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UI freshman notches school record in 200 freestyle
UI freshman Becky Stoughton swam to a school record in the 200 free on the first day of the Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships.
UI freshman Becky Stoughton swam to a school record in the 200 free on the first day of the Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships.
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Feb. 15, 2012

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IOWA CITY, Iowa -- University of Iowa women's swimming and diving freshman Becky Stoughton broke the school record in the 200 freestyle during her opening leg of the 800 freestyle relay in the first session of the 2012 Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships.

Stoughton gave the Hawkeyes a big lead in the relay, swimming a time of 1:47.29. She broke her previous record of 1:48.52 by more than a second. Iowa's relay, consisting of Stoughton, Emily Hovren, Hannah Maher and Daniela Cubelic, went on to win the first heat in 7:20.29. The quarter finished ninth overall with the second fastest time in UI history.

Iowa finished eighth overall in the opening relay of the Championships, the 200-medley relay. Danielle Carty, Karolina Wartalowicz, Haley Gordon and Heather Arseth finished with a time of 1:41.85.

The Hawkeyes got a third place showing in the exhibition three-meter sychronized springboard event. Senior Veronica Rydze and sophomore Abby Grilli finished with a total of 214.56.

Iowa currently sits in eighth place in the team standings with 40 points. Wisconsin has the team lead with 72 points, followed by Indiana (68) and Minnesota (66) in second and third.

The Championships resume with preliminaries on Thursday morning beginning at 11 a.m. Thursday's finals will follow at 6:30 p.m.

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