Things got off to a bit of an odd start, as Illinois powered to a win in the 200 medley relay, with Notre Dame’s A and B relays taking 2nd and 3rd and Iowa’s A relay placing 4th.
The University of Iowa swimming and diving team will send the women’s team to Champaign, Illinois to face Illinois and No. 13 Notre Dame on Friday, while the Hawkeye men’s team hosts the Fighting Irish on Saturday at 11 a.m. (CT).
Max McHugh won the men’s 100 breast, hitting the NCAA A cut standard exactly, touching in 51.73.
Freshman breaststroker Max McHugh came within .4 of his best 100 breast time.
Lindsey Kozelsky and Chantal Knack won multiple events for the Gopher women as Bowen Becker and Max McHugh continued their strong starts to the season for the men.
On the men’s side of the meet, a pair of international freshmen took up the torch for Iowa.
Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) took the men’s 200 back in record fashion, posting a 1:59.97 to break 2:00 for the first time in his career.
The Iowa State pool records in the 200 free and 50 free fell while Iowa sped to victory over Iowa State.
Recorded a first place finish at Iowa’s dual against Iowa State
The final session of the 2017 Minnesota Invite concluded with victories for both University of Minnesota teams… but also for both University of Iowa teams. Here’s how.
Mackenzie Padington and Danielle Nack put the NCAA on alert with stellar performances on night two of the Minnesota Invite.
Swimmers from the University of Minnesota and the University of Iowa are joined by both Olympians and high school state champions on day two of the Minnesota Invite.
Tevyn Waddell was one of five Minnesota women who won a pair of individual events as they rolled past Iowa.
The University of Wisconsin swimmer took 3 seconds off the old mark.
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