Liz Li Splits Third Fastest 50 Free Ever; Lilly King Rattles American Record at Women’s Big Ten’s

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The third night of Women’s Big Ten’s from Ohio State featured a very fast night of swimming with Ohio State’s Liz Li and Indiana’s Lilly King stealing the show. Li won the 100 fly and split one of the fastest 50 frees ever in the 200 free relay as the Buckeyes won three total events with Li and Meg Bailey winning individual titles.

Indiana’s Lilly King also rattled her own American Record she set at this meet a year ago. King beat out one of the fastest 100 breast fields in history with two other girls swimming under 58 seconds.

Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey and Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson also won individual titles on Friday night in Columbus a the Women’s Big Ten Championships.

Michigan has put themselves in the driver’s seat to win a third straight team title while Indiana, Minnesota and Ohio State will be battling for second place.

Results

Team Scores:

 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 14                     
 
  1. Michigan, University of           926   2. Indiana University                787
  3. University of Minnesota           742   4. Ohio State University             725
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    514   6. Purdue University                 454
  7. Northwestern University           349   8. Pennsylvania State University     294
  9. Iowa, University of               284  10. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    253
 11. Rutgers University                251  12. University of Illinois            135
 13. Michigan State University         132

100 Fly

Ohio State senior Liz Li won her second event of the meet with a very strong 50.48 in the 100 fly final. Li won the 50 last night in one of the fastest times ever swum in the event. Li will also be swimming NCAA’s in her home pool and will be one of the toughest swimmers to beat in the 50 and the 100 fly at NCAA’s in four weeks.

Also in that race were two good times from Minnesota’s Danielle Nack (51.15) and Indiana’s Christie Jensen (51.28).

Indiana’s Shelby Koontz (52.28), Michigan’s Vanessa Krause (52.42), Michigan’s Emma Cleason (52.81), Purdue’s Taite Kitchel (52.93) and Penn State’s Madison Hart (53.03) also swam in the championship final.

 Event 8  Women 100 Yard Butterfly
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 50.45  2/17/2017 Gia Dalesandro, Indiana
         Pool: # 49.87  12/1/2017 Kelsi Worrell, Cardinal Aquatic
                 51.19  A NCAA Qualifying
                 54.49  B NCAA Provisional
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Li, Zhesi        SR Ohio St             51.37      50.48 A       32  
    r:+0.66  10.84        23.59 (12.75)
          36.94 (13.35)       50.48 (13.54)
  2 Nack, Danielle   SR Minnesota           51.78      51.15 A       28  
    r:+0.69  10.72        23.69 (12.97)
          37.37 (13.68)       51.15 (13.78)
  3 Jensen, Christi  JR Indiana             51.67      51.28 B       27  
    r:+0.67  10.95        23.80 (12.85)
          37.42 (13.62)       51.28 (13.86)
  4 Koontz, Shelby   SO Indiana             52.42      52.28 B       26  
    r:+0.74  11.50        24.61 (13.11)
          38.27 (13.66)       52.28 (14.01)
  5 Krause, Vanessa  SO Michigan            52.71      52.42 B       25  
    r:+0.63  11.29        24.64 (13.35)
          38.41 (13.77)       52.42 (14.01)
  6 Cleason, Emma    FR Michigan            53.06      52.81 B       24  
    r:+0.65  11.53        24.92 (13.39)
          38.66 (13.74)       52.81 (14.15)
  7 Kitchel, Taite   JR Purdue              52.91      52.93 B       23  
    r:+0.76  11.28        24.60 (13.32)
          38.44 (13.84)       52.93 (14.49)
  8 Hart, Madison    SO Penn St             52.71      53.03 B       22  
    r:+0.70  11.65        25.02 (13.37)
          38.92 (13.90)       53.03 (14.11)
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 8                 
 
  1. Michigan, University of           501   2. Indiana University                461
  3. Ohio State University             416   4. University of Minnesota           406
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    328   6. Purdue University                 298
  7. Pennsylvania State University     192   8. Northwestern University           186
  9. Iowa, University of               175  10. Rutgers University                173
 11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    150  12. Michigan State University         109
 13. University of Illinois             91

400 IM

Ohio State continued its strong night with another win in the pool. This time it was from another senior in Meg Bailey who won the 400 IM with a 4:04.85. Bailey led from start to finish and had a nice drop from her swim this morning. Bailey held off a strong finish from Penn State’s Ally McHugh (4:06.43) and Ohio State’s Kristen Romano (4:06.90).

