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Wrestling Practice Open to the Public on Saturday
Fans are invited to watch the Hawkeyes practice at 10:30 a.m. inside the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex
Derek St. John and the Hawkeyes will look to extend their 77-dual unbeaten streak when the host the Iowa City Duals Nov. 25.
Derek St. John and the Hawkeyes will look to extend their 77-dual unbeaten streak when the host the Iowa City Duals Nov. 25.
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Oct. 13, 2011



IOWA CITY, Iowa -- University of Iowa wrestling fans are invited to grab a glimpse of the 2011-12 Hawkeyes as they practice in the newly renovated Dan Gable Wrestling Complex at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Admission is free.

Fans interested in attending should enter Carver-Hawkeye Arena through the west entrance and proceed into the Dale and Marilyn Howard Family Pavilion. Take the stairs or elevator to the second floor and continue down the hallway across from the practice gym and into the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex.

The Hawkeyes open the season Nov. 19 at the Lindenwood University Open before returning to Carver-Hawkeye Arena to host Baker, Cornell College and Iowa Central on Nov. 25 at the Iowa City Duals.

Season and single-meet tickets are now available for purchase on hawkeyesports.com. Season tickets for nine home duals (including the Iowa City Duals) are available for $67. Single-meet tickets for the Iowa City Duals (11/25), Illinois (12/2), Northern Iowa (12/8), Northwestern (1/15) and Wisconsin (2/5) are $10 for adults, $5 for children. Single-meet tickets to Oklahoma State (1/7) and Minnesota (1/29) are $13 for adults, $7 for children. Kids under five-years old are admitted free to all home events.

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