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SCHEDULE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS 2016-17 Schedule Date.................Opponent........................................... Time (TV/Webcast) Nov. 6.............Lewis (Exh.)......................................................... 2 p.m. Nov. 11...........Oral Roberts........................................................ 6 p.m. Nov. 13...........Hampton.............................................................. Noon Nov. 16...............at North Dakota............................................................7:30 p.m. Nov. 19...........Massachusetts %.........................................12:30 p.m. Nov. 20...........Montana/South Dakota State %....................... 2 p.m. Nov. 24...............vs. UCLA #..............................................................................8 p.m. Nov. 25...............vs. James Madison #..........................................................8 p.m. Nov. 30...........Notre Dame ^........................................... 8 p.m. (BTN) Dec. 4.............Northern Iowa..................................................... 2 p.m. Dec. 7.............Iowa State +........................................................ 7 p.m. Dec. 9.............Robert Morris...................................................... 7 p.m. Dec. 18...............at Drake..................................................................................2 p.m. Dec. 20...........Kent State ........................................................... 5 p.m. Dec. 28...............at Illinois.....................................................................3 p.m. (BTN) Dec. 31...........Nebraska........................................... 2 p.m. (BTN Plus) Jan. 3..................at Penn State............................................................6 p.m. (BTN) Jan. 11............Illinois................................................ 7 p.m. (BTN Plus) Jan. 14............Maryland................................................... 3 p.m. (BTN) Jan. 17................at Rutgers.........................................................6 p.m. (BTN Plus) Jan. 21............Minnesota......................................... 2 p.m. (BTN Plus) Jan. 29................at Maryland......................................................... 1 p.m. (ESPN2) Feb. 2.............Rutgers.............................................. 7 p.m. (BTN Plus) Feb. 5..................at Michigan......................................................1 p.m. (BTN Plus) Feb. 9.............Michigan State.......................................... 6 p.m. (BTN) Feb. 12...............at Ohio State..........................................................11 a.m. (BTN) Feb. 16...........Northwestern............................................ 7 p.m. (BTN) Feb. 19...............at Purdue.................................................................11 a.m. (BTN) Feb. 22...............at Indiana..........................................................6 p.m. (BTN Plus) Feb. 26...........Wisconsin..................................................... TBD (TBD) March 1March 5.............at Big Ten Tournament..........................................................TBD Mar. 17-19..........NCAA First/Second Rounds........................................................TBD (Campus Sites) Mar. 24-27..........NCAA Regionals...............................................................................TBD (TBA) March 31.............NCAA National Semifinals...........................................................TBD (Dallas) April 2...................NCAA National Championship.................................................TBD (Dallas) Note: Game times are central time and are subject to change. % - Hawkeye Challenge # - Cancun Challenge ^ - ACC/Big Ten Challenge + - Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Table of Contents 2016-17 Season Preview................................................................................................. 2 Roster..................................................................................................................................... 3 2016-17 at a Glance.......................................................................................................... 4 UI President Bruce Harreld............................................................................................. 5 UI Director of Athletics Gary Barta.......................................................................... 5-6 Head Coach Lisa Bluder.............................................................................................. 7-9 Associate Head Coach Jan Jensen.............................................................................10 Assistant Coach Jenni Fitzgerald...............................................................................11 Assistant Coach Lacey Goldwire................................................................................12 Director of Operations Abby (Emmert) Stamp/Support Staff.........................13 Meet the Hawkeyes..................................................................................................14-24 2015-16 Results/Statistics......................................................................................25-26 NCAA Tournament History...........................................................................................27 Big Ten Championship Teams.....................................................................................28 Individual Awards and Honors.............................................................................29-31 Consensus All-Americans.......................................................................................32-33 1,000-Point Club..............................................................................................................34 Series Records vs. Opponents...............................................................................35-45 Carver-Hawkeye Arena Records.................................................................................46 Individual Records....................................................................................................47-48 Single-Season Scoring Leaders..................................................................................49 Team Records....................................................................................................................50 Class Records..............................................................................................................51-52 Career Leaders............................................................................................................53-54 Incidental Stats and Overtime Results.....................................................................55 Postseason Records........................................................................................................56 Individual/Team Top 10.................................................................................................57 Iowa Coaching Records.................................................................................................58 All-Time Results..........................................................................................................59-65 Year-by-Year Individual Leaders.................................................................................66 Year-by-Year Team Statistics........................................................................................67 All-Time Letterwinners..................................................................................................68 All-Time Jersey Numbers..............................................................................................69 Hawkeye Challenge Results.........................................................................................70 Hawkeye Visions..............................................................................................................71 Athletic Communications............................................................................................72 Radio/TV Roster...............................................................................................................73

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Lisa Bluder Q-and-A regarding the 2016-17 season: Last year, Iowa was one of the last four teams out of the NCAA Tournament. How has that experience motivated this year’s team? We had a great streak going with eight straight NCAA Tournament appearances. No one else in the Big Ten had accomplished that and only 10 other schools in America had done that. I think we felt a little bit of pressure to keep that going; we had a young team last year. Even though we didn’t achieve our goal of making the NCAA Tournament that has motivated this group even more. They rolled up their sleeves over the summer and we are ready to start a new streak. You return four starters from last year’s team. How beneficial will that starting experience be? It will be really beneficial. Ironically, we were young last year and we are still young this year. We had two of our five freshmen start last year, so we are still really a young team. Any experience that we can get is going to be beneficial. Ally Disterhoft has made big contributions for this team on and off the court. What can we expect from Ally in her senior campaign? Ally continues to impress everybody, not only with her on-the-floor accolades, but her off-the-court achievements as well. To go into your senior year and already have a job lined up; that’s a relief and a burden lifted off of your shoulders that all seniors are wondering about. Her future is planned out, so she doesn’t really have to worry about that anymore. She continues to do such great things academically, as a role model in our community, and setting an example. She’s part of our leadership committee that we have, and our senior starter that returns to this basketball team. She is going to be asked to do so much as far as being a leader on this team. You have three seniors on your roster. What kind of impact do they have on the team? You play for your seniors. When you are trying to figure out how to get through the end of a practice, or through that weight workout, you have to go back to focusing on others. This is their last opportunity to wear an Iowa uniform. The more that you can remember that, the easier it is to get through those tough moments. Last season, both Megan Gustafson and Tania Davis were named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. How do you see their roles evolving as sophomores? All the experience that they gained last year from being starters on our team to being named to the all-freshman team will give them so much confidence. Their experience will also be huge. They got much more experience than other freshmen in our league because of their starting roles last season. We are going to see in those two things like we saw with Sam (Logic), Melissa (Dixon), and Bethany (Doolittle) who started at a young age and had unbelievable careers here at Iowa. Last year’s recruiting class was ranked seventh nationally by Blue Star -- the highest ranked recruiting class for your staff. How do you see this year’s freshmen class impacting the team? It is our highest ranked recruiting class, and it’s not because there is one superstar on the list. I look back to Sam’s (Logic) class, and I their class was ranked 10th and she was the 10th-best player in America. This year it’s more about the quality and the quantity. We have five

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2016-17 SEASON PREVIEW great, legitimate players in that class. It’s not like there’s a one-superstar mentality. I like that, because that’s the way our whole team is. We always want to have five people in double figures. We don’t want to have one superstar; we want five weapons on the floor all at the same time. This freshmen class epitomizes that. I’m excited about what this group is going to achieve. Your coaching staff has been credited with creating the program’s family atmosphere. What makes your staff fit so well together? It’s because we are really like best friends; that’s hard to find in a staff. We have such longevity. Jan (Jensen), Jenni (Fitzgerald), and I are beginning our 25th year of working together. I joke with them that I should bring them a silver tea set or something to commemorate our 25 years of working together. Ever since Lacey (Goldwire) got here, she’s been such a natural fit. We get along so well, and it’s a good example for our players. How would you describe the personality of this year’s team? This team is hungry because of what happened last year. They are also young. Anytime you have a young team you have that youthful innocence and enthusiasm, which is really fun. They are coachable and eager to learn. The big trademark for us is the family aspect. It is being great teammates and caring about each other. Carver-Hawkeye Arena looks a little different this season with the additions of the video boards and new floor. What do you think that will add to the atmosphere? It’s beautiful. You walk in the arena and the energy level feels great and bright. The lights are bright, the new scoreboards add so much to the atmosphere. It’s going to be so much fun for the fan experience. The floor is so clean and beautiful. We are proud. As University of Iowa athletes we are proud of the uniform that we wear, and we are proud of our facilities that we have here whether it’s the practice gym or Carver-Hawkeye Arena. This just dresses that up a little bit more. The fans are going to enjoy what they see when they walk into Carver this season. Iowa was ranked 20th in national attendance last season. How important is the fan support you receive each and every year? It’s one of the reasons why being a Hawkeye is so great. Our fans are there for us, they are knowledgeable, they show up, and they are enthusiastic. We are thankful for our fan support. It’s been 10 years or more that we’ve been ranked in the top 20 in attendance. We are thankful for that. It is something that we recruit to. When we are out recruiting, we talk about the tremendous fan support we have here, and that makes it fun for our student-athletes to play in front of. You have 18 home games on the schedule. With a young team, how beneficial will that be? When you are young, you need the benefit, advantage, and comfort of playing on your home court. We do have that this year, but we have some really tough opponents coming into Carver-Hawkeye Arena. We host Iowa State and we play Notre Dame in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, who has had one of the top programs in over the last decade. It is going to be a challenging environment inside Carver, because of the opponents we are bring in here, but we will have home court advantage.


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2016-17 ROSTER Numerical No. Name 1 Alexa Kastanek 2 Ally Disterhoft 3 Makenzie Meyer 4 Chase Coley 5 Alexis Sevillian 10 Megan Gustafson 11 Tania Davis 21 Hannah Stewart 22 Kathleen Doyle 23 Christina Buttenham 34 Carly Mohns 35 Bre Cera 40 Hailey Schneden 43 Amanda Ollinger

Yr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. RS-So. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-3 5-5 6-3 5-3 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-1

Pos. G G G F/C G F/C G F G F F G F F

Hometown (High School/Last School) Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast) Iowa City, Iowa (West) Mason City, Iowa (Mason City) Minneapolis, Minn. (Washburn) Goodrich, Mich. (Goodrich) Port Wing, Wis. (South Shore) Grand Blanc, Mich. (Goodrich) Minot, N.D. (Bishop Ryan Catholic) LaGrange Park, Ill. (Benet Academy) Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary Catholic Secondary) Brodhead, Wis. (Brodhead) Mukwonago, Wis. (Mukwonago) Davenport, Iowa (Assumption) Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Linn-Mar)

Head Coach: Lisa Bluder (17th year -- Northern Iowa, 1983) Associate Head Coach: Jan Jensen (17th year -- Drake, 1991) Assistant Coach: Jenni Fitzgerald (17th year -- Drake, 1990) Assistant Coach: Lacey Goldwire (4th year -- Oklahoma State, 2010) Director of Basketball Operations: Abby (Emmert) Stamp (8th year -- Iowa, 2008) Alphabetical No. Name 23 Christina Buttenham 35 Bre Cera 4 Chase Coley 11 Tania Davis 2 Ally Disterhoft 22 Kathleen Doyle 10 Megan Gustafson 1 Alexa Kastanek 3 Makenzie Meyer 34 Carly Mohns 43 Amanda Ollinger 40 Hailey Schneden 5 Alexis Sevillian 21 Hannah Stewart

Yr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. RS-So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So.

Ht. 5-11 5-10 6-3 5-3 6-0 5-9 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-5 6-2

Pos. F G F/C G G G F/C G G F F F G F

Hometown (High School/Last School) Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary Catholic Secondary) Mukwonago, Wis. (Mukwonago) Minneapolis, Minn. (Washburn) Grand Blanc, Mich. (Goodrich) Iowa City, Iowa (West) LaGrange Park, Ill. (Benet Academy) Port Wing, Wis. (South Shore) Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast) Mason City, Iowa (Mason City) Brodhead, Wis. (Brodhead) Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Linn-Mar) Davenport, Iowa (Assumption) Goodrich, Mich. (Goodrich) Minot, N.D. (Bishop Ryan Catholic)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Lisa Bluder BLUE-dir Christina Buttenham BUTT-in-HAM Bre Cera SARA Tania Davis Tun-EYE-uh Ally Disterhoft DIST-ir-hoft Megan Gustafson GUS-toff-son Alexa Kastanek uh-LEX-uh kuh-STON-IK Carly Mohns MOANS Amanda Ollinger AAH-ling-gir Hailey Schneden SCHNAY-din Alexia Sevillian Suh-VILL-an

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2015-16 Record: 19-14 Big Ten Conference Record: 8-10/9th 2015-16 Postseason: WNIT First Round 2015-16 Final Ranking (AP/USA Today): N/A Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 Head Coach: Lisa Bluder, 17th year at Iowa Alma Mater/Year: Northern Iowa/1983 Career Record/Years: 679-330 (.673)/32 years Bluder at Iowa/Years: 323-188 (.632)/16 years Big Ten Record: 160-106 (.602) Associate Head Coach: Jan Jensen, 17th year at Iowa (Drake/1991) Assistant Coaches: Jenni Fitzgerald, 17th year at Iowa (Drake/1992) Lacey Goldwire, 4th year at Iowa (Oklahoma State/2010) Director of Basketball Operations: Abby (Emmert) Stamp, 8th year at Iowa (Iowa/2008) Video Coordinator: Sean Sullivan, 2nd year at Iowa (Iowa/2015) Athletic Trainer: Jennie Sertterh (Southern Illinois/1996) Basketball Secretary: Brenda Kral Basketball Office N211 Carver-Hawkeye Arena Iowa City, IA 52242 Telephone: 319-335-9258

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HAWKEYES AT A GLANCE Letterwinners Returning (9): *Ally Disterhoft, Sr., G/F, 6-0 (17.1 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 2.8 apg) *Chase Coley, Jr., F/C, 6-3 (11.1 ppg, 5.9 rpg, 1.1 bpg) *Megan Gustafson, So., F/C, 6-3 (10.7 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 1.8 bpg) *Tania Davis, So., G, 5-3 (8.1 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 3.4 apg) *Alexa Kastanek, Sr., G, 5-10 (8.0 ppg, 1.9 rpg, 2.2 apg) Carly Mohns, RS-So., F, 6-1 (3.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 1.1 apg) Christina Buttenham, Jr., F, 5-11 (3.0 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 0.9 apg) Hannah Stewart, So., F, 6-2 (0.4 ppg, 0.7 rpg) Hailey Schneden, Sr., F, 6-1 (0.0 ppg, 0.0 rpg) Newcomers (5): Makenzie Meyer, Fr., G, 5-9, Mason City, Iowa (Mason City) Alexis Sevillian, Fr., G, 5-5, Goodrich, Mich. (Goodrich) Kathleen Doyle, Fr., G, 5-9, LaGrange Park, Ill. (Benet Academy) Bre Cera, Fr., F, 5-10, Mukwonago, Wis. (Mukwonago) Amanda Ollinger, Fr., F, 6-1, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Linn-Mar) Letterwinners Lost (5): *Whitney Jennings, So., G, 5-5 (9.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 3.0 apg) Kali Peschel, Sr., F, 6-1 (4.7 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 0.8 apg) Nicole Smith, Sr., C, 6-4 (0.5 ppg, 0.0 rpg) Claire Till, Sr., F, 6-0 (0.4 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 0.3 apg) Tagyn Larson, Fr., F, 6-2 (0.0 ppg, 0.2 rpg) *Denotes starter Personnel Breakdown By Class: Seniors (3): Disterhoft, Kastanek, Schneden Juniors (2): Buttenham, Coley Sophomores (4): Davis, Gustafson, Mohns, Stewart Freshmen (5): Cera, Doyle, Meyer, Ollinger, Sevillian By Height: 5-3: Davis 5-5: Sevillian 5-9: Doyle, Meyer 5-10: Cera, Kastanek 5-11: Buttenham 6-0: Disterhoft 6-1: Mohns, Ollinger, Schneden 6-2: Stewart 6-3: Coley, Gustafson


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UI PRESIDENT/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Bruce Harreld

President University of Iowa Bruce Harreld became the 21st president of the University of Iowa on November 2, 2015. He received a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Purdue University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard University. President Harreld served on the faculty of Harvard Business School from 2008–2014, with dual appointments to the entrepreneurial and strategy units. He was faculty chair of the Building New Businesses in Established Organizations program. As a faculty member, he taught in numerous executive programs in Cambridge, Qatar, Mumbai, and Shanghai. He also has been an adjunct professor at Northwestern University in the Kellogg School of Management, developing the first-ever MBA course on Strategic Use of Information Technology. President Harreld has served in several corporate leadership positions. As senior vice president and division president of Kraft General Foods, he led the strategic unit that formulated strategy and executed acquisitions for this multibillion-dollar company. As president and board member of Boston

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Market Company, he, along with five other partners, led the organization from 20 stores in the Boston area to over 1,100 stores nationally. As senior vice president of IBM, President Harreld worked with the CEO and senior management team to chart the organization’s transformation from near bankruptcy, led the business transformation team that streamlined operations and reintegrated the global organization, and led the strategy unit that was responsible for the formulation and execution of the company’s overall strategy. President Harreld has also served as a consultant, advising public, private, and military organizations on leadership, organic growth, and strategic renewal, including serving as manager, vice president, and member of the board of the Boston Consulting Group. President Harreld is the author or coauthor of numerous articles and book chapters in such journals and magazines as the Harvard Business Review, California Management Review, and Financial Executive, and books and monographs such as Leading Sustainable Change: An Organizational Perspective (Oxford University Press, 2015) and Core Curriculum Strategy Reading: Executive Strategy (Harvard Business Publishing, 2014). He has also authored or coauthored several case studies for Harvard Business Publishing. President Harreld has received several awards, including the Accenture Award for best business article of the year and the Distinguished Industrial Engineer and Distinguished Engineering Awards from Purdue University. President Harreld is married to Mary Gillian Harreld, an attorney. They have four children and six grandchildren. •

Director of Athletics University of Iowa A record-setting, perfect regular season, which included a Big Ten West Division title for the Hawkeye football team, set the tone for a successful 2015-16 for the University of Iowa Athletics Department, as Gary Barta completed his first decade as the UI’s Director of Athletics. As Barta enters his 11th year as the leader of Hawkeye athletics, he does so with a five-year contract extension and recognition as the 201516 Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year, presented by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). In the past year, Iowa athletics staff, coaches, and, most importantly, Hawkeye studentathletes, have continued to raise the bar in their daily approach to: Win. Graduate. Do it Right. There is tremendous momentum surrounding the entire athletics program in all three areas. The Hawkeye football team earned a spot in the Big Ten Conference Championship game after an undefeated regular season and made its sixth Rose Bowl appearance. The Iowa men’s and women’s basketball teams advanced to postseason play, and the Iowa wrestling program was once again in the thick of the battle for the national title. UI student-athletes continued to attack their work in the classroom—the “Graduate” leg of the Hawkeyes’ three-legged stool. All of Iowa’s 24 sports teams again exceeded the NCAA’s Annual Progress Report while holding steady their record, established a year ago, with a 89 percent Graduation Success Rate (GSR). The average grade point average for all student-athletes reached an impressive 3.0. The “Do it Right” column was filled with success as well. Under Barta’s leadership, the Hawkeyes continued their significant service and contribution to the greater Iowa City area and beyond, taking a leadership position in matters related to student-athlete welfare. Iowa remains among the handful of intercollegiate athletics programs nationally that successfully maintains its status as 100 percent self-supporting. Iowa’s “Wins” also occurred at the turnstiles, where the Iowa wrestling program once again led the nation in home attendance. Iowa was one of just five programs in the country to rank in the top 25 in home attendance for football, women’s basketball, and men’s basketball. When the Hawkeye baseball team reached the Big Ten Tournament championship game, more than 10,000 Hawkeye fans were in Omaha to cheer on the Hawkeyes on a Sunday afternoon. While the record-setting performance by the football team led the way in 2015-16, a number of other Hawkeye athletics teams also enjoyed outstanding success: •

The 2016 Rose Bowl marked Iowa’s 13th postseason bowl game under the leadership of Kirk Ferentz and its ninth January bowl event. Junior defensive back Desmond King earned unanimous consensus All-America honors while winning the Jim Thorpe Trophy and was recognized as the Tatum Woodson Big Ten Defensive Back of the Year. He is Iowa’s 23rd consensus All-American. Fifteen Hawkeye players earned All-Big Ten recognition.

Lisa Bluder’s women’s basketball team advanced to postseason play for the ninth straight season while fielding a very young team comprised mainly of underclassmen. Three Hawkeyes earned All-Big Ten honors, six earned Academic AllBig Ten recognition, and junior Ally Disterhoft garnered Academic All-America honors for the second straight year. The Iowa men’s basketball team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season, winning its opening game for the second consecutive year before a second round loss to the eventual national champion, Villanova. Coach Fran McCaffery’s team was ranked as high as third in the nation while earning a second straight third-place finish in the Big Ten Conference. Two Hawkeyes earned All-Big Ten honors, including first-team selection Jarod Uthoff. Jarrod Uthoff (men’s basketball) and Ally Disterhoft (women’s basketball), were named Academic All-Americans of the Year for their respective sports. Iowa became the first Division I program to claim both the male and female basketball recipients of the award in the same season. Uthoff is the first Iowa men’s basketball studentathlete to earn both consensus All-America and Academic All-America honors. Tom Brands’ Iowa wrestling squad finished second in the Big Ten and fifth at the NCAA Championships. The Hawkeyes crowned two Big Ten individual champions, featured three NCAA finalists, and had six All-Americans. Iowa wrestling set a national dual meet attendance record as 42,287 were on hand to see the Hawkeyes hand topranked Oklahoma State an 18-16 defeat in Kinnick Stadium to open the season. Iowa baseball made another late season charge under coach Rick Heller, reaching the Big Ten Tournament title game for the first time since 2010. Only a one-run loss in the championship game kept the Hawkeyes from a second straight NCAA Regional appearance. Two Hawkeyes earned first-team All-Big Ten honors and three players were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft, moving the three-year total to 11 under Heller—the most for the program since 1991-93. Coach Megan Menzel’s women’s golf program was represented in the national tournament as senior Amy Ihm competed as an individual after earning first-team All-Big Ten honors. Ihm became the first UI women’s golfer to compete in NCAA postseason competition since 1990 and just the second in program history. The UI’s men’s golf team, under the direction of second-year head coach Tyler Stith, competed in its eighth straight NCAA Tournament. The Hawkeyes placed second in the Big Ten Championships as three Hawkeyes—juniors Carson Schaake and Raymond Knoll, along with true freshman Matthew Walker—earned all-tournament recognition. Larissa Libby’s GymHawks advanced to the NCAA Regionals for the seventh time in the last eight seasons, hosting the event in Carver-Hawkeye Arena in 2016. Iowa recorded dual meet wins over five conference foes, including three Big Ten teams who were nationally ranked at the time.  Two Hawkeyes were named to the All-Championship team, with Mollie Drenth representing Iowa as an individual competitor at the NCAA Championships. Drenth, Iowa’s first NCAA Championships qualifier since 2011, placed third on beam at the NCAA Championship, earning first-team All-America accolades. She is the program’s first All-American since 2004. JD Reive’s UI men’s gymnastics squad placed fifth at the Big Ten Championships and saw Matt Loochtan garner first-team All-Big Ten recognition.  The Hawkeyes fell short of making team finals at the NCAA Championships, but saw five student-athletes advance to individual event finals. The youthful roster excelled in the classroom, tying a school record with nine Academic All-Big Ten selections. Senior Jack Boyle was also named a finalist for the Nissen-Emery Award, an award given to the country’s most outstanding senior gymnast in the gym and in the classroom.

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Joey Woody’s second season as head coach of the UI’s men’s and women’s track and field teams resulted in a record number of performers advancing to the NCAA Outdoor Championships. A total of 15 Hawkeyes advanced to the national championships, including Big Ten champions Briana Guillory (200 meters), Aaron Mallett (110 meter hurdles), men’s 400-meter relay, and women’s 1,600-meter relay. The Iowa men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both tallied top-40 finishes at the NCAA Championships under head coach Marc Long. The program had two student-athletes—junior Emma Sougstad (100 breast) and senior Roman Trussov (100 breast, 200 breast)—garner three All-America distinctions. Ten student-athletes were named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans and 35 earned Academic All-Big Ten recognition. Under third-year head coach Andrew Carter, the Iowa rowing program continued to make significant strides forward. The Hawkeyes were represented in the top-20 national rankings for the first time in six seasons. The squad placed fifth in the Big Ten Championships with 95 points, its highest championship point total since 2009. Senior Beth Baustian earned second-team Pocock All-America accolades, becoming the fourth All-American in program history and the second in the last three seasons. The Hawkeyes excelled off the water with 20 Academic All-Big Ten selections, the most for the program since 2009, and five Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar Athletes. Under second-year head coach Bond Shymansky, the UI volleyball team compiled a 10-3 record in nonconference action—the best overall start for the program since 2006 (11-1). The Hawkeyes won eight straight matches from Sept. 6-19, including a 3-1 victory over Iowa State -- Iowa’s first win over the Cyclones since 1997 -- and a 3-1 win over No. 25 Texas A&M.

In October 2015, the NCAA reported that Iowa’s student-athletes had tied the record set the previous year by posting a Graduation Success Rate (GSR) score of 89 percent. That mark ranked six points better than the national average. The NCAA also noted the UI had posted a federal graduation rate of 71 percent. This was also a record, three points better than the national average—and tops the three State of Iowa Board of Regents’ institutions. Last May, the NCAA reported that all 24 of Iowa’s sports programs were comfortably above the Academic Progress Rate (APR) threshold. The NCAA also singled out the UI’s volleyball, men’s golf, and women’s swimming and diving for APR scores that ranked in the top 10 percent of their peer group. These three teams have each registered a perfect score of 1,000 in each of the past four years. Along with Uthoff and Disterhoft earning Academic All-American of the Year accolades, the Hawkeyes also boasted Academic All-Americans in football (senior defensive back Jordan Lomax) and wrestling (senior Nathan Burak). In addition, 167 UI student-athletes earned Academic All-Big Ten recognitions throughout the year, and wrestler Alex Meyer earned academic recognition from the National Wrestling coaches Association (NWCA). “Doing it Right” for Barta and the more than 225 staff of the UI Athletics Department is a charge that encompasses a long and varied list of responsibilities, including maintaining the department’s status as one of a handful of intercollegiate athletics programs nationally that successfully operates its sports programs and auxiliary enterprises in a fiscally responsible manner and without any institutional or taxpayer financial support. The UI provides a superior experience for the more than 650 talented student-athletes who participate in the program annually and the more than one million friends and fans of the UI who attend Hawkeye events on the UI campus while being responsible and productive citizens of the greater Iowa City and University of Iowa community. In 2016-17, Barta will be responsible for an annual operating budget that will exceed $100 million for the first time, with 100 percent of the revenue side of that budget generated by the UI Athletics Department. The majority of that revenue comes as a result of success in traditional revenue sources: income as a result of membership in the Big Ten Conference (including television), sales of tickets to athletic events on the UI campus, and donations to the National I-Club. The National I-Club donations has grown into a critical piece of the financial pie managed by Barta, exemplified by continued years of outright fundraising support exceeding $26 million annually. That philanthropic support has been critical to the long list of athletics facilities that have either been built or renovated during Barta’s first 10 years on campus. That list includes: • • • • • • • • • • •

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Construction of the recently-completed $55 million Stew and LeNore Hansen Football Performance Center $47 million revitalization of Carver-Hawkeye Arena Installation of a new video wall and video ribbon board at Kinnick Stadium Installation of a new video scoreboard and playing surface at Duane Banks Field Partnered in construction of a new indoor turf facility that accommodates Olympic sports like baseball, softball, and soccer. Renovation of the practice space inside the UI Fieldhouse for the men’s and women’s gymnastics teams Construction of the Hoak Family Golf Facility for the men’s and women’s golf programs Turf replacement at Grant Field, the home of Iowa’s nationally ranked field hockey program Resurfacing of the Klotz Tennis Center courts Installation of artificial turf on the outdoor football practice fields, matching the playing surface of Kinnick Stadium Center-hung videoboards in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, along with new sound and lighting systems

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UI DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Providing the resources for UI student-athletes and coaches to be successful is a priority for Barta and his senior management team. That process includes providing state-of-the-art facilities, which is why Barta continues to work closely with institutional leadership on the finalization of a comprehensive master plan for the facilities available to the Hawkeyes. Additional facility projects on the horizon include: • • • • • •

A north end zone project at Kinnick Stadium that will provide additional premium seating options and additional upgrades Installation of a new banked track in the UI Recreation Building, home of UI indoor track programs Renovations to the Gerdin Athletics Learning Center, home to the UI’s Athletic Student Services staff Stadium upgrades to the baseball (Duane Banks Field) and softball (Bob Pearl Field) facilities A new clubhouse at the UI’s Finkbine Golf Course Additional olympic sport improvements for soccer, gymnastics, volleyball, and other teams.

Iowa’s contributions to the greater Iowa City community go far beyond the multi-million dollars of economic impact generated as a result of the staging of hundreds of annual regular season, postseason, and special events annually. Barta and UI student-athletes, coaches, and staff are also active citizens, logging thousands of hours of community service and spearheading efforts to support a wide variety of causes ranging from construction of the UI’s new Children’s Hospital, to the UI’s extremely successful Dance Marathon, to involvement with Coaches vs. Cancer. Iowa football has been involved with the Children’s Hospital “Kid Captain” program for 10 years. UI athletics teamed with the UI Alumni Association on the “Black and Gold Friday” outreach program; partnered with the College Football Playoff Foundation on “Extra Yard for (K-12) Teachers” program; and partnered with select colleges on the staging of the first “Academic Day” as part of Homecoming in 2015. Iowa’s annual “Day of Caring” serves as the foundation upon which all these outreach activities rest. Now in its 21st year of existence, the Day of Caring happens each April and typically involves representatives of most, if not all, of Iowa’s sports programs who provide a wide variety of assistance to an equally-wide variety of not-for-profit organizations that service the greater Iowa City community. “Doing it Right” also encompasses efforts aimed at improving the student-athlete experience. The UI Athletics Department invested more than $1.7 million directly into food cost for its student-athletes in 2014-15 in response to NCAA legislation aimed at providing a higher quality student-athlete experience. That commitment will continue annually and is complemented by increases to the value of the scholarships awarded the UI’s studentathletes as part of the NCAA’s effort to fully address cost of attendance. Barta’s involvement in the UI campus and the greater Iowa City community extends beyond his position as Director of the UI’s Intercollegiate Athletics programs. He is a member of the President’s Cabinet, comprised of vice presidents and other campus leaders that provide counsel to the UI’s president. Barta represents the UI and the Hawkeyes at the conference and national level as a member of the Rose Bowl Management Committee. During his tenure, he has participated in the creation and implementation of the Big Ten Network (BTN), the expansion of the Big Ten Conference and realignment of athletics conferences. Barta remains active on the conference and NCAA level. He is involved in committee work with NCAA Football, the Division IA Athletic Directors Association, and is an ongoing participant in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Barta is also involved in a variety of community groups, including the United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties and the Partnership for Alcohol Safety, a joint effort between UI campus leaders and the city of Iowa City. Barta often suggests to his staff that “Hope is not a strategy,” which is why the Department has completed a comprehensive review and rewriting of the strategic plan for the UI Athletics Department and continues to work with the UI’s leadership on a long-term financial plan. As the Director of Athletics at the University of Wyoming for three years, seven different Wyoming coaches were named Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He also spearheaded a fundraising effort that netted the Cowboy athletics program $11 million in private support and $11 million in matching state funds. As the senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington, he directed the “Campaign for the Student-Athlete,” was a participant in the design, construction and/or renovation of several Washington athletics facilities, including Bank of America Arena and the Dempsey Indoor Practice Facility. In addition to almost doubling the amount of annual private support received by Washington, Barta also managed the department’s external relations division, a task that included managing corporate sponsorship and radio contracts. His responsibilities at Washington expanded over time to include hiring coaching and administrative staff, and the day-to-day oversight of several Huskie sport teams. The roots of his development experience extend to his first two positions: director of development at his alma mater, North Dakota State University, and director of athletics development and external relations at the University of Northern Iowa. Barta earned a bachelor of science degree in mass communication and broadcast journalism from North Dakota State in 1987. He was an option quarterback for Bison football squads that won the Division II NCAA National Championship in 1983, 1985, and 1986. Barta, and his wife, Connie, have a son, Luke (18), and a daughter, Madison (15). He was born Sept. 4, 1963, in Minneapolis.


