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i IMNIOT MMH p j jUl Taking a breath, Eric Wilson leads the pack in the 200-yard butterfly against Eastern Michi- gan. T he senior captian won the event by nearly half a second. photo by Abby Johnson fzuuimminn anri Hii inn startinathe " seasonofistrong The men ' s swimming and diving team started its season with a four-meet winning streak for the first time since the organization won the 1995 national championship. For the 34th consecutive year, the Wolverines opened the season with a victory. In their first meet, leading Florida by only two points, freshman Zayd Ma, in a personal best time, and senior Eric Wilson finished second and third, respectively, in the 200-meter butterfly to clinch the victory for the Maize and Blue. In competition against Eastern Michigan, the Wolverine swimmers took first in every single event and captured the top three spots in the 50, 200 and 1,000-yard freestyles. The win against Indiana was indicative of the team ' s strength, as Indiana had routinely challenged the Maize and Blue in the history of the sport ' s Big Ten competition. Sweeping the 1 ,650-yard freestyle, freshmen Brendan Neligan, Andrew Hurd, and Ma went 1-2-3 to set an early precedent in the meet against the Hoosiers. Other first-place finishes were seen from freshman Chuck Sayao, sophomore Dan Ketchum, and juniors Garrett Mangieri, Jeff Hopwood, and Tony Kurth. Sophomore diver Jason Coben achieved NCAA zone qualifiers in his first-place performances on the one- and three-meter boards. Exemplifying the necessity of teamwork, the Wolverines pooled together to compete in relay races, which awarded heavy points. The fall schedule also included invitationals hosted by Michigan State and Texas. At the end of the season, the team headed off to the Big Ten Championship in Bloomfield, Indiana. The NCAA Diving Zones were also held in Indiana in the middle of March and the NCAA Championships were held in Athens, Georgia at the end of March. Story by Melissa Rothman 1B0.5 Indiana 82.5 ||| 131 Georgia 11 III Bth at Texas Invitational Sports] 167
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On the blocks, the Wolverines prepare to start their season off against Eastern Michigan. The team swept every event and con- cluded a perfect season-opening victory by defeating Eastern 174-115. photo by Abby Johnson Leaning over the edge of the pool, freshman Edward Lippincott shows his support by letting his teammate know how many laps are left during the 1,000-yard freestyle. Freshman Andrew Hurd won the event with a time of 9:29.90. photo by Abhy Johnson keepingSCOre 1 37 Florida 1 06 ||| 1 74 Eastern Michigan 1 1 5 | 166 | Men ' s Swimming and Diving
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