March 2013

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Hawkeye Women Compete At B1Gs The Iowa women���s swimming and diving team finished 10th at the 2013 Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships on Feb. 20-23 in Minneapolis.�� The Hawkeyes concluded the meet with 113 points.�� Four school records were broken during the championship.�� Junior Lindsay Seemann swam to a pair of record in the 200-yard backstroke (1:56.49) and as a member of the 800 free relay (7:14.99).�� She was joined on the relay by sophomore Becky Stoughton, freshman Olivia Kabacinski and junior Emily Hovren.�� Hovren also swam to a record in the 200 IM, posting a time of 2:00.42.�� Iowa had a school record time in the 200-medley relay, as sophomore Heather Arseth, juniors Karolina Wartalowicz and Abbey Tuchscherer and Kabacinski swam to a time of 1:40.97. (Above) Freshman Roman Trussov enters his first Big Ten Championships with the third-best time in the conference in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke. Junior Lindsay Seemann (left) set the school record in the 200yard backstroke during the 2013 Big Ten Women���s Swimming and Diving Championships in Minneapolis. 16

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