FROM UI SPORTS INFORMATION: IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa women’s basketball team will host Syracuse as part of the seventh annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The game is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 5, in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Start time and television information will be released at a later date. Syracuse begins a new era [...]
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FROM UI SPORTS INFORMATION: IOWA CITY, Iowa – University of Iowa senior Morgan Johnson has been selected to the NetScouts Basketball United States All-Star team. Johnson, along with nine other NCAA Division I seniors, will travel to China for 15 days to play against other national teams. The all-star team will be in China from [...]
IOWA CITY, Ia. – A national television audience caught a glimpse of Bethany Doolittle’s potential. The Iowa women’s basketball team ended its season Tuesday with a 74-57 loss to Notre Dame, on ESPN2, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. It was the final Carver-Hawkeye Arena appearance for seniors Morgan Johnson, Jaime Printy and [...]
Andrew Logue is in Iowa City tonight to cover the Iowa women’s basketball team’s second-round NCAA Tournament game against Notre Dame. The game begins at 8:30 p.m. Tweets by @AndrewMLogue
Iowa senior Jamie Printy talks about Tuesday’s NCAA Tournament matchup against Notre Dame: http://bcove.me/9rnr6hyw IOWA CITY, Ia. – Something is missing from the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. “We need a little more madness,” Iowa point guard Samantha Logic said. “Why not start with us?” The ninth-seeded Hawkeyes will aim for a shocker tonight when they [...]
The script was reversed Sunday with the Little People on the court for UT-Martin while the Fighting Irish, minus the leprechaun, had all the big people. Skyhawk mighty mite Heather Butler, generously listed at 5-foot-5, was nearly impossible to defend, but the Irish had too many easy inside baskets and pulled away to a 97-64 victory in an NCAA opening round game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
A flurry of 3s buried the fury in the post. Melissa Dixon, Iowa’s 5-foot-8 sophomore guard did what she does best in coming to the rescue of a team that was in trouble.
Spring snow. And an aggressive Hawkeye defense. What are two things Miami was probably not ready for in the NCAA Tournament?
Iowa is in the NCAA Tournament for the sixth straight season, which is impressive.
Days after moving into their house in Marion, the Printy family began their most important home-improvement project.