Michigan’s Rose Bi (4:07.75), Minnesota’s Brooke Zeiger (4:10.02), Ohio State’s Molly Kowal (4:10.28), Northwestern’s Calypso Sheridan (4:10.48) and Indiana’s Samantha Lisy (4:10.55) also swam in the championship final.

This is the third straight year Ohio State has won the Big Ten title in this event as Lindsey Clary has won the last two titles for the Buckeyes. They also used the massive amount of points they got to take the lead over Michigan through nine events with the six scoring swimmers they had.

 Event 9  Women 400 Yard IM
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 4:01.41  2012      Allysa Vavra, Indiana
         Pool: # 4:00.03  12/2/2010 Katinka Hosszu, Southern Calif
                 4:04.70  A NCAA Qualifying
                 4:19.39  B NCAA Provisional
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Bailey, Meg      SR Ohio St           4:07.02    4:04.85 B       32  
    r:+0.73  26.04        55.94 (29.90)
        1:27.04 (31.10)     1:57.66 (30.62)
        2:32.08 (34.42)     3:06.94 (34.86)
        3:36.03 (29.09)     4:04.85 (28.82)
  2 McHugh, Allyson  JR Penn St           4:09.86    4:06.43 B       28  
    r:+0.78  26.79        56.65 (29.86)
        1:28.56 (31.91)     1:59.09 (30.53)
        2:34.57 (35.48)     3:10.44 (35.87)
        3:39.26 (28.82)     4:06.43 (27.17)
  3 Romano, Kristen  FR Ohio St           4:09.92    4:06.90 B       27  
    r:+0.71  26.57        56.93 (30.36)
        1:28.61 (31.68)     1:59.53 (30.92)
        2:35.20 (35.67)     3:10.60 (35.40)
        3:39.12 (28.52)     4:06.90 (27.78)
  4 Bi, Yirong       JR Michigan          4:09.90    4:07.75 B       26  
    r:+0.69  26.88        56.95 (30.07)
        1:29.36 (32.41)     2:00.76 (31.40)
        2:35.87 (35.11)     3:11.42 (35.55)
        3:40.28 (28.86)     4:07.75 (27.47)
  5 Zeiger, Brooke   SR Minnesota         4:09.99    4:10.02 B       25  
    r:+0.80  27.37        57.50 (30.13)
        1:29.08 (31.58)     1:59.81 (30.73)
        2:35.79 (35.98)     3:11.99 (36.20)
        3:41.50 (29.51)     4:10.02 (28.52)
  6 Kowal, Molly     SO Ohio St           4:10.17    4:10.28 B       24  
    r:+0.85  27.62        58.28 (30.66)
        1:30.76 (32.48)     2:01.71 (30.95)
        2:36.90 (35.19)     3:12.63 (35.73)
        3:42.61 (29.98)     4:10.28 (27.67)
  7 Sheridan, Calyp  FR Northwestern      4:10.18    4:10.48 B       23  
    r:+0.72  27.26        58.53 (31.27)
        1:30.19 (31.66)     2:01.17 (30.98)
        2:37.06 (35.89)     3:12.42 (35.36)
        3:42.55 (30.13)     4:10.48 (27.93)
  8 Lisy, Samantha   SR Indiana           4:11.05    4:10.55 B       22  
    r:+0.74  27.20        58.17 (30.97)
        1:30.25 (32.08)     2:02.15 (31.90)
        2:37.15 (35.00)     3:13.17 (36.02)
        3:42.64 (29.47)     4:10.55 (27.91)
 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 9                 
 
  1. Ohio State University             547   2. Michigan, University of           540
  3. Indiana University                522   4. University of Minnesota           446
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    337   6. Purdue University                 298
  7. Northwestern University           230   8. Pennsylvania State University     225
  9. Rutgers University                176  10. Iowa, University of               175
 11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    152  12. Michigan State University         109
 13. University of Illinois             91

200 Free

And just like that, Michigan’s five swimmers in the top 16 put them back in the lead as Siobhan Haughey swam a 1:41.66 to break her own meet record she set last year. Haughey led a 1-2-3 finish with teammates Gabby (1:42.91) and Catie DeLoof (1:43.32). The fourth Michigan swimmer G Ryan finished in eighth in 1:46.44.

