2016 Big Women's Swimming Tournament
BIG TEN WOMEN'S SWIMMING
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Schedule
Wednesday, Feb. 15 - RELAYS at 6:30 p.m.
200 Medley Relay
800 Freestyle Relay
 
Thursday, Feb. 16 - PRELIMS at 11 a.m.
500 Freestyle
200 Individual Medley
50 Freestyle
1-Meter Diving - Trials (1 p.m.)
1-Meter Diving - Consolation Final
 
Thursday, Feb. 16 - FINALS at 6:30 p.m.
500 Freestyle
200 Individual Medley
50 Freestyle
1-Meter Diving
400 Medley Relay
 
Friday, Feb. 17 - PRELIMS at 11 a.m.
100 Butterfly
400 Individual Medley
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke
3-Meter Diving - Trials (1 p.m.)
3-Meter Diving - Consolation Final
 
Friday, Feb. 17 - FINALS at 6:30 p.m.
100 Butterfly
400 Individual Medley
200 Freestyle
100 Breaststroke
100 Backstroke
3-Meter Diving
200 Freestyle Relay
 
Saturday, Feb. 18 - PRELIMS at 11 a.m.
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
Platform Diving - Trials (1 p.m.)
Platform Diving - Consolation Final
1,650 Freestyle (Approx. 4:15 p.m.)
 
Saturday, Feb. 18 - FINALS at 6:30 p.m.
1,650 Freestyle
200 Backstroke
100 Freestyle
200 Breaststroke
200 Butterfly
Platform Diving
400 Freestyle Relay


RESULTS
Live Results / Live Diving Scores / Complete Seven-Session Results

2017 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW

Women's Swimming & Diving Championship Release Get Acrobat Reader

ROSEMONT, Ill. -- The 2017 Big Ten Women's Swimming & Diving Championships hosted by Purdue University will be held Wednesday, Feb. 15 through Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. ET Wednesday with the timed finals of the 200-yard medley relay and 800-yard freestyle relay. Preliminary heats will begin at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the finals scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. each night.

Thursday's slate features the 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle and one-meter diving competition, with the 400-yard freestyle relay taking place that evening. Friday's schedule includes the 100-yard butterfly, 400-yard individual medley, 200-yard freestyle, 100-yard breaststroke, 100-yard backstroke and three-meter diving event, with the 200-yard freestyle relay finals contested during the evening.

Saturday's events include the 200-yard backstroke, 100-yard freestyle, 200-yard breaststroke, 200-yard butterfly, 1,650-yard freestyle and platform diving, with the 400-yard freestyle relay finals taking place that evening. 

Last season, Michigan won its first Big Ten Championship since 2004, amassing 1,361 points during the four-day event. Indiana finished second with 1,207.5 points, Minnesota placed third with 927.5 points, Ohio State was fourth with 859 points and Purdue rounded out the top five with 766.5 points.

The Wolverines return five first-team All-Big Ten selections, including Siobhan Haughey and Clara Smiddy. Last season, Haughey recorded a trio of first-place marks in the 200-yard individual medley (1:54.97), 200-yard freestyle (1:43.51) and the 100-yard freestyle (47.71), earning Swimmer of the Championships honors. Smiddy took home gold in the 100- and 200-yard backstroke events with times of 51.80 and 1:51.57, respectively.

The Hoosiers return first-team All-Big Ten honorees Marie Chamberlain, Gia Dalesandro, Kennedy Goss and Lilly King. Dalesandro won the 200-yard butterfly (1:54.77), while King claimed titles in the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke with times of 57.35 and 2:05.58, respectively. Chamberlain, King, Dalesandro and Goss were also part of the victorious 400-yard medley relay last season that set a new Big Ten Championships record with a time of 3:30.17.

Follow all the Big Ten Championships action at bigten.org and on Twitter @bigtenchamps.

Wednesday's Results
Heat Sheets / Relay Results 

Minnesota opened first day of competition taking the 200-yard medley relay gold with a Big Ten Championship record and NCAA A-cut qualifying time of 1:35.55. Michigan followed suit, taking first place in the 800-yard freestyle relay with a Big Ten Championship record and NCAA A-cut qualifying time of 6:55.34. The time replaces the Wolverines' previous record of 6:58.54, set last year in Ann Arbor.