HEAD COACH LISA BLUDER

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Head Coach 17th Year Northern Iowa, 1983 Lisa Bluder, the all-time winningest coach in program history, is in her 17th year as head women’s basketball coach at the University of Iowa and her 33rd year overall. Under her direction, the Hawkeyes have advanced to 15 postseason appearances (12 NCAA and three WNIT) in 16 seasons, including NCAA Tournament berths in eight of the last nine seasons. Iowa has advanced to the postseason in nine consecutive seasons (eight NCAA and one WNIT). The dean of Big Ten coaches, Bluder has posted a 323-188 (.632) record at Iowa and her 32-year record stands at 679-330 (.673). Bluder surpassed Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer (269 wins) as the all-time winningest coach in program history on Feb. 10, 2014, as the Hawkeyes defeated Northwestern, 90-84. Bluder, one-of-14 active Division I coaches with 675 or more wins, is a three-time Big Ten Coach of the Year (2001, 2008 and 2010) and two-time WBCA Regional Coach of the Year (2001 and 2008). She has guided Iowa to a winning record in 15 of her 16 years at Iowa, including 11 upper-division finishes in the challenging Big Ten Conference. Bluder, who ranks third among Big Ten coaches all-time in league victories (160), has led Iowa to nine 20-win seasons in her 16 years, including seven of the last nine years. Bluder has coached numerous players to different awards in her 16 years in Iowa City. She has mentored 19 players to 47 AllBig Ten honors, including 12 first team picks, 16 second, 11 third and eight honorable mention selections. She has also had two Big Ten Freshman of the Year award winners, two Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year recipients, eight members of the Big Ten AllFreshman team and three players named to the Big Ten All-Defensive team, with Kachine Alexander earning the honor twice. Five players during Bluder’s tenure have earned a total of seven Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) all-region team accolades and six players have earned a total of 11 honorable mention All-America honors. Bluder coached her first consensus All-American in Samantha Logic, who earned the honor after being named a WBCA Division I Coaches All-American, USBWA All-American, ESPN Second Team All-American, and Third Team Associated Press All-American. Logic -- the only player in NCAA history to accumulate at least 1,500 career points, 800 rebounds, 800 assists, and 200 steals -- was one of 12 players in the country to be invited to attend the 2015 WNBA Draft. The point guard was selected with the 10th pick in the first round by the Atlanta Dream, and was later traded to the San Antonio Stars. Logic is only the second first round draft pick in Hawkeye history, joining Toni Foster (1997 by the Phoenix Mercury -- 8th pick). With Bluder on the Iowa sidelines, student-athletes have been named Academic All-Big Ten 81 times, including a program-best eight honorees in 2011 and 2012. The 81 honorees equal the third-highest total in the Big Ten during the last 16 years. Ally Disterhoft became the program’s second two-time Academic All-American, as she was named to the third team as a sophomore in 2015 and the first team as a junior in 2016. She also garnered the top academic honor of Academic All-American of the Year in 2016. Lindsey Meder was the first two-time Academic All-American (2001 and 2002). Samantha Logic also earned Academic All-American distinction in 2015. Iowa is the

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL only Division I women’s basketball team to have two studentathletes honored, as Disterhoft was the lone sophomore included on the list. The Hawkeyes made their ninth consecutive postseason appearance, earning an invitation to the WNIT after finishing the season with a 19-14 record overall and an 8-10 mark in Big Ten play. Iowa entered the Big Ten Tournament as the No. 9 seed, where it posted an opening win against No. 8 seed Michigan, 97-85. In the contest, the team matched Big Ten Tournament records with 28 assists, 27 field goals, and 12 blocked shots and netted a season-high 97 points, the third-highest point total for a conference team in the tournament. Junior Ally Disterhoft earned her second straight second team All-Big Ten honor and received the team’s Sportsmanship Award. The preseason All-Big Ten pick by coaches scored in double figures in every game this season and became the 34th member of Iowa’s 1,000 point club. Disterhoft, who was named to the Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll twice, became the program’s highest scoring junior (565 points) and led the Hawkeyes offensively, averaging 17.1 points per game. Tania Davis and Megan Gustafson were each named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. It is the fifth time in 15 years that a conference team has had two players named to the Big Ten AllFreshman squad and the first time since 2008. Davis was one of two Big Ten freshmen to lead her team in assists per game (3.4) and average at least one steal per game (1.2). She dished out 111 assists in 22 games played, the second-highest total recorded by a freshman at Iowa (Samantha Logic -- 136). Gustafson is the only freshman and one of three conference players overall to lead her team in field goal percentage (.554), rebounds (225), and blocks (58). She compiled nine double-doubles in the last 13 games of the season and earned Iowa’s first Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor since 2012 on Feb. 22. Her 58 blocks is the third-highest total recorded by a freshman in program history. Iowa made history in 2014-15, earning its sixth Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history and the first since 1996. The Hawkeyes defeated 14th-seeded American (75-67) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before downing 11th-seeded Miami (88-70) in the second round to secure their Sweet Sixteen berth at home on Mediacom Court in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. It was the first Sweet Sixteen appearance for Bluder and her staff. The Hawkeyes closed their season with a 26-8 record overall, a runner-up finish in Big Ten Conference play with a 14-4 mark, and a No. 11 national ranking in the USA Today Top 25 Coaches’ Poll -- the highest for the program since 1995-96 (No. 7 in AP, No. 9 in USA Today). The UI was one of 13 teams nationally to finish undefeated at home with an 18-0 mark, setting a program record for wins at home in a single season. Following the 2014-15 season, Bluder was honored with the Carol Eckman Award and named head coach of the U.S. Pan American Women’s Basketball Team. Bluder led the Red, White, and Blue to four consecutive victories over Brazil, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, before falling to Pan American Games host Canada in the gold medal game. Team USA earned its fifth silver medal at the games, rebounding from a seventh place finish in 2011. The Hawkeyes finished the 2013-14 campaign with an overall record of 27-9 and a ranking of No. 19 in the postseason AP Top 25 Poll. The Hawkeyes’ 27 victories equaled the secondhighest total in program history, and the most since 1996. In addition, Iowa’s 14 home wins equaled the second-highest single-season total in school history. The Hawkeyes made their seventh-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Iowa, a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated 11th-seeded Marist in the First Round, 87-65, marking the fourth-largest margin of victory in an NCAA Tournament win in program history. Iowa earned its sixth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012-13, finishing with a 21-13 overall record. The Hawk-

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL eyes faced 11 ranked teams during the season, marking the most games played against ranked opponents in Iowa history. The Hawkeyes tied the school record for number of wins over ranked opponents with seven, along with setting school records in team assists (534) and rebounds (1,303). Iowa closed the regular season with eight-straight wins in 2011-12, securing a second place finish in the Big Ten and its fifth-straight NCAA Tournament berth. Iowa’s 11 conference wins were the most since 2001-02 and the fourth-most in school history (during a 16-game conference schedule). The Hawkeyes closed the regular season without their leading scorer, Jaime Printy, who suffered a torn ACL. Bluder had one of her most successful seasons in 2010-11, leading Iowa to a 22-9 overall record and a third place finish in the Big Ten at 10-6. Iowa’s overall win/loss record in 201011 was the best for an Iowa team since the 1995-96 campaign. The Hawkeyes were nationally ranked for 14 weeks during the season, reaching No. 14 in the Associated Press Poll and No. 13 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. Iowa received an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament for the fourth-straight season. In 2009-10, Bluder led one of the youngest teams in the country to a third place finish in the Big Ten and a berth in the championship game of the Big Ten Tournament. The Hawkeyes received an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament, where they knocked off Rutgers in the first round before falling to eventual national runner-up and No. 2 ranked Stanford. Iowa finished the 2009-10 season with a 20-14 record, including a 10-8 mark in Big Ten play. Bluder guided the Hawkeyes to back-to-back 21-11 overall records during the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons. Iowa won a share of the Big Ten regular season championship in 2008 and finished in a three-way tie for second in 2009. The Hawkeyes boasted a 26-5 home record, advanced to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals and appeared in the NCAA Tournament twice during the two-year stretch. In 2005-06, Bluder guided a young and mostly inexperienced group of Hawkeyes to a 17-12 overall record and a fifth place finish in the Big Ten. Even with a season plagued by knee injuries, the Hawkeyes persevered with strong senior leadership talented play from its freshman class. Iowa received an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. Bluder mentored Iowa to a 23-10 overall record and advanced to the WNIT Final Four in 2004-05. Iowa started the 200405 campaign 13-0 and were the last Division I undefeated team standing. Bluder navigated the Hawkeyes through a difficult schedule and ultimately finished the season ranked 38th in the RPI. In 2003-04, Bluder and the Hawkeyes finished with a 16-13 record while playing the 14th most difficult schedule in the nation and tied for fourth in the league with a 10-6 mark. In addition, eight of its 16 victories came on the road, marking the most road wins by a Hawkeye team since the 1993-94 season. Bluder helped her third Iowa team to another exciting run in the Big Ten Tournament and WNIT in 2002-03. The seventhseeded Hawkeyes opened the league tournament with a win over Northwestern. In the quarterfinals, Iowa treated its fans to a thrilling upset over 13th-ranked and second-seeded Minnesota. The Hawkeyes opened postseason play with wins over Saint Louis and Marquette before falling the Missouri Valley Conference co-champions Creighton Bluejays in the WNIT. In 2001-02, Bluder coached the Hawkeyes to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year and a fourth place finish in the Big Ten. Iowa finished with an 1811 overall record and a 10-6 mark in league play. In her first season with the Black and Gold, Bluder transformed a struggling program into a 21-game winner. Iowa received the Big Ten’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament with a victory over Purdue to capture the 2001 Big Ten Tournament.

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HEAD COACH LISA BLUDER Furthermore, the Hawkeyes advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament after receiving a No. 4 seed and finished the season ranked No. 16 in the final Associated Press poll. Competing in one of the most demanding conference in the country, Bluder directed the Hawkeyes to a 21-10 overall record, a second-place finish in the conference regular season and captured Iowa’s second-ever Big Ten Tournament title. Iowa played the 16th toughest schedule in the country and finished the season ranked 18th in the RPI. “Our success has always been based on playing up-tempo basketball,” said Bluder. “We want to put lots of points on the board. The fast break is our number one offense. That type of basketball is exciting for fans and its fun for our players. When we do get into a half court game, everyone has a role. Our goal is to have four or five players averaging in double figures. We want everyone involved. Defensively, we work hard at never letting anything be easy for our opponent. We play tough player-toplayer defense hoping to capitalize on steals to set up our break.” Her presence on the Iowa sidelines turned heads across the country. Virginia and USA Basketball Head Coach Debbie Ryan chose Bluder to help coach Team USA as an assistant coach at the 2001 World University Games in Beijing, China. Team USA marched into the gold medal game against host-team China and won 87-69. Team USA finished the games with a 7-1 mark. “This was a new experience for me,” Bluder said after winning the gold medal. “Just to reach the gold medal game was a thrill. It’s something I will always remember. What I think is really wonderful about this experience is each game I felt like Team USA improved. I was honored to be chosen to represent the United States and experience international coaching for the first time.” Bluder has reached several coaching milestones while at Iowa. During her first season, she collected her 200th victory at the Division I level when the Hawkeyes defeated Minnesota. She garnered win No. 300 at the Division I level with Iowa’s regular season finale win over Indiana in 2006. During her third season, Bluder captured career No. 400 in Iowa’s triumph over Iowa State. Bluder won career game No. 500 vs. Penn State on Feb. 10, 2008 and No. 600 vs. Purdue on Jan. 20, 2013. Bluder surpassed Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer (269 wins) as the all-time winningest coach in program history on Feb. 10, 2014. During her tenure at Iowa, five former players have gone on to become coaches at the collegiate level. Cara Consuegra (Charlotte) and Jennie (Lillis) Baranczyk (Drake) are currently Division I head coaches. Randi Peterson is the head coach at Coe College; Kachine Alexander is an assistant at Concordia (St. Paul) and Wendy Ausdemore served as an assistant at Coe for one season. Thirteen former Hawkeyes under Bluder continued their playing careers professionally after graduation. Cara Consuegra, Lindsey Meder, Crystal Smith, Kachine Alexander, and Samantha Logic all had stints in the WNBA. Smith, Alexander, Logic, Bethany Doolittle, Johanna Solverson, Kristi Smith, Megan Skouby, JoAnn Hamlin, Trisha Nesbitt, Morgan Johnson and Theairra Taylor also played professionally in Europe. Bluder, alongside her husband David and daughter Hannah, was introduced as the Hawkeyes’ fifth head coach in front of a packed press room in Carver-Hawkeye Arena on April 7, 2000. The native of Marion, Iowa, came to Iowa after spending 10 successful seasons at Drake University. Bluder compiled a 187-106 (.638) record at Drake in 10 seasons and a 169-36 (.824) record in six seasons at NAIA St. Ambrose University. In her 10 years as Drake University women’s basketball coach, Bluder brought great success and tradition to the Bulldog program and established herself as one of the top coaches in the country. She led Drake to five 20-plus-win seasons in the last six years, including five post-season appearances. She guid-


HEAD COACH LISA BLUDER ed the Bulldogs to eight Missouri Valley Conference tournament appearances, reaching the semifinals six times and winning the tournament four times. Bluder was also named the Conference Coach of the Year three times at Drake. Bluder’s 1999-2000 Drake squad registered a 23-7 record. The Bulldogs won both the MVC regular-season and tournament titles and earned the school’s fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament under Bluder. The 1997-98 team finished the season 25-5, Bluder’s best record at Drake, and won the MVC regular-season title, recording Drake’s best conference finish with a 17-1 record. The Bulldogs also won the MVC Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years. She was named the MVC Coach of the Year for the second straight year as Drake was ranked No. 22 in the final Associated Press ranking. In 1998-99, Drake posted a 21-10 record in the MVC. It marked the fourth time in five years the Bulldogs reached the 20-win plateau, while advancing to the semifinals of the WNIT Tournament. Bluder began her coaching career at St. Ambrose University, where she coached six successful seasons building the Bees into a NAIA powerhouse. During her tenure at St. Ambrose, Bluder recorded a 169-36 (.824) mark and guided the Bees to four straight national tournaments, including two consecutive Final Four appearances. The 1990 St. Ambrose team was ranked No. 1 and Bluder was named the NAIA Converse Coach of the Year. While at Drake, she coached two Academic All-America Players of the Year in current Hawkeye associate head coach Jan Jensen (1991) and Tricia Wakely (1996). As a team, the Bulldogs ranked fourth in 1995 graduation rate success among teams ranked in the USA Today/CNN final top-25 Coaches’ Poll. While at Iowa, Lindsey Meder became the first Hawkeye women’s basketball player to be named a first team Verizon Academic All-American. Wendy Ausdemore, a 2009 graduate, and Morgan Johnson, a 2013 graduate, were two-time Academic All-District honorees. Student-athletes who have played under Bluder and completed their eligibility have a 100 percent job placement following their career, and all of them have earned their degrees. Bluder’s successful coaching record speaks for itself, however her commitment to her players extends far beyond the records book. During the summer of 2003, Bluder was elected Division I Midwest Representative of the WBCA Board of Directors. She has also served on the WBCA Kodak All-American selection committee for four terms and the Midwest Regional Advisory Committee for the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championships. “My players are truly an extension of my family,” said Bluder. “I care about them in all aspects of their lives. I want to help them succeed as athletes, but especially as people. I have an open-door relationship with my players. Hopefully, they benefit from my perspective as their coach, as a former athlete and as a mother. They can come to me with anything and get help. Along with that aspect, I consider myself a disciplinarian. I don’t have a lot of rules, but I do have a lot of expectations. Those revolve around moral and ethical values that are the foundation of our program.” A graduate of Linn-Mar High School in Marion, Iowa, Bluder was a three-year starter at Northern Iowa. She graduated from UNI in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. On Sept. 4, 2008, Bluder was inducted to the Linn-Mar Athletic Hall of Fame. She has also been inducted to the Northern Iowa and St. Ambrose Hall of Fame. Bluder and her husband David have two daughters, Hannah (18) and Emma (16) and one son, David (14).

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Bluder’s Career Coaching Record Year Overall Conf. 1984-85* 18-13 -1985-86* 20-12 -1986-87* 29-3 -1987-88* 32-5 -1988-89* 36-2 -1989-90* 34-1 -1990-91# 13-17 10-8 1991-92# 11-15 7-11 1992-93# 15-13 8-8 1993-94# 16-12 8-8 1994-95# 25-6 13-5 1995-96# 15-14 10-8 1996-97# 23-7 14-4 1997-98# 25-5 17-1 1998-99# 21-10 14-4 1999-00# 23-7 15-3 2000-01^ 21-10 12-4 2001-02^ 18-11 10-6 2002-03^ 18-15 6-10 2003-04^ 16-13 10-6 2004-05^ 23-10 8-8 2005-06^ 17-12 10-6 2006-07^ 14-16 6-10 2007-08^ 21-11 13-5 2008-09^ 21-11 13-5 2009-10^ 20-14 10-8 2010-11^ 22-9 10-6 2011-12^ 19-12 11-5 2012-13^ 21-13 8-8 2013-14^ 27-9 11-5 2014-15^ 26-8 14-4 2015-16^ 19-14 8-10

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Milestone Hawkeye Victories Win No. Date Opponent Score 1 11/17/00 Marquette 70-57 50 1/30/03 Indiana 78-62 100 12/2/05 Vermont 79-57 150 11/22/08 Boston 83-58 200 12/20/10 Drake 75-71 250 3/7/13 Northwestern 60-55 300 2/26/15 Wisconsin 78-74 Milestone Career Victories Win No. Date Opponent 100 1988 Rocky Mountain 200 1/9/93 Bradley 300 1/24/98 Southern Illinois 400 12/4/03 Iowa State 500 2/10/08 Penn State 600 1/20/13 Purdue

Score 85-65* 68-67# 73-54# 64-39^ 73-65^ 62-46^

Career Coaching Record: 679-330 (.673) *Record at St. Ambrose: 169-36 (.824) #Record at Drake: 187-106 (.638) Conference record at Drake: 116-60 (.659) ^Record at Iowa: 323-188 (.632) Conference record at Iowa: 160-106 (.602)

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Jan Jensen

Associate Head Coach 17th Year Drake, 1991 Jan Jensen completed her 16th season with the Iowa women’s basketball staff in 2016, her 13th as associate head coach. A nationally known presence on the recruiting scene, Jensen serves as the recruiting coordinator and also works with the post players. Jensen completed her 27th season in women’s college basketball as a player and coach in 2016. The native of Kimballton, Iowa, has helped guide Iowa to 15 postseason appearances, including 12 NCAA Tournament berths. Iowa has appeared in the postseason in each of the last nine seasons (eight NCAA and one WNIT). During her time at Iowa, the Hawkeyes have claimed the 2001 Big Ten Tournament championship and the 2008 Big Ten regular season title. She has also helped lead Iowa to 11 upper division finishes in the Big Ten and its first trip to the Sweet Sixteen since 1996 in 2015. Jensen is integral in developing and maintaining top-level recruiting classes at Iowa. Jensen helped Iowa land the 11th best recruiting class in the country in 2011, according to ESPN HoopGurlz. In 2001, Jensen spearheaded Iowa’s efforts in landing the eighth-best recruiting class in the nation according to the Blue Star Index. In 2008, Jensen and the Hawkeyes garnered the 33rd best recruiting class, according to ESPN HoopGurlz, and in 2014, Iowa landed the 28th-best class nationally, according to Blue Star Basketball. Iowa followed its Sweet Sixteen season with a 17th-best class ranking nationally in 2015 by ESPN HoopGurlz. Most recently, Jensen solidified in the 18th-best class of 2016, according to Blue Star Basketball. Jensen has recruited three McDonald’s All-Americans to Iowa (Samantha Logic, Lindsay Richards and Johanna Solverson). Under Jensen’s tutelage, Hawkeye post players have received numerous honors. She has coached seven players to a total of 15 All-Big Ten honors, including two first team selections. Megan Skouby was named the 2006 Big Ten Freshman of the Year and the 2008 Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year, while Jennie Lillis was a 2003 Kodak All-District selection. Skouby, along with Krista VandeVenter, were also invited to the U.S.A. Team Trials during their time at Iowa. Most recently, Jensen mentored freshman Megan Gustafson to Big Ten All-Freshman Team accolades. She broke in to the starting lineup amidst conference action and closed the season with nine double-doubles in the final 13 contests. Gustafson also earned the program’s first Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor since 2012 on Feb. 22. Jensen guided Bethany Doolittle to back-to-back second team All-Big Ten honors and Big Ten AllTournament Team accolades in 2014 and 2015. She ended her career second all-time in blocks (278) and is the single-season blocks leader (106). In the Big Ten, Doolittle is eighth in career blocks. Jensen coached Morgan Johnson to numerous accolades, including two second team All-Big Ten honors. Under Jensen’s guidance, Johnson became Iowa’s career blocks leader and finished inside the top 10 in career scoring and rebounds at Iowa.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH JAN JENSEN In 2014, Jensen coached Bethany Doolittle to second-team All-Big Ten and All-Defensive team honors, as Doolittle set a new program single-season record for blocks (106) while leading the conference in the category. In 2009-10, Iowa’s post players broke school records for rebounding and blocked shots. Morgan Johnson broke the school mark for single-season blocks, while the team broke the school record for single-season rebounding. Before becoming a Hawkeye, Jensen also served as Coach Bluder’s first assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Drake University. Her recruiting efforts were enough to land the Bulldogs two top-13 and two top-40 classes. As a player, Jensen was one of the best Bluder ever coached at Drake. During her senior year, she led the nation in scoring with 29.6 points per game and was the Gateway Conference Most Valuable Player. That year, she was a Kodak Honorable Mention All-American, a member of the All-Gateway team and the GTE Academic All-American Player of the Year. Jensen was also Sports Illustrated’s National Player of the Week. She currently ranks fourth on Drake’s all-time scoring list (1,996), sixth in field goal percentage (.535) and eighth in rebounds (.750). Jensen is one of only two Drake players to have her number retired in the Knapp Center. After college, Jensen played professionally in the European Professional Basketball League for BTV-Wuppertal in Germany. She played there from 1992-93 and helped her club win the German Club Championship. She then returned to the United States to begin her coaching career. In 1993, Jensen was inducted to the Iowa Girls High School Basketball Hall of Fame after leading the nation in scoring, averaging 66 points per contest her senior campaign. Couple that with averaging 29.6 points per game her senior year at Drake, Jensen is one of the few players who can say they led the nation in scoring both in high school and at a Division I university. Jensen graduated from Drake in 1991 with a degree in Public Relations. She earned her Master’s in Higher Education five years later. In February 2007, Jensen received the Drake Double D Award. The award is presented annually to Drake letterwinners for achievements in their chosen field or endeavor and/or community service since leaving Drake. The Double D Award is the highest honor Drake bestows on its student-athletes. Off the court, Jensen is a leader in fundraising for the United Way of Johnson County. The 2006 campaign totaled over $2 million -- with a nine percent increase in donations and a 9.7 percent increase in the number of donations. In 2006, she was a recipient of the Corridor Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award. In March 2007, Jensen was named the United Way of Johnson County Volunteer of the Year for her leadership of the Emerging Philanthropists Society and the Healthy Kids School-based Clinics Initiative. She served as a co-chair for this year’s United Way fundraising campaign -- the campaign totaled over $2.5 million -- and has served on the United Way board and the Shelterhouse board, in addition to working with other groups in the Iowa City community. In the spring of 2014, Jensen was named a recipient of the `Women of Influence’ Award by the Corridor Business Journal. The `Women of Influence’ awards identify women who have made a difference in the Corridor and who are representative role models as leaders in their fields and community. Jensen and her partner Julie Fitzpatrick, have a son, Jack, and a daughter, Janie.


ASSISTANT COACH JENNI FITZGERALD

Jenni Fitzgerald Assistant Coach 17th Year Drake, 1990

Jenni Fitzgerald enters her 17th year as an assistant basketball coach at the University of Iowa in 2017. Fitzgerald is in her 30th season in women’s college basketball as a player and coach. The native of Long Grove, Iowa, has helped guide Iowa to 15 postseason appearances, including 12 NCAA Tournament berths. Iowa has earned nine consecutive postseason invitations (eight NCAA and one WNIT). During her time at Iowa, the Hawkeyes have claimed the 2001 Big Ten Tournament championship and the 2008 Big Ten regular season title. She has also helped lead Iowa to 11 upper division finishes in the Big Ten, and its first Sweet Sixteen appearance since 1996 in 2015. Fitzgerald is responsible for off campus recruiting and coaches the perimeter players for the Hawkeyes. She also handles most of the film breakdown, scouting and directs the summer basketball camps. Under Fitzgerald’s tutelage, Iowa’s perimeter players have garnered numerous awards. She has coached 13 players to a total of 28 All-Big Ten honors, including nine first team selections and the 2010 Big Ten Freshman of the Year (Jaime Printy). Melissa Dixon was also named Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year in 2013. Fitzgerald has also mentored six players that received all-district honors and four honorable mention All-Americans (Cara Consuegra, Kachine Alexander, Printy, and Samantha Logic). In 2016, freshman Tania Davis was named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. Fitzgerald coached her first consensus All-American in Samantha Logic, who earned the honor after being named a WBCA Division I Coaches All-American, USBWA All-American, ESPN Second Team All-American, and Third Team Associated Press AllAmerican. Logic -- the only player in NCAA history to accumulate at least 1,500 career points, 800 rebounds, 800 assists, and 200 steals -- was one of 12 players in the country to be invited to attend the 2015 WNBA Draft. The point guard was selected with the 10th pick in the first round by the Atlanta Dream, and was later traded to the San Antonio Stars. Logic is only the second first round draft pick in Hawkeye history, joining Toni Foster (1997 by the Phoenix Mercury -- 8th pick). The Hawkeyes have broken numerous school records during Fitzgerald’s time at Iowa. In 2009-10, Iowa shattered both the single season and Big Ten record for three-pointers made and attempted and tied single season marks for assists, threepointers made in a single game and free throw percentage. Iowa set the school record for team assists in 2012-13 (534), before shattering the record in 2013-14 (644). The Hawkeyes also set the school record for scoring offense in 2013-14 (78.2), leading the league in scoring while scoring the second-most points in a season in Big Ten history (2,814). For the second consecutive season, the Hawkeyes broke the scoring offense school record averaging 79.5 points per game in 2014-15. Melissa Dixon was

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL crowned the NCAA statistical champion in 2014-15 after leading all Division I players in 3-point field goals per game (3.65). She is the Iowa record holder in career 3-pointers made (334), 3-pointers made in a season (124), and 3-pointers made in a game (10). Dixon also set or tied arena records for most 3-pointers in a game in at least five venues this season (Drake, Rutgers, Illinois, Northwestern, Iowa). Individually, Wendy Ausdemore broke or tied seven school records in her four years at Iowa while Kristi Smith became the first Hawkeye ever to amass over 400 points and 100 assists in three seasons. In 2009-10, Kachine Alexander set new school records in free throws made and attempted in a single season, Kamille Wahlin tied the school record for threepointers made and set a new mark for three-pointers attempted and also became the first player in school history to record 400 career assists and 200 made 3-pointers. Kachine Alexander became the first player in school history, and just the fifth in Big Ten history, to collect 1,000 career points, 800 career rebounds and 300 career assists. Jaime Printy finished her career ranked inside the top 10 in points, 3-pointers made and assists at Iowa, while also setting numerous single-game, season and career free throw marks. All-American Samantha Logic surpassed Cara Consuegra (1997-2001) as Iowa’s all-time assists leader and became the 31st 1,000-point scorer in program history during the 2013-14 campaign. Logic, the Big Ten leader in assists, notched three tripledoubles, becoming the first Big Ten player to record three tripledoubles in a single season. Four former Hawkeye guards that Fitzgerald coached continued their playing careers in the WNBA, including Cara Consuegra, Lindsey Meder, Crystal Smith, Kachine Alexander, and Samantha Logic. Fitzgerald is very familiar with both Lisa Bluder and associate head coach Jan Jensen, both of whom she coached with for eight years at Drake University prior to coming to Iowa. While at Drake, Fitzgerald worked with the guards, directed summer camps and handled the administrative duties for the Bulldog basketball program from 1993-2000. From 1986-91, Fitzgerald was the starting point guard for the Drake Bulldogs. She was a teammate of fellow Hawkeye associate head coach Jan Jensen. As a senior, Fitzgerald served as her team’s captain and was named to the All-Gateway Conference first team. As a junior, Fitzgerald was her team’s Most Valuable Player. Fitzgerald graduated from Drake in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a management major. In January 2009, Fitzgerald was one of three former Drake student-athletes to receive the Drake Double D Award. The award is presented annually to Drake letterwinners for achievements in their chosen field or endeavor and/or community service since leaving Drake. The Double D Award is the highest honor Drake bestows on its student-athletes. After graduation, Fitzgerald completed her Master of Science degree in Physical Education, with an emphasis in Sport Management, from Southern Illinois University in 1992. While at Southern Illinois, Fitzgerald was a graduate assistant with the Salukis. In high school, Fitzgerald was Iowa’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1986 after being named Miss Basketball and first team all-state in basketball, volleyball and softball. In 1995, she was inducted into the Iowa Girl’s Basketball Hall of Fame. Fitzgerald is the daughter of Bob and Jan Fitzgerald. She has an older sister, Robin, and younger brother, Randy.

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Lacey Goldwire Assistant Coach 4th Year Oklahoma State, 2010

Lacey Goldwire is in her fourth year as an assistant women’s basketball coach at the University of Iowa in 2016-17. The Hawkeyes earned their ninth straight postseason invitation (eight NCAA and one WNIT) in 2015-16 to make their 15th appearance in the last 16 seasons. Iowa closed the season with a 19-14 record overall and finished ninth in the Big Ten with an 8-10 mark. Three earned Big Ten recognition, with Ally Disterhoft earning second team All-Big Ten accolades for the second year in a row and Tania Davis and Megan Gustafson garnering Big Ten All-Freshman Team honors. Iowa made history in 2014-15, earning its sixth Sweet Sixteen appearance in program history and the first since 1996. The Hawkeyes defeated 14th-seeded American (75-67) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before downing 11thseeded Miami (88-70) in the second round to secure their Sweet Sixteen berth at home on Mediacom Court in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. It marks the first Sweet Sixteen appearance for Bluder and her staff. The Hawkeyes closed their season with a 26-8 record overall, a runner-up finish in Big Ten Conference play with a 14-4 mark, and a No. 11 national ranking in the USA Today Top 25 Coaches’ Poll -- the highest for the program since 1995-96 (No. 7 in AP, No. 9 in USA Today). The UI was one of 13 teams nationally to finish undefeated at home with an 18-0 mark, setting a program record for wins at home in a single season. Goldwire helped coach consensus All-American in Samantha Logic, who earned the honor after being named a WBCA Division I Coaches All-American, USBWA All-American, ESPN Second Team All-American, and Third Team Associated Press AllAmerican. Logic -- the only player in NCAA history to accumulate at least 1,500 career points, 800 rebounds, 800 assists, and 200 steals -- was one of 12 players in the country to be invited to attend the 2015 WNBA Draft. The point guard was selected

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ASSISTANT COACH LACEY GOLDWIRE with the 10th pick in the first round by the Atlanta Dream, and was later traded to the San Antonio Stars. Logic is only the second first round draft pick in Hawkeye history, joining Toni Foster (1997 by the Phoenix Mercury -- 8th pick). The Hawkeyes finished the 2013-14 campaign with an overall record of 27-9 and a ranking of No. 19 in the postseason AP Top 25 Poll during Goldwire’s first year in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes’ 27 victories equaled the second-highest total in program history, and the most since 1996. In addition, Iowa’s 14 home wins equaled the second-highest single-season total in school history. The Hawkeyes made their seventh-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Iowa, a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament, defeated 11th-seeded Marist in the First Round, 87-65, marking the fourth-largest margin of victory in an NCAA Tournament win in program history. Goldwire spent the 2012-13 season as an assistant coach at Morehead State. Prior to joining the Eagles’ staff, Goldwire served on the Oklahoma State staff for four seasons -- two as a student assistant and two as a graduate assistant. Following Oklahoma State’s tragic loss of its head and assistant coach during a plane crash in November of 2011, Goldwire was elevated to interim assistant coach where she took on added recruiting duties. During her time with the program, the Cowgirls won 80 games and advanced to the postseason all four years, winning the 2012 WNIT championship. Goldwire, an Oklahoma City native, played collegiately at East Central (Okla.) University where she ranks fifth in career scoring with 1,340 points. She averaged 21.1 points and 5.9 rebounds as a senior and was tabbed Lone Star Conference North co-Player of the Year and Second-Team All-South Central Region. She also earned ECU’s Athlete of the Year honor in 2007-08. She was named honorable mention All-LSC following her sophomore and junior campaigns. Goldwire, an all-state and all-city player at Del City (Okla.) High School, graduated from Oklahoma State with a bachelor of science in education and a master’s degree in teaching, learning and leadership.


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Abby (Emmert) Stamp Director of Basketball Operations 7th Year Iowa, 2008

Abby (Emmert) Stamp is in her eighth year as director of basketball operations for the University of Iowa women’s basketball program. The Winterset, Iowa, native works closely with the Hawkeye basketball staff, helping coordinate and carry out day-to-day activities of the program. Stamp is responsible for arranging team travel and activities, supervising public service opportunities for the team and coordinating summer camps and training tables. Stamp is also Iowa’s chief scheduler, helping to build one of the most exciting and demanding schedules in the country for the Hawkeye program. Stamp was a member of the Iowa women’s basketball team from 2005-08. She was named team co-captain in 2008, and helped lead the Hawkeyes to a Big Ten regular season championship. Stamp also received the Dr. Christine Grant Leadership Award for women’s basketball as a senior. Stamp played in 123 career games as a Hawkeye, including 22 starts. Her 123 games played are the tied for the fourth-most of any player in Iowa women’s basketball history. She scored 299 career points, collected 144 rebounds and dished out 177 assists. She scored a career-high 17 points against Iowa State as a junior in 2006. Stamp graduated with a communications studies degree from the University of Iowa in 2008, and worked for the United Way of East Central Iowa before taking over as director of basketball operations. Stamp married her husband, Quinn, in the summer of 2015.

