Hawkeyes Finish Ninth At Big Ten Championships

Feb. 25, 2006

Complete Results

BLOOMINGTON, IN – The University of Iowa men’s swimming and diving team finished ninth at the Big Ten Championships with 127 points.

Sophomore Dragos Agache earned a NCAA `B’ time and seventh place in the 200 yard breaststroke with a 2:00.31, and junior Paul Divan finished 24th at 2:07.68. The 400 yard freestyle relay team of Cameron Dye, Seth Tweedy, Andy Miner and Jon Landon finished in tenth place at 3:07.62. Sophomore Nathan Keeling finished 13th in the 200 yard butterfly at 1:49.84 and senior Trevor Haley came in 19th at 1:51.44. In the 200 yard backstroke, sophomore Andrej Lenert finished 24th at 1:51.66. Freshman Nick Divan placed 24th in the 1,650 yard freestyle with a 15:46.17.

The next scheduled competition for the Hawkeyes is the Iowa Senior Championships, March 3-5. The diving team will attempt to qualify for NCAA Championships at the NCAA Diving Qualifier in Columbus, Ohio, March 9-11. Swimmers who have earned NCAA `B’ times are provisionally qualified for the NCAA Championships in Atlanta, Georgia.

1. Indiana 760.5
2. Minnesota 652
3. Michigan 525
4. Northwestern 421
5. Ohio State 357.5
6. Purdue 346
7. Wisconsin 214
8. Penn State 186
9. IOWA 127
10. Michigan State 123

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