Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by Iowa (CRWC Natatorium) November 3, 2016 25 yards, men’s and women’s dual meet …
The Minnesota women handed Iowa a loss similar to that of the men’s meet Friday night in Minneapolis, taking the Hawkeyes 186-114.
Emma Sougstad (above) dropped a quick time in the 50 fly to help propel Iowa to a victory.
Lacey Locke won the 100 back, 200 back, and 200 IM to help secure the Northwestern women’s victory over Iowa.
Iowa wins 174.5 to 125.5 over Illinois in Big 10 match up.
Sougstad won the 200 IM (2:01.39), 100 breast (1:00.50), and 200 breast (2:12.95) to lead the team to victory over Iowa State.
The Iowa Hawkeyes broke 7 pool records and won 15 of 16 events to top in-state rivals Iowa State in a road meet Friday night.
University of Iowa men’s swimming wins the Hawkeye Invitational for the second straight year.
Three victories from Emma Sougstad helped propel the Iowa women to an early lead.
Purdue took down Big 10 challenger Iowa in West Lafayette yesterday, turning in several top ten ranked swims in the process.
One of the highlights of the meet came in the diver’s 50 free when freshman Will Brenner touched with a time of 20.87 for the win.
Emma Sougstad (above) swam the fastest fly leg of any medley relay.
The University of Iowa men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams heads to the Windy City to open the 2015-16 season.
Kierra Smith (above) had a breakout summer competing for Canada, just missing a medal in the 200m breast at the Pan Pacific Games. She’ll be a star for the Minnesota Gophers this championship season.
The Iowa Hawkeyes topped the Illinois Fighting Illinois in Champaign on Saturday, thanks in part to Emma Sougstad’s two victories.