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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The University of Iowa women’s swimming and diving team completed day two of the women’s Big Ten Championships at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Centerwith three top 20 finishes and a school record.
The 400-medley relay team of Hannah Burvill, Sage Ohlensehlen, Kelsey Drake, and Sarah Schemmel finished ninth with a time of 3:39.21, good for No. 6 in school history. Burvill’s lead off split of 53.27 is a school record, breaking Meghan Lavelle’s 2018 record.
Burvill also qualified at No. 7 for the finals of the 50 free with a time of 22.62, but finished finals with a time of 22.71.
Sophomore Jayah Mathews took ninth off the 1-meter springboard with a score of 305.75. Freshman Sam Tamborski finished just outside the ‘B’ final in prelims with a score of 265.35.
Junior Allyssa Fluit finished the first individual event of the Big Ten Championships with a career best time of 4:49.76. This is the sixth fastest time in school history and replaces her previous time of 4:50.13 in the record books.
Freshman Taylor Hartley dropped 10 seconds off her career best time, earning a 5:02.13 in prelims of the 500 Free.
Freshman Lauren McDougall swam a 23.93 second 50 free in prelims, cutting .07 off her career best.
The Hawkeyes currently sit at No. 9 with 162.5 points. Indiana leads with 497 points.
ORDER OF EVENTS
Tomorrow the Hawkeyes take to the pool at 10 a.m. (CT) and 5:30 p.m. to compete in the events listed below.
Friday, Feb. 22 – 10 a.m./5:30 p.m.
100 Fly (prelims/finals)
400 IM (prelims/finals)
200 Free (prelims/finals)
100 Breast (prelims/finals)
100 Back (prelims/finals)
3-Meter Diving (trials/finals)
200-Free Relay (finals)
For live results, follow live @IowaSwimDive on Twitter or on hawkeyesports.com.