Sean Sullivan Video Coordinator

John Bruno

Academic Coordinator

Brenda Kral

Basketball Secretary

Paula Jantz

Event Coordinator

Lindsey Dinkelman Strength and Conditioning

Jennie Sertterh Athletic Trainer

Peggy Jenn

Equipment Manager

Zach Grant

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2 - Ally Disterhoft Guard, 6-0, Senior Iowa City, Iowa (West)

Hawk Items... Ranks 11th on Iowa’s career scoring list with 1,542 points, tied for 12th on Iowa’s career 3-point field goals made with 116, 14th on Iowa’s career blocks list with 53, and 18th on Iowa’s career rebounding list with 609 rebounds... became the program’s highest scoring junior, netting 565 points to breaks Michelle Edwards’ record of 564 points in 1986-87... recorded the sixth-most blocks of any junior in program history with 28 stuffs... became the 34th player in program history to score 1,000 points... named Academic All-America of the Year and First Team Academic All-America in 2016... owned the highest GPA (4.03) of all Academic AllAmericans in 2016 and was the only junior to be named to the first team... also the only sophomore to earn CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American accolades in 2015 (third team)... Iowa is 58-26 when Disterhoft starts... she has reached double figures in scoring in 78 of her 84 career starts and has played in every game of her Hawkeye career (103). 2015-16 as a Junior... Named Academic All-America of the Year on March 3... Second Team All-Big Ten and Iowa’s Sportsmanship Award recipient... First Team Academic All-American... First Team Academic All-District... Academic All-Big Ten honoree... team elected captain... started every game for the Hawkeyes (33)... named to the Big Ten Honor Roll on Dec. 7 and again on Dec. 28... led Iowa in points per game (17.1)... letterwinner... has played in 103 career games with 84 consecutive starts... scored in double figures in every game this season and in 78-of-84 career starts... ranks 11th on Iowa’s career scoring list (1,542), tied for 12th on the career three-point field goals made list (116), 14th on the career blocks list (53), and 18th on the career rebounding list (609)... became the program’s highest scoring junior, netting 565 points this year to break Michelle Edwards’ record of 564 points set in 1986-87... recorded the sixth-most blocks of any junior in program history with 28 stuffs... led the Hawkeyes in points in 15 games, steals in 10 games, assists in eight games, blocks in eight games, and rebounds in six games... scored 20 points or more 10 times this season and 15 points or more on 24 occasions... netted 19 points, dished out six assists and pulled down seven rebounds against Ball State (March 17)... scored 16 points, pulled down three rebounds, and dished out two assists against Maryland (March 4)... netted 8-of-11 field goal attempts and a 4-of-4 three-pointer field goal attempts against Michigan (March 3)... scored 13 points and pulled down three rebounds against Illinois (Feb. 27)... netted 21 points, dished out three assists, and blocked two shots at Penn State (Feb. 24)... scored 19 points, pulled down eight rebounds, and dished out two assists against Indiana (Feb. 21)... netted 12 points and pulled down four rebounds against Purdue (Feb. 18)... scored 20 points, pulled down five rebounds, and blocked a shot at Minnesota (Feb. 15)... netted 20 points and dished out five assists against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... scored 17 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and dished out three assists against Michigan State (Feb. 7)... netted 20 points, blocked two shots and recorded two steals at Indiana (Feb. 4)... scored 18 points and pulled down five rebounds at Northwestern (Jan. 31)... netted 16 points, pulled down five rebounds, dished out three assists and registered two steals in Iowa’s win over Michigan (Jan. 28)... scored 21 points, posted four rebounds, blocked two shots, and recorded two steals at Purdue (Jan. 24)... registered 13 points, seven rebounds and blocked two shots against Penn State (Jan. 20)... scored 13 points, recorded a team-high seven rebounds, and dished out two assists at Michigan State (Jan. 16)... sunk 8-of-9 field goal attempts to score 18 points at Wisconsin (Jan. 13), also tallied two steals and a block... netted 14 points with seven rebounds and one assist against Maryland (Jan. 10)... scored 14 points with five rebounds and three assists at Michigan (Jan. 7)... scored 15 points, dished out four assists, pulled down three rebounds, and blocked two shots to help Iowa top Rutgers (Jan. 4)... posted her first double-double of the season and the sixth of her career with 17 points and 11 rebounds at Nebraska (Dec. 31)... scored 20 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and dished out four assists to help Iowa defeat Drake on Dec. 22... netted a career-high 26 points at Iowa State (Dec. 11)... registered career-highs for free throw attempts (12), steals (4) and blocks (3) at Iowa State (Dec. 11)... tallied a career-high 19 field goal attempts and added a season-high with 21 points against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... surpassed the 1,000 career point mark with a layup in the second quarter against UT Martin (Nov. 15), becoming the 34th player in Iowa women’s basketball history to reach the milestone... named to the Hawkeye Challenge All-Tournament Team (MVP)... reached double figures and led the team in scoring with 20 points in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13)... 2016 WBCA Allstate Good Works Team honoree for her efforts in the community raising helmet awareness for moped riders... named November female student-athlete of the month by UI Athletics Academics Services on Dec. 7... preseason All-Big Ten pick by league coaches.

of the season and fifth of her career in an overtime victory over No. 15 Nebraska (Jan. 26), scoring 20 points while grabbing a career-best 13 boards; scored all 20 points after halftime... scored 20 or more points five times this season; included a four-game stretch from Jan 26-Feb. 5... matched a career high with three steals in victory at No. 20 Nebraska (Feb. 12)... named to the Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll on Feb. 2 after averaging 21.3 points and eight rebounds in Iowa’s wins over No. 15 Nebraska and Northwestern and 93-88 loss at No. 5 Maryland... dished out a career-high eight assists in win over Penn State (Dec. 28)... has led the Hawkeyes in rebounds in 12 games... named to 2014 Hawkeye Challenge All-Tournament Team. 2013-14 as a Freshman... Honorable mention All-Big Ten by league coaches and media... 1-of-5 league rookies named to the All-Freshman Team... named to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team, becoming first Hawkeye freshman to be named to the team... second among freshmen in Iowa history in scoring (474 points)... third among freshmen in program history in rebounding (229)... fourth among freshmen in program history in 3-pointers (33)... played in all 36 games, starting the last 17 contests... scored in double figures in 16 of first 17 career starts, and Iowa finished with a 13-4 record when she started... Iowa’s third-leading scorer in conference play (13.7), ranking 16th in the Big Ten, and fourth among league freshmen... averaged 12 points and 5.6 rebounds per contest off the bench in Iowa’s first 19 games -- Iowa’s second-leading rebounder and fourth-leading scorer during the stretch... led Iowa in rebounding in 17 games... fourth among Big Ten freshmen in rebounding, seventh in scoring... ninth in the Big Ten in field goal percentage (.493), 16th in rebounding (6.4), and 22nd in scoring (13.2)... scored in double figures in 28-of-36 contests, including 18 of the last 19... tallied six or more rebounds in 23-of-36 games... posted three double-doubles... made first career start in win at Ohio State (Jan. 19), posting first career double-double (24 points, 10 rebounds); finished 12-of-12 from the free throw line; 6-for-6 from the line in the final 28 seconds; her 12-for-12 marked from the line marks the third-best total (when shooting 100%) in the league this season, and the best performance from the line in conference only action; also tied the program record for most free throws made (when making 100%) during a Big Ten game... equaled a season high with 24 points in win at No. 9 Penn State (Feb. 6), missing only one shot (8-of-9 field goals, 3-of-3 3-pointers, 5-of-5 free throws); drove to the hoop and was fouled with a second on the shot clock, and made both free throws with 8.7 seconds left for the game’s final points... netted a team-high 20 points in Big Ten Tournament championship game... posted third double-double in win over Illinois (Mar. 6), notching 14 points while grabbing 12 rebounds in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. High School... Named to the 2013 PARADE All-America Girls Basketball Team -- one of 40 high school seniors selected to the All-America team... named Miss Iowa Basketball by the Iowa Newspaper Association and the Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior... McDonalds All-American nominee... ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit... named the Iowa City Press-Citizen’s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior after leading West High School to the state tournament for the third year in a row... averaged 26.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.6 steals and 2.2 assists per game as a senior... Academic All-State selection... earned a total of seven all-state honors as a sophomore and junior, including six first team accolades... all-district selection as a junior and senior... two-time unanimous MVC Player of the Year and first team all-conference pick... Iowa City Press-Citizen and Gazette/KCRG Player of the Year as a junior... averaged 15 points, 3.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists as a sophomore... averaged 16.4 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists as a junior... led West High to its first state tournament appearance in school history as a sophomore, finishing runner-up... helped the Trojans claim a state championship as a junior with a 25-1 record... named to state tournament all-tournament team in both seasons... led West High to back-to-back MVC titles... holds school records for career points (1,590), career 3-pointers made (112), career free throws made (372), career blocks (104), single season points scored (631), single season scoring average (26.3), two-point baskets made in a season (192), two-point field goal percentage in a season (63.5), single season three-point field goal percentage (47.0), single season field goal percentage (67.4), blocked shots in a season (42), two-point field goals made in a game (15), steals in a single game (10), and blocked shots in a game (five)... also lettered in track and volleyball... helped West High to a 2010 outdoor state track championship... claimed individual state title in indoor 4x800 as a sophomore... multiple event qualifier for Drake Relays... all-conference and academic all-district pick in volleyball... also excels in the classroom and is an academic all-state and all-conference selection... member of the National Honor Society and held a 4.0 cumulative grade-point average... awarded direct admission into Tippie College of Business for academic achievement. Personal... Parents are Missy and Jeff Disterhoft... mother played basketball and softball at Drake and was teammates with current assistant coaches Jan Jensen and Jenni Fitzgerald... has a younger brother, Nate... accouting and finance major.

CAREER BESTS Points: 26 at Iowa State (12/11/15) Rebounds: 13 vs. Nebraska (1/26/15) FGM: 11 vs. Arkansas (11/28/14) 2014-15 as a Sophomore... Earned her second consecutive conference honor with Second FGA: 19 vs. Western Illinois (11/19/15) Team All-Big Ten accolades... the only sophomore nationally to be named a CoSIDA Captial 3-pt FG: 4, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/3/16) One Academic All-American (third team)... was also named Academic All-Big Ten, a Big Ten 3-pt FGA: 7 vs. Michigan (1/28/16) Distinguished Scholar, and to the Dean’s List in the fall and spring... fourth among sophoIndividual Career History mores in Iowa history in scoring (503 points) and 34th in scoring overall (977 points) after FTM: 12 at Ohio State (1/19/14) two seasons played... started all 34 games this season and has started the last 51 games FTA: 12, 3x, last at Purdue (1/24/16) played (includes the last 17 games of her freshman season)... has scored in double figures Assists: 8 vs. Penn State (12/28/14) in 45 of her 51 career starts... Iowa is 39-12 when Disterhoft starts... tied for first on the team Steals: 4 at Iowa State (12/11/15) and 13th in the conference in scoring (14.8)... 12th in the Big Ten in free throw shooting (.78.3%)... scored in double figures in 23 of the last 26 contests... Iowa’s leading scorer in Blocks: 3, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/3/16) First Round NCAA Tournament victory (18 points)... registered her second double-double Disterhoft,Minutes: Ally 47 vs. George Washington (11/27/15)

CAREER STATS

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Total min/avg

fg-fga

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.489 .429 .535 .484

fg-fga

33-97 40-109 43-104 116-310

F-Throws pct

.340 .367 .413 .374

ft-fta

131-176 137-175 128-176 396-527

Rebounds pct

off

.744 71 .783 73 .727 58 .751 202

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158 127 122 407

tot

229 200 180 609

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pf

6.4 72 5.9 59 5.5 57 5.9 188

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ast

to

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1 - Alexa Kastanek

2014-15 as a Sophomore... Competed in 32-of-34 games this season... scored a season-high 10 points in Iowa’s win over USC Upstate on Nov. 14... netted 8 points on four occasions: vs UNI on Nov. 25, at No. 7 Lousville, vs Iowa State on Dec. 11, at No. 5 Maryland on Feb. 1... dished out a season-best four assists in Iowa’s victory at Northwestern on Jan. 29... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

Guard, 5-10, Senior Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast)

Hawk Items... Made a team-high 56 3-point field goals in 2015-16, which is the fourth-highest total sunk by a junior in program history... had a perfect shooting performance from the floor (8-8 FG, 4-4 3-point FG) at UNI on Nov. 22, the first perfect shooting performance in program history since Crystal Smith accomplished the feat against Rider on Nov. 26, 2005.

2013-14 as a Freshman... Competed in 34-of-36 games, missing two in the Big Ten Tournament due to injury... scored in double figures in three games, including Iowa’s win at Ohio State (10 points) on Jan. 19... notched first career double-figure scoring game in the Cancun Challenge in win over UNC-Wilmington, tallying a season-best 12 points and playing a season-high 23 minutes... grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 13)... converted a season-best three 3-pointers in the win over North Dakota (Dec. 28)... posted a season-high five assists on three occasions, the last coming in the first round Big Ten Tournament victory over Illinois (March 6)... saw first career action in season-opener against UC Riverside (Nov. 8), tallying five points and a season-best three steals.

2015-16 as a Junior... Academic All-Big Ten honoree... letterwinner... played every game for Iowa this season (33) with 20 starts, the first starts of her career... led Iowa in three pointers made (56), averaging 1.7 per game... her 56 three-pointers made is the fourth-highest total recorded High School... ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit... first player in Lincoln in a junior season in program history... led the Hawkeyes in scoring three Southeast High School history to start and play in every game since times, assists six times, and steals eight times... scored double figures in freshman season... all-state selection as a junior... named all-city as a 13 games... had her best collegiate season with season-high numbers in freshman, sophomore and junior... selected as team captain every seapoints (263), rebounds (64), assists (74), steals (30), three-pointers (56), son since her freshman year... averaged 14.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and and field goals made (86)... pulled down a rebound and dished out an 2.8 steals as a sophomore... averaged 16.3 points and 5.5 rebounds as assist against Ball State in the first round of the WNIT (March 17)... netted a junior... led her high school to three state tournament appearances, three points and registered a steal against Maryland (March 4)... registered including runner-up finish as a junior... claimed city, conference and seven minutes, a rebound, and an assist in Iowa’s win over Michigan district championships in each of her three seasons... also excels in the (March 1)... matched her career-high with seven assists and netted six classroom as a member of the National Honor Society and honor roll points against Illinois (Feb. 27)... scored 10 points and dished out five student throughout high school. assists at Penn State (Feb. 24)... netted three points and blocked a shot in Iowa’s win over Indiana (Feb. 21)... dished out an assist and registered Personal... Parents are Lisa and Dave Kastanek... has two older sisters, 12 minutes in Iowa’s win over Purdue (Feb. 18)... netted 15 points and Allie and Marissa, and one younger brother, Marcus... Marissa was an Alldished out two assists against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... registered a steal ACC performer for the North Carolina State women’s basketball team... and a rebound at Indiana (Feb. 4)... dished out six assists and blocked a psychology and sociology major. shot at Northwestern (Jan. 31)... netted seven points and dished out two assists in Iowa’s win over Michigan (Jan. 28)... registered eight points and two assists against Penn State (Jan. 20)... scored the first five points of the CAREER BESTS second half for Iowa against Maryland (Jan. 10)... tied a career-high with Points: 22, 2x, last at Virginia (12/2/15) 7 rebounds and compiled nine points and four assists at Michigan (Jan. Rebounds: 7, 2x, last at Michigan (1/7/16) 7)... scored 20 points with three steals against Rutgers (Jan. 4)... scored 13 FGM: 8, 2x, last at Virginia (12/2/15) points with two steals in Iowa’s Big Ten-opening win at Nebraska (Dec. 14 vs. Drake (12/22/15) 31)... recorded career-highs for field goal attempts (14), three-point field FGA: goal attempts (12), and assists (7) against Drake (Dec. 22)... netted 22 3-pt FG: 6 vs. Wright State (11/26/15) points at Virginia (Dec. 2), tying her career-high... made a career-high 8 3-pt FGA: 12 vs. Drake (12/22/15) field goals at Virginia (Dec. 2)... scored Iowa’s first 12 points in the second FTM: 5 vs. Rutgers (1/4/16) half against Virginia (Dec. 2)... netted a career-best six 3-pointers against FTA: 8 vs. Rutgers (1/4/16) Wright State (Nov. 26)... tallied career-highs for field goal attempts (12) 7, 2x, last vs. Illinois (2/27/16) and 3-point field goal attempts (9) against Wright State (Nov. 26)... tied Assists: her career-high for blocks in win over Houston (Nov. 28)... was a perfect Steals: 5 vs. Western Illinois (11/19/15) 8-for-8 from the floor, tying Iowa’s single game field goal percentage Blocks: 1, 7x, last vs. Indiana (2/21/16) record (1.000), and posted career-high numbers in points (22) and threeMinutes: 39 vs. George Washington (11/27/15) pointers made (4) against UNI (Nov. 22)... she is the first to have a perfect shooting performance since Crystal Smith in 2005... played a career-high 29 minutes and tallied career-highs in points (13), fieldIndividual goal attempts (11), Career History 3-point field goal attempts (8) and steals (5) in win over Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... matched her career-high in assists (5) against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... played a career-high 28 minutes and matched her career-high with three, 3-pointers against UT Martin (Nov. 15).

Kastanek, Alexa

CAREER STATS Season

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

gp-gs

Total min/avg

34-0 433/12.7 32-0 263/8.2 33-20 679/20.6 99-20 1375/13.9

fg-fga

50-136 25-73 86-216 161-425

3-Point pct

.368 .342 .398 .379

fg-fga

20-71 10-28 56-156 86-255

F-Throws pct

.282 .357 .359 .337

ft-fta

20-34 17-24 35-47 72-105

Rebounds pct

.588 .708 .745 .686

off

def

5 32 7 28 7 57 19 117

tot

37 35 64 136

Scoring avg

pf

1.1 50 1.1 30 1.9 60 1.4 140

fo

ast

to

0 48 40 0 27 20 1 74 77 1 149 137

blk

2 2 3 7

stl

26 13 30 69

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pts avg

140 77 263 480

4.1 2.4 8.0 4.8

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEET THE HAWKEYES

40 - Hailey Schneden

Forward, 6-1, Senior Davenport, Iowa (Assumption) 2015-16 as a Junior... Academic All-Big Ten honoree... appeared in two games for the Hawkeyes this year and 16 in her career... letterwinner... played one minute in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13)... did not accumulate any stats. 2014-15 as a Sophomore... Played in three games this season... recorded a rebound in two minutes played twice: vs USC Upstate on Nov. 14 and vs Pepperdine on Nov. 21... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar... Academic All-Big Ten honoree... appeared on the fall and spring Dean’s List. 2013-14 as a Freshman... Played in 11 games... saw first career action in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Nov. 13, playing six minutes and scoring first career points. High School... Led Davenport Assumption to three-straight state titles, and four-straight conference championships, including an undefeated conference slate in 2011... as a senior, team captain averaged 9.2 points per game and blocked 76 shots on way to being named a McDonald’s All-American nominee, IGCA first team all-state, INA second team allstate, first team All-QC Metro, first team all-conference, and to the 3A state tournament all-tournament team... as a junior, averaged 10.7 points per game and blocked 124 shots on way to being named captain of 3A state tournament all-tournament team, IGCA second team all-state, INA second team all-state, first team all-district, first team All-QC Metro, first team all-conference, and a nominee for Quad City Times Athlete of the Year... awarded the United States Navy Athlete Award as a senior... holds school records for blocked shots in a single game (13) and career blocks (241), and holds the 3A state tournament single game shot

block record (13)... recorded a triple-double in state tournament game during junior year (12 rebounds, 10 points, 13 blocked shots)... twice named to conference all-academic team... four-year varsity letterwinner... was also a standout in volleyball and tennis... middle hitter was named Freshman MVP and earned three varsity letters while garnering honorable mention all-conference honors as a junior and senior... two-time volleyball all-academic team member and team captain guided team to conference title as a junior and state appearance as a senior... earned three letters in tennis and was named to tennis all-academic team twice... named first team all-conference in doubles as a junior and second team all-conference as a senior... as a senior, was regional doubles runner-up and a state qualifier, helping lead team to regional title and third place finish at state... member of National Honor Society during junior and senior years... awarded the 2013 President’s Award for Educational Excellence... also participated in Blood Drive Committee, Red Cross Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, SADD, Spanish Club, Student Ambassador and Student Council. Personal... Parents are Peggy and Bob Schneden... has a brother, Blake... elementary education major. CAREER BESTS Points: 2, 4x, last vs. Idaho State (12/7/13) Rebounds: 2 vs. UNC-Wilmington (11/30/13) FGM: 1, 3x, last vs. Idaho State (12/7/13) FGA: 2, 2x, last vs. Idaho State (12/7/13) FTM: 2 vs. Ark-Pine Bluff (11/13/13) FTA: 2, 2x, last vs. UNC-Wilmington (11/30/13) Assists: 2 vs. Pepperdine (11/21/14) Steals: 1, 2x, last vs. North Dakota (12/28/13) Blocks: 1, 2x, last vs. Stony Brook (11/17/13) Minutes: 10 vs. UNC-Wilmington (11/30/13)

Individual Career History

Schneden, Hailey

CAREER STATS Season

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

16

gp-gs

11-0 3-0 2-0 16-0

Total min/avg

35/3.2 5/1.7 1/0.5 41/2.6

fg-fga

hawkeyesports.com

3-5 0-0 0-0 3-5

3-Point pct

.600 .000 .000 .600

fg-fga

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

F-Throws pct

.000 .000 .000 .000

ft-fta

2-4 0-0 0-0 2-4

Rebounds pct

.500 .000 .000 .500

off

1 1 0 2

def

4 1 0 5

tot

5 2 0 7

Scoring avg

0.5 0.7 0.0 0.4

pf

5 0 0 5

fo

0 0 0 0

ast

3 2 0 5

to

1 0 0 1

blk

2 0 0 2

stl

2 0 0 2

pts avg

8 0 0 8

0.7 0.0 0.0 0.5


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEET THE HAWKEYES

23 - Christina Buttenham

knocking down 4 of her 6 shots attempted, and pulled down a season-high 3 rebounds for the second consecutive game... was a perfect 3-for-3 from behind the arc to record 9 points against Pepperdine on Nov. 21.

Forward, 5-11, Junior Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (St. Mary Catholic Secondary) Hawk Items... Named to the Canadian Junior Women’s National Team in 2014 and 2015. 2015-16 as a Sophomore... Academic All-Big Ten... letterwinner... competed in 31 contests this season, averaging 15.5 minutes per game... had the best year of her career, tallying 94 points, 85 rebounds, 30 assists, and 13 steals... posted a .376 field goal percentage and a .316 three-point field goal percentage... pulled down five rebounds against Ball State (March 17)... dished out an assist against Maryland (March 4)... registered six points in 16 minutes of play against Michigan (March 3)... pulled down five rebound against Illinois (Feb. 27)... netted four points and dished out two assists in Iowa’s win over Indiana (Feb. 21)... pulled down three rebounds and dished out an assist against Purdue (Feb. 18)... pulled down five rebounds against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... recorded a career-high two steals, pulled down four rebounds and netted nine points against Michigan State (Feb. 7)... registered six rebounds to match her career-high and scored five points against Michigan (Jan. 28)... set career-highs in points (14), field goals made (5), three-point field goals made (3), and minutes played (27) at Purdue (Jan. 24)... matched her career-high with six rebounds in 16 minutes against Penn State (Jan. 20)... registered 20 minutes and five rebounds at Michigan State (Jan. 16)... tied her careerhigh with six rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes in that category and netted five points at Wisconsin (Jan. 13)... scored two points and added two rebounds off the bench against Maryland (Jan. 10)... compiled four rebounds, three points, two assists, and one block in 20 minutes off the bench at Michigan (Jan. 7)... dished out two assists in eight minutes played against Rutgers (Jan. 4)... played 16 minutes with two assists, a career-high six rebounds, and three points at Nebraska (Dec. 31)... tallied career-highs for assists (4), field goal attempts (8) and three-point field goal attempts (6) against Bradley (Dec. 19)... tied her career-high of four three-point field goal attempts in Iowa’s win over Virginia (Dec. 2)... tallied an assist against Houston (Nov. 28)... matched her career-high with three assists against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... reached double figures in scoring (10) and logged a career-high 24 minutes in win over North Dakota (Nov. 13)... posted a career-high five rebounds against UT Martin (Nov. 15).

Prior to Iowa... Named to the 2014 Canadian Junior Women’s National Team... led the Canadian Junior Women’s National Team to a silver medal at the FIBA Americas Women’s U18 Championship at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado -- averaged 10.2 points and 6.2 rebounds during the five games, helping the team qualify for the U19 FIBA World Championships in 2015... the last seven years she competed with Hamilton Transway, the team won two consecutive JUEL (Junior Elite) League Championships (2013 and 2014) and five consecutive OBA (Ontario Basketball Association) Division One Championships (2008 to 2012)... averaged 14.5 points and 6.9 rebounds and 2.7 steals on her way to first team all-star honours... selected to play in the JUEL All-Star Game... earned first team all-star honors in four high school tournaments... two-time team MVP led St. Mary Catholic Secondary to four consecutive OFSAA Championships... awarded all-star team honor at the More Hoops, S.O.S.I. and St. Mary’s Kick-Off Classic Tournaments... selected to play in the 17th annual Hamilton Spectator All-Star Classic... competed or trained with Team Ontario Provincial Team from 2010 to 2013, guiding team to gold at the Canadian Nationals in 2010 and 2011 and gold at the 2013 Canada Summer Games... earned the Hazel Miner Award, presented to the player who upholds the finest qualities of sport in their pursuit of athletic excellence... selected to the all-star team at the 2013 USJN/Nike 17U National Championships held in Washington, D.C. ... as a sophomore, was the youngest member of the Canadian National U17 Women’s Basketball Team, which won a bronze medal at the FIBA World Cadette championship in the Netherlands -- scored eight points in the game against Japan to help Team Canada earn a Bronze Medal in Amsterdam... Academic Honor Roll student. Personal... Parents are Grant and Brenda... has two siblings, Kyle and Scott... human physiology major.

CAREER BESTS Points: 14 at Purdue (1/24/16) Rebounds: 6, 4x, last vs. Michigan (1/28/16) FGM: 5, 2x, last at Purdue (1/24/16) FGA: 8, 2x, last vs. Bradley (12/19/15) 3-pt FG: 3, 2x, last at Purdue (1/24/16) 3-pt FGA: 6 vs. Bradley (12/19/15) FTM: 2, 3x, last vs. Michigan (1/28/16) FTA: 4 vs. North Dakota (11/13/15) Assists: 4 vs. Bradley (12/19/15) 2014-15 as a Freshman... Appeared in 27 games, averaging six Steals: 2, 2x, last vs. Michigan State (2/7/16) minutes off the bench... shot .458 from the floor Individual and .348 beyondCareer History Blocks: 1, 2x, last vs. Michigan (1/7/16) the arc... played a season-high 15 minutes, netting a season-best Minutes: 27 at Purdue (1/24/16) 11 points, in Iowa’s win over Penn State on Dec. 28... scored 9 points against Robert Morris on Nov. 16 in 10 minutes played, Buttenham, Christina CAREER STATS Season

2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

gp-gs

27-0 31-0 58-0

Total min/avg

161/6.0 479/15.5 640/11.0

fg-fga

27-59 35-93 62-152

3-Point pct

.458 .376 .408

fg-fga

8-23 18-57 26-80

F-Throws pct

.348 .316 .325

ft-fta

4-10 6-10 10-20

Rebounds pct

.400 .600 .500

off

4 38 42

def

18 47 65

tot

22 85 107

Scoring avg

0.8 2.7 1.8

pf

12 39 51

fo

0 0 0

ast

9 30 39

to

14 37 51

blk

0 2 2

stl

6 13 19

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pts avg

66 2.4 94 3.0 160 2.8

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MEET THE HAWKEYES

4 - Chase Coley

field goal attempts (9) against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... made her first career start in the season-opener against North Dakota (Nov. 13)... posted eight points in Iowa’s victory over UT Martin (Nov. 13).

Forward/Center, 6-3, Junior Minneapolis, Minn. (Washburn)

2014-15 as a Freshman... Appeared in 29 games, averaging 6.9 minutes played off the bench... shot .649 from the floor and averaged 1.6 rebounds per game... scored 7 points and recorded 2 rebounds in her first appearance against USC Upstate on Nov. 14... notched a season-best 3 blocks against Arkansas on Nov. 28... netted 6 points in Iowa’s win at No. 16 Rutgers on Jan. 4, going 3-of-4 from the field... recorded a season-high 9 points in the team’s win over Indiana on Feb. 15... pulled down a season-best 5 rebounds in Iowa’s loss to Ohio State on Feb. 21... posted six points off the bench in Iowa’s NCAA Tournament Second Round victory over Miami on March 22.

Hawk Items... Had her best season as a Hawkeye compiling 365 points, 194 rebounds, 53 assists, 37 blocks, and 24 steals as a sophomore to receive Iowa’s Most Improved award... tied an individual Big Ten Tournament record at Iowa with six blocks in the win over Michigan (Bethany Doolittle vs. Ohio State in 2015; Morgan Johnson vs. Nebraska, 2012)... tied for fifth-highest block total in a sophomore season at Iowa with 37.

High School... Named the 2013-14 Gatorade Minnesota Girls Basketball Player of the Year, and the 2014 Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year... Minnesota Miss Basketball nominee (2014)... ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit... roster invitee at the inaugural SchollyMe All World Game in California... 2014 McDonald’s AllAmerican Nominee... named to the 2014 Associated Press First Team Minnesota All-State Team... in 2013-2014, helped lead Washburn to back-to-back Minneapolis City Conference Titles at 12-0 and to the Class AAA MSHSL State Tournament, finishing fourth in Class AAA... in 2011-2012, helped lead Washburn to an undefeated Minneapolis City Conference Title, the first in 29 years at 12-0, and to the Class AA MSHSL State Tournament in as many years, finishing fourth... averaged 18.3 points, 14.0 rebounds, 7.4 blocks, 3.8 assists and 3.8 steals in 117 career high school games... scored 2,145 total points - ranks fourth all-time in Minneapolis City Conference and No. 23 all-time in state history... tallied 1,634 career rebounds - first all-time in Mpls. City Conference and second all-time in state history... notched 870 career blocked shots - state all-time leader in Minnesota (boys and girls), and ranks second all-time nationally for the NFHS... as a senior, averaged 24.4 points, 18.3 rebounds, 8.9 blocks, 6.1 assists and 5.4 steals per game... 805 points marked a single-season record at Washburn... 604 rebounds equaled an MSHSL single-season record...18.3 rebounds per game led state and ranked 16th nationally... 293 blocks marked an MSHSL singleseason record and ranked third nationally; 8.9 blocks per game was fourthhighest total nationally... led the conference in assists (201) and ranked eighth in the state, while also leading the conference in steals (179), while ranking fifth in the state... four-time all-conference honoree... 2014 Conference Player of the Year... three-time all-state honoree... set state record for blocks in three-straight seasons (216, 255, 293)... notched 23 blocks in a single game, the secondhighest total in state history and the fourth-highest total nationally... recorded 59 career double-doubles, 24 triple-doubles, four quadruple-doubles, and one quintuple-double... volleyball, lacrosse and track standout.

2015-16 as a Sophomore... Played every game for the Hawkeyes this year (33) with 31 starts, the first starts of her career... letterwinner... had her best season as a Hawkeye, compiling 365 points, 194 rebounds, 53 assists, 37 blocks, and 24 steals... earned the team’s Most Improved award at the end of the season... recorded six double-doubles, four of which came in Big Ten play... scored in double figures in 19 of 33 games, netting 20 points or more five times... led Iowa in scoring seven times, rebounding eight times, assists three times, steals seven times, and blocks 10 times... tied an individual Big Ten Tournament record at Iowa with six blocks in the win against Michigan (Bethany Doolittle vs. Ohio State in 2015; Morgan Johnson vs. Nebraska, 2012)... tied for fifth-highest block total in a sophomore season at Iowa with 37... scored six points and pulled down eight rebounds against Ball State (March 17)... netted four points and dished out three asissts against Maryland (March 4)... recorded her sixth career double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds against Michigan (March 1)... scored 10 points, pulled down six rebounds, and blocked four shots against Illinois (Feb. 27)... netted four points and pulled down three rebounds at Penn State (Feb. 24)... recorded her fifth career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Indiana (Feb. 21)... netted 14 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and blocked a shot against Purdue (Feb. 18)... compiled her fourth double-double of the season with 21 points and 11 rebounds at Minnesota (Feb. 15)... scored 12 points and dished out two assists against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... netted 13 points and earned a career-high four steals against Michigan State (Feb. 7)... scored eight points and registered six rebounds at Indiana (Feb. 4)... named to the Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll for the first time in her career on Feb. 1 for her role in Hawkeye wins against Michigan and at Northwesern... named Iowa’s female Student-Athlete of the Month for her efforts on and off the court in the month of January... netted a team-high 19 points and Personal... Father is Tylor Coley... late mother, Kelli Jo Behrens-Coley, was a pulled down seven rebounds at Northwestern (Jan. 31)... recorded her third basketball standout at Minnesota... interdepartmental studies major. career double-double with a team-high 21 points and 10 rebounds against Michigan (Jan. 28)... posted a team-high eight rebounds and scored seven points at Purdue (Jan. 24)... netted a team-high 16 points and recorded a steal CAREER BESTS against Penn State (Jan. 20)... scored six points and registered two rebounds at Michigan State (Jan. 16)... netted seven points and tallied four rebounds at Points: 22, 2x, last vs. George Washington (11/27/15) Wisconsin (Jan. 13)... scored the first six points for Iowa in the second half and Rebounds: 14 at Northern Iowa (11/22/15) ended the game with a team-high 18 points at Michigan (Jan. 7)... scored Iowa FGM: 11 vs. Wright State (11/26/15) first four points of the game against Rutgers, ending the contest with 10 points and four rebounds (Jan. 4)... scored the first seven points of the game in Iowa’s FGA: 21 at Minnesota (2/15/16) win at Nebraska (Dec. 31)... scored 16 points and recorded six rebounds in her 3-pt FG: 1 vs. George Washington (11/27/15) first Big Ten Conference start at Nebraska (Dec. 31)... shot .571 against Drake on 3-pt FGA: 1, 2x, last vs. Ball State (3/17/16) Dec. 22, tallying 11 points and seven rebounds in the win... scored Iowa’s first four points of the game, and the team’s first seven points in the second half at FTM: 7 vs. Michigan (1/28/16) Iowa State (Dec. 11)... netted a career-high 22 points and 11 field goals against FTA: 8 vs. Michigan (1/28/16) Wright State (Nov. 26)... posted her second career double-double and her Assists: 6 vs. Michigan (3/3/16) second in the last three games with 22 points and 10 rebounds against George Washington (Nov. 27)... attempted and made the first 3-pointer of her career Steals: 4 vs. Michigan State (2/7/16) to beat the halftime buzzer against George Washington (Nov. 27)... played a Career Individual History Blocks: 6 vs. Michigan (3/3/16) career-high 40 minutes against George Washington (Nov. 27)... posted her first Minutes: 40 vs. George Washington (11/27/15) career double-double at UNI (Nov. 22), ending the game with 16 points and 14 rebounds... also recorded career-best numbers in points (16), rebounds (14), blocks (4), assists (5) and steals (1) at UNI... netted a career-high 13 points in win over Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... tallied career-highs in field goals made (6)Coley, and Chase

CAREER STATS Season

2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

18

gp-gs

Total min/avg

29-0 201/6.9 33-31 832/25.2 62-31 1033/16.7

fg-fga

37-57 152-291 189-348

hawkeyesports.com

3-Point pct

.649 .522 .543

fg-fga

0-0 1-2 1-2

F-Throws pct

.000 .500 .500

ft-fta

9-17 60-74 69-91

Rebounds pct

.529 .811 .758

off

def

18 27 43 151 61 178

tot

45 194 239

Scoring avg

pf

1.6 21 5.9 87 3.9 108

fo

0 3 3

ast

7 53 60

to

13 49 62

blk

10 37 47

stl

1 24 25

pts avg

83 2.9 365 11.1 448 7.2


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEET THE HAWKEYES

34 - Carly Mohns

High School... Four-time first team all-conference and first team Beloit Daily News honoree... as a junior, was named first team all-state and first team Wisconsin State Journal... led her team to four-straight conference titles... compiled 368 points, 266 rebounds, 42 assists, and 85 steals as a junior, helping her team to a 23-2 record -- 266 rebounds are a single-season school record... Academic Honor Roll student... three-time all-conference honoree in volleyball... track sectional qualifier in the high jump, discus and shot put.

Forward, 6-1, Redshirt Sophomore Brodhead, Wis. (Brodhead) 2016-17 as a Redshirt Sophomore... Granted a medical hardship waiver... will be a redshirt sophomore in 2016-17. 2015-16 as a Sophomore... Granted a medical hardship waiver... underwent seasonending surgery on Dec. 17... letterwinner... appeared in nine games for the Hawkeyes, averaging 13.8 minutes per game before the injury, compiling 30 points, 29 rebounds, 10 assists, two blocks, and one steal... netted two points in Iowa’s win over Robert Morris (Dec. 6)... tallied a career-high three assists against Robert Morris (Dec. 6)... netted a free throw to tie her career-high in Iowa’s win over Virginia (Dec. 2)... logged a career-high 19 minutes against Houston (Nov. 28)... netted a career-high 11 points and five field goals, and dished out two assists against Houston (Nov. 28)... logged 14 minutes at UNI (Nov. 22)... tallied a career high for three point field goals (1) against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... logged eight minutes and scored three points in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13).

Personal... Parents are Jim and Jenny... has one sibling, Mariah... sport and recreation management major. CAREER BESTS Points: 11 vs. Houston (11/28/15) Rebounds: 7 vs. USC Upstate (11/14/14) FGM: 5 vs. Houston (11/28/15) FGA: 7 vs. Houston (11/28/15) 3-pt FG: 1, 2x, last vs. Houston (11/28/15) 3-pt FGA: 3 vs. Houston (11/28/15) FTM: 1, 3x, last at Virginia (12/2/15) FTA: 6 vs. USC Upstate (11/14/14) Assists: 3 vs. Robert Morris (12/6/15) Steals: 1, 4x, last at Northern Iowa (11/22/15) Blocks: 1, 2x, last vs. Houston (11/28/15) Minutes: 19 vs. Houston (11/28/15)

2014-15 as a Freshman... Played in 14 games this season, averaging 4.6 minutes per game... scored a season-high six points and added three rebounds while going 3-for-3 from the field in Iowa’s win over Pepperdine on Nov. 21... pulled down a season-best seven rebounds in Iowa’s seasonopener against USC Upstate on Nov. 14.