After the first day of competition, Minnesota leads with 118 points, followed by No. 2 Michigan (114), No. 3 Wisconsin (110), No. 4 Indiana (108) and No. 5 Ohio State (102). Purdue sits in sixth with 92 points, while Northwestern and Iowa round out the top eight with 80 and 78 points, respectively.

Competition continues tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. ET with the 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle, one-meter diving competition and the 400-yard freestyle relay.
 
Thursday's Heat Sheets/Results
Prelims Heat Sheets / Prelims Results / One-Meter Diving Prelims / Finals Heat Sheets / Finals Results 

Thursday’s competition was highlighted by three Big Ten Championship records, including an NCAA-leading time of 21.48 set by Ohio State’s Liz Li in the 50-yard freestyle event. Indiana closed out the evening claiming the 400-yard medley relay title with an NCAA A-cut qualifying time of 3:28.89.

After two days of competition, Indiana leads with 329 points, followed by No. 2 Wisconsin with 326.5, No. 3 Michigan with 309, No. 4 Minnesota with 305 and No. 5 Ohio State with 257 points.

Competition resumes tomorrow morning at 11 a.m. ET with the 100-yard butterfly, 400-yard individual medley, 200-yard freestyle, 100-yard breaststroke, 100-yard backstroke and three-meter diving event. The 200-yard freestyle relay finals will be contested during the evening.

 
Friday's Heat Sheets/Results
Prelims Heat Sheets / Prelims Results / Finals Heat Sheets / Finals Results 

Friday’s competition drew national attention, as Indiana swimmer and former Olympian Lilly King claimed her third gold of the championships and a new world record. King touched first in the 200-yard breaststroke (56.30), eclipsing her previous American, U.S. Open and NCAA record of 56.85.

Heading into the final day of competition, Michigan leads with 805.5 points, followed by No. 2 Indiana with 791, No. 3 Minnesota with 753, No. 4 Wisconsin with 741 and No. 5 Ohio State with 529.5 points.

Action concludes tomorrow with the 200-yard backstroke, 100-yard freestyle, 200-yard breaststroke, 200-yard butterfly, 1,650-yard freestyle and platform diving. Preliminary heats will begin at 11 a.m. ET, with the finals and the 400-yard freestyle relay scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.

Saturday's Heat Sheets/Results
Prelims Heat Sheets / Prelims Results / Finals Heat Sheets / Finals Results


Michigan Wins 2017 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships
Wolverines capture their second consecutive title

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Michigan claimed the 2017 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship Saturday at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center on the campus of Purdue University. It’s the Wolverines’ second consecutive conference crown and the 16th in program history.

Michigan collected 14 top-three finishes and compiled 1,287 total points throughout the four-day event. Indiana finished second after collecting 1,125 points and Wisconsin was third with 1,101.5 points. Minnesota finished fourth with 1,086 points, while Ohio State recorded 837 points to finish fifth.

The Wolverines took home titles and set Big Ten Championship records in the 200-yard freestyle (Siobhan Haughey; 1:42.49), 500-yard freestyle (G Ryan; 4:34.40), 1,650-yard freestyle (G Ryan; 15:44.93) and 800-yard freestyle relay (Bi, Haughey, Deloof, Ryan; 6:55.34).

Indiana’s Lilly King was named Swimmer of the Championships, while Minnesota’s Yu Zhou was tabbed Diver of the Championships. Minnesota’s Tevyn Waddell claimed Freshman of the Year honors.

The complete 2017 All-Big Ten Teams and Sportsmanship Award honorees are listed below.

2017 Big Ten Individual Honors

Swimmer of the Championships: Lilly King, Indiana
Diver of the Championships: Yu Zhou, Minnesota
Freshman of the Year: Tevyn Waddell, Minnesota 



LIVE VIDEO STREAMING

The Big Ten Championships will be streamed live via BTN Plus on BTN2Go. The Big Ten Network will also televise Saturday's finals Sunday, Feb 19 at 10:30 a.m. ET. Complimentary access to BTN2Go is available to viewers connected to the internet network of a Big Ten university. Fans elsewhere can sign up for the pay-per-view webcasts.