJAT KHARE
Though this weekend’s competition doesn’t feature swimming powerhouses, for the young guns of the No. 1 Michigan men’s swimming team, the upcoming meet could prove to be crucial.
BY BO BRADARICH
With the Hawkeye Invitational right around the corner, the No. 22 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team used this weekend’s three-day Purdue Invitational to show case some of its younger athletes.
BY RAJAT KHARE
The Wolverines (3-0 Big Ten, 4-0 overall) entered the Lee and Joe Jamail Swimming Center looking for their second consecutive win over No. 5 Texas and No. 8 Indiana. Just half of a point separated Michigan from the Longhorns in a loss last year, and the Wolverines looked to come away with a more assertive win this fall.
BY PETER DENNIS
At Michigan’s first annual Water Carnival, the pool deck turned into a circus.
BY ZACH SHAW
After taking down Wisconsin 172.5-112.5 in its season-opening victory last week, the Michigan men’s swimming and diving team was back in the water again Friday night. The opponent changed but the result was the same, as the Wolverines defeated Minnesota, 170-124, at Canham Auditorium.
BY ISABELLA ACHENBACH
The Minnesota (0-1 Big Ten, 0-1 overall) and Oakland swimming and diving teams must have been shocked coming into their first regular season action and racing in events that have never been held in a college meet.