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Friday, November 28, 2014

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Michigan Swimming

Men's Swimming

Records shattered as Michigan wins 12th NCAA National Championship

BY RAJAT KHARE

“It’s definitely time to celebrate,” Bottom said. “This team has worked hard all year at every meet and has swam fast since they got off on the block. They swam fast all throughout the season, and they got here and kept swimming fast.”

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Men's Diving

Hopes of qualifying for NCAAs end for Michigan diving

BY RAJAT KHARE

Five divers from the No. 1 Michigan men's swimming and diving team traveled to West Lafayette on Thursday in hopes of qualifying for a spot in the NCAA Tournament.

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Women's Diving

Michigan diving closes season out at Zone C Championships

BY BO BRADARICH

It was a shaky weekend for the No. 21 Michigan women’s diving team. Not a single diver made it through to the NCAA Championships.

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Men’s Swimming

Men’s swimming wins third straight Big Ten Championship

BY MARK TERWILLIGER

Throughout the four-day meet at Indiana’s Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington, the No. 3 Michigan men’s swimming and diving team (6-0 Big Ten, 8-0 overall) dominated the field in stunning fashion, capturing their third straight Big Ten Championship.

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Men's Swimming

Wolverines set three school records, settle for sixth in stacked Big Ten Championships

BY ZACH SHAW

While the Wolverines’ (4-2 Big Ten, 5-4 overall) sixth-place finish doesn’t raise any eyebrows, the incredible number of personal-best times — which Michigan coach Mike Bottom estimated was around 80-90 percent of Michigan’s races — led Bottom to walk away from the meet in high spirits.

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Men's swimming looking for third-straight Big Ten Championship

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BY RAJAT KHARE

Winning isn’t easy – especially in the Big Ten. But nobody has told the No. 2 Michigan men’s swimming and diving team that.

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For men’s swimming: the team, the team, the team

BY SHANNON LYNCH

“The team, the team, the team.”
Revered Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler coined that famous phrase back in 1983 and since then, it’s been associated with Michigan – and not just with the football team. It’s a saying that has traveled from the Big House, to Crisler Arena, to Yost Arena and, believe it or not, all the way to Canham Natatorium.

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