Michigan wins top-25 matchup against No. 24 Wisconsin, rolls past Pitt

Michigan wins top-25 matchup against No. 24 Wisconsin, rolls past Pitt

01/28/2023 14:43:00

// Bridgette Underwood

» Michigan defeated No. 24 Wisconsin 164-134 and Pitt 194-106.
» Jared Daigle, Wyatt Davis and Cameron Gammage Each won two individual events and led Michigan’s nine first-place finishes.
» Davis and Bence Szabados were also part of two relay wins in Michigan.

Page? site: Ann Arbor, Michigan (Canham Natatorium)
Results: #17 Michigan 164, #24 Wisconsin 134; #17 Michigan 194, Pittsburgh 106
records UM (7-4, 3-2 B1G), UW (5-2, 2-1 B1G), Pitt (2-6)
Next UM event: Saturday (February 11) – Hosts, First Chance Meet (Canham Natatorium), 10am

• Complete results (PDF) | photo gallery

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The University of Michigan swim and dive team defeated No. 24 Wisconsin 164-134 and Pitt 194-106 Saturday (Jan. 21) at Canham Natatorium.

The quartet competed in the first event of the meet, the 200-meter medley relay Wyatt Davis, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Gal Groumi and Bence Szabados hit the wall first with a time of 1:26.03.

In the 1,000 meter freestyle Jared Daigle went from third to first to second within the last 100 yards to hit the wall in second in 9:12.51, 0.30 seconds behind Yigit Alsan of Wisconsin (9:12.21). Daigle picked up a second runner-up in the 200-yard medley with a time of 1:47.32 to round out his individual events for the day.

Davis finished first in the 100-yard backstroke in 47.43 seconds, beating the second-place swimmer by more than a second (48.42). He also won the 100 yard butterfly with a time of 47.80. Szabados shifted into gear to take the win with a time of 19.98 by 0.30 seconds Cam Peel Third with a time from 20.04.

In the last event of the day, the team from Peel, Nikola AzinDavis and Szabados took first place in the 400m free relay in 2:55.43.

Eitan Ben Shitrit swam the 200 yard freestyle in second place with a time of 1:36.87, while Groumi finished third in the 200 yard butterfly in 1:48.13. In the 100-yard freestyle, Peel and Acin took second and third places to grab some big points for the Wolverines.

In the 500 free, Eduardo Moraes swam to second place with a time of 4:27.49.

On the dive side Cameron Gammage and Cameron Lieberman finished first and second in the 1 meter springboard event with scores of 350.00 and 325.25 respectively. On the 3 meter springboard, Gammage took first place with a score of 389.35.

The Wolverines return to the pool at 10 a.m. on Saturday (February 11) when they host the First Chance Meet at Canham Natatoruim.


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