Kansas University sophomore Chelsie Miller followed up her historic Big 12 title in the 400 IM on Friday by adding a runner-up finish in the 1650-yard freestyle on Saturday at the league meet.
Sophomore Chelsea Miller delivered Kansas University its first Big 12 swim champion in program history Friday night. Miller won the 400-yard IM by seven seconds (4:07.97) to set a school record.
Kansas University sophomore Chelsie Miller broke a school record in her 200-yard individual medley preliminary and finished third in the finals on Friday at the Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championships.
Kansas University’s 800-yard freestyle relay team set the school record in the event at the first day of the Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday at the Jamail Texas Swimming Center.
Nine Kansas University representatives were named to the Swimming and Diving Academic All-Big 12 first- and second-teams, the league announced Tuesday.
Kansas University’s swimming and diving team lost its two-day dual meet to Iowa State, 161.5-138.5.
Senior Morgan Sharp finished first by six-hundredths of a second in the 200-yard freestyle Friday, helping Kansas University’s swim team to a one-point advantage (75.5-74.5) heading into day two of competition against Iowa State.
Kansas University’s swimming and diving team beat Vanderbilt, 163-130, and fell to Arkansas, 207-91, in a double-dual on Saturday at the Arkansas Natatorium.
Kansas University’s swimming and diving team placed first in every event against Arkansas-Little Rock on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.
Kansas University’s swimming and diving team began its annual training trip with victories over Rollins College (202-55) and the University of Tampa (195.5-61.5)on Saturday.
Kansas University divers competed Friday and Saturday at the Georgia Diving Invitational.
Kansas University sophomore Chelsie Miller was named the Big 12 Swimmer of the Week by conference coaches on Wednesday.
Kansas University swimmers Alison Lusk and Chelsie Miller broke school records on Saturday at the USA Winter Nationals.
Kansas University’s Chelsie Miller placed second in the 400-meter individual medley Friday to lead a group of four KU swimmers at the USA Winter Nationals.
Kansas University’s swimming and diving team has signed four athletes to national letters of intent, KU coach Clark Campbell announced Tuesday.