The Big Ten Conference announced the Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2017 winter sports season and in total, 36 student-athletes from the men’s and women’s swimming & diving team were recognized.
Senior Madeline Sewell concluded her diving career at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind. on March 17.
The Michigan State swimming & diving team will be represented by senior Madeline Sewell in the one-meter dive at the 2017 NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships. The NCAA Championships stretches from March 15-18 at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind., and Sewell will compete at approximately 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 16.
Senior Madeline Sewell led Michigan State on the final day of the NCAA Division Zone C Diving Championships on Friday, March 10. Sewell finished fifth overall in the one-meter dive and will now compete in the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships on March 16.
The Michigan State men’s swimming & diving team had three swimmers compete in the 1650-yard freestyle and in the finals on the last day of the men’s Swimming & Diving Big Ten Championships on Feb. 25 at the McCorkle Aquatic Complex in Columbus, Ohio.
The Michigan State men’s swimming and diving concluded the third day of the Big Ten Championships at the McCorkle Aquatic Center on Feb. 24.
Two school records were broken on the second day of the men’s swimming and diving Big Ten Championships, Feb. 23. Michigan State was paced by freshman Payton Woods who broke an individual school record and contributed to a relay team record, while a handful of other Spartans nabbed points for the team.
The Michigan State men’s swimming & diving team wrapped up the first day of the Men’s Swimming & Diving Big Ten Championships, Feb. 22. The opening day consisted of two relay events, the 200-yard medley relay and the 800-yard freestyle relay.
The Michigan State men’s swimming and diving team is set to travel to Ohio States McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in Columbus to compete in the Big Ten Championships, which spans from Feb. 22 to Feb. 25.
Sophomore Cathryn Armstrong headlined Michigan State women’s swimming & diving efforts advancing to the finals in the 100-yard backstroke on day three of the Big Ten Championships at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center in West Lafayette on Friday, Feb. 17.
Michigan State women’s swimming & diving found themselves with a program record on the second day of competition at the Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships in the Boilermaker Aquatic Center in West Lafayette on Thursday, Feb. 16.
The Michigan State women’s swimming and diving team is set to compete in the Big Ten Championships, in West Lafayette, hosted by Purdue in the Boilermaker Aquatic Center Feb. 15-18. “We are really happy to be here and just looking forward to four good days of competing,” said head coach Matt Gianiodis. “Our kids have worked very hard this year and we are just looking forward to seeing them have great performances.”
Michigan State swimming and diving teams dropped its contests to Michigan, Feb. 4. The men fell by a score of 160-90, while the women dropped their meet 173-80. The Spartans raced at home for the final time of the season and the team honored their 11 seniors for their dedication to the program throughout the meet.
Michigan State swimming and diving will conclude its home and dual meet season hosting Michigan on Saturday, Feb. 4. The diving is slated to begin at 11 a.m. followed by Senior Day activities at 11:45 a.m. and the swimming events will begin at noon.
Michigan State men’s and women’s swim & dive teams were awarded College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-American honors after achieving a combined grade point average better than 3.0 in the fall semester.
Michigan State swimming and diving men and women’s team defeated Oakland University in its dual meet on Saturday, Jan. 21. The women won by a score of 157-143, while the men defeated Oakland 165-133.” Good thing is we won both meets,” said head coach Matt Gianiodis. “The better thing is that we swam really well, we dove really well. We had a lot of really great individual performances which was good. It was nice for our whole team to win a couple meets.”
Michigan State swimming & diving men and women’s teams fell to Ohio State on Friday, Jan. 20. The women fell by a score of 137-104, while the men dropped its contest 179.5-62.5 to the Buckeyes.
Michigan State swimming and diving team will return to action to compete in two events this weekend. The Spartans first swim against Ohio State on Friday, Jan. 20. The meet is set to start at 5 p.m. ET in the Charles McCaffree Pool. On Saturday MSU will turn around to travel to Rochester, Michigan to take on the Golden Grizzlies at the Oakland University Aquatic Center at 1 p.m. ET.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team dropped its contest to Purdue at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center pool on Friday, Jan. 13.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team will return to action for the first time in 2017 to compete in a dual meet at Purdue on Friday, Jan. 13. The action will take place at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center pool in West Lafayette, Indiana beginning at 6 p.m.