The women’s swimming and diving team improved to 2-0 on Friday with what IU coach Ray Looze termed a “grind-it-out win” against conference foe Northwestern on Friday. Coming off the most challenging week to date in both the pool and in the weight room, the Hoosiers responded with a 172.5 to 127.5 victory against a strong Wildcat team.
The IU women’s swimming and diving team put on a dominating performance Saturday in its first meet of the season, defeating Kentucky handily in a meet that was never closely contested. The Hoosiers won 15 of 16 events, taking first and second in six events and first, second and third in two events. They also took places one through four in the 500-meter freestyle. IU Coach Ray Looze said he is treating the victory with cautious optimism, noting that the team is talented, but still has much to prove.
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Sherwood Oaks Christian Church plans to open a coffee shop at 315 E. Kirkwood Ave. in January called “The Pour House.” All profits will go to poverty relief programs.