Fourth-place finish at NCAA Championships marks legacy for seniors in the program.
After finishing day one in 10th place overall, the Wolverines put together a dominant showing in the second day of the competition.
Canham Natatorium was filled with waves of talent and excitement on Friday night. The No. 3 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team finished its season with a 10-0 record, beating in-state rival Michigan State with a final score of 187-89.
Sophomore Vanessa Krause won the 100 and 200-yard butterfly in her first meet of the season.
The fourth-ranked Wolverines had a successful return home to Canham Natatorium.
Players and athletes often call their teams families, and for the DeLoof sisters, that's actually a reality.
Nikki Canale and Christy Cutshaw had a triumphant homecoming at the 2017 USA Diving Winter National Championships.
The Wolverines led the event at the end of each day, scoring 991.5 points and beating second-place Georgia by 158 points.
For the No. 3 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team, this weekend’s meet at No. 17 Minnesota resulted in victories over the Golden Gophers, No. 18 Wisconsin and Penn State.
The sixth-ranked Wolverines did not perform as convincingly as a whole, but they still showed their talent in the SMU Classic on Friday and Saturday