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Michigan Swimming

Michigan powers through the lanes in State College

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BY TED JANES

The Wolverines didn’t just make a splash in State College this weekend. They rolled through like a wave.

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Diving key in women's swimming win over Penn State

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

Thanks in part to two first-place finishes in diving, No. 6 Michigan defeated Penn State, 178-175, but fell short of Virginia, 184.5-168.5.

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Picking up speed, Michigan ranked No. 1 ahead of trip to Penn State

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BY TED JANES

They brought out the trophies this week at Canham Natatorium. Every piece of hardware the Michigan men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have ever collected, dating back to 1925, was on display. The historic array of bronzed plaques and silver and glass cups stretched the length of the pool while the Wolverines practiced.

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Ontario swimming quartet in tune at Michigan

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BY TED JANES

Oakville, Ontario isn’t it a big town, but there’s been a nice pipeline of swimmers coming down from the Canadian suburb to compete at Michigan.

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Michigan takes down Louisville and Indiana, but loses to Texas

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BY EVAN ROSEN

The Wolverines easily topped No. 9 Louisville, 232.50-120.50, just got by No. 20 Indiana, 179-174, and suffered defeat to Texas, 199-154.

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Men's Swimming and Diving

Powers, Whitaker contribute to vital depth

BY ALEX HAAB

With an impressive team that is able to boast depth, Michigan has a very capable freshman class that is already showing fantastic results, and as exemplified in Michigan‘s victory over Texas, Indiana and Louisville on Saturday.

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Team effort wills Michigan over trio of teams

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BY BEN KIM FOR THE DAILY

This weekend, the Wolverines (2-0 Big Ten, 4-0 overall) didn’t disappoint, winning a deciding final relay to clinch 237-116, 242.5-116 and 183-170 victories over Louisville (1-3), Indiana (2-2) and Texas (3-1), respectively.

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