Fast swimming was the theme Friday night at McCaffree Pool as the Michigan State women’s swimming and diving team defeated Grand Valley State 162-138, for their second-consecutive win. The men’s squad lost a close battle against the Lakers 166-134.
What is it like to play college water polo without any previous experience? Second-year player Ian Wendrow comes in-studio to share his experience and to talk about the successful season the Michigan State water polo team had this year.
Football is not the only Michigan State squad competing against the Illini this weekend.
The women’s swimming and diving team will square-off against Illinois Friday at McCaffree Pool, and if history says anything about these two teams, it could come down to the last event.
“Illinois last year came down to the last relay, the year before that it came down to the last relay, so it’s been a very good meet the last two years,” said head coach Matt Gianiodis. Read More…
The 58th annual alumni meet had a large showing on October 12 at McCaffree Pool, as former swimmers and divers reunited to compete against the current varsity roster.
Seven decades of swimmers represented the alumni – from the class of 1957 (the last to win a Big Ten title), to 2013 graduates.
Michigan State University Swimming and Diving head coach Matt Gianiodis did not have the same path as a typical college coach.
Have your eyes ever swelled shut from being hit so hard? Has someone broken your nose with their fist? Have you received a full-ride scholarship to college for being a golf caddie?
Former Michigan State water polo player Chase Plank has.
What do Kirk Cousins, Drew Nieztel and Chris Hill have in common with MSU swimmer Jacob Jarzen?
On this first episode of Pool Time with Max King, dive in to a pool of goals, high dives, and butterflys.