The Big Ten posted 10 top-ten finishes on the final day of the NCAA Championships on Sunday. Michigan paced the Big Ten with a fifth-place finish (271 points), Indiana finished 10th (140) and No. 12 Ohio State (106), No. 17 Purdue (56) and No. 24 Minnesota (37) followed in the standings. Iowa, Michigan State and Wisconsin also received points. See all the results.
The Michigan men’s swimming and diving team won the Big Ten title Saturday night at the University of Iowa Recreation and Wellness Pool. The Wolverines’ victory marked their second consecutive and 36th all-time. Read the full recap at MGoBlue.com. Also, view the Championship Central page. BTN will re-air the championships at 10 a.m. ET Saturday, March 3.
For the fifth consecutive year, BTN will televise seven winter Big Ten Championships, including men’s and women’s swimming and diving, wrestling, men’s and women’s indoor track and field and men’s and women’s gymnastics. Every event will be produced in high definition, including live coverage of the entire Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships, the final rounds of the Big Ten Wrestling Championships and the final session of the Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships.
When it comes to diving, there aren’t many better than Purdue star David Boudia. The Boilermaker has so many superlatives attached to his name that it’s pretty hard to keep track. Let’s review: Olympian. NCAA champion. NCAA Diver of the Year. Purdue Male Athlete of the Year. Big Ten Champion. Big Ten Diver of the Year. Big Ten Diver of the Championships. And that’s all just from the 2010-11 season. Oh, he’s also the reigning Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year, handed out to the Big Ten’s best male athlete.
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