IU Swimming and Diving Ready for Midseason Meet

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – No. 8/13 Indiana swimming and diving is headed to Columbus, Ohio, for its midseason meet at the Ohio State Fall Invitational, a three-day event set for Thursday through Saturday (Nov. 17-19) inside McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.

Final sessions of the meet will be streamed live on the Big Ten Plus digital platform beginning at 5:30 pm ET each evening.


November 17-19
Prelims: 9:30 a.m. ET
Finals: 5:30 p.m. ET
McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion • Columbus, Ohio
Opponents: Cincinnati, Kentucky, Kenyon (Diving Only), Lindenwood, Miami (Diving Only), Navy, Notre Dame, Ohio, Ohio State, Pittsburgh (Women Only), UCLA, Virginia Tech, Yale
Meet Information/Schedule: http://bit.ly/3BqDCFA
Live Results (Swimming): http://bit.ly/3nIZ6sr
Live Results (Diving): http://bit.ly/3hMY9jM
Live Stream: https://www.bigtenplus.com

Thursday: 200 freestyle relay, 500 freestyle, 200 IM, 50 freestyle, 400 medley relay, 1-meter diving, 3-meter diving

Friday: 200 medley relay, 100 butterfly, 400 IM, 200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 100 backstroke, 800 freestyle relay, 1-meter diving, 3-meter diving

Saturday: 1650 freestyle, 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 butterfly, 400 freestyle relay, platform diving


IU took care of business in its first home meet of the 2022-23 season, earning wins for both teams against No. 18/RV Missouri on Saturday (Oct. 29) inside Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center.

Diving had another dominant day on the springboards, with three athletes combining to sweep the four events. Additionally, eight IU divers totaled 14 NCAA zone qualifying marks. For the women, junior Anne Fowler posted season highs on both the 1-meter (316.05) and 3-meter (337.65) boards to win both events. Sophomores Quinn Henninger and Carson Tyler were each other’s toughest competition in the men’s diving events, both scoring at least 400 points on each board.

Despite many IU swimmers competing outside of their normal events, Hoosiers were still able to pull off individual wins and highlight performances. Sophomore swimmer Anna Peplowski continued her great run of form, winning the 50, 100 and 200-yard freestyle events. Brendan Burns showed his competitive edge in the men’s 200-yard freestyle. Normally a butterfly and backstroke swimmer, Burns faced up against Missouri’s Jack Dahlgren, who finished 13th in this event at the 2022 NCAA Championships.

Six athletes with ties to the Indiana swimming and diving program were named to USA Swimming’s 2022-23 national team rosters in September. Of the six Hoosiers, five are breaststroke specialists, and, on the women’s side, IU makes up three of the nine breaststroke selections. The selections include current Hoosiers Mariah Denigan, Mackenzie Looze and Josh Matheny as well as Indiana Swim Club athlete Tommy Cope, Lilly King and Annie Lazor.

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