Michigan Women’s Swimming and Diving
Hard work, perseverance and an unshakable faith in The Team – that’s what it takes to win 15 Big Ten championships and 187 Big Ten individual or relay titles, and that’s what it means to compete on the women’s swimming and diving team at the University of Michigan. Surrounded by all the championship banners won by those who came before you, and inspired by all of U-M’s Olympians as we enter Canham Natatorium, we step onto the blocks or dive off the board, competing with our teammates as one. Standing among the women of the U-M swimming and diving team means going beyond our best, both as a student and athlete. We train in an elite facility and learn from the best coaches in the sport – and, of course, we receive the world-class education and support only a top-ranked university like Michigan can provide. Learn more about the people and traditions that make this program outstanding and see what it is like to be a Michigan Wolverine.
“At Michigan, we prepare our men and women to change the world for the better. That belief starts with a strong foundation and a set of core values that are instilled within every one of our student-athletes. Everything we do, we do as one team, because through the team, we can be champions. We will do things the right way -- the Michigan Way -- from the classroom to the competition pool. We will be physically and mentally tough, and we will work hard to win championships. Above all, we will strive to be the leaders and best in every way.”