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Friday, April 24, 2015

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Michigan Swimming

One twist at a time, Timothy Faerber is bringing diving back to Michigan

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BY MAX BULTMAN

The dive team has always flown under the radar. But that won’t always be the case — Faerber’s making sure of that.

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Six Wolverines earn All-American Honors at the NCAA Championships

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BY BRANDON HANDELSMAN

Under the bright lights of the NCAA Championship, the Wolverines not only proved that they deserved to be at the meet but also recorded impressive, All-America caliber performances throughout the week.

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Come on in, the water's fine: Wolverines win fourth straight title

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BY MAX BULTMAN

The seniors will leave Michigan having won a Big Ten title in every season they’ve competed.

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Men's Swimming and Diving

Michigan to host Big Ten Championships with fourth straight title on the line

BY ZACH SHAW

Dominating the Big Ten has become a routine for the No. 2 Michigan men’s swimming and diving team. This year, as defending national champions, Michigan is poised to win its fourth straight title.

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Women's swimming finishes fifth at Big Ten Championship

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

After four days of competition, the Wolverines walked away with a fifth-place finish, new school records, multiple NCAA qualifying times and an individual Big Ten Champion.

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Men’s Swimming and Diving

Senior Day all about the details for men's swimming

BY JOHN KOPKO

Four different national anthems representing Canada, South Africa, Japan and the United States echoed through Canham Natatorium on Saturday in honor of the graduating seniors swimming their final regular season Big Ten meet against Michigan State.

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Women’s swimming sinks Spartans on senior night

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BY ZACH SHAW

In the final length of the 100-yard breaststroke, Angie Chokran was several yards ahead of her competition. Fittingly, on a senior night that was all about the No. 20 Michigan women’s swim team, the next two swimmers were also wearing maize and blue winged caps.

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