2014 Big Ten Championships   Indiana     Iowa     Michigan     Michigan State     Minnesota

Northwestern     Ohio State     Penn State     Purdue     Wisconsin

The University of Michigan will host the 2014 Big Ten Championships Wednesday through Saturday, Feb. 26-March 1, inside Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor. Swimming preliminaries will begin at 11 a.m. EST each day, with swimming finals commencing at 6:30 p.m. Diving prelims (and consolation finals) will be held immediately after swimming prelims on days two through four.


Results and Award Winners

Final Standings
1.  Michigan Michigan  889
2.  Indiana Indiana  564
3.  Ohio State Ohio State  515
4.  Minnesota Minnesota  378
5.  Penn State Penn State  349.5
6.  Purdue Purdue  329.5
7.  Wisconsin Wisconsin  299.5
8.  Iowa Iowa  188
9.  Northwestern Northwestern  158
10.  Michigan State Michigan State  107.5
 
Award Winners

Swimming Coach of the Year
Mike Bottom, Michigan

Diving Coach of the Year
Drew Johansen, Indiana

Swimmer of the Championships
Shane Ryan, Penn State

Diver of the Championships
Darian Schmidt, Indiana

Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Jakub Maly, Minnesota

Day One  •  Wednesday, Feb. 26

Finals  •  6:30 p.m.

• 200 Medley Relay
• Synchronized Diving (Exhibition)
• 800 Freestyle Relay

Day Two  •  Thursday, Feb. 27

Prelims  •  11 a.m.

• 500 Freestyle
• 200 Individual Medley
• 50 Freestyle
• One-Meter Diving - Prelims/Consolation Final (1 p.m.)

 
Finals  •  6:30 p.m.

• 500 Freestyle
• 200 Individual Medley
• 50 Freestyle
• One-Meter Diving Final
• 400 Medley Relay

Day Three  •  Friday, Feb. 28

Prelims  •  11 a.m.

• 400 Individual Medley
• 100 Butterfly
• 200 Freestyle
• 100 Breaststroke
• 100 Backstroke
• Three-Meter Diving - Prelims/Consolation Final (1 p.m.)

 
Finals  •  6:30 p.m.

• 200 Freestyle Relay
• 400 Individual Medley
• 100 Butterfly
• 200 Freestyle
• 100 Breaststroke
• 100 Backstroke
• Three-Meter Diving Final

Day Four  •  Saturday, March 1

Prelims  •  11 a.m.

• 200 Backstroke
• 100 Freestyle
• 200 Breaststroke
• 200 Butterfly
• Platform Diving - Prelims/Consolation Final (1 p.m.)
• 1,650 Freestyle - All but last heat (4:15 p.m.)

 
Finals  •  6:30 p.m.

• 1,650 Freestyle (Last heat of timed final)
• 200 Backstroke
• 100 Freestyle
• 200 Breaststroke
• 200 Butterfly
• Platform Diving Final
• 400 Freestyle Relay

Video Streaming

The first six sessions of the 2014 Big Ten Championships -- Wednesday evening, Thursday morning/evening, Friday morning/evening, Saturday morning -- will be shown live via the Big Ten Digital Network for a fee.

Big Ten Digital Network

Big Ten  |  Indiana  |  Iowa  |  Michigan
Michigan State  |  Minnesota  |  Northwestern
Ohio State  |  Penn State  |  Purdue  |  Wisconsin

MGoBlueTV Links

Day 1 Finals  |  Day 2 Prelims  |  Day 2 Finals
Day 3 Prelims  |  Day 3 Finals  |  Day 4 Prelims

Fans with a Big Ten Network subscription through their cable provider can watch the final session of the meet -- Saturday night -- live online and on mobile devices via BTN2Go. It will also air on the Big Ten Network the following day (Sunday, March 2) on a tape-delayed basis at 10:30 a.m.

Ticket Information

Tickets for the 2014 Big Ten Men's Swimming & Diving Championships will go on sale on Monday, Jan. 20. To purchase, go to MGoBlue.com/tickets or call (866) 296-MTIX. Tickets will be available at Canham Natatorium if they are not sold out.

All-Session Passes (on sale now)
• Adult -- $40
• Youth/Senior/Student -- $25

Single-Session Passes (available at the door only)
• Adult -- $8
• Youth/Senior/Student -- $5

Parking

Limited parking is available in the Athletic Lot near Canham Natatorium due to regular Athletic Department Employee workday parking. Please see parking maps for specific lots.

Parking Lot Information PDF
Parking Maps: Prelims PDF | Finals PDF

Note: Due to an ice hockey game on Friday, Feb. 28, at Yost Ice Arena, the entire athletic lot is permit and limited ADA cash sales beginning at 4 p.m. Additionally, due to a men's basketball game on Saturday, March 1, at Crisler Center, lots SC-4, 5, 6 and 7 (see map) will not be available to park for the finals.

Prohibited Items

To ensure a safe and comfortable environment at Canham Natatorium, the following items are prohibited from being brought into the natatorium for intercollegiate athletic contests:

  • Containers of any kind (including coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks)
  • Aerosol and Spray Cans
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Food of any kind
  • Still Cameras with a lens longer than 6 inches
  • Apparel or signage displaying profane or abusive language
  • Any projectile or object that could cause injury if thrown onto the playing area or the seating areas.
  • Camcorders and tripods
  • Dogs and other pets (service and other animals for disabled are allowed)
  • Irritants (i.e. noisemakers, airhorns, etc.)
  • Weapons

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