Women's Swimming and Diving

Senior Gabby DeLoof helped guide the Wolverines’ 200-yard freestyle relay team to victory.

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.

Junior Siobhan Haughey recorded a school-record time of 47.22 in the 100-yard freestyle over the weekend.

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

Junior Siobhan Haughty took first place in the 200-meter freestyle, 100-meter freestyle and 200-meter free relay.

In the first of many meets before Big Ten play later this season, the Wolverines put together a dominant performance as they topped Oakland, 203-90.

Junior G Ryan was part of Michigan’s historic 800-yard freestyle relay that swam a time of 6:53.63.

The Wolverines scored their most points at the NCAA national meet since 1999, finishing 11th with 159 points.

Sophomore distance swimmer Yirong Bi won the 400-meter individual medley and the 100-meter breaststroke against the Spartans.

On Saturday, the Michigan women’s swimming and diving team competed in 14 events. At the end of the day, the Wolverines walked away with wins in all of them.

Junior Clara Smiddy won both of her events, as Michigan defeated the Buckeyes at Canham Natatorium

Michigan, which has won its last 16 dual meets against Big Ten teams, won 14 of 16 events for a 212-88 victory against the Buckeyes, improving its Big Ten record to 3-0.

The Michigan women's swimming and diving team kept its dual meet win streak alive in Bloomington.

Buoyed by a balanced attack, the Wolverines won 12 of 16 events and went 1-2-3 in five of them.

The women's swimming and diving team traveled to Florida to compete in the Orange Bowl Classic on Jan. 3.

The Wolverines came in first place among the six teams competing, winning all 12 events and setting meet records in nine of them.

Michigan coach Mike Bottom prepares his swimmers and divers to be able to compete at a high level on the national stage.

The only Wolverine competing at the meet, freshman diver Kristen Hayden scored a 678.00 in the final round of dives to finish in 10th place.

With sophomore Catie DeLoof, sophomore Siobhán Haughey, freshman Vanessa Krause, and junior Gabby DeLoof in the pool—the No. 6 Michigan women’s swimming and diving team looked to best front-runners and former NCAA Championship contestants USC and No. 9 Louisville.

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