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NCAA.com | January 30, 2014

Preview: No. 8 Louisville to take on Indiana in Division I action

Louisville will travel to Bloomington, Ind. to take on Indiana in the last dual meet of the season. The competition will begin at 5 pm at Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center.

All four teams are ranked among the top-25 in the nation. The Cardinal men are ranked No. 7 with the Hoosier men right behind at No. 8.

In the last competition a weekend ago, Louisville took down in-state rival Kentucky in Ralph Wright Natatorium. The men won 212.5 - 87.5 on Senior Day. Joao De Lucca was awarded swimmer of the week honors by the American Athletic Conference for their efforts. De Lucca won the 100- and 200-free gaining NCAA B-cuts in both, while helping the 400-free relay set a new pool record vs. Kentucky.

The IU men haven't competed since Jan. 18 as they posted wins against Iowa and Missouri in Iowa City. Eric Ress was named the Counsilman-Hunsaker Swimmer of the Week by CollegeSwimming.com with an NCAA B cut and victory in the 200 backstroke, a win in the 200-IM and a second-place finish in the 100- backstroke.

Other notes:

No. 8 West Chester will take on Penn in Division II action this weekend. The Golden Rams are coming off of an outing at the West Chester Diving Invitational... No. 3 Kenyon will face Ohio Wesleyan in Division III. In Kenyon's last meet, it slipped on the final day to finish in fourth place in the Winter Classic.

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