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Michigan Swimming

Bottom's beliefs key to Michigan's success

James Coller/Daily

BY SYLVANNA GROSS

Frequently, athletics and philosophy don’t overlap. Yet Michigan men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach Mike Bottom has defined this juncture in a sport where athletes are under immense pressure to execute, and winners and losers are determined by hundredths of a second.

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Women's Swimming

Like father, like daughter

BY KEVIN SANTO

So naturally, when the signing day arrived for Emily Kopas, the 18-year-old talent followed the branches of her family tree to Canham Natatorium. But she didn’t do it for reasons you would expect.

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Seniors take charge in final home meet

Zach Moore/Daily

BY BEN KIM

Seniors Justin Glanda, Bruno Ortiz and Richard Funk certainly enjoyed their final home meet, never placing lower than fourth in the eight events that one of them competed in.

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On Senior Day, Chen enjoys a win and looks ahead

Zach Moore/Daily

BY MICHAEL GRIFFIN

At Chen's last-ever meet at Canham Natatorium, there were many reasons for the senior diver to be excited.

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Wolverines prevail over rival OSU on Senior Day

Zach Moore/Daily

BY AZALEA HINOJOSA

The Wolverines dominated Ohio State (1-1, 9-1), 190-110, ruining the Buckeyes undefeated record.

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Michigan delivers commanding performance in final home meet

Zach Moore/Daily

BY TED JANES

The Wolverines (5-0 Big Ten, 9-0 overall) won 12 events, dominating the Buckeyes by a score of 187-117. With the victory, Michigan remained undefeated for the season.

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Wolverines dominate dual meet at Canham Natatorium

Sam Mousigian/Daily

BY EVAN ROSEN

The No. 8 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team played host to Notre Dame and Northwestern at Canham Natatorium on Saturday morning, and greeted its guests with dominance in all heats.

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