March 21, 2009
At the conclusion of Day 2 at the 2009 NCAA Women’s Swimming and Divining Championships, Indiana fronts the conference in 10th place, earning 114 points. Wisconsin follows closely behind in the 11th position as the Badgers totaled 96.5 team points. Minnesota recorded 92 points while holding down the 13th spot. Purdue garnered 40 points after the two days of competition as the Boilermakers sit in 16th. Michigan tallied 23 points after Saturday’s finals, claiming 22nd place while Penn State rounds out the conference contingent in 35th place with four points.
Competition resumes on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. CT with the prelims of the 200-yard backstroke.