Individual Career History

Mohns, Carly

CAREER STATS Season

2014-15 2015-16 TOTAL

gp-gs

14-0 9-0 23-0

Total min/avg

64/4.6 124/13.8 188/8.2

fg-fga

5-10 13-25 18-35

3-Point pct

.500 .520 .514

fg-fga

0-1 2-9 2-10

F-Throws pct

.000 .222 .200

ft-fta

1-8 2-5 3-13

Rebounds pct

.125 .400 .231

off

6 10 16

def

13 19 32

tot

19 29 48

Scoring avg

1.4 3.2 2.1

pf

11 10 21

fo

0 0 0

ast

3 10 13

to

5 7 12

blk

1 2 3

stl

3 1 4

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pts avg

11 0.8 30 3.3 41 1.8

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEET THE HAWKEYES

11 - Tania Davis

High School... Named Michigan Miss Basketball by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan and the Detroit Free Press in 2015... four-year starter at Goodrich High School... ESPN Top 40 guard (ranked No. 36)... ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit, ranked as the 36th-best prospect nationally and the 12th-best point guard... top prospect in the 2015 class in the state of Michigan by Lady Baller Insider... two-time Flint Journal Dream Team Player of the Year (2014, 2015)... led her team to back-to-back Class B state titles as a freshman and sophomore (2012 and 2013), to regional finals as a junior (2014), and to semifinals as a senior (2015)... all-time leading scorer and assists leader at Goodrich... averaged 18.9 points, 6.3 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 3.2 steals per game as a senior... helped Goodrich to a 100-8 record in her high school career, which included an undefeated record against Genesee Area Conference Red Division opponents, four conference championships, four district titles, and three regional championships... two-time team captain... Davis earned honorable mention all-conference honors as a freshman, leading Goodrich to a 28-0 record and a state title, playing in 28 contests while making six starts... she averaged 8.1 points, 2.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 1.7 steals... as a sophomore, Davis started all 28 games while averaging 17.6 points, 2.7 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 3.2 steals, leading Goodrich to a 25-3 record and a second-consecutive state title... she earned first team all-conference, Basketball Coaches Association Class B All-State, Associated Press Class B Special Mention All-State, Detroit Free Press First Team All-State Class B, and Detroit News First Team All-State Class B honors as a sophomore... as a junior, Davis led Goodrich to a district title and a 22-3 record, averaging 19.1 points, 3.0 rebounds, 4.1 assists, and 3.2 steals, while starting all 25 games... she earned MLive (Flint) Player of the Year, Associated Press Class B Player of the Year, Basketball Coaches Association Best of the Best (top 11 players in state), Detroit Free Press First Team All-State Class B, Detroit News First Team All-State, and first team all-conference honors... Davis notched five 25-point games, including a 41-point performance... as a senior, Davis was named a Parade All-American, Associated Press Class B Player of the Year, Basketball Coaches Association Best of the Best (top 11 players in state), Detroit News First Team All-State, and first team all-conference honors... a National Honor Society member, she was a member of the honor roll every semester since her freshman year... played AAU for Michigan Crossover from 2009-14.

Guard, 5-3, Sophomore Grand Blanc, Mich. (Goodrich) Hawk Items... Was one of two Big Ten freshmen to lead her team in assists per game (3.4) and average at least one steal per game (1.1) in 2016... led the Hawkeyes in assists with 111, becoming the second player (Samantha Logic -- 136) to compile more than 100 assists in a freshman season... recorded 37 steals on the season, the third-highest total of all freshmen in program history.

2015-16 as a Freshman... Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team... letterwinner... played in every game (33) with 16 starts... led the Hawkeyes in assists with 111, the second-highest assist total of all freshmen in program history... one of two Big Ten freshmen to lead her team in assists per game (3.4) and average at least one steal per game this season (1.1)... paced Iowa in steals 12 times, assists 10 times, and scoring twice... made the first start of her career at point guard against Bradley (Dec. 19)... scored 12 points and recorded two steals against Ball State (March 17)... netted four points and recorded four steals against Maryland (March 4)... dished out a career-high 10 assists and added 10 points for her first career double-double against Michigan (March 3)... dished out six assists and pulled down four rebounds against Illinois (Feb. 27)... netted six points and dished out three assists at Penn State (Feb. 24)... scored 17 points, pulled down three rebounds, and dished out three assists against Indiana (Feb. 21)... pulled down six rebounds, netted 12 points, dished out six assists, and recorded four steals against Purdue (Feb. 18)... dished out five assists and netted eight points at Minnesota (Feb. 15)... scored five points, pulled down a career-high six reounds and dished out four assists against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... netted 13 points and pulled down five rebounds against Michigan State (Feb. 7)... made a career-high 12 field goal attempts and played a career-high 36 minutes at Indiana (Feb. 4)... scored 11 points, pulled down four rebounds, and dished out four Personal... Parents are Keyatta Anderson and Roy Davis... has one assists at Northwestern (Jan. 31)... registered career-highs in minutes (35), younger brother, Tyson... health and human physiology major. points (18), and three-point field goals made (4) against Michigan (Jan. 28)... netted 14 points, dished out a career-high seven assists, and played a career-high 32 minutes at Purdue (Jan. 24)... dished out a career-high CAREER BESTS six assists and matched her career-high four steals, while adding nine Points: 18 vs.Michigan (1/28/16) points against Penn State (Jan. 20)... netted a career-high 16 points and Rebounds: 6, 4x, last vs. Purdue (2/18/16) tied career-highs with five assists and six rebounds at Michigan State 6 vs. Michigan (1/28/16) (Jan. 16)... recorded three rebounds, two assists, and two points at Wis- FGM: 12, 3x, last at Indiana (2/4/16) consin (Jan. 13)... scored four ponts and dished out four assists against FGA: Maryland (Jan. 10)... posted seven points and three assists at Michigan 3-pt FG: 4, 2x, last vs. Michigan (1/28/16) (Jan. 7)... played 28 minutes off the bench against Rutgers, compiling six 3-pt FGA: 8 vs. Michigan (1/28/16) points, three rebounds, and one assist (Jan. 4)... dished out four assists FTM: 6, 2x, last vs. Purdue (2/18/16) and scored seven points in her Big Ten Conference debut at Nebraska 6, 2x, last vs. Purdue (2/18/16) (Dec. 31)... scored 10 points, pulled down five rebounds, and distributed FTA: 10 vs. Michigan (3/3/16) two assists against Drake (Dec. 22)... dished out a career-high five assists Assists: and tallied a career-high four steals against Bradley (Dec. 19)... took a Steals: 4, 4x, last vs. Maryland (3/4/16) career-high four free throw shots, making a career-high three at Virginia Blocks: 1, 3x, last vs. Maryland (3/4/16) (Dec. 2)... netted a career-high 13 points in the first half alone against Minutes: 38 vs. Indiana (2/21/16) Career History Wright State, reaching double digits for the first timeIndividual (Nov. 26)... netted a career-high two free throws against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... reached double figures in scoring (12) for the first time in her collegiate career in win over UT Martin (Nov. 15)... came off the bench in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13) for her collegiate debut.

Davis, Tania

CAREER STATS Season

2015-16 TOTAL

20

gp-gs

33-16 33-16

Total min/avg

867/26.3 867/26.3

fg-fga

96-238 96-238

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3-Point pct

.403 .403

fg-fga

21-80 21-80

F-Throws pct

.263 .263

ft-fta

55-71 55-71

Rebounds pct

.775 .775

off

13 13

def

76 76

tot

89 89

Scoring avg

2.7 2.7

pf

37 37

fo

ast

0 111 0 111

to

72 72

blk

3 3

stl

37 37

pts avg

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10 - Megan Gustafson Center/Forward, 6-3, Sophomore Port Wing, Wis. (South Shore)

Hawk Items... Was the only Big Ten freshman and one of three players in the conference to lead her team in field goal percentage (.554), rebounds per game (6.8), and blocks per game (1.8) in 2016... compiled the 3rd-most blocks (58), 4th-most rebounds (225), and 7th-most points (352) of all freshmen in program history... tied an Iowa individual WNIT game record with nine field goals made against Michigan (Jamie Cavey twice, at SMS in 2005; vs. Marquette in 2003)... compiled nine double-doubles, the first of her career, in the last 13 games of the season... became Iowa’s first Big Ten Freshman of the Week honoree since 2012 (Samantha Logic).

4)... blocked three shots, scored six points, and pulled down three rebounds in her first Big Ten Conference game at Nebraska (Dec. 31)... reached double figures for the sixth time with 16 points and seven rebounds against Drake (Dec. 22)... tallied a career-high five blocks in Iowa’s win at Virginia (Dec. 2)... had 11 points and eight rebounds in win over Houston (Nov. 28)... netted a career-high 23 points and was one rebound shy of her first career doubledouble against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... tallied career-highs for rebounds (9), field goals made (10), field goals attempted (14), steals (1), blocks (3) and minutes (29) against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... came off the bench in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13) for her collegiate debut... scored in double figures in three of her collegiate games so far, posting 12 points against North Dakota (Nov 13), 10 points against UT Martin (Nov. 15) and 23 against Western Illinois (Nov. 19)... named to the Hawkeye Challenge All-Tournament Team. High School... Ranked No. 12 at her position and No. 80 in her class by ESPN HoopGurlz... four-time first team all-conference honoree, three-time first team all-state selection, and three-time team captain... four-year letterwinner at South Shore High School... guided her team to conference, sectional and regional championships as a sophomore... secured conference and regional championships as a junior... led her team to conference, sectional and regional championships as a senior... compiled 3,229 points, 1724 rebounds, and 628 blocks in her career... all-time scoring leader in Wisconsin, and the only player in state history to eclipse 3,000 points... scored a single game, state-record 64 points as a senior... scored more than 50 points in back-to-back nights... scored 1,127 points in a season, another record for the state of Wisconsin... ESPN Top 100 recruit... Gustafson is also a four-time all-conference selection in volleyball, and competed in the shot put, discus, triple jump, 300-meter hurdles, and 100-meter hurdles in track... Gustafson, a National Honor Society member, has been an honor roll student throughout high school... she has served as class president all four years of high school, and served as a student council member as a junior and senior... played AAU for the Viking Club for one year, Team Wisconsin for one year, and Team Wisconsin Select Black for three years... won the North Tartan Meltdown with Team Wisconsin Select Black, the eighth-best team in the country in 2014.

2015-16 as a Freshman... Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team... appeared in every game of her Hawkeye career (33) with 14 starts... letterwinner... only freshman in the Big Ten and one of three players in the conference overall who led her team in field goal percentage (.554), blocked shots (58), and rebounds (225)... compiled the third-most blocks (58), fourth-most rebounds (225), and seventh-most points (352) of all freshmen in program history... tied an Iowa individual WNIT game record with nine field goals made against Michigan (Jamie Cavey twice, at SMS in 2005; vs. Marquette in 2003)... led Iowa in blocks 21 times, rebounds 17 times, and scoring six times... blocked three or more shots in 10 games this season... made the first start of her career at Purdue (Jan. 24)... played her best basketball at the end of the year, starting the final 14 games, nearly averaging a double-double in the stretch (9.6 rebounds, 13.6 points)... recorded her ninth career double-double in the last 13 games with 22 points and 12 rebounds against Ball State (March 17)... netted seven points and blocked two shots against Maryland (March 4)... recorded Personal... Parents are Eva and Clendon Gustafson... has one sister, Emily, who her eighth career double-double in 11 games with a career-high 25 points plays basketball at Upper Iowa... father played basketball at UW-Superior... and 10 rebounds against Michigan (March 1)... registered her seventh career mother played basketball and volleyball at St. Scholastica... business major. double-double in 10 games against Illinois (Feb. 27) with 16 points and 10 rebounds... registered her sixth career double-double in nine games with 15 points and 11 rebounds at Penn State (Feb. 24)... named Big Ten Freshman of CAREER BESTS the Week on Feb. 22 after averaging a double-double with 14 points and 10.7 Points: 25 vs. Michigan (3/3/16) rebounds in a three-game stretch (at Minnesota, vs Purdue, vs Indiana)... scored Rebounds: 19 at Minnesota (2/15/16) 10 points, pulled down six rebounds, and blocked four shots against Indiana (Feb. 21)... netted 18 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and blocked four FGM: 10, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/3/16) shots against Purdue (Feb. 18)... posted a career-high 19 rebounds, the highest 17 vs. Ohio State (2/11/16) single game total in Iowa history since Feb. 16, 2012 (Samantha Logic), and 14 FGA: 5, 2x, last vs. Michigan (3/3/16) points to secure her fifth double-double in the last six games at Minnesota FTM: (Feb. 15)... recorded her fourth career double-double with 13 points and 11 FTA: 11 at Northwestern (1/31/16) rebounds against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... netted seven points and dished out 3 at Minnesota (2/15/16) a career-high two assists against Michigan State (Feb. 7)... recorded her third Assists: consecutive double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Indiana (Feb. Steals: 1, 10x, last vs. Ball State (3/17/16) 4)... recorded her second consecutive double-double with 15 points and 13 Blocks: 5 at Virginia (12/2/15) rebounds at Northwestern (Jan. 31)... recorded her first career double-double 34 vs. Indiana (2/21/16) with 10 points and a career-high 12 rebounds against Michigan (Jan. 28)... tal- Minutes: lied seven points, one block, and one assist in her first career start at Purdue (Jan. 24)... recorded five points, a block, and a steal against Penn State (Jan. 20)... blocked two shots and scored seven points with five rebounds at Michigan State (Jan. 16)... netted five points, pulled down four rebounds and blocked a shot at Wisconsin (Jan. 13)... played a career-high 30 minutes and matched a career-high with nine rebounds, one shy of recording her first career doubleIndividual Career History double against Maryland (Jan. 10)... shot .833 (5-of-6) from field goal range and sunk 4-of-4 free throw attempts at Michigan for 14 points (Jan. 7)... blocked three shots, scored six points and dished out one assist against Rutgers (Jan.

Gustafson, Megan

CAREER STATS Season

2015-16 TOTAL

gp-gs

33-14 33-14

Total min/avg

743/22.5 743/22.5

fg-fga

144-260 144-260

3-Point pct

.554 .554

fg-fga

0-0 0-0

F-Throws pct

.000 .000

ft-fta

64-104 64-104

Rebounds pct

.615 .615

off

def

85 140 85 140

tot

225 225

Scoring avg

6.8 6.8

pf

70 70

fo

2 2

ast

26 26

to

56 56

blk

58 58

stl

10 10

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pts avg

352 10.7 352 10.7

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21 - Hannah Stewart Forward, 6-2, Sophomore Minot, N.D. (Bishop Ryan Catholic)

2015-16 as a Freshman... Appeared in 12 games off the bench this season... letterwinner... shot .333, hitting 2-of-6 field goal attempts... registered two minutes in Iowa’s game against Maryland in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament (March 4)... played a career-high four minutes and pulled down a rebound against Ohio State (Feb. 11)... dished out an assist against Michigan (Jan. 28)... registered a steal and a rebound in three minutes at Purdue (Jan. 24)... matched a careerhigh with three rebounds against Maryland in two minutes (Jan. 10), her first Big Ten game of the season... netted two points against Robert Morris (Dec. 6)... tallied an assist against Houston (Nov. 28)... tallied a steal and netted a point against UNI (Nov. 22)... came off the bench in Iowa’s win over North Dakota (Nov. 13) for her collegiate debut... registered two blocks, one assist, and two points in just three minutes played against North Dakota (Nov. 13). High School... Named North Dakota Miss Basketball by North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in 2015... Gatorade North Dakota Girls Basketball Player of the Year in 2015, after being a nominee for the same award in 2014... two-time Athlete of the Year for the state of North Dakota (2014, 2015)... three-time all-area and all-tournament team selection... three-time team captain... 82nd-best player and the 15th best forward in the Class of 2015 by ESPN HoopGurlz... led Bishop Ryan Catholic High School to three consecutive Class B state championships... four-time all-state (first team in 2013-15 and second team in 2012), all-region, and all-district honoree... three-time state tournament MVP... averaged 19.3 points, 11.8 rebounds, 5.7 steals, 4.6 blocks, and 4.3 assists per game as a senior... also shot 60.9 percent from inside the arc... record holder in career points, career rebounds, career blocks, career steals, and rebounds in a game... Stewart is also a standout volleyball player, earning alldistrict and all-region honors... she plays pitcher and shortstop

in softball, and owns the school records for home runs, career hits, and pitching wins... Stewart tossed a no-hitter in the 2013 state tournament... she has guided Bishop Ryan to three-straight conference titles and three-consecutive state runner-up finishes, while being named all-state and state all-tournament four times and a nominee for the Gatorade Player of the Year twice... all-state volleyball honoree... named Gatorade Player of the Year in softball in 2015... maintained a 4.0 GPA in the classroom... president of the National Honors Society... Head of the Rock Team for Assistant Chaplains... also involved in Rotary Club, Speech Team, Special Olympics, S.A.D.D., and orchestra (violin)... played AAU for North Tartan 2014 Nike Elite Minnesota. Personal... Parents are Julie and Peter Stewart... has one younger brother, Elijah, and one younger sister, Annika... mother (basketball and track and field) and father (basketball) were studentathletes at North Dakota... health and human physiology major.

CAREER BESTS Points: 2, 2x, last vs. Robert Morris (12/6/15) Rebounds: 3, 2x, last vs. Maryland (1/10/16) FGM: 1, 2x, last vs. Robert Morris (12/6/15) FGA: 2, 3x, last vs. Ohio State (2/11/16) FTM: 1 at Northern Iowa (11/22/15) FTA: 2, 2x, last vs. Maryland (1/10/16) Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. Michigan (1/28/16) Steals: 1, 2x, last at Purdue (1/24/16) Blocks: 2 vs. North Dakota (11/13/15) Minutes: 4 vs. Ohio State (2/11/16)

Individual Career History

Stewart, Hannah

CAREER STATS Season

2015-16 TOTAL

22

gp-gs

12-0 12-0

Total min/avg

27/2.3 27/2.3

fg-fga

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2-6 2-6

3-Point pct

.333 .333

fg-fga

0-0 0-0

F-Throws pct

.000 .000

ft-fta

1-4 1-4

Rebounds pct

.250 .250

off

3 3

def

5 5

tot

8 8

Scoring avg

0.7 0.7

pf

2 2

fo

0 0

ast

3 3

to

4 4

blk

2 2

stl

2 2

pts avg

5 0.4 5 0.4


MEET THE HAWKEYES NEWCOMERS

35 - Bre Cera

Guard, 5-10, Freshman Mukwonago, Wis. (Mukwonago) High School… 2016 Journal Sentinel Player of the Year… 2016 McDonald’s All-American… threetime first team all-state and first team all-conference selection… three-time all-area pick… led Mukwonago High School to four state championship appearances,

22 - Kathleen Doyle Guard, 5-9, Freshman LaGrange Park, Ill. (Benet Academy)

High School… ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit (No. 97)… also ranked No. 20 by Blue Star, No. 68 by All Star Girls Report, and No. 108 by Prospect Nation in the 2016 recruiting class… named Illinois Miss Basketball as a senior in 2016… led Benet Academy to back-to-back 4A Illinois State Championships (2015, 2016)… two-time first team all-state selection by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and the Champaign News Gazette (2015, 2016)… 2016 McDonald’s All-American nominee… earned first team all-state honors from the Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, and News-Gazette in 2016, and second team all-state recognition from the Associated Press in 2015… 2016 Esmark and MaxPreps All-American… 2016 McDonald’s All-American nominee… East Suburban

3 - Makenzie Meyer Guard, 5-9, Freshman Mason City, Iowa (Mason City)

High School… 2016 Iowa Miss Basketball… ESPN HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit (No. 79)… guided Mason City to an outright CIML Northern Division conference title and its first-ever state championship in girls basketball in 2016… netted 1,589 career points in her high school career, becoming the fifth player in program history to surpass the 1,000-point mark, and compiled 571 rebounds, 252 assists, 195 steals, and 58 blocks…. record holder for points scored in a game (36)… four-time first team All-CIML Conference honoree (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016) and All-CIML Elite Team pick in 2016… three-year team captain (2014, 2015, 2016)… three-time all-state selection by the Iowa Newspaper

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL including runner-up results in 2013 and 2016, and a Classic 8 Conference Championship in 2013… became the program’s leading scorer in February of her junior season, surpassing 1,000 career points that year… three-year team captain… played club for Wisconsin ABC Knights (2009-13) and Midwest Elite (2013-15)… selected to the Boo Williams Tournament All-Star Team in April 2014. Personal… Parents are Tony and Heather Cera… has one younger sister, Angela… father, Tony, played football at Carroll University and mother, Heather, ran track at Wisconsin before graduating from Milwaukee… psychology major. Catholic Conference Player of the Year and Champaign NewsGazette Player of the Year in 2016… twice-named Daily Herald – DuPage and Naperville Sun Player of the Year (2015, 2016)… voted most valuable player at the Naperville Central Holiday Tournament and Naperville North Holiday Tournament twice (2015, 2016)… named Benet Academy most valuable player following her senior season… three-time all-conference selection (2014, 2015, 2016)… second-highest scorer at Benet Academy with 1,636 points in 133 career games (two points shy of the school record of 1,638 set by Jordan Wilson)… also recorded 516 rebounds, 442 assists, 297 steals, and 119 blocks in her career… as a senior in 2016, the point guard netted 617 points, pulled down 171 rebounds, dished out 145 assists, recorded 93 steals, and blocked 33 shots. Personal… Parents are Mike and Mary Doyle… Doyle is the youngest of six siblings, including brothers, Mick and Colin, and sisters, Annie, Bridget, and Sheila… she is the fourth among her siblings to compete collegiately, joining Mick (baseball at Notre Dame), Annie (basketball at St. Mary’s College), and Sheila (volleyball at North Carolina)… communication studies and spanish major. Association and Iowa Girls Coaches Association and two-time all-state pick by the Des Moines Register and Iowa Basketball Coaches Association… three-time all-district selection by Iowa Girls Coaches Association and Iowa Basketball Coaches Association… three-time Mason City Globe Gazette Player of the Year… four-time academic all-conference honoree... member of the National Honor Society and named to the Principal’s List every semester… also involved in the Silver Cord Volunteer Program, YIELD, Pursuing Victory with Honor, Trinity Lutheran Church as a Sunday school shepard, and Mason City youth basketball camps… earned two varsity letters in track and field, competing in the 4x400-meter relay, 4x100-meter relay, long jump, and 400-meter… school record holder in 400-meter and 4x400-meter relay events… played club basketball for the All Iowa Attack. Personal… Parents are Mark and Ann Meyer… has one brother, Matt, and two sisters, Megan and Macy… brother Matt plays baseball at Coe College and father Mark played baseball at Buena Vista University… open major.

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 43 - Amanda Ollinger Forward, 6-1, Freshman Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Linn-Mar)

High School… Named The Gazette Female Athlete of the Year in 2016… 2016 Cedar Rapids Gazette Co-Player of the Year in girls basketball… 2016 McDonald’s All-American nominee… first team all-state honoree in 2016 and second team all-state pick by the Iowa Newspaper Association in 2014 and 2015… named first team all-metro three times (2014, 2015, 2016) and honorable mention all-metro once (2013)… garnered all-district honors

5 - Alexis Sevillian

Guard, 5-5, Freshman Goodrich, Mich. (Goodrich) High School… Finalist for 2016 Michigan Miss Basketball… Best of the BEST Girls All-State Team selection, Flint Journal Dream Team Player of the Year, Rotary Club of Flint Scholar Athlete of the Year, and All-USA Michigan Girls Basketball second team selection in 2016… 2016 McDonald’s All-American nominee… first team all-state selection in 2015 and 2016 and honorable mention all-state

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MEET THE HAWKEYES NEWCOMERS three consecutive years… compiled 1,343 career points and 780 career rebounds competing with Cedar Rapids Jefferson as a freshman and sophomore and Linn-Mar as a junior and senior… netted 445 points, pulled down 273 rebounds, recorded 73 steals, blocked 62 shots, and 50 assists as a senior... guided Linn-Mar to a 20-5 record and a state semifinal appearance in 2016… named to the Des Moines Register Elite Team in 2016… three-time all-conference selection… Linn-Mar record holder for three-pointers in a game… played club basketball for All Iowa Attack… also a decorated high school volleyball player at Cedar Rapids Jefferson and Linn-Mar, earning three all-state and all-metro nods. Personal… Parents are Scott and Bonnie Ollinger… engineering major. honoree in 2014… three-time all-area Dream Team and all-conference pick… averaged 22.9 points, 4.3 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 3.6 steals per game as a senior guard… helped Goodrich to three state semi-final appearances (2013, 2015, 2016) and a 2013 state championship… two-year team captain… National Honors Society member and Honor Roll student… played club basketball for Michigan Crossover. Personal… Parents are Arteka and Clarence Sevillian… has one older sister Aketra (KeKe), who plays basketball at Penn State… father Clarence played football at Vanderbilt… high school teammate of Iowa guard Tania Davis… health and human physiology major.


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2015-16 RESULTS

The Automated ScoreBook IOWA Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Aug 02, 2016) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date 11/13/15 11/15/15 11/19/15 11/22/15 11/26/15 11/27/15 11/28/15 12/02/15

OVERALL 19-14 8-10 11-4

HOME 11-5 5-4 6-1

Opponent

Score

^NORTH DAKOTA ^UT MARTIN WESTERN ILLINOIS at UNI vs Wright State vs George Washington vs Houston at Virginia

Wot W W

96-81 80-65 83-77 77-81 64-50 85-73

3543 (23)Gustafson, Megan 2384 (22)Kastanek, Alexa (22)Coley, Chase 627 (22)Coley, Chase (15)Disterhoft, Ally 3360 (22)Kastanek, Alexa

W W

12/31/15 1/4/16 01/07/16 1/10/16

*at Nebraska *RUTGERS *at Michigan *MARYLAND

W W

01/13/16 01/16/16 1/20/16 1/24/16 1/28/16 01/31/16 2/4/16 2/7/16 2/11/16 02/15/16 2/18/16

*at Wisconsin *at Michigan State *PENN STATE *at Purdue *MICHIGAN *at Northwestern *at Indiana *MICHIGAN STATE *OHIO STATE *at Minnesota *PURDUE

W

2/21/16 02/24/16 2/27/16 03/03/16

*INDIANA *at Penn State *ILLINOIS vs Michigan

W

03/04/16 3/17/16

vs Maryland +BALL STATE Games

16 12 5 33

W W

W W

W

W W

69-50 66-69 60-53 89-76

74-68 69-65 75-82 56-76 57-54 73-80 69-82 73-90 85-69 79-64 74-79 69-74 81-98 76-78 63-55 76-73 68-81 61-56 97-85 55-75 72-77

Attend

75013 59868 627 135508

High Rebounds

4358 (20)Disterhoft, Ally 3555 (12)Davis, Tania

W

Home Away Neutral Total

Att. High Points

83-61 62-56

ROBERT MORRIS 2at Iowa State BRADLEY DRAKE

* - Conference game

NEUTRAL 3-2 0-0 3-2

W W

12/6/15 12-11-15 12/19/15 12/22/15

Attendance Summary

AWAY 5-7 3-6 2-1

Lo2

L

L L

L L L

L L L L

L

L L

3620 11373 4051 5430

7329 4959 1889 7776 3235 9017 3873 7865 3780 2016 2421 6255 3667 6167 3659

(16)Disterhoft, (26)Disterhoft, (16)Disterhoft, (20)Disterhoft,

Ally Ally Ally Ally

(17)Disterhoft, Ally (20)Kastanek, Alexa (18)Coley, Chase (14)Gustafson, Megan (14)Disterhoft, Ally (18)Disterhoft, Ally (16)Davis, Tania (16)Coley, Chase (21)Disterhoft, Ally (21)Coley, Chase (19)Coley, Chase (22)Jennings, Whitney (17)Disterhoft, Ally (20)Disterhoft, Ally (21)Coley, Chase (18)Gustafson, Megan

9838 (19)Disterhoft, Ally 2812 (21)Disterhoft, Ally 4610 (16)Gustafson, Megan (25)Gustafson, Megan (16)Disterhoft, Ally 2039 (22)Gustafson, Megan

(14)Peschel, Kali (6)Davis, Tania (6)Disterhoft, Ally (11)Peschel, Kali (14)Coley, Chase (9)Coley, Chase (10)Coley, Chase (8)Gustafson, Megan (7)Peschel, Kali (7)Disterhoft, Ally (8)Peschel, Kali (8)Disterhoft, Ally (7)Gustafson, Megan (7)Coley, Chase (7)Disterhoft, Ally (7)Gustafson, Megan (11)Disterhoft, Ally (6)Gustafson, Megan (7)Kastanek, Alexa (9)Gustafson, Megan (6)Buttenham, Christina (7)Disterhoft, Ally (7)Disterhoft, Ally (8)Coley, Chase (12)Gustafson, Megan (13)Gustafson, Megan (10)Gustafson, Megan (8)Gustafson, Megan (11)Gustafson, Megan (19)Gustafson, Megan (7)Gustafson, Megan (7)Coley, Chase (10)Coley, Chase (11)Gustafson, Megan (10)Gustafson, Megan (10)Gustafson, Megan (10)Coley, Chase (5)Gustafson, Megan (12)Gustafson, Megan

Avg/Game

4688 4989 125 4106

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 19-14 8-10 11-4

HOME 11-5 5-4 6-1

Total ##

Player

02 Disterhoft, Ally

04 Coley, Chase

10 Gustafson, Megan 15 Jennings, Whitney 11 Davis, Tania

01 Kastanek, Alexa 25 Peschel, Kali

34 Mohns, Carly

23 Buttenham, Christina 45 Smith, Nicole

21 Stewart, Hannah 03 Till, Claire

40 Schneden, Hailey 24 Larson, Tagyn

Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

min

33 33

6669

avg fg-fga

3-Point fg% 3fg-fga

33-33 1207 36.6 197-368 .535 33-31 832 25.2 152-291 .522 33-14 743 22.5 144-260 .554 33-31 1077 32.6 109-316 .345 33-16 867 26.3 96-238 .403 33-20 679 20.6 86-216 .398 32-20 571 17.8 47-131 .359 9-0 124 13.8 13-25 .520 31-0 479 15.5 35-93 .376 4-0 7 1.8 1-1 1.000 12-0 27 2.3 2-6 .333 14-0 45 3.2 0-4 .000 2-0 1 0.5 0-0 .000 5-0 10 2.0 0-0 .000

567

517

616

04 Coley, Chase

10 Gustafson, Megan 15 Jennings, Whitney 11 Davis, Tania

01 Kastanek, Alexa 25 Peschel, Kali

23 Buttenham, Christina 45 Smith, Nicole 03 Till, Claire

21 Stewart, Hannah 24 Larson, Tagyn

40 Schneden, Hailey

Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

min

18-18 18-17 18-11 18-18 18-11 18-7 17-8 16-0 2-0 3-0 6-0 2-0 1-0

667 468 452 620 536 342 231 246 2 13 14 3 0

18 18

3594

avg fg-fga

37.1 26.0 25.1 34.4 29.8 19.0 13.6 15.4 1.0 4.3 2.3 1.5 0.0

3591

Score by Periods IOWA Opponents

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OVERALL 8-10 8-10 0-0

Rebounds ft%

.727 .811 .615 .759 .775 .745 .837 .400 .600 .000 .250 .833 .000 .000

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109-206 85-164 82-159 67-179 56-132 35-96 18-46 17-47 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

3-Point fg% 3fg-fga

.529 .518 .516 .374 .424 .365 .391 .362

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000

21-57 0-0 0-0 25-78 14-46 24-75 7-25 8-29 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

470-1033 .455 99-310

516-1148 .449 95-289

2nd 343 263

8

12

off

def

122 151 140 92 76 57 84 19 47 0 5 7 0 1 81 882 782

tot

180 194 225 101 89 64 116 29 85 0 8 11 0 1 151 1254 1219

avg

5.5 5.9 6.8 3.1 2.7 1.9 3.6 3.2 2.7 0.0 0.7 0.8 0.0 0.2

pf dq

57 87 70 77 37 60 73 10 39 0 2 14 0 0

a

0 92 3 53 2 26 5 99 0 111 1 74 4 27 0 10 0 30 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0

to blk stl

83 49 56 80 72 77 48 7 37 0 4 3 0 0 11 38.0 526 15 529 527 36.9 637 - 470 444

28 37 58 8 3 3 9 2 2 0 2 2 0 0

30 24 10 42 37 30 11 1 13 0 2 0 0 0

pts

avg

565 365 352 318 268 263 149 30 94 2 5 5 0 0

17.1 11.1 10.7 9.6 8.1 8.0 4.7 3.3 3.0 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.0 0.0

154 200 2416

73.2 71.3

121 279 2353

2353

HOME 5-4 5-4 0-0

Total 02 Disterhoft, Ally

128-176 60-74 64-104 60-79 55-71 35-47 36-43 2-5 6-10 0-0 1-4 5-6 0-0 0-0

NEUTRAL 3-2 0-0 3-2

The Automated ScoreBook IOWA Season Box Score (as of Aug 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT OT2 Totals 02, 2016) Conference games 577 639 608 561 23 8 2416

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Player

.413 .500 .000 .301 .263 .359 .288 .222 .316 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

ft-fta

58 43 85 9 13 7 32 10 38 0 3 4 0 0 70 882-1949 .453 200-608 .329 452-619 .730 372 900-2139 .421 195-586 .333 358-512 .699 437

6667

Score by Periods IOWA Opponents

##

F-Throw

3fg%

43-104 1-2 0-0 40-133 21-80 56-156 19-66 2-9 18-57 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

AWAY 5-7 3-6 2-1

2015-16 STATISTICS

3rd 335 369

4th 295 353

AWAY 3-6 3-6 0-0 F-Throw

3fg%

.368 .000 .000 .321 .304 .320 .280 .276 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

ft-fta

62-96 43-53 30-56 29-37 39-47 15-21 15-18 4-8 0-0 2-2 0-2 0-0 0-0

Rebounds ft%

.646 .811 .536 .784 .830 .714 .833 .500 .000

1.000

.000 .000 .000

.319 239-340 .703 .329 197-267 .738

Totals 1278 1324

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

off

def

tot

31 71 102 23 79 102 51 90 141 5 42 47 7 44 51 2 26 28 10 30 40 28 29 57 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 41 38 79 202 455 657 211 416 627

avg

5.7 5.7 7.8 2.6 2.8 1.6 2.4 3.6 0.0 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.0

pf dq

27 51 40 47 17 30 28 23 0 5 0 0 0

0 3 1 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

a

39 25 19 53 72 42 11 16 0 0 1 0 0

to blk stl

44 29 31 45 45 42 28 18 0 2 3 0 0 9 36.5 268 11 278 296 34.8 346 - 288 216

16 17 35 6 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0

16 17 7 15 18 10 3 7 0 0 1 0 0

pts

avg

301 213 194 188 165 109 58 46 2 2 0 0 0

16.7 11.8 10.8 10.4 9.2 6.1 3.4 2.9 1.0 0.7 0.0 0.0 0.0

81 94 1278 62 156 1324

71.0 73.6


NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY 1986 Mideast Region 2nd Round - Tennessee (L), 68-73 in Knoxville, TN 1987 Midwest Region (No. 3 seed) 2nd Round - New Orleans (W), 69-46 in Iowa City Sweet 16 - Georgia (W), 62-60 in Monroe, LA Elite 8 - Louisiana Tech (L), 65-66 in Monroe, LA 1988 West Region (No. 1 seed) 2nd Round - Stephen F. Austin (W), 83-65 in Iowa City Sweet 16 - Southern Cal. (W), 76-67 in Long Beach, CA Elite 8 - Long Beach State (L), 78-98 in Long Beach, CA 1989 Midwest Region (No. 3 seed) 2nd Round - Tennessee Tech (W), 77-75 in Iowa City Sweet 16 - Stanford (L), 74-98 in Ruston, LA

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2001 Midwest Region (No. 4 seed) 1st Round - Oregon (W), 89-82 (OT), in Salt Lake City, UT 2nd Round - Utah (L), 69-78, in Salt Lake City, UT 2002 Mideast Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - Virginia (W), 69-62, in Storrs, CT 2nd Round - Connecticut (L), 48-86, in Storrs, CT 2004 East Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - Virginia Tech (L), 89-76, in Blacksburg, VA 2006 San Antonio Region (No. 10 seed) 1st Round - BYU (L), 67-62, in Denver, CO 2008 New Orleans Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - Georgia (L), 67-61, in Norfolk, VA

1990 Mideast Region (No. 3 seed) 2nd Round - Vanderbilt (L), 56-61 in Iowa City

2009 Oklahoma City Region (No. 8 seed) 1st Round - Georgia Tech (L), 76-62, in Iowa City, IA

1991 West Region (No. 6 seed) 1st Round - Montana (W), 64-53 in Missoula, MT 2nd Round - Washington (L), 53-70 in Seattle, WA

2010 Sacramento Region (No. 8 seed) 1st Round - Rutgers (W), 70-63, in Stanford, CA 2nd Round - Stanford (L), 67-96, in Stanford, CA

1992 Midwest Region (No. 1 seed) 2nd Round - Missouri State (L), 60-61 (ot) in Iowa City

2011 Spokane Region (No. 6 seed) 1st Round - Gonzaga (L), 86-92, in Spokane, WA

1993 Mideast Region (No. 2 seed) 2nd Round - Old Dominion (W), 82-56 in Norfolk, VA Sweet 16 - Auburn (W), 63-50 in Iowa City Elite 8 - Tennessee (W), 72-56 in Iowa City Final Four - Ohio State (L), 72-73 (ot) in Atlanta, GA

2012 South Bend Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - California (L), 74-84, in South Bend, IN

1994 Midwest Region (No. 3 seed) 1st Round - Mt. St. Mary’s (W), 70-47 in Iowa City 2nd Round - Alabama (L), 78-84 in Iowa City 1996 Mideast Region (No. 2 seed) 1st Round - Butler (W), 72-67 in Iowa City 2nd Round - DePaul (W), 72-71 in Iowa City Sweet 16 - Vanderbilt (L), 63-74 in Rosemont, IL 1997 Midwest Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - North Carolina State (W), 56-50 in Storrs, CT 2nd Round - Connecticut (L), 53-72 in Storrs, CT 1998 Midwest Region (No. 4 seed) 1st Round - Massachusetts (W), 77-59, in Iowa City 2nd Round - Kansas (L), 58-62, in Iowa City

2013 Norfolk Region (No. 9 seed) 1st Round - Miami (W), 69-53, in Iowa City 2nd Round - Notre Dame (L), 57-74, in Iowa City 2014 Louisville Region (No. 6 seed) 1st Round - Marist (W), 87-65, in Iowa City 2nd Round - Louisville (L), 53-83, in Iowa City 2015 Oklahoma City Region (No. 3 seed) 1st Round - American (W), 75-67, in Iowa City 2nd Round - Miami (W), 88-70, in Iowa City Sweet 16 - Baylor (L), 66-81, in Oklahoma City

24 NCAA Tournament appearances (Tied for 12th most all-time) 6 Sweet Sixteens 3 Elite Eights 1993 Final Four

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1986-87 (26-5, 17-1)

BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1995-96 (27-4, 15-1)

The 1986-87 team won its first Big Ten Championship The 1995-96 Hawkeyes finished with a 15-1 mark to when the Hawkeyes claimed a share of the title with win their seventh Big Ten title. This group of Hawkeyes a 17-1 conference record. The team would go on and finished the season ranked No. 7 in the AP poll. advance to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament.

