Diving Highlights Day 3 of B1Gs

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The University of Iowa women’s swimming and diving team finished day three of the Big Ten Championships at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center, earning high diving marks. 

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Sophomore Jayah Mathews qualified a No. 6 for the ‘A’ final with a score of 331.80, followed by Sam Tamborski (315.20) and Thelma Strandberg(298.65), who qualified in the ‘B’ final. 

Mathews one upped her score in the finals, finishing fourth with a score of 353.10. Tamborski (332.35) and Strandberg (278.75) rounded out the ‘B’ final. 


Sophomore Kelsey Drake (53.50) and Kelly McNamara (53.62) both qualified in the ‘B’ final of the 100 fly, finishing the night in finals with times of 53.81 (Drake) and 54.02 (McNamara). 

Juniors Hannah Burvill (1:45.93) and Allyssa Fluit (1:46.67) qualified for the 200 free finals, Burvill at No. 7 in the ‘A’ final and Fluit at No. 10 in the ‘B’ final. Burvill dropped .89 seconds in the finals with a time of 1:45.04, while Fluit swam a time of 1:47.07. 


Senior Devin Jacobs moved to third in school history in the 400 IM with a time of 4:20.09, cutting 1.1 seconds off her previous record. Sophomore Lexi Horner also recorded a career-best with a time of 4:29.27. 


The 200-free relay team of Burvill, Sarah Schemmel, McNamara, and Drake swam a time of 1:32.11 in the finals. This effort earned 10th place, after Michigan took the meet record in 1:26.84. 


Senior Abbey Schneider touched in the 200 free with a career-best time of 1:52.92. Freshman Taylor Hartley also swam to a career-best with a time of 1:53.62. 

Sophomore Sage Ohlensehlen topped the breaststroke performances for the Hawkeyes with a time of 1:03.95, a career-best. Jacobs followed with a career-best time of 1:04.92. 


The Hawkeyes currently sit at No. 8 with 315.5 points. Indiana leads with 938.5 points.


Tomorrow the Hawkeyes take to the pool at 10 a.m. (CT) and 5:30 p.m. to compete for the final day in the events listed below.

Saturday, Feb. 23 – 10 a.m./5:30 p.m.

200 Back (prelims/finals)

100 Free (prelims/finals)

200 Breast (prelims/finals)

200 Fly (prelims/finals)

1,650 Free (prelims/finals)

Platform Diving (trials/finals)

400 Free Relay (finals)

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