Feb. 27, 2014
||Big Ten Championships
Northwestern: 79 points, 8th/10 place
Canham Natatorium Ann Arbor, Mich.
Results | Results
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Northwestern freshman diver Andrew Cramer earned the Wildcats points on the 1-meter diving springboard with a 316.65 score Thursday night in the Big Ten Championships during the evening session's finals.
Cramer advanced to the finals of 1-meter diving with a 297.35 score for the Wildcats during the prelims, finishing No. 14. In the finals of the 1-meter, he boosted his score to finish at No. 12.
Senior Chase Stephens earned 12 points for the `Cats in the 50 yard freestyle, finishing No. 7 overall after earning a bonus swim in the championship final. Stephen's time of 19.89 registered as an NCAA "B" cut time.
After advancing to the scoring consolation final in the morning, NU sophomore Jordan Wilimovsky swam a 4:22.08, NCAA "B" cut time in the evening final, finishing No. 15 to earn a pair of points for the Wildcats.
The `Cats 400 yard medley relay team of Dominik Cubelic, Uula Auren, Andy Jovanovic and Stephens ended the night with a time of 3:14.14 for the `Cats.
With the points, Northwestern increased its score Thursday with 79 points to rank No. 8.
The Big Ten Championships continue Friday at 10:00 a.m. CT with the morning session prelims in the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breast, 100 back and 3-meter diving. Live results of the races are available here. The sessions will also be streamed here on the Big Ten Digital Network.
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