Feb. 26, 2014
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Ann Arbor, Mich. — The University of Iowa men’s swimming and Diving team opened the 2014 Big Ten Championships in record-setting fashion, breaking the 200 medley relay record. Iowa currently sits in seventh with 44 points while host, and defending national champion, Michigan leads with 80 points.
Iowa opened the championships behind the quartet of junior and seniors , , and . The foursome finished sixth in the event, touching out 1:26.33. The time marks a new program best, as well as a NCAA `B’ cut time.
In the only other event of day one, the Hawkeyes swam to a top-10 time in the 800 freestyle relay. Freshman , sophomore , along with seniors Sesto and finished in 6:31.59 to record the eighth fastest time in program history.