1987-88 (29-2, 17-1)

1997 Big Ten Tournament (18-12, 9-7)

The 1987-88 Hawkeyes won their first outright Big Ten Championship with a 17-1 regular season conference mark. The team finished the season ranked No. 2 in the final Associated Press poll.

The 1996-97 Hawkeyes finished fourth in the Big Ten during the regular season and needed to win the Big Ten Tournament in order to advance to the NCAA Tournament. Iowa defeated Northwestern, Indiana and Illinois to win its first Big Ten Tournament title.

1988-89 (27-5, 16-2)

1997-98 (18-11, 13-3)

In 1988-89, the Hawkeyes claimed a share of the Big Ten Championship with a 15-3 mark. This group of Hawkeyes would extend its home winning streak to 41 games, the second-longest in the nation at the time.

1989-90 (23-6, 15-3)

During the 1989-90 season, the Hawkeyes won a share of the Big Ten Championship with a 15-3 conference record. The Hawkeyes finished the season ranked No. 10 in the final Associated Press poll.

1991-92 (25-4, 16-2)

The 1991-92 Hawkeyes won the Big Ten Championship outright with a 16-2 conference record. Iowa finished the season ranked No. 7 in the AP poll.

1992-93 (27-4, 16-2)

With a 16-2 conference record, Iowa claimed a share of the Big Ten title during the 1992-93 season. This special group of Hawkeyes would go on to become the only Iowa team to advance to the Final Four.

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Iowa’s 1997-98 squad finished the regular season with a 13-3 conference mark to secure its eighth Big Ten Championship. The team finished the season ranked No. 24 in the final Associated Press poll.

2001 Big Ten Tournament (21-10, 12-4)

In Lisa Bluder’s first year at Iowa, the 2000-01 Hawkeyes finished second in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes knocked off Indiana, Illinois and Purdue to win the first Big Ten Tournament crown under Bluder.

2007-08 (21-11, 13-5)

In 2008, Iowa won a share of the Big Ten regular season championship, its ninth in school history. The Hawkeyes won a Big Ten-season-best eight-straight during league play.


INDIVIDUAL AWARDS AND HONORS Naismith All-American Michelle Edwards, 1988 Kodak All-American Michelle Edwards, 1988 Franthea Price, 1990 Toni Foster, 1993 Cara Consuegra, 2001 (Honorable Mention) Jennie Lillis, 2003 (Honorable Mention) Crystal Smith, 2006 (Honorable Mention) State Farm Coaches/WBCA All-American Kachine Alexander, 2010, 2011 (Honorable Mention) Samantha Logic, 2014 (Honorable Mention), 2015 U.S. Basketball Writers’ All-American Michelle Edwards, 1988 Necole Tunsil, 1994 Samantha Logic, 2015 Champion National Player of the Year Michelle Edwards, 1988 Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball Recipient Michelle Edwards, 1988 Franthea Price, 1990 Tangela Smith, 1996 Associated Press All-American Amy Herrig, 1999 (Honorable Mention) Cara Consuegra, 2001 (Honorable Mention) Kachine Alexander, 2010, 2011 (Honorable Mention) Jaime Printy, 2011 (Honorable Mention) Samantha Logic, 2014 (Honorable Mention), 2015 (ThirdTeam) WBCA District/Region All-American Kachine Alexander, 2010, 2011 Shanda Berry, 1989 Michelle Edwards, 1987, 1988 Toni Foster, 1992, 1993 Cindy Haugejorde, 1980 Jolette Law, 1990 Jennie Lillis, 2003 Samantha Logic, 2014, 2015 Franthea Price, 1989, 1990 Necole Tunsil, 1994 Crystal Smith, 2006 Kristi Smith, 2008 Tangela Smith, 1998

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Recipient Jolynn Schneider, 1988 Tiffany Gooden, 1998 Shannon Perry, 1998 Cara Consuegra, 2001 Lindsey Meder, 2002 Jennie Lillis, 2004 Robin Roberts/WBCA Sports Communications Scholarship Shannon Perry, 1998 Jennie Lillis, 2004 Street & Smith’s Preseason All-American Shanda Berry, 1988 Michelle Edwards, 1986, 1987 Toni Foster, 1991, 1992 Tia Jackson, 1993, 1994 Franthea Price, 1988, 1989 Stephanie Schueler, 1990 ESPN Preseason All-American Samantha Logic, 2015 (Second Team) Senior CLASS AWARD Samantha Logic, 2015 Preseason Naismith Player of the Year Honorable Mention Nominee Tangela Smith, 1996-97 Nadine Domond, 1997-98 United States Pan American Team Lisa Bluder, 2015 (head coach) Amy Herrig, 1999 Michelle Edwards, 1991 Cindy Haugejorde, 1977 United States Olympic Trials Lisa Becker, 1984 Shanda Berry, 1988, 1996 Michelle Edwards, 1988, 1992 Cindy Haugejorde, 1980 Franthea Price, 1988 United States World Junior National Team Shanda Berry (alternate), 1985 Franthea Price, 1986

Academic All-America of the Year Ally Disterhoft, 2016

United States World University Games Team Amy Herrig, 1997 Lisa Bluder, 2001 (Asst. Coach)

Academic All-America Ally Disterhoft, 2015, 2016 Samantha Logic, 2015 Lindsey Meder, 2001, 2002

United States Team Trials Lindsey Meder, 2001 Megan Skouby, 2006 Krista VandeVenter, 2005 Jaime Printy, 2011 United States World Championship Qualifying Team Shanda Berry, 1993

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL United States Select Team Lisa Becker, 1985, 1987 Shanda Berry, 1986, 1987 Michelle Edwards, 1986 Cindy Haugejorde, 1978 Amy Herrig, 1996 Lisa Long, 1986 Franthea Price, 1989 Tangela Smith, 1996 National Olympic Festival Shanda Berry, 1985 Nadine Domond, 1995 Michelle Edwards, 1985 Toni Foster, 1987, 1991 Tiffany Gooden, 1995 Amy Herrig, 1995 Lisa Long, 1985 Cathy Marx, 1991 Franthea Price, 1985, 1986 Jolynn Schneider, 1986 Tangela Smith, 1995 Trisha Waugh, 1987 United States William R. Jones Cup Team Shanda Berry, 1987 Nadine Domond, 1997 Jolette Law, 1988 Franthea Price, 1987 Tangela Smith, 1997 Angie Lee, 1998 (Asst. Coach) Canadian Junior National Team Christina Buttenham, 2014, 2015 First Team All-Big Ten Kachine Alexander, 2010, 2011 Shanda Berry, 1989 Cara Consuegra, 2001 Michelle Edwards, 1986, 1987, 1988 Toni Foster, 1991, 1992, 1993 Amy Herrig, 1999 Jolette Law, 1989, 1990 Jennie Lillis, 2003 Samantha Logic, 2014, 2015 Lisa Long, 1987 Lindsey Meder, 2001, 2002 Randi Peterson, 2001 Franthea Price, 1988, 1990 Stephanie Schueler, 1991 Tangela Smith, 1996, 1998 Crystal Smith, 2006 Kristi Smith, 2008, 2009 Necole Tunsil, 1994

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INDIVIDUAL AWARDS AND HONORS Second Team All-Big Ten Kachine Alexander, 2009 Shanda Berry, 1988 Jamie Cavey, 2005 Cara Consuegra, 2000 Ally Disterhoft, 2015, 2016 Melissa Dixon, 2015 Nadine Domond, 1998 Bethany Doolittle, 2014, 2015 Tiffany Gooden, 1996 Angela Hamblin, 1998 Morgan Johnson, 2012, 2013 Lisa Long, 1985, 1986 Jennie Lillis, 2002, 2004 Lindsey Meder, 2000 Franthea Price, 1989 Jaime Printy, 2010, 2011 Stephanie Schueler, 1990 Megan Skouby, 2006 Johanna Solverson, 2008 Third Team All-Big Ten Wendy Ausdemore, 2007, 2009 Jamie Cavey, 2004 Kristi Faulkner, 2003, 2004 Angela Hamblin, 1997 Samantha Logic, 2013 Jaime Printy, 2012 Crystal Smith, 2005 Kristi Smith, 2007 Kamille Wahlin, 2010, 2012 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten Laurie Aaron, 1992, 1993 Wendy Ausdemore, 2008 Lisa Becker, 1985, 1987 Tricia Blair, 1987 Robin Christian, 1989 Karen Clayton, 1996 Cara Consuegra, 1999 Ally Disterhoft, 2014 Nadine Domond, 1996, 1997 Tia Jackson, 1993, 1995 Lynn Kennedy, 1985, 1986 Jolette Law, 1988 Cathy Marx, 1994 Jaime Printy, 2013 Jolynn Schneider, 1988 Megan Skouby, 2007, 2009 Tangela Smith, 1997 Necole Tunsil, 1992, 1993 Krista VandeVenter, 2006 Kamille Wahlin, 2011


INDIVIDUAL AWARDS AND HONORS Big Ten Coach of the Year Lisa Bluder, 2001, 2008, 2010 Angie Lee, 1996 C. Vivian Stringer, 1991, 1993 Big Ten Player of the Year Michelle Edwards, 1988 Franthea Price, 1990 Toni Foster, 1993 Tangela Smith, 1998 Big Ten Freshman of the Year Lisa Becker, 1984 Franthea Price, 1987 Jaime Printy, 2010 Tiffany Gooden, 1995 Megan Skouby, 2006 Big Ten Sixth Player of the Year Melissa Dixon, 2013 Megan Skouby, 2008 Big Ten All-Freshman Team Tania Davis, 2016 Ally Disterhoft, 2014 Megan Gustafson, 2016 Samantha Logic, 2012 Jaime Printy, 2010 (unanimous) Megan Skouby, 2006 Johanna Solverson, 2002 Kamille Wahlin, 2009 Big Ten All-Defensive Team Bethany Doolittle, 2014 Crystal Smith, 2006 Kachine Alexander, 2010, 2011 Big Ten All-Tournament Team Angela Hamblin, 1996, 1997 * Tangela Smith, 1997, 1998 Cara Consuegra, 2001 * Randi Peterson, 2001 Kachine Alexander, 2010 Kelli Krei, 2010 Kamille Wahlin, 2010 Ally Disterhoft, 2014 Bethany Doolittle, 2014, 2015 Samantha Logic, 2014

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Academic All-Big Ten Jenna Armstrong, 2003, 2004 Wendy Ausdemore, 2007, 2008, 2009 Lisa Becker, 1986, 1987 Christina Buttenham, 2016 Jamie Cavey, 2003, 2004, 2005 Kelsey Cermak, 2009, 2010, 2011 Karen Clayton, 1994, 1995, 1996 Megan Considine, 2011, 2012 Cara Consuegra, 1999, 2000, 2001 Ally Disterhoft, 2015, 2016 Bethany Doolittle, 2013, 2015 Hannah Draxten, 2010, 2011, 2012 Kristi Faulkner, 2002, 2003, 2004 Tiffany Gooden, 1996, 1997, 1998 Jenee Graham, 2006, 2007 Felicia Hall, 1989 Kalli Hansen, 2012 Amy Herrig, 1997, 1998, 1999 Whitney Jennings, 2016 Morgan Johnson, 2011, 2012, 2013 Morgan Kasperek, 2004, 2005, 2006 Alexa Kastanek, 2015, 2016 Susan Koering, 1995, 1996, 1997 Kelly Krei, 2010, 2011, 2012 Jennie Lillis, 2002, 2003, 2004 Samantha Logic, 2013, 2014, 2015 Leah Magner, 2001, 2002 Becca McCann, 2002, 2003, 2004 Lindsey Meder, 2000, 2001, 2002 Trisha Nesbitt, 2011, 2012, 2013 Shannon Perry, 1996, 1997, 1998 Kali Peschel, 2014, 2015, 2016 Jaime Printy, 2011, 2012, 2013 Tiffany Reedy, 2004, 2005, 2006 Lindsay Richards, 2004 Randi Peterson, 1999, 2000, 2001 Laura Podolak, 2000 Jody Ratigan, 1988, 1989, 1990 Kathryn Reynolds, 2013, 2014, 2015 Stacy Schlapkohl, 2008 Hailey Schneden, 2015, 2016 Jolynn Schneider, 1988 Becky Shrigley, 1990, 1992 Kristi Smith, 2008 Krista VandeVenter, 2006, 2007, 2008 Kamille Wahlin, 2010, 2011, 2012 Trisha Waugh, 1990, 1991

* Most Outstanding Player

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CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS

Michelle Edwards (1984-88)

Franthea Price (1986-90)

A native of Boston, and a Class of 2014 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, Michelle Edwards is one of the most decorated players in Iowa women’s basketball history. The 5-foot-9 guard, nicknamed “Ice”, amassed a career record of 97-22 from 19841988. During her four years, Edwards led the Hawkeyes to three NCAA Tournament appearances and two Big Ten titles. In 1988, she was named the Champion Products National Player of the Year, the highest honor in women’s collegiate basketball. Edwards garnered several other honors that year including being named a Kodak All-American, a Naismith AllAmerican, a USBWA All-American, the Big Ten Player of the Year, and the University of Iowa Athlete of the Year. In her senior season, Edwards also led Iowa to its first ever national No. 1 ranking, along with a record of 29-2 overall and 17-1 in the Big Ten. She paced the Hawkeyes, averaging 20 points, 4.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 2.9 steals. The three-time first team All-Big Ten selection is the only Hawkeye to have her jersey retired (No. 30). Edwards ranks high in several Iowa statistical categories, including third in career assists (431), fourth in career scoring (1,821), and third in career steals (235). She also ranks second among single season scoring leaders (621). Edwards -- inducted into the University of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame in 2000 -- played in the National Olympic Festival in 1985 and was a member of the U.S. Select Team in 1986. In 1991, she was part of the United States Pan American Team, and she also competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials in 1988 and 1992. Upon graduation, Edwards played professionally in Italy for nine seasons before joining the WNBA during its inaugural year in 1997. She then spent three seasons with the Cleveland Rockers and two seasons with the Seattle Storm.

Franthea Price -- a 2013 National Iowa Varsity Club Athletics Hall of Fame inductee -- played for the Hawkeyes from 1986-1990, and in her senior season, she became the second Kodak All-American in school history. The four-year starter from River Rouge, Mich., had an impressive career at Iowa, which began with her being named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year in 1987. Price was named first team All-Big Ten in 1988 and 1990, and second team All-Big Ten in 1989. In her senior year, Price earned the honor of Big Ten Player of the Year and led the conference in scoring at 19.8 points per game. The 5-foot-9 forward led the Hawkeyes in several statistical categories that year including scoring (21.2), rebounding (7.1), steals (2.9), and 3-point field goals (47). A consistent contributor, Price scored in double figures in 34 of her last 35 games. She holds the school record for career steals with 321, and is tied for first for most steals in a single game with nine. Price also ranks sixth in career scoring (1,742), eighth in career assists (387), and 11th in career rebounds (726). Outside of Iowa, Price was a member of the U.S. World Junior National Team in 1986 and competed in the National Olympic Festival in 1985 and 1986. In 1987, Price won a gold medal as part of the United States William R. Jones Cup team, and she was a member of the United States Select team in 1989. Price also competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials in 1988. After finishing her career at Iowa, Price played professionally in Spain for several years before joining the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs in 1998.

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CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Toni Foster (1989-93)

Samantha Logic (2012-15)

A 6-foot-1 forward from Chicago, Toni Foster was named a Kodak All-American in 1993 and was a finalist for Champion Player of the Year. Foster played for the Hawkeyes from 1989-1993, and led the team in both scoring and rebounding for three consecutive years, a feat accomplished only once previously. A three-time first team All-Big Ten selection, Foster was named the Big Ten Player of the Year in 1993. She was also named the 1993 SportsChannel Player of the Year. During her senior season, Price led Iowa in scoring (15.7), rebounding (8.2), and blocked shots (1.3). She collected 27 double-doubles during her illustrious career, including nine in her senior year. In Iowa’s career statistical categories, Foster ranks third in rebounds (887) and fifth in blocks (145). She also ranks seventh in scoring (1,606) and 13th in steals (167). Foster competed in the National Olympic Festival in 1987 and 1991. When the WNBA was formed in 1997, Foster was the seventh overall pick and was selected by the Phoenix Mercury. She spent two seasons with the Mercury before joining the Seattle Storm in 1999 by way of an expansion draft.

Samantha Logic, a four-year starter for the Hawkeyes from 2012-15, became the fourth consensus AllAmerican in Iowa women’s basketball history in 2015. Logic, the only player in NCAA history to accumulate at least 1,500 career points, 800 rebounds, 800 assists, and 200 steals, earned All-America accolades from the WBCA, Associated Press, USBWA, and ESPN after leading the Hawkeyes to their first Sweet Sixteen appearance since 1996 and the program’s sixth overall. The Racine, Wisconsin, native was named to the Oklahoma City Regional All-Tournament Team after recording her sixth career triple-double against No. 5 Baylor (13 points, 10 rebounds, 14 assists); the feat marks only the 14th triple-double in the history of the NCAA Tournament and her 14 assists are an Iowa NCAA Tournament record. Success continued off the court for Logic, who was named a Capital One Academic All-American, won the Senior CLASS Award, and received the Big Ten Medal of Honor in 2015. She also earned three Academic All-Big Ten honors. Logic ends her career second in assists in Big Ten history (Samantha Prahalis of Ohio State is first (901)) and 11th in NCAA History. She ranks first in program history in career assists and starts (135), second in steals (260) and rebounds (922), and 10th in scoring (1,546). Logic led the Big Ten in assists in league play in each of her last three seasons. Her six career triple-doubles mark the second-highest total in the history of NCAA women’s basketball, and the most by any player as a member of the Big Ten. She recorded 33 career double-doubles (third-most in program history), dished out double-digit assists 28 times in her career (the most in program history), and started all 135 games of her Hawkeye career. Logic, one of 12 players in the country to be invited to attend the 2015 WNBA Draft in person, was selected as the 10th pick in the first round by the Atlanta Dream. She spent a few months with the Dream before joining the San Antonio Stars. Logic is the second first round WNBA draft pick in program history and the 12th Iowa draftee overall.

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1,000-POINT CLUB

1._____________ 2,059________________ Cindy Haugejorde_________________________ 1976-80 2._____________ 1,906________________ Lindsey Meder___________________________ 1998-02 3._____________ 1,841________________ Jaime Printy______________________________ 2010-13 4._____________ 1,821________________ Michelle Edwards_________________________ 1984-88 5._____________ 1,762________________ Jennie Lillis______________________________ 2000-04 6._____________ 1,742________________ Franthea Price____________________________ 1986-90 7. _____________ 1,606________________ Toni Foster_______________________________ 1989-93 8._____________ 1,598________________ Tangela Smith____________________________ 1994-98 9._____________ 1,582________________ Morgan Johnson__________________________ 2010-13 10.____________ 1,546________________ Samantha Logic__________________________ 2012-15 11.____________ 1,542________________ Ally Disterhoft______________________2014-present 12.____________ 1,483________________ Kamille Wahlin___________________________ 2009-12 13.____________ 1,480________________ Melissa Dixon____________________________ 2012-15 14.____________ 1,455________________ Kristi Smith______________________________ 2005-09 15.____________ 1,439________________ Megan Skouby___________________________ 2005-09 16.____________ 1,353________________ Bethany Doolittle_________________________ 2012-15 17.____________ 1,343________________ Wendy Ausdemore________________________ 2005-09 18.____________ 1,335________________ Lisa Becker______________________________ 1983-87 19.____________ 1,319________________ Amy Herrig______________________________ 1995-99 20.____________ 1,283________________ Necole Tunsil_____________________________ 1990-94 21.____________ 1,265________________ Jamie Cavey_____________________________ 2001-05 22.____________ 1,242________________ Kristi Faulkner____________________________ 2001-04 23.____________ 1,239________________ Kachine Alexander________________________ 2008-11 24.____________ 1,230________________ Lisa Long________________________________ 1983-87 25.____________ 1,193________________ Crystal Smith_____________________________ 2002-06 26.____________ 1,160________________ Tia Jackson______________________________ 1990-95 27.____________ 1,147________________ Cara Consuegra___________________________ 1997-01 28.____________ 1,137________________ Jolette Law______________________________ 1986-90 29.____________ 1,130________________ Johanna Solverson_____________________ 2002-05, 08 30.____________ 1,129________________ Lisa Anderson____________________________ 1980-84 31.____________ 1,100________________ Shanda Berry_____________________________ 1985-89 32.____________ 1,048________________ Kim Howard_____________________________ 1978-82 33.____________ 1,046________________ Robin Anderson__________________________ 1980-85 34.____________ 1,024________________ Tiffany Gooden___________________________ 1994-98 34

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SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Alabama The Series: Alabama leads, 1-0 1993-94_________________ at Iowa, L 72-84 Alaska The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1979-80_______________at Alaska, W 73-52 Albany The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 82-60 American The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2014-15__________at Iowa (NCAA), W 75-67 Appalachian State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1995-96______________ at Neutral, W 68-66 Arizona State The Series: Arizona State leads, 1-0 2007-08_______________at Neutral, L 58-60 Arkansas The Series: Arkansas leads, 3-0 1997-98_______________at Neutral, L 57-83 1999-00_____________ at Arkansas, L 65-72 2014-15_______________at Neutral, L 67-77 Arkansa-Pine Bluff The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 76-38 Arkansas State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 2004-05______________ at Neutral, W 66-52 2010-11______________ at Neutral, W 50-47 Auburn The Series: Tied, 2-2 1987-88______________ at Neutral, W 73-69 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 63-50 1998-99______________ at Auburn, L 55-78 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 55-91 Ball State The Series: Ball State leads, 1-0 2015-16__________ at Iowa (WNIT), L, 72-77

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Boston The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 70-48 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 83-58 Boston College The Series: Tied, 1-1 2009-10________________ at Iowa, L, 67-72 2013-14______________ at Neutral, W 78-68 Bradley The Series: Iowa leads, 6-1 1982-83______________ at Bradley, W 85-82 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 70-46 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 75-39 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 92-49 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W, 91-53 2011-12_______________at Bradley, L 88-96 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 60-53 Brigham Young The Series: Brigham Young leads, 3-0 1979-80________________ at Iowa, L 79-103 1980-81_______________at Neutral, L 76-87 2005-06_______________at Neutral, L 62-67 Bucknell The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1992-93______________ at Neutral, W 97-39 Butler The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 72-67 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 83-60 2011-12_______________at Neutral, L 74-84 California The Series: California leads, 2-0 1982-83_______________at Neutral, L 66-89 2008-09_______________at Neutral, L 43-76 Cal-Poly The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1981-82________________ at Iowa, W 64-57 Cal-State Northridge The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 67-56

Biola The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1981-82______________ at Neutral, W 73-68

Central College The Series: Iowa leads, 4-2 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 56-69 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 57-54 1976-77________________ at Iowa, W 54-52 1977-78________________ at Iowa, W 70-44 1977-78_______________ at Central, L 66-76 1978-79______________ at Central, W 76-70

Boise State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1996-97______________ at Neutral, W 89-34

Central Michigan The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W, 90-79

Baylor The Series: Baylor leads, 1-0 2014-15_____ at Neutral (Sweet 16), L 66-81

Central Missouri The Series: Central Missouri leads, 5-1 1975-76_______ at Central Missouri, L 56-72 1977-78_________________ at Iowa, L 63-70 1978-79_______ at Central Missouri, L 62-72 1979-80_________________ at Iowa, L 76-89 1981-82________________ at Iowa, W 68-62 1981-82_______ at Central Missouri, L 53-81 Charlotte The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 60-38 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 85-70 Clarke College The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 68-32 Coe College The Series: Coe College leads, 3-1 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 45-47 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 58-59 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 66-48 1975-76__________________at Coe, L 51-62 Colorado The Series: Colorado leads, 3-2 1992-93_______________at Neutral, L 70-72 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 92-66 2001-02_____________ at Colorado, L 83-92 2013-14_____________ at Colorado, L 87-90 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 78-63 Colorado State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1979-80________ at Colorado State, W 74-67 Connecticut The Series: Connecticut leads, 4-3 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 78-43 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 81-49 1990-91__________ at Connecticut, W 58-41 1996-67___________at Connecticut, L 53-72 1997-98_______________at Neutral, L 55-65 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 45-73 2001-02___________at Connecticut, L 48-86 Cornell College The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1974-75________________ at Iowa, W 91-23

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Creighton The Series: Iowa leads, 7-5 1981-82____________ at Creighton, L 66-74 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 66-60 1994-95_________________ at Iowa, L 53-63 1995-96____________ at Creighton, W 68-41 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 86-43 2002-03_________________ at Iowa, L 64-70 2002-03____________ at Creighton, L 82-89 2003-04_____________ at Iowa, L 72-84 (ot) 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 67-52 2004-05________ at Creighton, W 91-82 (ot) 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 74-64 2006-07____________ at Creighton, W 75-60 Dartmouth The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 61-43 Dayton The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 2013-14_____________ at Iowa, W 97-93 (ot) 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 90-83 Delta State The Series: Delta State leads, 2-0 1979-80_________________ at Iowa, L 73-77 1983-84____________at Delta State, L 70-93 Denver The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 2001-02______________ at Denver, W 84-72 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 83-49 DePaul The Series: Iowa leads, 5-0 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 58-56 1980-81______________ at DePaul, W 97-87 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 70-58 1990-91______________ at DePaul, W 66-52 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 72-71 Detroit The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 65-42 Drake The Series: Tied, 24-24 1974-75________________ at Drake, L 64-75 1975-76_______________ at Drake, L 62-65 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 67-42 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 59-82 1976-77_________________Neutral, L 56-64 1977-78_________________ at Iowa, L 66-77 1977-78_________________Neutral, L 60-88 1978-79________________ at Drake, L 80-94 1978-79_________________ at Iowa, L 63-96 1978-79________________Neutral, L 71-101 1979-80_________________ at Iowa, L 62-71 1979-80________________ at Drake, L 67-76 1980-81_________________ at Iowa, L 71-74 1980-81________________ at Drake, L 56-83

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1981-82_________________ at Iowa, L 63-77 1981-82________________ at Drake, L 61-96 1982-83________________ at Drake, L 75-88 1983-84_________________ at Iowa, L 56-58 1984-85________________ at Drake, L 59-69 1985-86_________________ at Iowa, L 63-64 1986-87_______________ at Drake, W 71-57 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 74-38 1988-89_______________ at Drake, W 97-54 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 70-58 1990-91_______________ at Drake, W 74-49 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 90-44 1993-94_______________ at Drake, W 73-64 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 67-44 1996-97________________ at Drake, L 59-80 1997-98_____________ at Iowa, W 63-60 (ot) 1998-99________________ at Drake, L 73-86 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 59-84 2000-01________________ at Drake, L 58-73 2001-02_____________ at Iowa, L 72-75 (ot) 2002-03_______________ at Drake, W 72-52 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 79-65 2004-05_______________ at Drake, W 80-69 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 92-72 2006-07_______________ at Drake, W 77-70 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 62-50 2008-09_______________ at Drake, W 71-53 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 73-61 2010-11_______________ at Drake, W 75-71 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 71-46 2012-13_______________ at Drake, W 82-65 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 73-51 2014-15______________ at Drake, W 100-98 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 89-76 Duke The Series: Duke leads, 1-0 2008-09________________ at Duke, L 47-71 Eastern Kentucky The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1992-93______________ at Neutral, W 67-63 Evansville The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1983-84______________ at Neutral, W 76-64 Florida The Series: Tied, 1-1 1996-97_______________ at Florida, L 58-68 2004-05______________ at Neutral, W 65-62 Florida Atlantic The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1994-95______________ at Neutral, W 67-42 Florida International The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 2003-04_________________ at FIU, W 93-86 2006-07________________ at Iowa, W 72-62 2012-13__________________ at FIU, L 65-66

SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Florida State The Series: Florida State leads, 1-0 2012-13__________ at Florida State, L 69-83 George Washington The Series: George Washington leads, 2-0 2000-01__________________ at GW, L 64-78 2015-16_________ at Neutral, L, 77-81 (2 OT) Georgia The Series: Georgia leads, 3-2 1986-87______________ at Neutral, W 62-60 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 65-56 1990-91_______________at Neutral, L 51-62 1995-96_______________at Neutral, L 52-79 2007-08_______________at Neutral, L 61-67 Georgia Tech The Series: Georgia Tech leads, 2-0 2007-08_________________ at Iowa, L 57-76 2008-09_________________ at Iowa, L 62-76 Gonzaga The Series: Iowa leads, 3-1 2001-02______________at Neutral, W, 69-54 2009-10______________ at Neutral, W 69-54 2010-11_____________ at Gonzaga, L 86-92 2014-15______________ at Neutral, W 79-67 Graceland The Series: Graceland leads, 1-0 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 52-54 Grambling State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1988-89______________ at Neutral, W 80-66 Grand View The Series: Iowa leads, 4-3 1974-75______ at Grand View, L unavailable 1975-76________________ at Iowa, L 53-112 1977-78___________at Grand View, W 88-73 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 72-69 1979-80___________at Grand View, W 99-66 1980-81________________ at Iowa, W 81-68 1981-82___________ at Grand View, L 54-76 Harvard The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 90-81 Houston The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 1993-94______________ at Neutral, W 59-44 2003-04_________________ at Iowa, L 64-70 2015-16______________at Neutral, W, 64-50 Howard The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 90-57


SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Idaho State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 74-65 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 95-47 Illinois The Series: Iowa leads, 53-18 1974-75________________ at Iowa, W 62-46 1975-76_______________ at Illinois, W 63-54 1976-77______________ At Neutral, L 40-53 1976-77_______________ at Illinois, L 54-58 1977-78_________________ at Iowa, L 60-62 1978-79_______________ at Illinois, L 53-60 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 71-44 1980-81_______________ at Illinois, L 76-78 1981-82_________________ at Iowa, L 51-76 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 69-71 1982-83_______________ at Illinois, L 69-71 1983-84_______________ at Illinois, L 55-64 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 74-65 1984-85_______________ at Illinois, W 66-61 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 79-66 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 74-57 1985-86_______________ at Illinois, L 68-78 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 80-53 1986-87_______________ at Illinois, W 70-64 1987-88_______________ at Illinois, W 90-63 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 87-36 1988-89_______________ at Illinois, W 82-64 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 82-50 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 85-51 1989-90_______________ at Illinois, W 59-51 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 63-47 1990-91_______________ at Illinois, W 63-43 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 68-42 1991-92_______________ at Illinois, W 56-36 1992-93_______________ at Illinois, W 65-57 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 77-58 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 53-37 1993-94_______________ at Illinois, W 55-52 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W 59-51 1994-95_______________ at Illinois, W 69-61 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 73-55 1995-96_______________ at Illinois, W 73-64 1995-96______________ at Big Ten, W 74-56 1996-97_______________ at Illinois, L 75-83 1996-97______________ at Big Ten, W 63-56 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 82-71 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 89-86 1988-99_______________ at Illinois, L 73-86 1999-00_______________ at Illinois, L 60-86 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 80-73 2000-01_______________ at Illinois, W 75-64 2000-01______________ at Big Ten, W 86-79 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 79-71 2002-03_________________ at Iowa, L 72-82 2002-03_______________ at Illinois, L 58-73 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 91-73 2003-04_______________ at Illinois, W 89-64 2004-05_______________ at Illinois, W 72-58 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 87-63 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 84-65

