AquaHawks down Truman State


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The Iowa women’s swimming and diving team started its season on a good note over the weekend, defeating Division-II Truman State, 182-78.

Iowa swept every event in the meet except the 200-yard butterfly.

Junior cocaptain Verity Hicks and senior Julie Feingold led the Aquahawks.

Both swimmers took first in two events — Hicks won the 200 and 500 freestyle, and Feingold won the 100 and 200 breaststroke.

Hicks also swam a leg on the 400-freestyle relay, which took first in the final event.

Sophomore cocaptain Danielle Carty and junior Katarina Tour, last year’s MVP, took first in the 100 backstroke and the 100 butterfly.

Carty and Tour were also members of the 200-relay team that won in the meet’s opening event.

Iowa has little time to rest, starting its Big Ten season in less than a week.

The Aquahawks will continue on the road, heading to Madison on Friday to take on Wisconsin, which defeated Wisconsin-Milwaukee in its season-opener.

— by Mitch Smith

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