This is the third year in a row Haughey has won the 200 free as she joins fellow Wolverine Lindsey Smith as the only other three-time winner in the event at Big Ten’s. Smith won four in a row from 2004-2007.

Indiana’s Kennedy Goss (1:44.16), Wisconsin’s Abby Jagdfeld (1:45.07), Purdue’s Kaersten Meitz (1:45.77) and Minnesota’s Chantal Nack (1:46.03) also swam in the championship final.

Michigan and Indiana both passed Ohio State in the team standings after the 200 free.

 Event 10  Women 200 Yard Freestyle
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 1:42.49  2/17/2017 Siobhan Bernadette Haughey, Michigan-MI
         Pool: # 1:41.17  12/1/2017 Mallory Comerford, Univ Louisville-
                 1:43.30  A NCAA Qualifying
                 1:47.99  B NCAA Provisional
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Haughey, Siobha  JR Michigan          1:44.02    1:41.66@A       32  
    r:+0.73  23.95        49.65 (25.70)
        1:15.56 (25.91)     1:41.66 (26.10)
  2 Deloof, Gabriel  SR Michigan          1:43.82    1:42.91 A       28  
    r:+0.73  24.53        50.33 (25.80)
        1:16.11 (25.78)     1:42.91 (26.80)
  3 Deloof, Catheri  JR Michigan          1:44.62    1:43.32 B       27  
    r:+0.68  24.82        51.01 (26.19)
        1:17.19 (26.18)     1:43.32 (26.13)
  4 Goss, Kennedy    SR Indiana           1:44.68    1:44.16 B       26  
    r:+0.59  24.56        50.61 (26.05)
        1:17.07 (26.46)     1:44.16 (27.09)
  5 Jagdfeld, Abiga  SR Wisconsin         1:45.57    1:45.07 B       25  
    r:+0.77  24.73        51.42 (26.69)
        1:18.18 (26.76)     1:45.07 (26.89)
  6 Meitz, Kaersten  SR Purdue            1:45.23    1:45.77 B       24  
    r:+0.81  25.50        52.41 (26.91)
        1:19.31 (26.90)     1:45.77 (26.46)
  7 Nack, Chantal    JR Minnesota         1:45.42    1:46.03 B       23  
    r:+0.77  25.12        51.67 (26.55)
        1:18.73 (27.06)     1:46.03 (27.30)
  8 Ryan, G          SR Michigan          1:45.30    1:46.44 B       22  
    r:+0.71  25.53        52.81 (27.28)
        1:20.04 (27.23)     1:46.44 (26.40)
 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 10                 
 
  1. Michigan, University of           669   2. Indiana University                579
  3. Ohio State University             566   4. University of Minnesota           484
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    363   6. Purdue University                 333
  7. Northwestern University           244   8. Pennsylvania State University     236
  9. Iowa, University of               199  10. Rutgers University                176
 11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    161  12. Michigan State University         109
 13. University of Illinois             91

100 Breast

In one of the most hyped races of the meet, the 100 breast final featured the three fastest women in the nation coming into this season with Indiana’s Lilly King, Minnesota’s Lindsey Kozelsky (Horejsi) and Michigan’s Miranda Tucker having the three fastest best times. King got the upper hand on Friday night in Columbus with a 56.46 to nearly miss the American Record. The record was hers from Big Ten’s a year ago of 56.30.

Kozelsky finished in second at 57.91 and Tucker was third at 57.93. This had to be the first time that three swimmers all broke 58 seconds in the same 100 breast final.

Minnesota’s Rachel Munson (59.53), Purdue’s Jinq en Phee (59.68), Ohio State’s Hanna Gresser (59.69), Michigan’s Emily Kopas (59.88) and Michigan’s Samantha Yeo (1:00.22) also swam in the championship final.

This is King’s third straight Big Ten title in the event and joins Minnesota’s Jillian Tyler (2008-2011) and Penn State’s Kristen Woodring (01, 02, 04) as the only other three time winners in the event.

