The Badgers wrapped up the Big Ten championships with an all-conference finish in the 400-yard freestyle relay, as the quartet of Maggie Meyer, Laura Miller, Beckie Thompson and Rosie Morahan took runner-up honors.
The foursome combined for a time of 3:17.58, the third-fastest in school history.
Meyer had the Badgers out to an early lead after taking the first 50 yards in 23.22. She finished with a lead split of 49.40, and the Badgers were in fourth at the first exchange.
Miller followed, and the Badgers were fifth at the race's halfway point.
Thompson moved the Badgers up to third on her first lap and had them in second when Morahan hit the water for the final leg.
The senior finished strong by holding her ground and closing up on Indian, which clocked a winning time of 3:16.95.
Junior Karlyn Hougan clocked a personal-best 2:03.36 to take seventh in the "C" final of the 200-yard butterfly. She is the last Badger to compete tonight until the 400-yard freestyle relay goes off later tonight.
For now, the attention turns to the tower for the championship finals in platform diving.
Sophomore Ashley Wanland took fourth in the 200-yard breaststroke, finishing in a season-best time of 2:11.06.
Brittany Kimmitt was fifth in the consolation final in 2:17.01, with fellow freshman Paulina Gralow just behind in sixth with a time of 2:17.14. The duo's finishes translated into 13th- and 14th-place finishes overall.
Senior Libby Brooks was second in the "C" final of the event, clocking in at a season-best 2:16.47.
Sophomore Beckie Thompson clocked a time of 49.83 to finish eighth in the 100-yard freestyle after taking second in the event last year.
Senior Rosie Morahan clocked in at 49.95 to take third in the consolation final -- and 11th overall -- while freshman Ruby Martin went 50.25 to finish fifth in the consolation heat and 13th overall.
In the "C" final, junior Kelsey Gergen posted a season-best time of 51.50 to take fifth in the heat.
Junior Maggie Meyer settled for a sixth-place finsih in 1:56.47, while senior Candice Peak was eighth in 1:57.06.
Like Peak, senior Sara Goff also closed out her Big Ten career in style in the consolation final.
Goff was second with 50 yards to go but finished seventh in the heat -- and 15th overall -- in a season-best time of 1:58.60.
Danielle Beckwith ends up fifth overall in the 1,650-yard freestyle, as only four swimmers in the final heat clock in below the 16:22.09 she recorded earlier this afternoon.
Ashley Steenvoorden of Minnesota took the win in 16:01.02.
The finals of the 200-yard backstroke are up next, with junior Maggie Meyer and senior Candice Peak in the "A" final and senior Sara Goff in the consolation final.
On the final night of the Big Ten championships, we're set to begin the finals session.
Sophomore Danielle Beckwith stands in great position in the 1,650-yard freestyle after clocking a time of 16:22.09 in the last of the heats conducted earlier this afternoon.
The final heat of the 1,650 free is set to go off in a matter of moments.
Beckwith's time, an NCAA consideration cut, likely secures her a spot in the national meet and moves the sophomore to fifth on the Badgers' all-time list in the event.
The Badgers' seniors, Anna Chang, Emily Cheffins, Sara Goff, Gabby Maddalena, Rosie Morahan and Candice Peak, have just been introduced to the crowd as we prepare to get underway with tonight's finals session.