Swimming and Diving

Swimming and Diving

Illini team up for no-hitter

HOUSTON – Ashley Wright, Taylor Call and Monica Perry combined to allow one earned run on one hit in 13 innings as Illinois won twice at Saturday's Houston Invitational.

Wikoff powers Illini

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Brandon Wikoff homered, and Illinois broke open a close game with a five-run sixth inning en route to an 8-3 victory against Iowa on Friday in the season opener for both teams.

Clapp sets swimming mark

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Illinois senior Marissa Clapp, a Bismarck-Henning product, set a school record during the 200 individual medley preliminaries Thursday at the Big Ten Championships.

Illini Insider

Jeff Huth's review and preview of all things Illinois

Illini Insider

A weekly review and preview of all things Illinois

Clapp, fellow seniors enjoy home farewell

Ruggeri gives men's gymnastics team lift in win

CHAMPAIGN – An Illinois senior class so happy to have a home pool closed out its return season to the Athletics and Recreation Center in style Saturday.

UI tennis picking up steam

URBANA – A day after defeating Toledo and Ball State, the No. 15 Illinois men's tennis team kept the momentum going with a 6-1 rout of No. 14 Pepperdine on Saturday at Atkins Tennis Center.

The Illini claimed all three doubles matches before No. 101 Marc Spicijaric upset Pepperdine's 57th-ranked Mahmoud Kamel in straight sets in singles action.

Wrestlers pound Pitt

B.J. Futrell (125 pounds) scored a pin for the Illini, and Jimmy Kennedy (133) and Mike Poeta (157) recorded major decisions.

Swimmers in fourth

Marissa Clapp placed fifth in the 400-yard individual medley to lead Illinois to fourth place after the opening day of the Indiana Invitational in Bloomington, Ind. Clapp, a former Bismarck-Henning standout, was timed in 4 minutes, 23.05 seconds.

Ante up

Jeff Huth spent months researching how much Illinois has spent on recruiting in recent years. He found that across the board, the Illini are major players on the recruiting scene.