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2005-06_______________ at Illinois, W 71-60 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 69-74 2007-08_______________at Illinoia, W 60-58 2008-09_______________ at Illinois, W 72-62 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 69-56 2009-10_______________ at Illinois, W 74-65 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 77-67 2010-11_______________ at Illinois, W 80-69 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 83-64 2011-12____________ at Iowa, W 69-62 (OT) 2012-13_______________ at Illinois, L 62-74 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 69-55 2013-14_______________ at Illinois, W 81-56 2013-14______________ at Big Ten, W 81-62 2014-15_______________ at Illinois, L 61-73 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 61-56 Illinois State The Series: Iowa leads, 6-1 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 48-90
 1978-79_________________ at ISU, W 82-71 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 65-57 1986-87_________________ at ISU, W 71-56 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 66-41 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 75-67 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 74-64 Illinois-Chicago The Series: Illinois-Chicago leads, 2-0 1980-81________ at Illinois-Chicago, L 77-78 1981-82________________ at Iowa, W 69-52 Indian Hills CC The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1976-77________________ at Iowa, W 70-47 1976-77________________ at IHCC, W 74-53 Indiana The Series: Iowa leads, 48-17 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 58-86 1982-83___________________ at IU, L 51-68 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 59-65 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 54-50 1983-84___________________ at IU, L 62-68 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 69-49 1984-85___________________ at IU, L 48-63 1985-86__________________ at IU, W 47-46 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 63-47 1986-87______________At Neutral, W 63-56 1986-87__________________ at IU, W 60-49 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 71-50 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 72-48 1987-88__________________ at IU, W 71-47 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 77-61 1988-89_______________ at IU, W 70-63 (ot) 1989-90__________________ at IU, W 63-52 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 85-47 1990-91___________________ at IU, L 59-74 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 86-55 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 80-71 1991-92__________________ at IU, W 59-57 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 79-50

1992-93__________________ at IU, W 68-46 1993-94___________________ at IU, L 58-82 1993-94_________________ at Iowa, L 59-63 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W 60-55 1994-95___________________ at IU, L 49-57 1995-96__________________ at IU, W 64-56 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 77-51 1996-97__________________ at UI, W 78-58 1996-97______________ at Big Ten, W 87-53 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 82-71 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 66-58 1998-99__________________ at IU, W 73-69 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 82-68 1999-00___________________ at IU, L 67-70 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 83-56 2000-01______________ at Big Ten, W 81-76 2001-02__________________ at IU, W 73-65 2001-02___________ at Big Ten, L 76-78 (ot) 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 78-62 2002-03___________________ at IU, L 68-89 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 72-65 2003-04__________________ at IU, W 78-69 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 62-51 2004-05__________________ at IU, W 56-53 2005-06___________________ at IU, L 53-65 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 78-70 2006-07__________________ at IU, W 71-67 2006-07_______________ at Big Ten, L 53-67 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 81-65 2008-09___________________ at IU, L 54-76 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 69-67 2009-10______________ at Indiana, W 71-67 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 76-64 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 71-51 2010-11______________ at Indiana, W 93-79 2011-12______________ at Indiana, W 83-64 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 75-70 2013-14_______________at Indiana, L 84-86 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 84-75 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 81-64 2015-16______________ at Indiana, L, 74-79 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 76-73 Indiana State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1983-84__________________ at Iowa, 88-83 2006-07___________________ at ISU, 82-53

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Iowa State The Series: Iowa leads, 24-22 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 47-65 1975-76__________________ at ISU, L 63-92 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 58-71 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 73-82 1977-78_____________ at Iowa, L 71-74 (OT) 1977-78______________ at Neutral, W 77-60 1977-78_______________at Neutral, L 82-87 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 87-70 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 81-70 1978-79______________ at Neutral, W 68-67 1979-80__________________ at ISU, L 69-80 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 66-50 1980-81________________ at Iowa, W 67-66 1980-81_________________ at ISU, W 66-62 1981-82__________________ at ISU, L 59-82 1981-82________________ at Iowa, W 62-44 1981-82_______________at Neutral, L 52-64 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 64-59 1983-84_____________ at ISU, W 86-75 (OT) 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 81-41 1985-86_________________ at ISU, W 63-57 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 70-51 1987-88_________________ at ISU, W 93-49 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 79-46 1989-90_________________ at ISU, W 75-55 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 70-58 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 64-53 1997-98__________________ at ISU, L 57-74 1998-99_________________ at Iowa, L 65-81 1999-00__________________ at ISU, L 69-79 2000-01_________________ at Iowa, L 76-86 2001-02__________________ at ISU, L 64-82 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 64-39 2003-04____________at ISU, L 94-101 (2 OT) 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 89-80 2005-06__________________ at ISU, L 61-77 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 74-80 2007-08__________________ at ISU, L 44-58 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 66-46 2009-10__________________ at ISU, L 66-85 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 62-40 2011-12__________________ at ISU, L 54-62 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 50-42 2013-14__________________ at ISU, L 70-83 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 76-67 2015-16__________________at ISU, L, 66-69 Iowa Wesleyan The Series: Tied, 3-3 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 32-68 1974-75_________at Iowa Wesleyan, L 58-67 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 60-54 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 47-48 1977-78________________ at Iowa, W 76-48 1977-78________ at Iowa Wesleyan, W 81-54 IUPUI The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2002-03____________ at Iowa, W 84-75 (OT)

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James Madison The Series: Iowa leads, 3-0 1993-94________________ at JMU, W, 72-44 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W, 60-30 2010-11______________ at Neutral, W 67-61 Kansas The Series: Kansas leads, 4-2 1988-89_______________ at Kansas, L 63-67 1995-96___________ at Kansas, W 68-58 (ot) 1997-98_________________ at Iowa, L 58-62 2006-07______________ at Neutral, W 63-49 2008-09_______________ at Kansas, L 55-76 2009-10________________ at Iowa, L, 55-66 Kansas State The Series: Kansas State leads, 4-1 1978-79_________________ at KSU, L 80-93 2002-03________________ at KSU, L 60-103 2003-04_________________ at Iowa, L 60-82 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 68-62 2011-12_____________ at KSU, L 78-81 (OT) Kent State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1998-99______________ at Neutral, W 62-58 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 76-65 Kentucky The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1991-92__________________at UK, W 77-68 La Salle The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1984-85______________ at La Salle, W 70-51 Long Beach State The Series: Tied 1-1 1987-88_________________at LBSU, L 78-98 1987-88______________ at Neutral, W 82-75 LSU The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 1985-86__________________at LSU, L 56-57 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 68-59 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 73-65 Louisiana Tech The Series: Louisiana Tech leads, 6-3 1986-87_________________ at Iowa, L 65-66 1988-89_______________at Neutral, L 58-62 1989-90__________________ at LTU, L 82-85 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 72-57 1991-92_________________ at LTU, W 61-57 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 70-66 1997-98_______________at Neutral, L 58-83 2005-06_____________ at LTU, L 91-95 (2ot) 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 59-77

SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Louisville The Series: Louisville leads, 2-0 2013-14_________________ at Iowa, L 53-83 2014-15_____________ at Louisville, L 52-86 Luther The Series: Luther leads, 3-1 1975-76_______________ at Luther, L 45-94 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 57-76 1976-77________________ at Iowa, W 77-71 1977-78_______________ at Luther, L 60-72 Marist The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 87-65 Marquette The Series: Iowa leads 5-1 1999-00____________ at Marquette, L 64-69 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 70-57 2001-02______________ at Neutral, W 90-72 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 76-73 2003-04___________ at Marquette, W 65-62 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 78-72 Marshalltown CC The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 1976-77________________ at MCC, W 79-26 Marycrest The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 1974-75________________ at Iowa, W 73-37 Maryland The Series: Maryland leads, 3-1 1992-93____________ at Maryland, W 53-50 2014-15_____________ at Maryland, L 88-93 2015-16________________ at Iowa, L, 56-76 2015-16______________ at Big Ten, L, 55-75 Massachusetts The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 1997-98_______________at UMass, W 77-59 Memphis The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 77-56 Miami of Ohio The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 73-44 Miami (FL) The Series: Iowa leads 4-0 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 75-46 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 83-63 2012-13__________at Iowa (NCAA), W 69-53 2014-15__________at Iowa (NCAA), W 88-70


SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Michigan The Series: Iowa leads, 48-16 1978-79______________At Neutral, W 79-70 1982-83_____________ at Michigan, L 62-83 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 72-50 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 70-51 1983-84____________ at Michigan, W 71-54 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 70-45 1984-85____________ at Michigan, W 79-49 1985-86_____________ at Michigan, L 56-58 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 63-42 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 75-54 1986-87____________ at Michigan, W 78-54 1987-88____________ at Michigan, W 89-54 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 76-55 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 82-42 1988-89____________ at Michigan, W 79-61 1989-90____________ at Michigan, W 65-54 1989-90________________at Iowa, W 78-47 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 79-60 1990-91____________ at Michigan, W 76-64 1991-92____________ at Michigan, W 73-61 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 81-45 1992-93____________ at Michigan, W 84-54 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 71-34 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 78-56 1993-94____________ at Michigan, W 65-55 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W 53-36 1994-95____________ at Michigan, W 71-43 1995-96____________ at Michigan, W 69-53 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 74-52 1996-97_________________ at Iowa, L 63-75 1997-98__________at Michigan, L 65-69 (ot) 1998-99_________________ at Iowa, L 67-83 1998-99____________ at Michigan, W 78-75 1999-00_____________ at Michigan, L 78-82 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 61-78 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 79-58 2000-01_____________ at Michigan, L 78-80 2001-02_____________ at Michigan, L 74-82 2001-02_________________ at Iowa, L 80-91 2002-03____________ at Michigan, W 65-57 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 66-46 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 71-63 2004-05____________ at Michigan, W 71-63 2004-05______________ at Big Ten, W 70-42 2005-06____________ at Michigan, W 77-63 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 67-55 2006-07________________ at Iowa, W 66-49 2007-08_____________ at Michigan, L 46-63 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 66-61 2007-08______________ at Big Ten, W 58-37 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 77-69 2008-09____________ at Michigan, W 68-64 2009-10_________________ at Iowa, L 51-54 2009-10_____________ at Michigan, L 46-63 2010-11_________________ at Iowa, L 53-60 2011-12____________ at Michigan, W 58-57 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 79-71 2012-13_________________ at Iowa, L 64-68 2012-13____________ at Michigan, W 63-57 2013-14____________ at Michigan, W 74-70

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 76-70 2015-16_____________at Michigan, L, 75-82 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 85-69 2015-16______________ at Big Ten, W, 97-85 Michigan State The Series: Iowa leads, 35-28 1975-76______________ At Neutral, L 54-83 1979-80______________At Neutral, W 63-58 1982-83_________________ at MSU, L 56-64 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 62-70 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 70-62 1983-84________________ at MSU, W 72-62 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 53-36 1984-85________________ at MSU, W 77-55 1985-86________________ at MSU, W 60-57 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 61-48 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 83-61 1986-87________________ at MSU, W 71-49 1987-88________________ at MSU, W 77-52 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 52-46 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 89-49 1988-89________________ at MSU, W 74-63 1989-90_________________ at MSU, L 61-62 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 86-58 1990-91_________________ at Iowa, L 54-64 1990-91_________________ at MSU, L 48-49 1991-92________________ at MSU, W 71-64 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 70-47 1992-93________________ at MSU, W 75-55 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 76-46 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 54-46 1993-94________________ at MSU, W 63-56 1994-95___________ at MSU, L 70-71 (2 OT) 1994-95_________________ at Iowa, L 55-62 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 75-56 1995-96________________ at MSU, W 71-65 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 82-62 1997-98_________________ at MSU, L 62-66
 1998-99_________________ at MSU, L 64-70 1998-99_________________ at Iowa, L 69-81 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 77-82 1999-00_________________ at MSU, L 64-74 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 50-47 2000-01________________ at MSU, W 71-56 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 75-55 2001-02________________ at MSU, W 69-59 2002-03_________________ at Iowa, L 58-68 2003-04________________ at MSU, W 78-67 2003-04_______________ at Big Ten, L 54-81 2004-05_________________ at MSU, L 56-68 2004-05_________________ at Iowa, L 60-67 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 75-64 2005-06_________________ at MSU, L 71-73 2005-06_______________ at Big Ten, L 58-79 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 63-83 2006-07_________________ at MSU, L 57-67 2007-08_________________ at MSU, L 65-73 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 82-64 2008-09_________________ at MSU, L 56-68 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 77-66 2009-10______________ at Big Ten, W 59-54

2010-11_________________ at MSU, L 60-63 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 66-64 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 74-57 2012-13_________________ at MSU, L 54-65 2013-14_________________ at Iowa, L 72-88 2014-15________________ at MSU, W 52-50 2015-16_________________at MSU, L, 73-80 2015-16________________ at Iowa, L, 69-74 Middle Tennessee State The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 2012-13_____________ at Iowa, W 69-63 (ot) Minnesota The Series: Iowa leads, 48-25 1974-75________________ at Iowa, W 55-33 1977-78_________________ at Iowa, L 79-84 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 91-82 1978-79____________ at Minnesota, L 79-90 1978-79______________ At Neutral, L 64-86 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 70-68 1979-80____________ at Minnesota, L 67-72 1980-81_________________ at Iowa, L 71-94 1980-81____________ at Minnesota, L 52-71 1981-82_________________ at Iowa, L 52-77 1981-82____________ at Minnesota, L 43-90 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 62-73 1982-83____________ at Minnesota, L 53-78 1983-84____________ at Minnesota, L 55-57 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 79-58 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 60-38 1984-85___________ at Minnesota, W 66-58 1985-86___________ at Minnesota, W 66-63 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 61-51 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 81-40 1986-87___________ at Minnesota, W 78-60 1987-88___________ at Minnesota, W 84-41 1987-88_______________ at Iowa, W 100-51 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 97-54 1988-89___________ at Minnesota, W 87-73 1989-90___________ at Minnesota, W 79-43 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 87-58 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 70-51 1990-91___________ at Minnesota, W 70-46 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 85-68 1991-92___________ at Minnesota, W 65-47 1992-93___________ at Minnesota, W 75-47 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 83-59 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 69-59 1993-94____________ at Minnesota, L 58-64 1994-95____________ at Minnesota, L 56-70 1994-95______________ at Big Ten, W 57-44 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 94-51 1996-97___________ at Minnesota, W 61-48 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 78-42 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 91-55 1997-98___________ at Minnesota, W 71-59 1998-99___________ at Minnesota, W 66-58 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 79-62 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 80-51 1999-00___________ at Minnesota, W 77-53 2000-01___________ at Minnesota, W 82-71

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2001-02_________________ at Iowa, L 83-94 2002-03____________ at Minnesota, L 65-94 2002-03_________________ at Iowa, L 60-77 2002-03______________ at Big Ten, W 80-77 2003-04____________ at Minnesota, L 61-75 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 81-61 2004-05____________ at Minnesota, L 50-81 2005-06_________________ at Iowa, L 68-80 2006-07___________ at Minnesota, W 58-56 2006-07_____________ at Iowa, L 78-80 (ot) 2007-08________ at Minnesota, W 68-66 (ot) 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 72-69 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 74-57 2008-09____________ at Minnesota, L 58-64 2008-09______________ at Big Ten, W 79-64 2009-10_________at Minnesota, L 69-72 (ot) 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 75-54 2010-11___________ at Minnesota, W 89-76 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 64-62 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 75-58 2012-13____________ at Minnesota, L 60-72 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 78-71 2013-14___________ at Minnesota, W 64-56 2014-15____________ at Minnesota, L 80-93 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 92-76 2015-16____________at Minnesota, L, 76-78

Montana The Series: Tied, 1-1 1980-81_____________ at Montana, L 54-63 1990-91_____________ at Montana, L 64-53

Mississippi Valley State The Series: Iowa leads 1-0 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 86-80

Northeastern The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W, 87-59

Mississippi State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2007-08______________ at Neutral, W 60-54

North Carolina State The Series: NC State leads, 1-0 2002-03___________ at Neutral, L 66-69 (ot)

Missouri The Series: Iowa leads, 5-1 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 85-71 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 75-68 1991-92_____________ at Missouri, W 89-62 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 87-65 2003-04______________ at Missouri, L 65-75 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 75-54

North Dakota The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W, 88-62 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 83-61

Missouri Southern The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1978-79______________ at Neutral, W 89-84

Nebraska The Series: Nebraska leads, 12-11 1977-78_______________at Neutral, L 63-71 1979-80_____________ at Nebraska, L 66-67 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 62-41 1986-87_____________ at Nebraska, L 74-85 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 68-58 1988-89______________ at Neutral, W 84-67 1989-90____________ at Nebraska, W 74-55 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 80-46 1991-92____________ at Nebraska, W 64-59 1996-97_______________at Neutral, L 67-73 2004-05____________ at Nebraska, W 71-67 2011-12_________________ at Iowa, L 72-77 2011-12_____________ at Nebraska, L 53-60 2011-12_______________ at Big Ten, L 68-80 2012-13_________________ at Iowa, L 75-76 2012-13_____________ at Nebraska, L 46-66

Missouri State The Series: Tied, 4-4 1991-92_____________ at Iowa, L 60-61 (ot) 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 67-55 1994-95_________________ at MSU, L 48-60 2000-01________________ at MSU, L 87-101 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 84-64 2004-05_________________ at MSU, L 80-89 2006-07______________ at Neutral, W 79-70 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 97-43

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Mount St. Mary’s The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 70-47 2000-01______ at Mount St. Mary’s, W 89-63 Mt. Mercy The Series: Mt. Mercy leads, 8-1 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 59-70 1974-75_____________at Mt. Mercy, L 66-76 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 41-70 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 35-61 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 49-59 1975-76_____________at Mt. Mercy, L 75-90 1976-77________________ at Iowa, W 65-61 1977-78_____________ at Mt.Mercy, L 75-86 1978-79_________________ at Iowa, L 66-71 National College The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1981-82______ at National College, W 66-59 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 71-52

North Iowa Area CC The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1976-77_______________ at NIACC, W 70-65

SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS 2012-13_______________ at Big Ten, L 61-76 2013-14_________________ at Iowa, L 67-80 2013-14_______________ at Big Ten, L 65-72 2014-15_____________ at Iowa, W 78-72 (ot) 2014-15____________ at Nebraska, W 69-61 2014-15______________ at Big Ten, W 74-65 2015-16____________ at Nebraska, W, 74-68 Nebraska-Omaha The Series: Tied, 1-1 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 63-61 1981-82_________________ at UNO, L 54-64 Nevada The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 73-59 New Mexico State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1980-81_____ at New Mexico State, W 83-69 New Orleans The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 68-46 North Carolina The Series: Tied, 2-2 1989-90_____________ at Neutral, W 106-81 1995-96______________ at Neutral, W 73-64 2010-11_________at North Carolina, L 67-79 2012-13_________________ at Iowa, L 77-64 North Carolina State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1996-97________________ at Neutral, 56-50 Northeast Missouri The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1978-79____ at Northeast Missouri, W 62-50 Northern Illinois The Series: Iowa leads, 6-5 1974-75_________________ at NIU, W 58-37 1975-76_________________ at Iowa, L 53-54 1977-78_________________ at NIU, W 96-44 1981-82_________________ at Iowa, L 57-69 1982-83__________________ at NIU, L 71-74 1983-84_________________ at Iowa, L 65-69 1987-88_________________ at NIU, W 81-73 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 92-59 1993-94__________________ at NIU, L 56-59 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 87-43 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 63-40


SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Northern Iowa The Series: Iowa leads, 19-2 1974-75__________________at UNI, L 39-83 1977-78________________ at Iowa, W 74-54 1978-79_______________ at Iowa, W 106-61 1978-79_________________ at UNI, W 90-55 1981-82______________at UNI, W 74-68 (ot) 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 66-65 1983-84_________________ at UNI, W 71-64 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 98-68 2003-04_________________ at UNI, W 76-67 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 77-50 2005-06_________________ at UNI, W 65-54 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 62-83 2007-08_________________ at UNI, W 77-67 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 72-46 2009-10_________________ at UNI, W 81-70 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 75-64 2011-12_________________ at UNI, W 78-74 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 68-46 2013-14_________________ at UNI, W 67-60 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 73-45 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W, 80-65 Northwest Missouri The Series: Tied, 2-2 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 71-63 1979-80_____________ at Iowa, L 71-73 (ot) 1979-80__________ at NW Missouri, L 50-71 1980-81________________ at Iowa, W 83-70 Northwestern The Series: Iowa leads, 52-14 1979-80______________ At Neutral, L 66-69 1980-81____________ at N’western, L 63-85 1980-81_________________ at Iowa, L 80-92 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 56-71 1982-83____________ at N’western, L 54-81 1983-84____________ at N’western, L 51-59 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 72-61 1984-85____________at N’western, W 70-51 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 71-61 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 72-58 1985-86________ at N’western, W 69-66 (ot) 1986-87____________at N’western, W 72-61 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 70-53 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 81-43 1987-88____________at N’western, W 76-66 1988-89____________at N’western, W 63-53 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 77-46 1989-90_________________ at Iowa, L 63-64 1989-90____________at N’western, W 64-43 1990-91____________at N’western, W 64-60 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 67-58 1991-92____________at N’western, W 90-72 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 73-65 1992-93____________at N’western, W 60-55 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 68-62 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 67-59 1993-94____________ at N’western, L 47-55 1994-95_________________ at Iowa, L 57-58 1995-96____________at N’western, W 64-51

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1996-97____________at N’western, W 73-61 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 80-56 1996-97______________ at Big Ten, W 78-68 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 65-58 1997-98____________at N’western, W 74-71 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 86-69 1998-99_______________at Neutral, L 71-75 1999-00____________ at N’western, L 52-53 1999-00_______________ at Big Ten, L 59-68 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 95-61 2000-01____________ at N’western W 92-52 2001-02____________at N’western, W 74-47 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 82-68 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 72-60 2002-03______________ at Big Ten, W 70-58 2003-04____________at N’western, W 76-61 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 81-76 2004-05____________at N’western, W 60-40 2005-06____________at N’western, W 80-48 2005-06________________ at Iowa, W 76-61 2006-07____________at N’western, W 63-61 2007-08____________at N’western, W 70-55 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 68-42 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 74-46 2008-09____________at N’western, W 86-79 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 78-69 2009-10____________ at N’western, L 66-72 2010-11____________at N’western, W 86-75 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 86-55 2011-12___________ at N’Western, W 70-63 2012-13_________________ at Iowa, L 65-67 2012-13____________at N’western, W 62-45 2012-13______________ at Big Ten, W 60-55 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 90-84 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 83-70 2014-15___________at N’western, W 102-99 2015-16____________at N’western, W 79-64 Notre Dame The Series: Notre Dame leads, 2-0 1996-97_________________ at Iowa, L 50-61 2012-13__________ at Iowa (NCAA), L 57-74 NW Louisiana State The Series: NW Louisiana State leads, 1-0 1994-95_______________at Neutral, L 53-54 Ohio University The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 97-52 Ohio State The Series: Ohio State leads, 34-31 1979-80______________At Neutral, W 61-60 1982-83_________________ at OSU, L 57-77 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 57-72 1983-84_________________ at Iowa, L 56-64 1983-84_________________ at OSU, L 60-82 1984-85_________________ at Iowa, L 47-56 1984-85_________________ at OSU, L 41-64 1985-86_________________ at OSU, L 54-70 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 75-64

1986-87_________________ at OSU, L 54-67 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 66-54 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 75-64 1987-88_________________ at OSU, L 56-58 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 84-70 1988-89_________________ at OSU, L 57-66 1989-90________________ at OSU, W 71-48 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 94-51 1990-91________________ at OSU, W 88-68 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 70-47 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 73-56 1991-92________________ at OSU, W 68-59 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 79-62 1992-93_________________ at OSU, L 60-72 1992-93_________ at Final Four, L 72-73 (ot) 1993-94________________ at OSU, W 64-61 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 59-57 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W 57-51 1995-96________________ at OSU, W 82-75 1996-97________________ at OSU, W 69-59 1996-97________________ at Iowa, W 80-59 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 66-57 1997-98________________ at OSU, W 74-71 1997-98______________ at Big Ten, W 72-54 1998-99_________________ at OSU, L 66-70 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 68-60 2000-01_________________ at OSU, L 52-79 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 74-59 2001-02_________________ at OSU, L 63-82 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 70-65 2002-03_________________ at OSU, L 59-74 2003-04_________________ at Iowa, L 82-93 2004-05_________________ at OSU, L 57-80 2004-05_________________ at Iowa, L 60-67 2005-06_________________ at Iowa, L 62-72 2005-06_________________ at OSU, L 77-88 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 67-73 2006-07_________________ at OSU, L 49-85 2007-08_________________ at Iowa, L 65-73 2007-08_________________ at OSU, L 56-69 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 85-75 2008-09_______________ at Big Ten, L 56-72 2009-10_________________ at OSU, L 82-86 2009-10_______________ at Big Ten, L 64-66 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 89-76 2010-11_________________ at OSU, L 67-81 2010-11_______________ at Big Ten, L 61-71 2011-12_________________ at OSU, L 71-84 2012-13_____________ at Iowa, W 77-71 (ot) 2013-14________________ at OSU, W 81-74 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 65-61 2013-14______________ at Big Ten, W 77-73 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 73-65 2014-15___________ at Ohio State, L 82-100 2014-15___________ at Big Ten, L 85-91 (ot) 2015-16_________________ at Iowa, L 81-98 Oklahoma The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 1988-89______________ at Neutral, W 86-69 2004-05______________ at Neutral, W 54-47 2005-06_______________at Neutral, L 68-85

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Old Dominion The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1992-93________ at Old Dominion, W 82-56 Oregon The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2000-01___________at Neutral, W 89-82 (ot) Oregon State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 90-45 Pacific The Series: Tied, 1-1 1981-82_______________at Neutral, L 70-81 1996-97______________ at Neutral, W 80-60 Penn State The Series: Penn State leads, 28-19 1984-85_________________ at PSU, L 47-87 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 65-63 1986-87___________ At Neutral, L 74-78 (ot) 1990-91_________________ at PSU, L 62-82 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 61-53 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 84-59 1992-93_________________ at PSU, L 64-70 1993-94_________________ at PSU, L 61-63 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 78-68 1994-95_________________ at PSU, L 62-73 1994-95_______________ at Big Ten, L 62-69 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 81-69 1996-97_________________ at Iowa, L 60-61 1996-97_________________ at PSU, W 66-63 1997-98_________________ at PSU, W 78-69 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 73-49 1998-99_________________ at Iowa, L 60-66 1998-99_________________ at PSU, L 64-88 1999-00_________________ at PSU, L 63-80 1999-00_________________ at Iowa, L 64-78 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 79-64 2001-02_________________ at PSU, W 96-81 2002-03_________________ at PSU, L 52-86 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 80-75 2003-04_________________ at PSU, L 64-92 2003-04_________________ at Iowa, L 58-70 2004-05_________________ at Iowa, L 71-77 2004-05_______________ at Big Ten, L 66-68 2005-06_________________ at PSU, L 61-72 2006-07_________________ at PSU, L 71-78 2006-07________________ at Iowa, W 79-72 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 67-58 2007-08_________________ at PSU, W 73-65 2008-09____________ at Iowa, W 97-89 (3ot) 2008-09_________________ at PSU, W 63-57 2009-10______________ at PSU, L 73-77 (ot) 2009-10_________________ at Iowa, L 62-68 2009-10______________ at Big Ten, W 82-75 2010-11_________________ at PSU, L 59-68 2010-11_________________ at Iowa, L 75-82 2011-12____________ at Penn State, L 52-68 2012-13_________________ at Iowa, L 69-81 2013-14_________________ at Iowa, L 71-87

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2013-14___________ at Penn State, W 73-70 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 77-52 2015-16_________________ at Iowa, L 69-82 2015-16____________ at Penn State, L 68-81 Pepperdine The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 97-68 Pittsburgh The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1992-93___________ at Pittsburgh, W 70-59 Portland State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1980-81______________ at Neutral, W 88-82 Princeton The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 59-44 Providence The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 64-46 Purdue The Series: Purdue leads, 36-32 1975-76______________ At Neutral, L 42-53 1976-77_______________ at Purdue, L 63-67 1977-78_______________ at Purdue, L 63-72 1982-83________________ at Iowa, W 76-70 1982-83_______________ at Purdue, L 53-63 1983-84______________ at Purdue, W 49-39 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 78-40 1984-85______________ at Purdue, W 68-54 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 85-61 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 79-52 1985-86______________ at Purdue, W 80-63 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 68-54 1986-87______________ at Purdue, W 86-68 1987-88______________ at Purdue, W 67-57 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 66-52 1988-89_______________ at Purdue, L 56-67 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 66-64 1989-90_________________ at Iowa, L 63-66 1989-90___________ at Purdue, W 70-67 (ot) 1990-91_____________ at Iowa, L 75-84 (ot) 1990-91______________ at Purdue, W 56-53 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 65-64 1991-92_______________ at Purdue, L 64-72 1992-93______________ at Purdue, W 63-55 1993-94________________ at Iowa, W 62-48 1994-95_______________ at Purdue, L 45-63 1994-95_________________ at Iowa, L 55-62 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 68-57 1995-96_______________ at Purdue, L 42-62 1995-96_______________ at Big Ten, L 68-76 1996-97_______________ at Purdue, L 52-62 1996-97_________________ at Iowa, L 48-53 1997-98_____________ at Iowa, L 66-75 (ot) 1997-98______________ at Purdue, W 73-67 1997-98_______________ at Big Ten, L 60-61

SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS 1998-99_____________ at Iowa, L 69-71 (ot) 1999-00_______________ at Purdue, L 59-73 2000-01_______________ at Purdue, L 58-73 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 96-87 2000-01______________ at Big Ten, W 75-70 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 90-75 2001-02_______________ at Purdue, L 68-82 2002-03_______________ at Purdue, L 64-83 2002-03_________________ at Iowa, L 68-78 2002-03_______________ at Big Ten, L 57-84 2003-04_________________ at Iowa, L 79-90 2003-04_______________ at Purdue, L 55-84 2004-05_______________ at Purdue, L 75-79 2005-06_____________ at Iowa, W 77-71 (ot) 2006-07_________________ at Iowa, L 58-68 2006-07_______________ at Purdue, L 52-76 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 69-53 2007-08_______________ at Purdue, L 46-59 2007-08______________ at Big Ten, L, 73-80 2008-09_________________ at Iowa, L 60-69 2008-09_______________ at Purdue, L 49-60 2009-10_______________ at Purdue, L 59-81 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 70-50 2010-11_______________ at Purdue, L 41-60 2011-12_______________ at Purdue, L 55-57 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 59-42 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 62-46 2012-13______________ at Purdue, W 72-52 2013-14_______________ at Purdue, L 73-74 2013-14______________ at Big Ten, W 87-80 2014-15______________ at Purdue, W 73-59 2015-16_______________ at Purdue, L 73-90 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W 63-55 Quinnipiac The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2006-07________________ at Iowa, W 93-77 Richmond The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1997-98____________at Richmond, W 78-66 Rider The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2005-06______________ at Neutral, W 88-41 Robert Morris The Series: Iowa leads, 3-0 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 58-44 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 85-67 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W 69-50 Rutgers The Series: Iowa leads, 3-2 2005-06_________________ at Iowa, L 51-57 2006-07______________ at Rutgers, L 53-70 2009-10______________ at Neutral, W 70-63 2014-15______________at Rutgers, W 79-72 2015-16________________ at Iowa, W 69-65


SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Saint Joseph’s The Series: Iowa leads, 3-1 1984-85_________________ at Iowa, L 60-61 1989-90______________ at Neutral, W 76-57 1995-96______________ at Neutral, W 66-49 2003-04______________ at Neutral, W 62-58 Saint Louis The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 93-64 Samford The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2006-07________________ at Iowa, W 66-60 San Diego The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2012-13____________at San Diego, W 83-73 San Jose State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1984-85________ at San Jose State, W 67-45 Simpson College The Series: Simpson leads, 2-1 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 60-69 1977-78______________at Simpson, L 78-84 1978-79_______________ at Iowa, W 101-75 South Alabama The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2002-03______________ at Neutral, W 83-62 South Carolina The Series: South Carolina leads, 1-0 1989-90_________at South Carolina, L 76-82 South Dakota The Series: South Dakota leads, 1-0 1979-80_________ at South Dakota, W 70-48 1980-81_________________ at Iowa, L 72-75 1980-81_________ at South Dakota, L 68-78 South Dakota State The Series: Iowa leads, 3-0 1977-78______________At Neutral, W 73-63 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 82-69 2010-11____ at South Dakota State, W 65-54 South Florida The Series: South Florida leads, 1-0 2008-09_______________at Neutral, L 79-82 Southern The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2010-11______________at Neutral, W, 76-52

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Southern California The Series: Iowa leads, 4-1 1984-85_______________at Neutral, L 57-77 1987-88______________ at Neutral, W 79-67 1993-94____ at Southern California, W 50-49 1994-95________________ at Iowa, W 65-55 2013-14______________ at Neutral, W 78-65 Southern Illinois The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 66-50 St. Ambrose The Series: Iowa leads, 3-0 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 52-27 1976-77__________ at St. Ambrose, W 88-47 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 82-59 St. John’s The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2011-12______________ at Neutral, W 60-52 St. Mary’s (CA) The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1994-95______________ at Neutral, W 73-48 Stanford The Series: Stanford leads, 2-0 1988-89_______________at Neutral, L 74-98 2009-10_______________ at Stanford, 67-96 Stephen F. Austin The Series: Iowa leads, 2-1 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 83-65 1994-95______________ at SFA, L 70-79 (ot) 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 64-58 Stony Brook The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 78-40 SW Louisiana The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1984-85______________ at Neutral, W 62-39 Syracuse The Series: Iowa leads, 3-0 1998-99_____________ at Syacuse, W 70-64 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 76-73 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 97-91 Tennessee The Series: Tennessee leads, 2-1 1985-86____________ at Tennessee, L 68-73 1986-87_________________ at Iowa, L 56-74 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 72-56

Texas The Series: Tied, 2-2 1979-80________________ at Texas, L 49-75 1980-81_________________ at Iowa, L 62-82 1987-88______________ at Neutral, W 75-65 2012-13______________ at Neutral, W 86-63 Texas A&M The Series: Texas A&M leads, 1-0 2011-12_______________at Neutral, L 58-74 Texas State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 87-45 Texas Tech The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2008-09______________ at Neutral, W 56-48 Texas Women’s College The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1979-80________________ at TWC, W 58-50 Texas-Pan American The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2001-02________________ at Iowa, W 86-38 UC Santa Barbara The Series: Tied, 1-1 1994-95______ at UC Santa Barbara, L 48-61 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 68-57 UC Riverside The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2013-14________________ at Iowa, W 70-56 UCLA The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1990-91________________ at Iowa, W 81-52 UNC Wilmington The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2013-14_____________ at Neutral, W 102-65 UNLV The Series: UNLV leads, 1-0 2011-12_________________ at Iowa, L 59-69 Upper Iowa The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1975-76________________ at Iowa, W 70-40 1976-77_________________ at UIU, W 78-40 USC Upstate The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 2014-15_______________ at Iowa, W 107-56

