Feb. 2014

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7 By the NUMBERS 49.84 e school-record 100-yard freestyle time of sophomore Olivia Kabacinski. She is the first swimmer in Iowa women's swimming and diving history to swim a sub-50 time in the event. 3 e number of times redshirt junior Abby Grilli has been selected as the Big Ten Diver of the Week this season. 29 Stolen bases for junior Eric Toole – a returning second-team All-Big Ten selection – in two seasons with the UI baseball program. 2.48 UI field hockey All-American Natalie Cafone, a sophomore, finished the 2013 season as the NCAA statistical champion for points per game (2.48). 17 Number of freshmen on the University of Iowa women's gymnastics team who completed routines as the team posted a season-high 194.675 points on Jan. 20. 7 Junior center Bethany Doolittle tallied seven blocked shots in the University of Iowa's win over Indiana on Jan. 25. 33 Career wins in Carver-Hawkeye Arena — against zero losses — for senior 133-pound wrestler Tony Ramos. 7.41 New 60-meter school record set by Brittany Brown and Lake Kwaza at the Big 4 Duals. Elaine Jones' school record (7.43) had stood for 31 years. 10 Number of Hawkeye men's basketball players that score an average of 5.6-or-more points per game. Sophomore Olivia Kabacinski became the first person in University of Iowa women's swimming and diving history to swim a sub-50-second time in the 100-yard freestyle. (Photo: James Allan)

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