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
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.