Men's Swimming & Diving Wrap Up Big Ten Championships
The Spartans broke 4 varsity records over the course of the weekend.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Michigan State men’s swimming and diving team concluded Big Ten Championships this evening, finishing in 10th place with a score of 247.5. No. 3 ranked Indiana University finished first.
“I’m really proud of our kids,” head coach Matt Gianiodis said. “We fell a little short of our goal, but I’m really proud of the way they performed. We broke another school record and made it to the podium. I’m proud of them.”
Scott Piper swam a season-best 1:46.77 in the 200 fly, and placed 15th overall in the event. Mitch Strahlman and John Henneman also swam season-bests in the 200 fly, while Michael Schwers, Tim Schoof, Mitch Strahlman and Josh Pascua swam personal-bests in the event
Freshman Guy Moskovich swam a personal-best 15:15.06 in the mile, finishing 14th overall in the event.
“All of our seniors were incredible and I’m really proud of them,” Gianiodis said.