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Hawks set NCAA Wrestling Single Season Attendance mark

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The University of Iowa Wrestling program set an NCAA division one single season attendance record of 61,843 fans or an average of 8,835 fans in seven dual meets.  

Iowa also became the first school in NCAA history to host three duals with more than 10,000 fans---the Hawks led the nation in attendance-- Iowa State was fourth and UNI, 9th.

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