CANCUN, Mexico – Another significant dose of scoring from Samantha Logic and Melissa Dixon on Thursday night helped the Iowa women’s basketball team to 6-1 this season after a 78-65 win over Southern California at the Cancun Challenge. The two juniors combined for 40 points (Logic a game-high 22, Dixon 18) and nine assists with […]
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ROSEMONT, Ill. – Theairra Taylor is a senior guard at Iowa. That, in itself, is a story. A comeback story. Make that comebacks. Like three ACL tears in 20 months. A story of persistence and triumph. “How can you not love a kid who doesn’t have to be here?” Iowa women’s basketball coach Lisa Bluder […]
West Lafayette, Ind. — Sophomore Samantha Logic scored a career-high 26 points on 10-of-13 shooting to help Iowa snap a five-game losing streak with a 72-52 victory over No. 18 Purdue Sunday in Big Ten Conference women’s basketball. Box Score The victory marks the first time the Hawkeyes have won at Mackey Arena since Feb. […]
Something has happened to the Iowa women’s basketball team that went 6-0 in December. The Hawkeyes had a players-only meeting after the 67-65 loss Sunday to Northwestern in Iowa City. “You don’t want the season to, you know, slip away,” Iowa senior Jaime Printy said. “And I’m not saying it has, at all. We still […]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – Theairra Taylor celebrated a breakthrough Thursday. With the Iowa women’s basketball team needing an overtime spark to beat Ohio State, Taylor turned in her best performance as a Hawkeye. “Theairra played outstanding,” Iowa coach Lisa Bluder said after beating the Buckeyes 77-71. “I’ve been waiting for everybody to have the opportunity […]
Iowa assistant coach Jan Jensen referred to senior Morgan Johnson and sophomore Bethany Doolittle as the “twin towers” Wednesday. The improvements made by the 6-foot-4 Doolittle have convinced Iowa coach Lisa Bluder to put her on the court with the 6-foot-5 Johnson. “She’s going to be a big impact player for us,” Bluder said of […]
After three ACL surgeries, junior hopes to stay-injury free.
Sophomore post Bethany Doolittle took the opening night of the Game Time League off.