 Event 11  Women 100 Yard Breaststroke
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 56.30  2/17/2017 Lillia King, Indiana
         Pool: # 57.47  2/16/2018 Lillia King, Indiana-IN
                 58.85  A NCAA Qualifying
               1:02.49  B NCAA Provisional
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 King, Lillia     JR Indiana             57.47      56.46#A       32  
    r:+0.66  12.15        26.48 (14.33)
          41.29 (14.81)       56.46 (15.17)
  2 Kozelsky, Linds  SO Minnesota           58.02      57.91 A       28  
    r:+0.72  12.42        27.15 (14.73)
          42.29 (15.14)       57.91 (15.62)
  3 Tucker, Miranda  SO Michigan            59.26      57.93 A       27  
    r:+0.63  12.47        27.18 (14.71)
          42.36 (15.18)       57.93 (15.57)
  4 Munson, Rachel   JR Minnesota           59.63      59.53 B       26  
    r:+0.67  13.09        28.24 (15.15)
          43.63 (15.39)       59.53 (15.90)
  5 Phee, Jinq En    SO Purdue              59.66      59.68 B       25  
    r:+0.69  13.02        27.94 (14.92)
          43.59 (15.65)       59.68 (16.09)
  6 Gresser, Hanna   FR Ohio St           1:00.47      59.69 B       24  
    r:+0.68  13.00        28.07 (15.07)
          43.60 (15.53)       59.69 (16.09)
  7 Kopas, Emily     SR Michigan            59.85      59.88 B       23  
    r:+0.71  13.05        28.45 (15.40)
          43.96 (15.51)       59.88 (15.92)
  8 Yeo, Samantha    SR Michigan          1:00.46    1:00.22 B       22  
    r:+0.63  12.98        28.17 (15.19)
          43.68 (15.51)     1:00.22 (16.54)
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 11                 
 
  1. Michigan, University of           774   2. Indiana University                630
  3. Ohio State University             595   4. University of Minnesota           556
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    378   6. Purdue University                 359
  7. Northwestern University           264   8. Pennsylvania State University     236
  9. Iowa, University of               213  10. Rutgers University                176
 11. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    172  12. Michigan State University         128
 13. University of Illinois             91

100 Back

Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson became the talk of the town after her near American Record last night in the 100 back, but Nelson ran out of gas on Friday night in Columbus with a 51.05 for her first Big Ten title. Nelson got pressure on the last 25 from Indiana senior Ali Rockett (51.41) but held her off.

Nelson was joined by two of her Badger teammates Kathleen Coughlin (52.69) and Jess Unicomb (52.77) who finished sixth and seventh. Nelson is also the second ever Badger to win the Big Ten title in the 100 back after Maggie Meyer won in 2011.

Michigan’s Clara Smiddy (52.08), Minnesota’s Tevyn Waddell (52.44), Ohio State’s Rebeka Bradley (52.51) and Michigan’s Taylor Garcia (52.82) also swam in the championship final.

 Event 12  Women 100 Yard Backstroke
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 49.78  2/15/2018 Elizabeth Nelson, Wisconsin-WI
         Pool: # 49.78  2/15/2018 Elizabeth Nelson, Wisconsin-WI
                 51.16  A NCAA Qualifying
                 55.09  B NCAA Provisional
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Nelson, Elizabe  SO Wisconsin           50.57      51.05 A       32  
    r:+0.68  11.97        24.29 (12.32)
          37.57 (13.28)       51.05 (13.48)
  2 Rockett, Alexan  SR Indiana             51.57      51.41 B       28  
    r:+0.68  12.06        24.90 (12.84)
          38.29 (13.39)       51.41 (13.12)
  3 Smiddy, Clara    SR Michigan            52.08      52.08 B       27  
    r:+0.59  12.41        25.32 (12.91)
          38.77 (13.45)       52.08 (13.31)
  4 Waddell, Tevyn   SO Minnesota           52.60      52.44 B       26  
    r:+0.64  12.36        25.42 (13.06)
          39.08 (13.66)       52.44 (13.36)
  5 Bradley, Rebeka  SO Ohio St             52.56      52.51 B       25  
    r:+0.67  12.42        25.59 (13.17)
          39.02 (13.43)       52.51 (13.49)
  6 Coughlin, Kathl  JR Wisconsin           52.23      52.69 B       24  
    r:+0.72  12.41        25.44 (13.03)
          39.23 (13.79)       52.69 (13.46)
  7 Unicomb, Jessic  JR Wisconsin           52.51      52.77 B       23  
    r:+0.54  12.28        25.39 (13.11)
          39.00 (13.61)       52.77 (13.77)
  8 Garcia, Taylor   JR Michigan            52.46      52.82 B       22  
    r:+0.67  12.47        25.43 (12.96)
          39.05 (13.62)       52.82 (13.77)
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 12                 
 
