The Great Britain native leads the Hawkeyes in three freestyle events, sprinting to top times in the 100 (49.22), 200 (.29), and 500 (.12).
Burvill also owns the second-fastest time in the 50 free (23.85) behind junior (283.20), and freshman Thelma Baatz-Strandberg (288.65) have all posted qualifying scores off the 1-meter.
Instead of racing down the lanes, they'll be coaching from the deck.
UI graduates (2016) have joined the program as interim assistant coaches.
The Hawkeyes return three NCAA qualifiers and top performers in 10-of-14 swimming events, two-of-three diving events, and seven top performers in relays.
The Hawkeye women bring back 23 letterwinners, including three NCAA qualifiers, and add eight newcomers.
The facility includes a 50-meter competition pool, a separate diving well, a leisure pool with lap lanes, and 24,000 square feet of fitness space.
This year's freshmen class comes from all over the map -- Colorado, Iowa (2), Illinois, Michigan (2), Great Britain, and Norway. From 1937 to 1960, Iowa placed in the NCAA top 10 a total of 18 times, crowning nine NCAA and 22 Big Ten champions.
Mende and Smith were also part of Iowa's winning 200-medley relay (.64). She swam to victories in the 100 and 200 breast and the 200 IM, posting times of .71, .16, and .04.
Sougstad was also a member of Iowa's top 200-medley relay that featured juniors has already made quite the splash early on in her Hawkeye career.
RETURNING NCAA QUALIFIERS The Iowa swimming and diving program returns six NCAA qualifiers from a season ago.
Three members of the men's 200 and 400-medley relays return, including redshirt sophomore .