Tennessee Tech The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 77-75

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1990-91__________________ at UW, L 61-71 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 58-39 1997-98_________________ at Iowa, L 62-63 1998-99__________________ at UW, L 76-84 Washington State The Series: Iowa leads, 1-0 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 69-51 Weber State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1998-99________________ at Iowa, W 77-57 1999-00__________ at Weber State, W 73-55 West Virginia The Series: Iowa leads, 3-1 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 74-44 1993-94________________ at WVU, W 69-57 2009-10_______________at Neutral, L 66-69 2012-13______________ at Neutral, W 79-70 Western Illinois The Series: Iowa leads, 8-2 1974-75_________________ at WIU, L 50-62 1978-79______________ at Neutral, W 75-66 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 86-55 1980-81_________________ at WIU, L 81-83 1981-82________________ at Iowa, W 72-68 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 99-54 2004-05________________ at Iowa, W 76-69 2007-08________________ at Iowa, W 70-49 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 98-45 2015-16____________ at Iowa, W 96-81 (OT) Western Kentucky The Series: Tied, 3-3 1985-86_________________ at WKU, L 67-77 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 67-47 1994-95_________________ at WKU, L 43-79 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 68-54 1996-97________________ at WKU, W 61-48 1998-99_________________ at Iowa, L 65-68 Wichita State The Series: Wichita State leads 1-0 1980-81_______________at Neutral, L 76-87 William Penn The Series: William Penn leads 11-0 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 29-74 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 22-73 1974-75__________ at William Penn, L 33-91 1975-76__________ at William Penn, L 39-96 1976-77_________________ at Iowa, L 45-76 1977-78_________________ at Iowa, L 53-70 1977-78__________ at William Penn, L 57-82 1978-79__________ at William Penn, L 72-81 1979-80_________________ at Iowa, L 68-69 1980-81__________ at William Penn, L 64-80 1981-82__________ at William Penn, L 68-85

SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS William Woods The Series: William Woods leads 1-0 1978-79_________________ at Iowa, L 58-64 Wisconsin The Series: Iowa leads, 46-20 1974-75_________________ at Iowa, L 49-65 1978-79________________ at Iowa, W 75-68 1979-80________________ at Iowa, W 68-51 1980-81____________ at Wisconsin, L 69-73 1980-81______________ At Neutral, L 67-88 1981-82___________________ Iowa, L 64-78 1981-82_________________ at Iowa, L 64-78 1982-83_________________ at Iowa, L 47-68 1982-83____________ at Wisconsin, L 44-68 1983-84____________ at Wisconsin, L 49-50 1983-84________________ at Iowa, W 46-37 1984-85____________ at Wisconsin, L 54-65 1984-85________________ at Iowa, W 64-52 1985-86________________ at Iowa, W 68-32 1985-86____________ at Wisconsin, W 64-47 1986-87____________ at Wisconsin, W 83-44 1986-87________________ at Iowa, W 78-56 1987-88____________ at Wisconsin, W 79-59 1987-88________________ at Iowa, W 98-50 1988-89____________ at Wisconsin, W 67-57 1988-89________________ at Iowa, W 78-52 1989-90________________ at Iowa, W 84-52 1989-90____________ at Wisconsin, W 79-60 1990-91____________ at Wisconsin, L 67-78 1990-91_____________ at Iowa, W 85-76 (ot) 1991-92____________ at Wisconsin, L 58-74 1991-92________________ at Iowa, W 63-36 1992-93________________ at Iowa, W 65-39 1993-94____________ at Wisconsin, W 74-67 1994-95____________ at Wisconsin, L 62-72 1994-95_________________ at Iowa, L 55-62 1995-96________________ at Iowa, W 68-48 1995-96____________ at Wisconsin, W 67-63 1996-97_________________ at Iowa, L 63-69 1996-97____________ at Wisconsin, L 56-59 1997-98____________ at Wisconsin, W 66-63 1997-98________________ at Iowa, W 87-76 1998-99____________ at Wisconsin, L 72-79 1999-00________________ at Iowa, W 66-62 2000-01____________ at Wisconsin, L 91-94 2000-01________________ at Iowa, W 74-68 2001-02_________________ at Iowa, L 61-68 2001-02____________ at Wisconsin, W 76-64 2002-03________________ at Iowa, W 77-60 2002-03____________ at Wisconsin, W 76-59 2003-04________________ at Iowa, W 66-46 2003-04________ at Wisconsin, W 87-82 (ot) 2004-05_________________ at Iowa, L 78-88 2005-06____________ at Wisconsin, W 68-59 2006-07____________ at Wisconsin, L 73-84 2006-07_______________ at Iowa, W 103-93 2007-08_____________ at Iowa, W 78-74 (ot) 2007-08____________ at Wisconsin, W 87-78 2008-09____________ at Wisconsin, W 73-63 2008-09________________ at Iowa, W 72-65 2009-10________________ at Iowa, W 61-51


SERIES RECORD VS. OPPONENTS 2009-10________ at Wisconsin, W 68-60 (ot) 2010-11________________ at Iowa, W 59-44 2011-12________________ at Iowa, W 69-57 2011-12________ at Wisconsin, W 85-79 (ot) 2012-13____________ at Wisconsin, W 65-56 2012-13________________ at Iowa, W 71-60 2013-14____________ at Wisconsin, W 82-65 2014-15____________ at Wisconsin, W 87-75 2014-15________________ at Iowa, W 78-74 2015-16____________ at Wisconsin, W 57-54 Wright State The Series: Iowa leads, 2-0 1991-92______________ at Neutral, W 87-41 2015-16______________ at Neutral, W 83-77 Wyoming The Series: Tied, 2-2 1979-80______________ at Neutral, W 68-65 1982-83_______________at Neutral, L 63-79 1988-89______________ at Neutral, W 83-40 2007-08 ________________ at Iowa, L 50-54

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IOWA RECORDS AT CARVER-HAWKEYE ARENA Alabama__________________________ 0-1 Albany____________________________ 1-0 American__________________________ 1-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff__________________ 1-0 Auburn___________________________ 1-1 Ball State__________________________ 0-1 Boston College_____________________ 0-1 Boston University___________________ 2-0 Bradley___________________________ 5-0 Butler_____________________________ 2-0 CS-Northridge_____________________ 1-0 Central Michigan___________________ 1-0 Charlotte__________________________ 2-0 Colorado__________________________ 2-0 Connecticut_______________________ 1-1 Creighton_________________________ 4-3 Dartmouth________________________ 1-0 Dayton___________________________ 2-0 Denver___________________________ 1-0 DePaul____________________________ 2-0 Detroit____________________________ 1-0 Drake____________________________ 11-4 Florida International_________________ 1-0 Georgia___________________________ 1-1 Georgia Tech_______________________ 0-2 Harvard___________________________ 1-0 Howard___________________________ 1-0 Houston__________________________ 0-1 Idaho State________________________ 1-0 Illinois___________________________ 26-3 Illinois State_______________________ 4-0 Indiana__________________________ 28-2 Indiana State_______________________ 1-0 Iowa State________________________ 11-4 IUPUI_____________________________ 1-0 James Madison_____________________ 1-0 Kansas____________________________ 0-2 Kansas State_______________________ 1-1 Kent State_________________________ 1-0 LSU______________________________ 2-0 Louisiana Tech_____________________ 2-1 Marquette_________________________ 3-0 Maryland__________________________ 0-1 Massachusetts_____________________ 1-0 Memphis__________________________ 1-0 Miami (Florida)_____________________ 4-0 Miami (Ohio)_______________________ 1-0 Michigan_________________________ 24-7 Michigan State___________________ 17-10 Middle Tennessee State______________ 1-0 Minnesota________________________ 24-5 Mississippi Valley State_______________ 1-0 Missouri__________________________ 4-0 Missouri State______________________ 3-1 Mount St. Mary’s____________________ 1-0 Nebraska__________________________ 4-3 Nevada___________________________ 1-0 New Orleans_______________________ 1-0

North Carolina_____________________ 0-1 North Dakota______________________ 2-0 Northern Illinois____________________ 3-0 Northern Iowa_____________________ 8-1 Northeastern______________________ 1-0 Northwestern_____________________ 24-4 Notre Dame_______________________ 0-1 Ohio_____________________________ 1-0 Ohio State _______________________ 20-9 Oregon State______________________ 1-0 Penn State_______________________ 11-10 Pepperdine________________________ 1-0 Princeton_________________________ 1-0 Providence________________________ 1-0 Purdue_________________________ 19-10 Quinnipiac________________________ 1-0 Robert Morris______________________ 3-0 Rutgers___________________________ 1-1 Saint Louis_________________________ 1-0 Samford__________________________ 1-0 Santa Clara________________________ 1-0 South Dakota State_________________ 1-0 Southern Illinois____________________ 1-0 Stephen F. Austin___________________ 2-0 Stony Brook_______________________ 1-0 Syracuse__________________________ 2-0 Tennessee_________________________ 1-1 Tennessee Tech_____________________ 1-0 Tex.-Pan American__________________ 1-0 Texas State________________________ 1-0 UCLA_____________________________ 1-0 UNLV_____________________________ 0-1 USC______________________________ 1-0 USC Upstate_______________________ 1-0 UC-Riverside_______________________ 1-0 UC-Santa Barbara___________________ 1-0 Utah_____________________________ 0-1 UT Martin_________________________ 1-0 Vanderbilt_________________________ 1-1 Vermont__________________________ 1-0 Virginia Tech_______________________ 1-0 Wake Forest_______________________ 1-0 Washington_______________________ 1-1 Weber State_______________________ 1-0 Western Illinois_____________________ 5-0 W. Kentucky_______________________ 2-1 West Virginia_______________________ 1-0 William & Mary_____________________ 1-0 Wisconsin________________________ 24-5 Wis.-Green Bay_____________________ 1-0 Wis.-Milwaukee_____________________ 1-0 Wyoming_________________________ 0-1 TOTAL__________________ 375-105(.781)

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TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Field Goals Made 44 (44-79) - PENN STATE vs. Howard, 11-26-89

Field Goals Made 17 (17-27), Amy Herrig (IOWA) vs. N’Western, 2-14-99

Field Goals Att. 93 (33-93) - NIU vs. Washington, 11-30-91

Field Goals Att. 30 (13-30), Tyra Grant (PSU) vs. Iowa, 2-1-09 30 (13-30), Heather Butler (UTM) vs. Notre Dame, 3-24-13

Field Goal Pct. .642 (34-53) - IOWA vs. Ohio State, 2-28-86 Free Throws Made 51 (51-69) - WASHINGTON vs. Northern Ill., 11-30-91 Free Throws Att. 69 (51-69) - WASHINGTON vs. Northern Ill., 11-30-91 Free Throw Pct. 1.000 (7-7) - NORTHWESTERN vs. Iowa, 3-7-87 1.000 (10-10) - IOWA vs. UNLV, 11-13-11 1.000 (9-9) - IOWA vs. Wisconsin, 2-16-11 1.000 (16-16) - IOWA vs. Wisconsin, 1-19-12 1.000 (7-7) - INDIANA vs. Iowa, 2-21-16

Field Goal Pct. (Min. of 8 attempts) 1.000 (9-9), Jamie Cavey (IOWA) vs. M’Quette, 3-23-03 1.000 (8-8), Andrea Harmon (IOWA) vs. N’Western, 1-16-94 Free Throws Made 23 (23-27), Shaunda Greene (WA) vs. NIU, 11-30-91 Free Throws Att. 27 (23-27), Shaunda Greene (WA) vs. NIU, 11-30-91 Free Throw Pct. (Min. of 10 attempts) 1.000 (13-13), Jolene Anderson (WISC) vs. Iowa, 1-13-08 1.000 (12-12), Lindsey Meder (IOWA) vs. IU, 2-4-01 1.000 (11-11), Cara Consuegra (IOWA) vs. MSU, 1-20-00 1.000 (10-10), Kachine Alexander (IOWA) vs. PSU, 2-1-09 1.000 (11-11), Jaime Printy (IOWA) vs. MTSU, 11-4-12

3-Pointers Made 17 (17-34) - IOWA vs. Idaho State, 12-7-13

3-Pointers Made 10, Maxaan Reese (MSU) vs. Iowa, 1-29-99

3-Pointers Att. 35 (14-35) - IOWA vs. MVSU, 12-22-11

3-Pointers Att. 16, Maxaan Reese (MSU) vs. Iowa, 1-29-99

3-Point Pct. (Min. of 8 att.) .875 (7-8) - IOWA vs. Penn State, 2-18-07

3-Point Pct. (Min. of 5 attempts) 1.000 (5-5), Jess Walter (Indiana) vs Iowa, 2-15-15 1.000 (5-5), Jennifer Lingor (SMS) vs. Iowa, 11-27-01 1.000 (5-5), Stacy Frese (IOWA) vs. Minn., 1-28-96

Points 107 - IOWA vs. USC Upstate, 11-14-14 107 - PENN STATE vs. Howard, 11-26-89 Rebounds 70 - WASHINGTON vs. Northern Illinois, 11-30-91

Rebounds 26, by Jerica Watson (IOWA), vs. Creighton, 12-15-01 Points 42, by Amy Herrig (IOWA), vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 42 by Jolene Anderson (WISC) vs. Iowa (OT), 1-13-08 Assists 14, Samantha Logic (IOWA) vs. Dayton, 11-10-13 Steals 9, Lynn Kennedy (IOWA) vs. Indiana, 1-29-84 9, Laurie Aaron (IOWA) vs. UNC Charlotte, 12-12-92 Blocks 9, by Bethany Doolittle (IOWA) vs. Minnesota, 3-1-15 Minutes 54, by Brianne O’Rourke (PSU) vs. Iowa, 2-1-09

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POINTS Game________________________________________________________________________________ 46, Crystal Smith at Louisiana Tech, 11-22-05 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________________ 42, Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________________ 42, Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 Season_________________________________________________________________________________________ 672, Cindy Haugejorde, 1979-80 Career________________________________________________________________________________________ 2,059, Cindy Haugejorde, 1976-80 REBOUNDS Game___________________________________________________________________________________ 26, Jerica Watson vs. Creighton, 12-15-01 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________________ 26, Jerica Watson vs. Creighton, 12-15-01 Big Ten (game)________________________________________________________________________________ 25, Amy Herrig vs. Purdue, 1-10-99 Season_______________________________________________________________________________________________ 306, Amy Herrig, 1998-99 Career________________________________________________________________________________________ 1067, Cindy Haugejorde, 1976-80 ASSISTS Game_____________________________________________________________________________________ 14, Samantha Logic vs. Texas, 12-28-12 _______________________________________________________________________________________ 14, Samantha Logic vs. Dayton, 11-10-13 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 14, Samantha Logic at Illinois, 1-8-15 __________________________________________________________________________________________14, Samantha Logic vs. Baylor, 3-27-15 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________________ 14, Samantha Logic vs. Dayton, 11-10-13 Big Ten (game)_______________________________________________________________________________ 14, Samantha Logic at Illinois, 1-8-15 Season___________________________________________________________________________________________ 276, Samantha Logic, 2014-15 Career____________________________________________________________________________________________ 898, Samantha Logic, 201-15 BLOCKS Game___________________________________________________________________________________9, Bethany Doolittle vs. Minnesota, 3-1-15 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________________9, Bethany Doolittle vs. Minnesota, 3-1-15 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________________9, Bethany Doolittle vs. Minnesota, 3-1-15 Season__________________________________________________________________________________________ 106, Bethany Doolittle, 2013-14 Career___________________________________________________________________________________________293, Morgan Johnson, 2009-13 STEALS Game______________________________________________________________________________________ 9, Lisa Anderson vs. Bradley, 11-19-82 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 9, Lynn Kennedy vs. Indiana, 1-29-84 ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 9, Franthea Price vs. Purdue, 2-11-90 _____________________________________________________________________________________ 9, Laurie Aaron vs. UNC-Charlotte, 12-12-92 CHA (game)__________________________________________________________________________________ 9, Lynn Kennedy vs. Indiana, 1-29-84 9, Laurie Aaron vs. UNC-Charlotte, 12-12-92 Big Ten (game)_______________________________________________________________________________ 9, Lynn Kennedy vs. Indiana, 1-29-84 9, Franthea Price vs. Purdue, 2-11-90 Season______________________________________________________________________________________________ 122, Laurie Aaron, 1992-93 Career_____________________________________________________________________________________________321, Franthea Price, 1986-90 FIELD GOALS MADE Game___________________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-27), Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 ________________________________________________________________________________17 (17-26), Tangela Smith vs. Richmond, 12-7-97 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-27), Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-27), Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 Season________________________________________________________________________________283 (283-570), Cindy Haugejorde, 1979-80 Career_______________________________________________________________________________867 (867-1784), Cindy Haugejorde, 1979-80 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game________________________________________________________________________ 35 (14-35), Cindy Haugejorde vs. Iowa State, 12-2-80 CHA (game)________________________________________________________________________29 (12-29), Franthea Price vs. Howard, 11-25-89 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________ 27 (17-27), Amy Herrig vs. Northwestern, 2-14-99 27 (16-27), Lisa Becker vs. Northwestern, 3-2-84 27 (13-27), Franthea Price vs. Northwestern, 2-4-90 Season________________________________________________________________________________570 (283-570), Cindy Haugejorde, 1979-80 Career______________________________________________________________________________1784 (867-1784), Cindy Haugejorde, 1976-80 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game_____________________________________________________________________________1.000 (9-9), Jamie Cavey vs. Marquette, 3-23-03 1.000 (9-9), Crystal Smith vs. Rider, 11-26-05 1.000 (8-8), Alexa Kastanek at Northern Iowa, 11-22-15 CHA (game)_______________________________________________________________________1.000 (9-9), Jamie Cavey vs. Marquette, 3-23-03 Big Ten (game)__________________________________________________________________ 1.000 (8-8), Andrea Harmon vs. N’western, 1-16-94 Season_____________________________________________________________________________________ .584 (184-315), Lisa Becker, 1983-84 Career____________________________________________________________________________________ .571 (497-871), Jamie Cavey, 2001-05

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FREE THROWS MADE Game___________________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 ______________________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-17), Jaime Printy vs. West Virginia, 11-25-12 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________ 17 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 Season_______________________________________________________________________________ 148 (148-199), Kachine Alexander, 2010-11 Career_____________________________________________________________________________________ 422 (422-559), Jennie Lillis, 2000-04 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game___________________________________________________________________________ 20 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 CHA (game)______________________________________________________________________ 20 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________ 20 (17-20), Kachine Alexander vs. Illinois, 2-14-10 Season_______________________________________________________________________________ 199 (148-199), Kachine Alexander, 2010-11 Career_____________________________________________________________________________________ 559 (422-559), Jennie Lillis, 2000-04 3-POINTERS MADE Game______________________________________________________________________________________10, Melissa Dixon at Drake, 12-21-14 CHA (game)_______________________________________________________________________________ 8, Melissa Dixon vs. Minnesota, 3-1-15 Big Ten (game)_________________________________________________________________________ 9, Melissa Dixon at Northwestern, 1-29-15 Season____________________________________________________________________________________________124, Melissa Dixon, 2014-15 Career____________________________________________________________________________________________334, Melissa Dixon, 2012-15 3-POINTERS ATTEMPTED Game___________________________________________________________________________________17, Melissa Dixon at Minnesota, 2-17-15 CHA (game)_________________________________________________________________________________ 15 Jaime Printy vs. Michigan, 1-2-11 15, Melissa Dixon vs. Michigan, 2-26-12 Big Ten (game)___________________________________________________________________________17, Melissa Dixon at Minnesota, 2-17-15 Season____________________________________________________________________________________________278, Melissa Dixon, 2013-14 Career____________________________________________________________________________________________847, Melissa Dixon, 2012-15 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 5 attempts)__________________________________________________________ .900 (9-10), Melissa Dixon at Northwestern, 1-29-15 Season_______________________________________________________________________________________ .495 (45-91), Kristi Smith, 2006-07 Career_____________________________________________________________________________________ .407 (185-454), Kristi Smith, 2005-09 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 10 attempts)____________________________________________________________ 1.000 (12-12), Lindsey Meder vs. Indiana, 2-4-01 1.000 (11-11), Tia Jackson vs. SW Missouri St., 12-5-93 1.000 (11-11), Cara Consuegra vs. Michigan St., 1-20-00 1.000 (10-10), Kachine Alexander vs. Arkansas State, 11-13-10 1.000 (10-10), Jaime Printy at Indiana, 2-27-11 1.000 (11-11), Crystal Smith vs. Illinois, 1-1-06 1.000 (17-17), Jaime Printy vs. West Virginia, 11-25-12 1.000 (11-11), Jaime Printy vs. Middle Tennessee, 11-14-12 1.000 (11-11), Morgan Johnson at Wisconsin, 1-10-13 1.000 (12-12), Ally Disterhoft at Ohio State, 1-19-14 CHA (game)_______________________________________________________________________ 1.000 (12-12), Lindsey Meder vs. Indiana, 2-4-01 1.000 (11-11), Cara Consuegra vs. Michigan St., 1-20-00 1.000 (11-11), Tia Jackson vs. SW Missouri St., 12-5-93 1.000 (10-10), Kachine Alexander vs. Penn State, 2-1-09 Big Ten (game)____________________________________________________________________ 1.000 (12-12), Lindsey Meder vs. Indiana, 2-4-01 1.000 (11-11), Cara Consuegra vs. Michigan St., 1-20-00 1.000 (11-11), Crystal Smith vs. Illinois, 1-1-06 1.000 (10-10), Kachine Alexander vs. Penn State, 2-1-09 1.000 (10-10), Jaime Printy at Indiana, 2-27-11 1.000 (12-12), Ally Disterhoft at Ohio State, 1-19-14 Season____________________________________________________________________________________ .925 (135-146), Jaime Printy, 2012-13 Career______________________________________________________________________________ .892 (174-195), Wendy Ausdemore, 2005-09 POINTS IN A HALF 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SINGLE-SEASON SCORING LEADERS 600 - POINT CLUB Rk. Pts. Player______________ Year 1. 693 Cindy Haugejorde____79-80 2. 621 Michelle Edwards_____87-88 3. 614 Franthea Price_______89-90 500 - POINT CLUB 4. 577 Tangela Smith_______97-98 5. 565 Ally Disterhoft_____ 15-16 6. 564 Michelle Edwards_____86-87 7. 556 Crystal Smith________04-05 8. 543 Jamie Cavey_________04-05 9. 539 Kristi Faulkner________02-03 Cindy Haugejorde____78-79 11. 537 Jennie Lillis__________02-03 12. 523 Lindsey Meder_______00-01 13. 520 Jaime Printy_________10-11 14. 516 Lindsey Meder_______99-00 15. 512 Bethany Doolittle_____13-14 16. 504 Amy Herrig__________98-99 17. 503 Melissa Dixon________14-15 Ally Disterhoft_____ 14-15 19. 501 Jaime Printy_________09-10 400 - POINT CLUB 20. 499 Crystal Smith________05-06 21. 497 Shanda Berry________88-89 22. 491 Lindsey Meder_______01-02 23. 490 Morgan Johnson_____12-13 24. 487 Jamie Cavey_________03-04 Toni Foster__________92-93 26. 484 Cindy Haugejorde____77-78 27. 481 Tiffany Gooden_______95-96 28. 480 Bethany Doolittle_____14-15 29. 477 Necole Tunsil________93-94 Samantha Logic______13-14 31. 475 Toni Foster__________90-91 32. 474 Ally Disterhoft_____ 13-14 33. 473 Melissa Dixon________13-14 34. 469 Kristi Faulkner________03-04 Kamille Wahlin_______09-10 36. 463 Jennie Lillis__________03-04 37. 461 Morgan Johnson_____11-12 38. 459 Franthea Price_______88-89 39. 456 Samantha Logic______14-15 40. 450 Lisa Long___________86-87 41. 449 Shanda Berry________87-88 42. 448 Toni Foster__________91-92 43. 448 Kachine Alexander____10-11 44. 445 Jolette Law__________88-89 Theairra Taylor_______13-14 46. 432 Kachine Alexander____09-10 432 Jaime Printy_________12-13 48. 429 Jennie Lillis__________01-02 49. 425 Kristi Smith__________07-08 50. 424 Jolette Law _________89-90 51. 423 Franthea Price_______87-88 52. 422 Kristi Smith__________08-09 Tangela Smith_______95-96 54. 418 Tia Jackson__________92-93 55. 416 Lisa Becker__________83-84

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414 410 409 402

Megan Skouby_______05-06 Randi Peterson_______00-01 Robin Christian_______88-89 Kristi Smith__________06-07

300 - POINT CLUB 60. 398 Kamille Wahlin_______11-12 61. 395 Wendy Ausdemore___08-09 62. 394 Cara Consuegra______99-00 63. 388 Megan Skouby_______08-09 Jaime Printy_________11-12 65. 381 Wendy Ausdemore___06-07 66. 376 Lindsey Meder_______98-99 67. 372 Kamille Wahlin_______10-11 68. 371 Jerica Watson________01-02 Wendy Ausdemore___07-08 70. 368 Kim Howard_________80-81 Lisa Long___________84-85 Michelle Edwards_____85-86 73. 365 Chase Coley________ 15-16 74. 364 Cindy Haugejorde____76-77 75. 360 Laurie Aaron_________92-93 76. 359 Johanna Solverson____04-05 Nadine Domond_____95-96 78. 357 Tia Jackson__________94-95 79. 352 Megan Gustafson___ 15-16 352 Lynn Kennedy_______85-86 81. 351 Diana Williams_______75-76 82. 350 Robin Anderson______82-83 83. 349 Tiffany Gooden_______94-95 84. 348 Tangela Smith_______96-97 85. 347 Cara Consuegra______00-01 86. 344 Laurie Aaron_________91-92 87. 343 Megan Skouby_______06-07 88. 342 Cathy Marx__________93-94 342 Melissa Dixon________12-13 90. 339 Amy Herrig__________97-98 Donna Freitag_______82-83 Stephanie Schueler___90-91 Necole Tunsil________92-93 94. 338 Lisa Becker__________84-85 95. 333 Jennie Lillis__________00-01 96. 330 Lisa Anderson________81-82 Nadine Domond_____97-98 98. 328 Johanna Solverson____07-08 99. 327 Melinda Hippen______81-82 100. 326 Robin Anderson______80-81 101. 324 Morgan Johnson_____10-11 102. 321 Stephanie Schueler___89-90 321 Samantha Logic______12-13 104. 319 Kachine Alexander____08-09 105. 318 Whitney Jennings____15-16 318 Angela Hamblin______96-97 107. 309 Cara Consuegra______98-99 108. 308 Whitney Jennings____14-15 109. 306 Lisa Becker__________85-86 110. 301 Sue Beckwith________79-80 200 - POINT CLUB 111. 298 Kim Howard_________81-82 112. 297 Kelly Krei____________09-10 Morgan Johnson_____09-10

114. 295 115. 294 117. 292 118. 289 119. 288 120. 287 121. 285 122. 275 123. 274 124. 268 268 126. 263 263 128. 262 129. 259 130. 258 131. 257 132. 256 133. 255 134. 251 137. 249 138. 246 139. 245 245 141. 243 142. 242 143. 239 145. 234 146. 233 147. 231 149. 230 150. 229 151. 225 152. 224 154. 222 157. 220 158. 218 159. 216 160. 214 161. 211 162. 209 163. 207 165. 206 169. 204 170. 202

Theairra Taylor_______12-13 Megan Skouby_______07-08 Lisa Anderson________82-83 Samantha Logic______11-12 Nadine Domond_____96-97 Amy Herrig__________96-97 Kelly Krei____________10-11 Johanna Solverson____02-03 Lisa Becker__________86-87 Lisa Anderson________80-81 Tania Davis________ 15-16 Michelle Edwards_____84-85 Alexa Kastanek_____ 15-16 Lisa Long___________85-86 Robin Anderson______84-85 Jolette Law__________87-88 Krista VandeVenter____05-06 Sue Beckwith________78-79 Angela Hamblin______97-98 Leah Magner________00-01 Mary Berdo__________00-01 Tangela Smith_______94-95 Necole Tunsil________90-91 Leah Magner________01-02 Franthea Price_______86-87 Katie Abrahamson____89-90 Bethany Doolittle_____12-13 Kamille Wahlin_______08-09 Krista VandeVenter____04-05 Randi Peterson_______98-99 Tricia Blair___________86-87 Kristi Faulkner________01-02 Angie Lee___________81-82 Melinda Hippen______80-81 Lynn Kennedy_______84-85 Tiffany Gooden_______96-97 LaTonya Tate_________90-91 Lynn Kennedy_______83-84 Trisha Waugh________90-91 Robin Christian_______87-88 Lynn Oberbillig_______77-78 Lisa Anderson________83-84 Virgie Dillingham_____93-94 Jolynn Schneider_____87-88 Jane Heilskov________79-80 Necole Tunsil________91-92 April Calhoun________02-03 Kelly Krei____________11-12 Tia Jackson__________91-92 Tiffany Reedy________05-06 Jenna Armstrong_____04-05 Kristi Smith__________05-06 Cyndi Gaude_________78-79 Angela Hamblin______95-96 Stacy Schlapkohl_____07-08 JoAnn Hamlin________08-09 Kim Howard_________79-80 LaTonya Tate_________91-92

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TEAM RECORDS

Field Goals Made

Points

Field Goals Attempted

Field Goal Percentage in a Half

Game___________________________ 44 (44-72) vs. Simpson, 11-15-78 CHA (Game)_____________________ 43 (43-86) vs. Minnesota, 2-12-88 Big Ten (Game)___________________ 43 (43-86) vs. Minnesota, 2-12-88 Season ______________________________ 1005 (1005-2181), 2013-14 Game_______________________ 97 (33-97) vs. Iowa Wesleyan, 12-6-77 CHA (Game)_____________________ 86 (43-86) vs. Minnesota, 2-12-88 Big Ten (Game)___________________ 86 (43-86) vs. Minnesota, 2-12-88 Season ______________________________ 2181 (1005-2181), 2013-14

Field Goal Percentage

Game________________________ .667 (28-42) vs. Northwestern, 1-4-87 CHA (Game)____________________.642 (34-53) vs. Ohio State, 2-28-86 Big Ten (Game)________________ .667 (28-42) vs. Northwestern, 1-4-87 Season ________________________________ .501 (897-1792), 1987-88

Free Throws Made

Game________________________ 42 (42-50) vs. West Virginia, 11-25-12 CHA (Game)__________________ 33 (33-43) vs. Indiana State, 11-15-06 Big Ten (Game)___________________ 31 (31-38) vs. Wisconsin, 2-25-07 Season__________________________________ 557 (557-750), 2013-14

Free Throws Attempted

Game________________________ 50 (42-50) vs. West Virginia, 11-25-12 CHA (Game)_________________ 43 (33-43) vs. Indiana State, 11-15-06 Big Ten (Game)___________________ 38 (31-38) vs. Wisconsin, 2-25-07 Season__________________________________ 750 (557-750), 2013-14

Free Throw Percentage

Game_____________________________1.000 (13-13) vs Purdue, 3-1-98 1.000 (16-16) vs. Columbia, 11-28-10 1.000 (10-10) vs. UNLV 11-13-11 1.000 (16-16) vs. Wisconsin, 1-19-12 1.000 (13-13) at Ohio State, 2-21-15 1.000 (16-16) at Minnesota, 2-15-16 CHA (Game)______________________ 1.000 (10-10) vs. UNLV 11-13-11 1.000 (16-16) vs. Wisconsin, 1-19-12 Big Ten (Game)________________ .1.000 (16-16) vs. Wisconsin, 1-19-12 _____________________________ 1.000 (13-13) at Ohio State, 2-21-15 _____________________________ 1.000 (16-16) at Minnesota, 2-15-16 Season__________________________________ .794 (446-562), 2011-12

3-Pointers Made

Game_________________________19 (19-28) at Northwestern, 1-29-15 CHA (Game)____________________ 17 (17-34) vs. Idaho State, 12-7-13 Big Ten (Game)_________________19 (19-28) at Northwestern, 1-29-15 Season__________________________________ 274 (274-696), 2014-15

3-Pointers Attempted

Game________________________ 37 (11-37) at North Carolina, 12-2-10 CHA (Game)_________ 35 (14-35) vs. Mississippi Valley State, 12-22-119 Big Ten (Game)____________________ 34 (11-34) vs. Penn State, 2-1-09 34 (11-34) at Penn State, 12-28-10 Season _________________________________ 739 (247-739), 2013-14

Consecutive 3-Pointers Made

Game__________________________________ 7 vs. Minnesota, 2-17-08 ____________________________________ 7 at Northwestern, 1-29-15

Rebounds

Game_____________________________ 69 vs. Northern Iowa, 11-26-02 CHA (Game)_______________________ 69 vs. Northern Iowa, 11-26-02 Big Ten (Game)___________________________61 vs. Wisconsin, 1-8-93 Season_________________________________________ 1308, 2013-14

Assists

Game_______________________________ 32 at Northwestern, 1-29-15 CHA (Game)___________________________ 31 vs. Colorado, 12-10-00 Big Ten (Game)_______________________ 32 at Northwestern, 1-29-15 Season___________________________________________644, 2013-14

Blocks

Game_________________________________ 13 vs. Minnesota, 2-28-10 CHA (Game)___________________________ 13 vs. Minnesota, 2-28-10 Big Ten (Game)_________________________ 13 vs. Minnesota, 2-28-10 Season___________________________________________189, 2012-13

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Game______________________________107 vs. USC Upstate, 11-14-14 CHA (Game)________________________107 vs. USC Upstate, 11-14-14 Big Ten (Game)_________________________103 vs. Wisconsin, 2-25-07 Season_________________________________________ 2814, 2013-14 Game___________________________ .739 (17-23) at Wisconsin, 3-2-08

Most First Half Points

Game____________________________ 63 vs. Ohio University, 11-30-91 CHA (Game)______________________ 63 vs. Ohio University, 11-30-91 Big Ten (Game)_______________________ 58 at Northwestern, 1-29-15

Most First Half Points Allowed

Game__________________________________63 at Minnesota, 1-12-03 CHA (Game)___________________________ 53 vs. Ohio State, 2-11-16 Big Ten (Game)__________________________63 at Minnesota, 1-12-03

Fewest First Half Points

Game_______________________________13 at UW-Green Bay, 12-7-06 ______________________________________ 13 at Iowa State, 12-5-07 CHA (Game)____________________________18 vs. Wisconsin, 2-24-84 Big Ten (Game)__________________________18 vs. Wisconsin, 2-24-84 _________________________________________ 18 vs. Purdue, 3-3-96

Fewest First Half Points Allowed

Game______________________________ 11 vs. West Virginia, 12-11-92 __________________________________________11 vs. Illinois, 3-1-92 ______________________________________11 vs. Wisconsin, 2-16-11 CHA (Game)________________________ 11 vs. West Virginia, 12-11-92 ______________________________________11 vs. Wisconsin, 2-16-11 Big Ten (Game)______________________________11 vs. Illinois, 3-1-92 ______________________________________11 vs. Wisconsin, 2-16-11