  1. Michigan, University of           841   2. Indiana University                700
  3. Ohio State University             643   4. University of Minnesota           588
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    458   6. Purdue University                 364
  7. Northwestern University           266   8. Pennsylvania State University     250
  9. Iowa, University of               224  10. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    193
 11. Rutgers University                188  12. Michigan State University         128
 13. University of Illinois             91

3M Diving

Northwestern’s Olivia Rosendahl won the Big Ten title in the 3m with 389.95 points. She finished ahead of Minnesota’s Sarah Bacon (383.40) and Rutgers’ Addison Walkowiak (369.05).

Purdue’s Samm Reese (362.30), Minnesota’s Kristen Hayden (353.85), Indiana’s Jessica Parratto (352.45), Purdue’s Morgan Meixner (349.50) and Minnesota’s Fu Xiao (330.75) also competed in the championship final.

This is the first year since 2012 someone not from Northwestern won the 3m Big Ten title and the first time since 2006 that a Wildcat stood atop the podium when Chelsea Davis won the event.

 Event 13  Women 3 mtr Diving
=========================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 421.70  2011      Kelci Bryant, Minnesota
                 280.00  A NCAA Qualifying
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals       Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Rosendahl, Oliv  JR Northwestern       347.85     389.95 A       32  
  2 Bacon, Sarah     SO Minnesota          384.30     383.40 A       28  
  3 Walkowiak, Addi  SR Rutgers            322.95     369.05 A       27  
  4 Reese, Samm      SR Purdue             309.25     362.30 A       26  
  5 Hayden, Kristen  SO Minnesota          313.20     353.85 A       25  
  6 Parratto, Jessi  JR Indiana            379.60     352.45 A       24  
  7 Meixner, Morgan  JR Purdue             311.05     349.50 A       23  
  8 Fu, Xiao         JR Minnesota          315.75     330.75 A       22

200 Free Relay

Ohio State finished Friday night’s session of the Women’s Big Ten Championships with a stellar 200 free relay that smashed the Big Ten Record of 1:27.70 set by Wisconsin in 2015. Freya Rayner (22.09), Liz Li (20.84), Macie McNichols (22.04) and Maria Coy (22.11) swam a 1:27.08 to just miss the pool record of 1:26.90 set by Arizona at the 2008 NCAA’s. That time was an American Record at the time.

Li’s 20.8 split is one of the fastest all-time in the 50 free as Auburn’s Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace was a 20.80 and Kelsi Worrell split a 20.84 in the 2016 NCAA’s. Also, Tennessee’s Erika Brown split a 20.81 on Wednesday night. Li is on fire in her home pool after already winning the 50 free and 100 fly and splitting one of the fastest times ever.

This is Ohio State’s first 200 free relay Big Ten title in school history and the first time since 1991 they won a relay at Big Tens when they won the 400 and 800 free relays.

Michigan was second at 1:28.00 and Wisconsin was third at 1:28.41.

Indiana (1:29.08), Minnesota (1:30.67), Northwestern (1:31.02), Iowa (1:31.18) and Penn State (1:32.29) finished in the top eight.

