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Hawkeyes Fall to No. 10 Ohio State, No. 22 Purdue
Iowa won three events on the evening
Dustin Rhoads posted an NCAA 'B' cut time in the 100 yard backstroke against Ohio State and Purdue.
Dustin Rhoads posted an NCAA 'B' cut time in the 100 yard backstroke against Ohio State and Purdue.
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Nov. 8, 2013

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    West Lafayette, Ind. -- The No. 21 University of Iowa men's swimming and diving team dropped a pair of conference dual meets Friday night at the Purdue Aquatics Center. The Hawkeyes won three events, but fell to No. 10 Ohio State, 195-105, and No. 22 Purdue, 173-127.

    Senior Dustin Rhoads posted his second NCAA `B' cut time of the season in the 100-back, winning the event in 48.36 seconds. This topped Rhoads' previous `B' cut time of 48.42, set against Minnesota on Nov. 1. Rhoads took third in the 200-back, finishing in 1:47.55, a season-best for the Ames, Iowa, native.

    Sophomore Roman Trussov continued his strong season, posting a pair of victories. The reigning Big Ten Conference Swimmer of the Week swam to victories in the 100-breast (54.35) and 200-breast (1:59.82). Trussov's 100-breast time, an NCAA `B' cut time, is the third time Trussov has posted a `B' cut in the event this season.

    Freshman Nick Zito posted a pair of second-place finishes. Zito took second in the 200-breast (2:00.23) behind Trussov's first place finish, while senior Andrew Marciniak took fourth (2:03.01). Zito touched out 1:51.51 in the 200-IM, a new season best, to take second, with fellow Hawkeye Kyle Noser taking third in 1:51.68.

    Iowa scored a second and third place finish in the two relays. The team of junior Grant Betulius, Marciniak, Rhoads, and senior Gianni Sesto took second in the the 200-medley relay, the opening event of the dual, with a time of 1:29.87. In the 400-free relay, Zito, freshman Peter Grumhaus, freshman Kyle Gannon, and Betulius came in third, touching out in 3:04.80.

    Iowa returns to action Dec. 6-8, hosting the Hawkeye Invitational at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center Pool.

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