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Friday, March 6, 2015

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Michigan Swimming

It's not just another: Michigan wins fifth straight Big Ten title

James Coller/Daily

BY TED JANES

After the last race of the meet, an elated head coach Mike Bottom jumped into the pool alongside his staff to celebrate a fifth consecutive Big Ten Championship, a streak that began in 2011.

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Women's Swimming and Diving

Wolverines finish third at Big Ten Championships

BY KEVIN SANTO

The four-day meet was highlighted by an overall third-place finish, five NCAA ‘A’-cut times and eight school record-breaking performances.

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Women's Swimming and Diving

Teammates in the water and best friends on land

BY SYLVANNA GROSS

Despite knowing her for a little more than a year, freshman Hannah Moore doesn’t have a shortage of good things to say about new best friend and teammate, freshman Clara Smiddy.

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Wolverines finish off record-setting season

Zach Moore/Daily

BY EVAN ROSEN

Michigan continued its dominance, winning 14 of 16 events for a final score of 199-95.

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Swimmers leave their mark in final regular season meet

Zach Moore/Daily

BY TED JANES

Saturday, the Wolverines broke six pool records, two of which had lasted for over a decade.

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Women's Swimming and Diving

Michigan women's swimming and diving looks to finish season strong

BY LELAND MITCHINSON

It’s yet another rivalry week for the No. 15 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team.
Friday, the Wolverines will travel to East Lansing to take on Michigan State. Michigan is looking for last week’s success against Ohio State to propel it to another victory in the team’s final dual meet of the season.

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Men's Swimming and Diving

Michigan finishing rivalry competition in pursuit of perfect record

BY BEN KIM

With the Big Ten season coming to a close, Michigan (5-0, 9-0) has a chance at an undefeated season. It would mark the Wolverines’ fourth unbeaten record in a row, the fifth in seven years under Michigan coach Mike Bottom and the program’s 27th overall.

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