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Michigan Swimming

With gaps ahead, Michigan announces six recruits

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BY TED JANES

With holes to fill, the Michigan men’s swimming and diving coach Mike Bottom recently welcomed a six-man class to Ann Arbor for the fall of 2015. The recruits hail from all across the country, including two from outside the United States.

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Men's Swimming and Diving

With Rhodes Scholarship, Moore exemplifies Michigan

BY ISAIAH ZEAVIN-MOSS

Moore was selected Nov. 22 as one of the 32 students for the American Rhodes Scholar Class of 2015.

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Amidst changes, Jahnke leads Wolverines through weekend in North Carolina

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BY TED JANES

Fifth-year senior diver Thomas Jahnke has been through it all. He was recruited by one coach, developed under another and is finishing his career with a third. This weekend, he led the Michigan men’s diving team as it competed at the Dowd Nike Cup Invitational.

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Chen places first at Nike Dowd Cup

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BY CAROLYN KODIS

It’s not even halfway through the season and though the No. 12 Michigan women’s diving team has always had its sights set on the National Championships, now it has become more attainable.

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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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