 Event 14  Women 200 Yard Freestyle Relay
==================================================================================
     B1G Meet: @ 1:27.70  2/19/2015 Wisconsin, Wisco
                          C Kinney, I Martin, A Van Hout, A Tamblyn
         Pool: # 1:26.90  3/16/2008 Arizona, Arizo
                          L Jackson, Lacey Nymeyer, A Turner, T Baughman
                 1:28.71  A NCAA Qualifying
                 1:29.57  B NCAA Provisional
    School                           Seed     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
  1 Ohio St                       1:29.02    1:27.08@A       64  
     1) Rayner, Freya FR              2) r:0.16 Li, Zhesi SR          
     3) r:0.29 McNichols, Macie SR    4) r:0.23 Coy, Maria JR         
    r:+0.65  10.76        22.09 (22.09)
           31.91 (9.82)       42.93 (20.84)
          53.36 (10.43)     1:04.97 (22.04)
        1:15.42 (10.45)     1:27.08 (22.11)
  2 Michigan                      1:28.57    1:28.00 A       56  
     1) Deloof, Catherine JR          2) r:0.31 Deloof, Gabrielle SR  
     3) r:0.23 Haughey, Siobhaette JR 4) r:0.34 Pyshnenko, Daria FR   
    r:+0.68  10.79        22.24 (22.24)
          32.86 (10.62)       44.27 (22.03)
          54.71 (10.44)     1:06.04 (21.77)
        1:16.52 (10.48)     1:28.00 (21.96)
  3 Wisconsin                     1:29.35    1:28.41 A       54  
     1) Berg, Marissa SR              2) r:0.24 Sehmann, Emmy JR      
     3) r:0.28 Unicomb, Jessica JR    4) r:0.26 Nelson, Elizabeth SO  
    r:+0.66  10.89        22.40 (22.40)
          32.83 (10.43)       44.56 (22.16)
          55.22 (10.66)     1:06.87 (22.31)
        1:17.08 (10.21)     1:28.41 (21.54)
  4 Indiana                       1:28.95    1:29.08 B       52  
     1) Haskett, Grace FR             2) r:0.10 Rockett, Alexandra SR 
     3) r:0.11 Spears, Holly SR       4) r:0.26 Koontz, Shelby SO     
    r:+0.66  10.87        22.43 (22.43)
          32.96 (10.53)       44.48 (22.05)
          55.13 (10.65)     1:07.00 (22.52)
        1:17.59 (10.59)     1:29.08 (22.08)
  5 Minnesota                     1:29.69    1:30.67         50  
     1) Kozelsky, Lindsey SO          2) r:0.18 Grobe, Kaia JR        
     3) r:0.41 Waddell, Tevyn SO      4) r:0.22 Nack, Chantal JR      
    r:+0.67  11.14        22.94 (22.94)
          33.62 (10.68)       45.59 (22.65)
          56.44 (10.85)     1:07.97 (22.38)
        1:18.74 (10.77)     1:30.67 (22.70)
  6 Northwestern                  1:32.06    1:31.02         48  
     1) Warren, Mary SR               2) r:0.21 Han, Malorie SO       
     3) r:0.19 Aarts, Nicole SO       4) r:0.19 Keane, Anna SR        
    r:+0.65  10.98        22.74 (22.74)
          33.37 (10.63)       45.30 (22.56)
          56.19 (10.89)     1:08.51 (23.21)
        1:19.15 (10.64)     1:31.02 (22.51)
  7 Iowa                          1:32.26    1:31.18         46  
     1) Burvill, Hannah SO            2) r:0.36 Scheitlin, Mekenna SR 
     3) r:0.36 Lavelle, Meghan SR     4) r:0.26 Schemmel, Sarah FR    
    r:+0.70  11.35        23.03 (23.03)
          33.77 (10.74)       45.78 (22.75)
          56.87 (11.09)     1:08.73 (22.95)
        1:19.46 (10.73)     1:31.18 (22.45)
  8 Penn St                       1:31.42    1:32.29         44  
     1) Kuhn, Katrina JR              2) r:0.17 Barry, Camryn FR      
     3) r:0.12 Dillione, Tomlyn SR    4) r:0.14 Tolan, Ann FR         
    r:+0.74  11.20        22.98 (22.98)
          33.95 (10.97)       46.19 (23.21)
          57.20 (11.01)     1:09.39 (23.20)
        1:20.18 (10.79)     1:32.29 (22.90)
 Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 14                     
 
  1. Michigan, University of           926   2. Indiana University                787
  3. University of Minnesota           742   4. Ohio State University             725
  5. Wisconsin, University of, Madi    514   6. Purdue University                 454
  7. Northwestern University           349   8. Pennsylvania State University     294
  9. Iowa, University of               284  10. University of Nebraska-Lincoln    253
 11. Rutgers University                251  12. University of Illinois            135
 13. Michigan State University         132
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  1. avatar
    Tim McNichols

    Ohio State won the 200 free relay in 2016 at Michigan (pool record) Liz and Macie were both on that relay with a 1:28.29

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