For the sixth time in program history, the Indiana women’s swim and dive team won the Big Ten championship.
Competing in their home pool at at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center, the Hoosiers were able to upset No. 2 ranked Michigan with a total score of 1,386.5 points.
Michigan finished second with 1,302.5 points and Ohio State was third with a total of 1,162.5.
Hoo-Hoo-Hoo! Hoosiers! ⚪️🔴 pic.twitter.com/NtpN2aiI0c
— Indiana Swim & Dive (@IndianaSwimDive) February 24, 2019
On the individual level, Bailey Andison, Christine Jensen, Lilly King, Shelby Koontz, Jessica Parratto and Morgan Scott all earned first team All-Big Ten honors.
Parratto was named the Diver of the Championships.
Olympic champion King made headlines once again, setting the American and NCAA record in the 100 breaststroke.
Here is the full version of Lilly King's record-breaking 100 breaststroke for @IndianaSwimDive where the official time of :55.88 is announced. Plus, listen to @_king_lil's post-race interview. pic.twitter.com/qrNsq1oJza
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) February 23, 2019
King won four titles for the week and is now a 16-time conference champion.
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