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Friday, January 30, 2015

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Michigan Swimming

Ohio State out touches Michigan in duel

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Senior captain Courtney Beidler lost her voice edging on the Michigan women’s swim team against Ohio State. But in the end, Beidler’s effort was in vain as No. 19 Ohio State edged No. 21 Michigan 181-172 in Columbus.

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Suit up! Men’s swim responds to rouse, emerges victorious

BY MAX BULTMAN

As if the Wolverines’ 151-147 road victory wasn’t exciting enough on its own, the meet featured some unusual gamesmanship in a desperate attempt to emerge victorious.

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Deadly in the medley: How one relay is taking over the pool

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Michigan women’s swim and dive coach Mike Bottom has figured out part of the formula. This year he put senior Angie Chokran, sophomores Ali DeLoof and Zoe Mattingly and freshman Julia Fiks Salem together to make a powerhouse 200-medley relay.

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Women's Swimming

Women's swimming splits weekend meets

BY CAROLYN KODIS

Michigan (2-3 Big Ten, 5-4 overall) split its weekend meets with a loss at No. 20 Purdue (3-0, 6-0) and wins over Northwestern (1-4, 6-5), No. 25 Notre Dame (6-4) and Rutgers (3-4).

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Exhausting weekend battle ahead for women’s swimming and diving

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BY BRAD WHIPPLE

In a close race to remain one of the top 25 teams in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America poll, Michigan will need to stay motivated in Indianapolis and Chicago.

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Men's Swimming

Men’s swimming snaps long hiatus with Orange Bowl Classic win

BY MICHAEL KESSLER

Michigan finished first out of four teams competing in the exhibition event and tallied seven individual victories and first-place finishes in both relays.

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Women’s swimming kicks off second half of the season with win at Orange Bowl Classic

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

If Michigan swimming coach Mike Bottom views this season as a series of building blocks, then the Orange Bowl Classic was a capstone for the 24th-ranked Wolverines, as the women won all 12 events.

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