Roy Marble has published a memoir of his time with the Hawkeyes.
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Brad Lohaus gave serious consideration to skipping his final season of eligibility at Iowa in 1986-87. New coach Tom Davis convinced Lohaus, who had averaged just 3.6 points and 3.2 rebounds the previous season, to give it a shot. Lohaus, a 7-foot forward, had a solid senior season for the Hawkeyes. He averaged 11.3 points [...]
The 1986-87 Iowa Hawkeyes won their first 18 games and reached the No. 1 spot in the AP poll for the first time in school history.
With links to game stories and a poll: Who was your favorite Hawkeye on the ’86-87 team?
IOWA CITY, Ia. – Pictures of Ed Horton and Kevin Gamble can still be found in the trophy case at Lanphier High School in Springfield, Ill. Their team picture is still in the school gym, too. “A lot of memories in that gym,” Drake point guard Karl Madison said. Horton and Gamble played on Lanphier’s [...]
Merrick Mackdanz-Marble, the son of Iowa basketball great Roy Marble, is enrolled at West Des Moines Valley High School. Valley athletic director Brad Rose confirmed last Friday that Mackdanz-Marble has been a student for a few weeks. The 6-foot-4 sophomore was on the junior varsity team at Minneapolis Washburn and then moved up to the [...]
Bryce Cartwright’s cramps forced Devyn Marble into big role as point guard in Drake win.