Michigan 12th at NCAA men’s swimming championships

The Detroit News

Michigan earned 158 points and finished 12th in the NCAA men’s swimming championships on Saturday at the McAuley Aquatic Center at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

Texas (541.5 points) won the team title. California was second and Florida was third. Indiana was the highest Big Ten team, placing ninth.

Michigan and Texas have the most team title in NCAA history with 12 apiece.

Michigan’s highest finisher on the day was senior Dylan Bosch, who was sixth in the 200 butterfly in 1:41.11. He was the NCAA champion in the event two years ago.