Most Second Half Points

Game_________________________________ 65 at Wisconsin, 12-31-00 CHA (Game)_____________________________60 vs. Syracuse, 12-5-13 Big Ten (Game)_________________________ 65 at Wisconsin, 12-31-00

Most Second Half Points Allowed

Game___________________________________ 58 vs. Stanford, 3-23-89 ___________________________________ 58 at Northwestern, 1-29-15 CHA (Game)____________________________ 57 vs. Ohio State, 2-5-04 Big Ten (Game)_______________________ 58 at Northwestern, 1-29-15

Fewest Second Half Points

Game________________________________ 16 at Connecticut, 3-18-02 CHA (Game)____________________________ 18 vs. Ohio State, 2-3-85 Big Ten (Game)___________________________ 17 at Ohio State, 2-4-07 ________________________________________ 17 vs. Purdue, 2-11-96

Fewest Second Half Points Allowed

Game____________________________ 10 vs. James Madison, 11-26-94 CHA (Game)______________________ 10 vs. James Madison, 11-26-94 Big Ten (Game)__________________________13 vs. Wisconsin, 1-26-86

Fewest Points Allowed

Game____________________________________ 23 vs. Cornell, 1-31-75 CHA (Game)______________________ 30 vs. James Madison, 11-26-94 Big Ten (Game)__________________________32 vs. Wisconsin, 1-26-86

Winning Streaks

All Games_________________________________________22, 1987-88 Big Ten Games_____________________________________23, 1987-88 Home Games______________________________________46, 1986-90 Big Ten Home Games________________________________41, 1985-90 Away Games_______________________________________12, 1987-88 Big Ten Away Games_________________________________8, 1989-90 __________________________________________________8, 1995-96

Losing Streaks

All Games__________________________ 7, 1975-76, 1982-83, 1998-99 Big Ten Games______________________________________8, 1982-83 Home Games____________________________ 4, 1975-76 and 1981-82 Big Ten Home Games_________________________________4, 1981-82 Away Games_______________________________________10, 1982-83 Big Ten Away Games_________________________________9, 1982-83


CLASS RECORDS

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

FRESHMAN

SOPHOMORE

Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Jaime Printy (2009-10)_______________________ 501 Ally Disterhoft (2013-14)___________________ 474 Lisa Becker (1983-84)________________________ 416 Megan Skouby (2005-06)_____________________ 414 Lindsey Meder (1998-99)_____________________ 376 Cindy Haugejorde (1976-77)__________________ 364 Megan Gustafson (2015-16)_________________ 352 Diana Williams (1975-76)_____________________ 351 Tiffany Gooden (1994-95)____________________ 349 Jennie Lillis (2000-01)_______________________ 333 Robin Anderson (1980-81)____________________ 326 Whitney Jennings (2014-15)__________________ 308 Morgan Johnson (2009-10)___________________ 297 Samantha Logic (2011-12)____________________ 292 Johanna Solverson (2002-03)_________________ 285

Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Kristi Faulkner (2002-03)_____________________ 539 Jaime Printy (2010-11)_______________________ 520 Lindsey Meder (1999-00)_____________________ 516 Ally Disterhoft (2014-15)___________________ 503 Cindy Haugejorde (1977-78)__________________ 484 Tiffany Gooden (1995-96)____________________ 481 Toni Foster (1990-91)________________________ 475 Kamille Wahlin (2009-10)_____________________ 469 Jennie Lillis (2001-02)_______________________ 429 Franthea Price (1987-88)_____________________ 423 Tangela Smith (1995-96)_____________________ 422

Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Morgan Johnson (2009-10)____________________ 79 Tangela Smith (1994-95)______________________ 73 Megan Gustafson (2015-16)__________________ 58 Megan Skouby (2005-06)______________________ 47 Jennie Lillis (2000-01)________________________ 22 Bethany Doolittle (2011-12)___________________ 19 Toni Foster (1989-90)_________________________ 18

Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Morgan Johnson (2010-11)____________________ 76 Tangela Smith (1996-97)______________________ 69 Bethany Doolittle (2012-13____________________ 59 Toni Foster (1990-91)_________________________ 40 Chase Coley (2015-16)_______________________ 37 Megan Skouby (2006-07)______________________ 37 JoAnn Hamlin (2007-08)______________________ 23

3-Pointers Made 1. Jaime Printy (2009-10)________________________ 82 2. Lindsey Meder (1998-99)______________________ 49 3. Whitney Jennings (2014-15)___________________ 36 4. Melissa Dixon (2011-12)_______________________ 35 5. Ally Disterhoft (2013-14)____________________ 33 6. Johanna Solverson (2002-03)__________________ 30 7. Kamille Wahlin (2008-09)______________________ 28 8. Leah Magner (1998-99)_______________________ 26 Rebounding 1. Krista VandeVenter (2004-05)_________________ 252 2. Cindy Haugejorde (1976-77)__________________ 237 3. Ally Disterhoft (2013-14)___________________ 229 4. Megan Gustafson (2015-16)_________________ 225 5. Samantha Logic (2011-12)____________________ 220 6. Morgan Johnson (2009-10)___________________ 217 7. Jennie Lillis (2000-01)_______________________ 173 8. Lynn Kennedy (1983-84)_____________________ 152 Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Samantha Logic (2011-12)____________________ 136 Tania Davis (2015-16)______________________ 111 Jaime Printy (2009-10)________________________ 99 Cara Consuegra (1997-98)_____________________ 94 Whitney Jennings (2014-15)___________________ 92 Kamille Wahlin (2008-09)______________________ 87 Kristi Smith (2005-06)________________________ 82 Necole Tunsil (1990-91)_______________________ 78

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Johanna Solverson (2002-03)__________________ 57 Lynn Kennedy (1983-84)______________________ 39 Tania Davis (2015-16)_______________________ 37 Krista VandeVenter (2004-05)__________________ 36 Whitney Jennings (2014-15)___________________ 35 Jennie Lillis (2000-01)________________________ 34 Necole Tunsil (1990-91)_______________________ 33

3-Pointers Made 1. Kamille Wahlin (2009-10)______________________ 2. Melissa Dixon (2012-13_______________________ 3. Jaime Printy (2010-11)________________________ 4. Wendy Ausdemore (2006-07)__________________ 5. Lindsey Meder (1999-00)______________________ 6. Kelly Krei (2009-10)__________________________

84 78 70 62 60 55

Rebounding 1. Cindy Haugejorde (1977-78)__________________ 2. Kachine Alexander (2008-09)_________________ 3. Lisa Long (1984-85)_________________________ 4. Toni Foster (1990-91)________________________ 5. Krista VandeVenter (2005-06)_________________

300 282 267 247 237

Assists 1. 2. 4. 6.

Samantha Logic (2012-13)____________________ Cara Consuegra (1998-99)____________________ April Calhoun (2002-03)______________________ Kachine Alexander (2008-09)_________________ Kristi Smith (2006-07)_______________________ Steph Schueler (1988-89)____________________

217 153 153 121 121 105

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Samantha Logic (2012-13)_____________________ Krista VandeVenter (2005-06)__________________ Toni Foster (1990-91)_________________________ Karen Clayton (1993-94)______________________ Nadine Domond (1995-96)____________________ Crystal Smith (2003-04)_______________________ Kristi Smith (2006-07)________________________

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JUNIOR

SENIOR

Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Ally Disterhoft (2015-16)___________________ 565 Michelle Edwards (1986-87)__________________ 564 Crystal Smith (2004-05)______________________ 556 Kristi Faulkner (2002-03)_____________________ 539 Cindy Haugejorde (1978-79)__________________ 539 Jennie Lillis (2002-03)_______________________ 537 Lindsey Meder (2000-01)_____________________ 523 Bethany Doolittle (2013-14)__________________ 512 Jamie Cavey (2003-04)_______________________ 487 Tiffany Gooden (1996-97)____________________ 481 Samantha Logic (2013-14)____________________ 477 Melissa Dixon (2013-14)______________________ 473 Morgan Johnson (2011-12)___________________ 461 Franthea Price (1988-89)_____________________ 459

Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Bethany Doolittle (2013-14)__________________ 106 Morgan Johnson (2011-12)____________________ 70 Toni Foster (1991-92)_________________________ 47 Jennie Lillis (2002-03)________________________ 40 Tangela Smith (1996-97)______________________ 39 Ally Disterhoft (2015-16)____________________ 28 Lisa Becker (1985-86)_________________________ 28

3-Pointers Made 1. Melissa Dixon (2013-14)_______________________ 97 2. Wendy Ausdemore (2007-08)__________________ 78 3. Lindsey Meder (2000-01)______________________ 68 4. Alexa Kastanek (2015-16)____________________ 56 5. Kamille Wahlin (2009-10)______________________ 55 6. Kelly Krei (2009-10)__________________________ 54 7. Kristi Smith (2007-08)________________________ 53 Rebounding 1. Kachine Alexander (2009-10)_________________ 2. Shanda Berry (1987-88)______________________ 3. Toni Foster (1991-92)________________________ 4. Lisa Long (1985-86)_________________________ 5. Jennie Lillis (2002-03)_______________________

281 263 243 240 239

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Samantha Logic (2013-14)____________________ Cara Consuegra (1999-00)____________________ Johanna Solverson (2004-05)_________________ Nadine Domond (1996-97)___________________ Jolette Law (1988-89)________________________ Laurie Aaron (1991-92)______________________ Michelle Edwards (1986-87)__________________

269 138 136 135 132 123 123

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Laurie Aaron (1991-92)______________________ 101 Franthea Price (1988-89)______________________ 95 Shanda Berry (1988-89)_______________________ 89 Samantha Logic (2013-14)_____________________ 88 Crystal Smith (2004-05)_______________________ 80 Michelle Edwards (1986-87)___________________ 70 Johanna Solverson (2004-05)__________________ 70

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Scoring 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Cindy Haugejorde (1979-80)__________________ Michelle Edwards (1987-88)__________________ Franthea Price (1989-90)_____________________ Tangela Smith (1997-98)_____________________ Jamie Cavey (2004-05)_______________________ Amy Herrig (1998-99)________________________ Melissa Dixon (2014-15)______________________ Crystal Smith (2005-06)______________________ Shanda Berry (1988-89)______________________ Lindsey Meder (2001-02)_____________________ Morgan Johnson (2012-13)___________________ Toni Foster (1992-93)________________________

Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bethany Doolittle (2014-15)___________________ Morgan Johnson (2012-13)____________________ Jerica Watson (2001-02)_______________________ Jamie Cavey (2004-05)________________________ Tangela Smith (1997-98)______________________ Megan Skouby (2008-09)______________________ Toni Foster (1992-93)_________________________ Cathy Marx (1993-94)_________________________

672 621 614 577 543 504 503 499 497 491 490 487 94 68 59 58 54 46 40 40

3-Pointers Made 1. Melissa Dixon (2014-15)______________________ 124 2. Lindsey Meder (2001-02)______________________ 84 3. Kristi Smith (2008-09)________________________ 65 4. Kamille Wahlin (2011-12)______________________ 64 5. Wendy Ausdemore (2008-09)__________________ 61 6. Kristi Faulkner (2003-04)______________________ 57 7. Jaime Printy (2012-13)________________________ 55 8. Leah Magner (2001-02)_______________________ 54 Rebounding 1. Amy Herrig (1998-99)________________________ 2. Cindy Haugejorde (1979-80)__________________ Kachine Alexander (2010-11)_________________ 3. Lisa Long (1986-87)_________________________ 4. Shanda Berry (1988-89)______________________

306 295 295 282 276

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Samantha Logic (2014-15)____________________ Cara Consuegra (2000-01)____________________ Michelle Edwards (1987-88)__________________ Karen Clayton (1995-96)_____________________ Lisa Anderson (1983-84)_____________________ Jolette Law (1989-90)________________________ Steph Schueler (1990-91)____________________

276 191 140 136 128 122 122

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Laurie Aaron (1992-93)______________________ 122 Michelle Edwards (1987-88)___________________ 89 Franthea Price (1989-90)______________________ 84 Steph Schueler (1990-91)_____________________ 76 Jerica Watson (2001-02)_______________________ 72


CAREER LEADERS SCORING Rank Pts._______ Player____________________ Years 1. 2059_______ Cindy Haugejorde___________ 76-80 2. 1906_______ Lindsey Meder______________ 98-02 3. 1841_______ Jaime Printy________________ 10-13 4. 1821_______ Michelle Edwards___________ 84-88 5. 1762_______ Jennie Lillis________________ 00-04 6. 1742_______ Franthea Price______________ 86-90 7. 1606_______ Toni Foster_________________ 89-93 8. 1598_______ Tangela Smith______________ 94-98 9. 1582_______ Morgan Johnson____________ 10-13 10. 1546_______ Samantha Logic_____________ 12-15 11. 1542______ Ally Disterhoft________ 14-present 12. 1483_______ Kamille Wahlin______________ 09-12 13. 1480_______ Melissa Dixon_______________ 12-15 14. 1455_______ Kristi Smith________________ 05-09 15. 1439_______ Megan Skouby______________ 05-09 16. 1353_______ Bethany Doolittle___________ 12-15 17. 1343_______ Wendy Ausdemore__________ 05-09 18. 1335_______ Lisa Becker_________________ 83-87 19. 1319_______ Amy Herrig_________________ 95-99 20. 1283_______ Necole Tunsil_______________ 90-94 21. 1265_______ Jamie Cavey________________ 01-05 22. 1242_______ Kristi Faulkner______________ 01-04 23. 1239_______ Kachine Alexander__________ 08-11 24. 1230_______ Lisa Long__________________ 83-87 25. 1193_______ Crystal Smith_______________ 02-06 26. 1160_______ Tia Jackson_________________ 90-95 27. 1147_______ Cara Consuegra_____________ 97-01 28. 1137_______ Jolette Law_________________ 86-90 29. 1130_______ Johanna Solverson_______ 02-05, 08 30. 1129_______ Lisa Anderson______________ 80-84 31. 1100_______ Shanda Berry_______________ 85-89 32. 1048_______ Kim Howard________________ 78-82 33. 1046_______ Robin Anderson_____________ 80-85 34. 1024_______ Tiffany Gooden_____________ 94-98 35. 936________ Randi Peterson_____________ 97-00 STEALS Rank Stls._______ Player____________________ Years 1. 321________ Franthea Price______________ 86-90 2. 260________ Samantha Logic_____________ 12-15 3. 248________ Laurie Aaron_______________ 89-93 4. 235________ Michelle Edwards___________ 84-88 5. 222________ Steph Schueler_____________ 87-91 6. 213________ Crystal Smith_______________ 02-06 7. 205________ Jolette Law_________________ 86-90 8. 192________ Johanna Solverson_____02-05, 07-08 9. 190________ Jennie Lillis________________ 00-04 10. 177________ Nadine Domond____________ 94-98 177________ Lisa Anderson______________ 80-84 12. 168________ Tia Jackson_________________ 90-95 13. 167________ Toni Foster_________________ 89-93 14. 166________ Cara Consuegra_____________ 97-01 15. 154________ Lynn Kennedy______________ 83-87 16. 150________ Krista VandeVenter__________ 04-08

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL REBOUNDING Rank Reb._______ Player____________________ Years 1. 1067_______ Cindy Haugejorde___________ 76-80 2. 922________ Samantha Logic_____________ 12-15 3. 910________ Kachine Alexander__________ 08-11 4. 887________ Toni Foster_________________ 89-93 5. 886________ Morgan Johnson____________ 10-13 6. 859________ Tangela Smith______________ 94-98 7. 848________ Lisa Long__________________ 83-87 8. 827________ Jennie Lillis________________ 00-04 9. 792________ Krista VandeVenter__________ 04-08 10. 789________ Amy Herrig_________________ 95-99 11. 745________ Randi Peterson_____________ 97-01 12. 726________ Franthea Price______________ 86-90 13. 691________ Lisa Becker_________________ 83-87 14. 653________ Shanda Berry_______________ 86-89 15. 650________ Bethany Doolittle___________ 12-15 16. 615________ Kachine Alexander__________ 08-11 17. 614________ Lynn Kennedy______________ 83-87 18. 609_______ Ally Disterhoft________ 14-present 19 570________ Johanna Solverson_______ 02-05, 08 20. 564________ Necole Tunsil_______________ 90-94 21. 561________ Kelly Krei__________________ 09-12 22. 536________ Kim Howard________________ 78-82 23. 518________ Megan Skouby______________ 05-09 24. 507________ Tia Jackson_________________ 90-95 25. 506________ Jamie Cavey________________ 01-05 26. 493________ Jenee Graham______________ 04-08 27. 490________ Wendy Ausdemore__________ 05-09 28. 489________ Jerica Watson_______________ 98-02 29. 482________ Michelle Edwards___________ 84-88 ASSISTS Rank Ast._______ Player____________________ Years 1. 898________ Samantha Logic_____________ 12-15 2. 576________ Cara Consuegra_____________ 97-01 3. 431________ Michelle Edwards___________ 84-88 4. 427________ Kamille Wahlin______________ 09-12 5. 412________ Kristi Smith________________ 05-09 412________ Jaime Printy________________ 10-13 7. 391________ Johanna Solverson__________ 02-05 8. 387________ Franthea Price______________ 86-90 9. 367________ Steph Schueler_____________ 87-91 10. 357________ Nadine Domond____________ 94-98 11. 353________ Jolette Law_________________ 86-90 12. 339________ Kachine Alexander__________ 08-11 13. 322________ Lisa Anderson______________ 80-84 14. 297________ Jennie Lillis________________ 00-04 15. 280________ Tricia Blair__________________ 83-87 16. 279________ Laurie Aaron_______________ 89-93 279________ Necole Tunsil_______________ 90-94 18. 262________ Leah Magner_______________ 98-02 19. 252________ Kristi Faulkner______________ 01-04 20. 245________ Wendy Ausdemore__________ 05-09 21. 243________ Krista VandeVenter__________ 04-08 22. 242________ Lindsey Meder______________ 98-02

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Rank 3-pters____ Player____________________ Years 1. 334________ Melissa Dixon_______________ 12-15 2. 261________ Lindsey Meder______________ 98-02 3. 252________ Jaime Printy________________ 10-13 4. 231________ Kamille Wahlin______________ 09-12 5. 221________ Wendy Ausdemore__________ 05-09 6. 185________ Kristi Smith________________ 05-09 7 162________ Kelly Krei__________________ 09-12 8. 156________ Leah Magner_______________ 98-02 9. 138________ Kristi Faulkner______________ 01-04 10. 125________ Johanna Solverson_______ 02-05, 08 11. 118________ Nadine Domond____________ 94-98 12. 116_______ Ally Disterhoft________ 14-present 13 116________ Crystal Smith_______________ 02-06 14. 108________ Jenna Armstrong____________ 01-05 15. 97_________ Franthea Price______________ 87-90 BLOCKS Rank Blks.______ Player____________________ Years 1. 293________ Morgan Johnson____________ 10-13 2. 278________ Bethany Doolittle___________ 12-15 3. 235________ Tangela Smith______________ 94-98 4. 153________ Megan Skouby______________ 05-09 5. 145________ Toni Foster_________________ 89-93 6. 114________ Jennie Lillis________________ 02-03 7. 94_________ Jamie Cavey________________ 01-05 8. 86_________ Cathy Marx_________________ 90-94 9. 83_________ Lisa Becker_________________ 83-87 10. 82_________ Jerica Watson_______________ 98-02 11. 78_________ Lisa Long__________________ 83-87 12 66_________ Amy Herrig_________________ 95-99 13. 56_________ Randi Peterson_____________ 97-01 14. 53________ Ally Disterhoft________ 14-present

TRIPLE-DOUBLES Player Cara Consuegra Kachine Alexander Kachine Alexander Samantha Logic Samantha Logic Samantha Logic Samantha Logic Samantha Logic Samantha Logic

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Statistics 17 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists 10 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists 26 points, 21 rebounds, 10 assists 13 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists 12 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists 14 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists 18 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists 12 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists 13 points, 10 rebounds, 14 assists

Opponent (Date) at Indiana (2-3-00) vs. Northwestern (1-18-09) vs. Penn State (2-1-09) vs. Michigan (2-26-12) vs. Drake (12-21-13) at Penn State (2-6-14) at Purdue (2-16-14) vs. Dayton (11-22-14) vs. Baylor (3-27-15)


INCIDENTAL STATS AND OVERTIME RESULTS WINNING MARGIN (MORE THAN 35 POINTS) Margin _____ (Score) Opponent, Year 68_________ (91-23) Cornell, 74-75 58_________ (97-39) Bucknell, 92-93 55 _________ (89-34) Boise State, 96-97 54_________ (97-43) Missouri State, 12-13 53_________ (98-45) WIU, 11-12 53 _________ (79-26) Marshalltown, 76-77 52_________ (96-44) NIU, 77-78 51_________ (107-56) USC Upstate, 14-15 51_________ (87-36) Illinois, 87-88 49_________ (100-51) Minnesota, 87-88 48_________ (95-47) Idaho State, 13-14 48_________ (86-38) Texas PA, 01-02 48 _________ (98-50) Wisconsin, 87-88 47_________ (88-41) Rider, 05-06 46 _________ (90-44) Drake, 92-93 46 _________ (87-41) Wright State, 91-92 45_________ (99-54) WIU, 00-01 45_________ (97-52) Ohio, 91-92 45 _________ (90-45) Oregon State, 88-89 45 _________ (106-61) UNI, 78-79 44_________ (87-43) NIU, 07-08 44 _________ (93-49) Iowa State, 87-88 43_________ (86-43) Creighton, 01-02 43 _________ (94-51) Minnesota, 95-96 43_________ (92-49) Bradley, 99-00 43 _________ (83-40) Wyoming, 88-89 43_________ (97-54) Minnesota, 88-89 43_________ (84-41) Minnesota, 87-88 42_________ (87-45) Texas State, 08-09 41 _________ (81-40) Minnesota, 86-87 41 _________ (88-47) St. Ambrose, 76-77 40_________ (82-42) UW-Mil, 05-06 40_________ (92-52) Northwestern, 00-01 40 _________ (82-42) Michigan, 88-89 40 _________ (89-49) Michigan St. 88-89 40 _________ (81-41) Iowa State, 84-85 38_________ (76-38) Ark-Pine Bluff, 13-14 38_________ (78-40) Stony Brook, 13-14 38_________ (91-53) Bradley, 10-11 38 _________ (81-43) N’western, 87-88 38 _________ (78-40) Purdue, 83-84 38 _________ (78-40) Upper Iowa, 76-77 37_________ (102-65) UNCW, 13-14 37 _________ (71-34) Michigan, 92-93 36_________ (91-55) Minnesota, 97-98 36 _________ (78-42) Minnesota, 96-97 36 _________ (81-45) Michigan, 91-92 36 _________ (74-38) Drake, 87-88 36 _________ (68-32) Wisconsin, 85-86 36 _________ (68-32) Clarke College, 75-76 35 _________ (89-54) Michigan, 87-88 35 _________ (78-43) Connecticut, 83-84 35 _________ (90-55) UNI, 78-79 LOSING MARGIN (MORE THAN 30 POINTS Margin _____ (Score) Opponent, Year 59 _________ (112-53) Grandview, 75-76 58 _________ (91-33) William Penn, 75-75 57 _________ (96-39) William Penn, 75-76 51 _________ (73-22) William Penn, 75-75 49 _________ (94-45) Luther, 75-76 47 _________ (90-43) Minnesota, 81-82 45 _________ (74-29) William Penn, 74-75 43_________ (60-103) Kansas State, 02-03 42 _________ (90-48) Illinois State, 75-76 40 _________ (87-47) Penn State, 84-85 38_________ (86-48) Connecticut, 01-02 36_________ (85-49) Ohio State, 06-07 36_________ (91-55) Auburn, 99-00 36 _________ (79-43) W. Kentucky, 94-95 36 _________ (68-32) IA Wesleyan, 74-75 35 _________ (96-61) Drake, 81-82

34_________ (86-52) 34_________ (52-86) 33_________ (76-43) 33 _________ (96-63) 31_________ (81-50) 31 _________ (76-45)

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Louisville, 14-15 Penn State, 02-03 California, 08-09 Drake, 78-79 Minnesota, 04-05 William Penn, 76-77

IOWA’S 100-POINT GAMES 107________ USC Upstate (56), 14-15 106 ________ North Carolina (81), 89-90 106________ Northern Iowa (61), 78-79 103________ Wisconsin (93), 06-07 102________ Northwestern (99), 14-15 102________ UNC-Wilmington (65), 13-14 101 ________ Simpson (75), 78-79 100________ Drake (98), 14-15 100________ Minnesota (51), 87-88 OPPONENT’S 100-POINT GAMES 112________ Grandview (53), 75-76 103________ Kansas State (60), 02-03 103________ Brigham Young (79), 79-80 101________ Iowa State (94) - 2ot, 03-04 101________ Missouri State (87), 00-01 101________ Drake (71), 78-79 100________ Ohio State (82), 14-15 IOWA SINGLE-GAME HIGHS 107________ USC Upstate (56), 14-15 106________ Northern Iowa (61), 78-79 106________ North Carolina (81), 89-90 103________ Wisconsin (93), 06-07 102________ UNC-Wilmington (65), 13-14 102________ Northwestern (99), 14-15 101________ Simpson (75), 78-79 100________ Minnesota (51), 87-88 100________ Drake (98), 14-15 99_________ Western Illinois (54), 00-01 98_________ Western Illinois (45), 11-12 98_________ Northern Iowa (68), 02-03 98_________ Wisconsin (50), 87-88 97_________ Michigan (85), 15-16 97_________ Pepperdine (68), 14-15 97_________ Syracuse (91), 13-14 97_________ Dayton (93), 13-14 97_________ Missouri State (43), 12-13 97_________ Penn State (89), 08-09 -- 3OT 97_________ Bucknell (39), 92-93 97_________ Ohio University (52), 91-92 97_________ Minnesota (54), 88-89 97_________ DePaul (87), 80-81 96_________ Western Illinois (81) - ot, 15-16 96_________ Penn State (81), 01-02 96_________ Purdue (87), 00-01 96_________ Grandview (66), 79-80 96_________ Northern Illinois (44), 77-78 95_________ Idaho State (47), 13-14 95_________ Northwestern (61), 00-01 94_________ Iowa State (101) - 2ot, 03-04 94_________ Minnesota (51), 95-96 93_________ Indiana (79), 10-11 93_________ Quinnipiac (73), 06-07 93_________ FIU (86), 03-04 93_________ Saint Louis (64), 02-03 93_________ Iowa State (56), 87-88 92_________ Minnesota (76), 14-15 92_________ Drake (72), 05-06 92_________ Northwestern (52), 00-01 92_________ Colorado (66), 00-01 92_________ Bradley (49), 99-00 92_________ Northern Illinois (59),92-93 91_________ Bradley (53), 10-11 91_________ Louisiana Tech (95) - 2ot, 05-06 91_________ Creighton (82), 04-05

91_________ Illinois (73), 03-04 91_________ Wisconsin (94), 00-01 91_________ Minnesota (55), 97-98 91_________ Minnesota (82), 78-79 91_________ Wisc.-Platteville (57), 75-76 91_________ Cornell (23), 74-75 90_________ Dayton (83), 14-15 90_________ Northwestern (84), 13-14 90_________ Harvard (81), 11-12 90_________ Central Michigan (79), 10-11 90_________ Gonzaga (72), 01-02 90_________ Purdue (75), 01-02 90_________ Drake (44), 92-93 90_________ Northwestern (72), 91-92 90_________ Howard (57), 89-90 90_________ Oregon State (45), 88-89 90_________ Illinois (63), 87-88 90_________ Northern Iowa (55), 78-79 OVERTIME GAMES (24-23) Iowa State 74, Iowa 71_______________ 12/3/78 NW Missouri 73, Iowa 71_____________ 2/28/81 Iowa 74, Northern Iowa 68____________ 1/27/82 Iowa 86, Iowa State 75_______________ 12/5/83 Iowa 69, Northwestern 66____________ 2/23/86 Penn State 78, Iowa 74_______________ 12/29/86 Iowa 70, Indiana 63_________________ 2/24/89 Iowa 79, Purdue 67__________________ 2/11/90 Purdue 84, Iowa 75__________________ 1/13/91 Iowa 85, Wisconsin 76_______________ 3/9/91 SMS 61, Iowa 60____________________ 3/22/92 Ohio State 73, Iowa 72_______________ 4/3/93 Stephen F. Austin 79, Iowa 70_________ 12/3/94 Iowa 65, Kansas 58__________________ 12/3/95 Iowa 66, Drake 63___________________ 11/16/97 Purdue 75, Iowa 66__________________ 1/11/98 Michigan 69, Iowa 65________________ 1/25/98 Purdue 71, Iowa 69__________________ 1/10/99 Iowa 89, Oregon 82_________________ 3/17/01 Drake 75, Iowa 72___________________ 11/25/01 Indiana 78, Iowa 76_________________ 3/1/02 Iowa 84, IUPUI 75___________________ 11/23/02 NC State 69, Iowa 66_________________ 11/29/02 Creighton 84, Iowa 72_______________ 12/28/03 Iowa 87, Wisconsin 82_______________ 2/12/04 Iowa 91, Creighton 82_______________ 12/10/04 Iowa 77, Purdue 71__________________ 2/2/06 Minnesota 80, Iowa 78_______________ 1/25/07 Iowa 68, Minnesota 66_______________ 1/3/08 Iowa 78, Wisconsin 74_______________ 1/13/08 South Florida 82, Iowa 79_____________ 11/28/08 Penn State 77, Iowa 73_______________ 12/28/09 Minnesota 72, Iowa 69_______________ 1/3/10 Iowa 68, Wisconsin 60_______________ 2/28/10 Kansas State 81, Iowa 78_____________ 12/13/11 Iowa 69, Illinois 62__________________ 1/5/12 Iowa 85, Wisconsin 79_______________ 2/2/12 Iowa 69, Middle Tennessee 63_________ 11/14/12 Iowa 77, Ohio State 71_______________ 1/3/13 Iowa 97, Dayton 93__________________ 11/10/13 Iowa 78, Nebraska 72________________ 1/26/15 Ohio State 91, Iowa 85_______________ 3/7/15 Iowa 96, Western Illinois 81___________ 11/19/15 DOUBLE OVERTIME GAMES (0-4) Michigan State 71, Iowa 70___________ 1/15/95 Iowa State 101, Iowa 94______________ 12/3/03 Louisiana Tech 95, Iowa 91____________ 11/22/05 George Washington 83, Iowa 77_______ 11/27/15 TRIPLE OVERTIME GAMES (1-0) Iowa 97, Penn State 89_______________ 2/1/09

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Individual

Points_____ 32, Tangela Smith vs. UMass, 1998 FG________ 13, Michelle Edwards vs. S.F. Austin, 1988 FGA_______ 22, Michelle Edwards vs. S.F. Austin, 1988 3pt. FG_____ 5, Theairra Taylor vs. Marist, 2014 __________ 5, Jaime Printy vs. Gonzaga, 2011 __________ 5, Arneda Yarbrough vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 1994 __________ 5, Arneda Yarbrough vs. Alabama, 1994 3pt. FGA___ 13, Arneda Yarbrough vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 1994 FT_________ 11, Kachine Alexander vs. Georgia Tech, 2009 FTA_______ 14, Kachine Alexander vs. Georgia Tech, 2009 Rebounds__ 17, Shanda Berry vs. Southern California, 1988 Assists_____ 14, Samantha Logic vs. Baylor, 2015 Blocks_____ 5, Bethany Doolittle vs. Baylor, 2015 __________ 5, Tangela Smith vs. Butler, 1996 Steals______ 7, Laurie Aaron vs. Old Dominion, 1993

Team

Points_____ 89 vs. Oregon, 2001 FG________ 34 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1989 __________ 34 vs. S.F. Austin, 1988 FGA_______ 75 vs. Alabama, 1994 FG%_______ 61.8% vs. Tennessee Tech (34-of-55), 1989 3pt. FG_____ 13 vs. Gonzaga, 2011 3pt. FGA___ 29 vs. Gonzaga, 2011 FT_________ 28 vs. Tennessee, 1993 FTA_______ 34 vs. Tennessee, 1993 FT%_______ 88.9% vs. American (16-of-18), 2015 Rebounds__ 48 vs. Southern California, 1988 Assists_____ 24 vs. Southern California, 1988 Blocks_____ 8 vs. Virginia Tech, 2004 Steals______ 18 vs. S.F. Austin, 1988

BIG TEN TOURNAMENT

Individual

Points_____ 28, Tangela Smith vs. Ohio State, 1998 FG________ 12, Tangela Smith vs. Ohio State, 1998 FGA_______ 21, Lindsey Meder vs. Northwestern, 2000 3pt. FG_____ 6, Melissa Dixon vs. Ohio State, 2015 3pt. FGA___ 12, Melissa Dixon vs. Ohio State, 2015 __________ 12, Jaime Printy vs. Penn State, 2010 FT_________ 11, Cara Consuegra vs. Purdue, 2001 FTA_______ 14, Cara Consuegra vs. Purdue, 2001 Rebounds__ 15, Randi Peterson vs. Indiana, 2001 Assists_____ 11, Samantha Logic vs. Purdue, 2014 Blocks_____ 6, Chase Coley vs. Michigan, 2016 __________ 6, Bethany Doolittle vs. Ohio State, 2015 __________ 6, Morgan Johnson vs. Nebraska, 2012 Steals______ 6, Whitney Jennings vs. Michigan, 2016 __________ 6, Randi Peterson vs. Northwestern, 2000

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POSTSEASON RECORDS Team

Points_____ 97 vs. Michigan, 2016 FG________ 37 vs. Michigan, 2016 FGA_______ 70 vs. Ohio State, 2015 FG%_______ 60.7% vs. Michigan (37-61), 2016 3pt. FG_____ 11 vs. Penn State, 2010 3pt. FGA___ 26 vs. Nebraska, 2013 FT_________ 28 vs. Indiana, 2001 FTA_______ 35 vs. Indiana, 2001 FT%_______ 1.000 vs. Purdue (12-of-12), 1998 __________ .955 vs. Penn State (21-of-22), 2010 * - 20 attempts Rebounds__ 52 vs. Northwestern, 2003 Assists_____ 28 vs. Michigan, 2016 Blocks_____ 12 vs. Michigan, 2016 Steals______ 15 vs. Illinois, 1997

WNIT

Team

Points_____ 93 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 FG________ 35 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 FGA_______ 68 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 FG%_______ 52.9% at Nebraska (27-of-51), 2005 3pt. FG_____ 9 at SMS, 2005 3pt. FGA___ 20 vs. Marquette, 2003 FT_________ 19 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 FTA_______ 22 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 FT%_______ 88.2% vs. Marquette (15-of-17), 2003 Rebounds__ 57 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 Assists_____ 26 at SMS, 2005 Blocks_____ 4 vs. Saint Louis, 2003 __________ 4 vs. Marquette, 2003 Steals______ 12 vs. Creighton, 2005

Individual

Points_____ 23, Jamie Cavey vs. Creighton, 2005 FG________ 9, Megan Gustafson vs. Ball State, 2016 __________ 9, Jamie Cavey at SMS, 2005 __________ 9, Jamie Cavey vs. Marquette, 2003 FGA_______ 19, Crystal Smith vs. Arkansas State, 2005 __________ 19, Jamie Cavey at SMS, 2005 3pt. FG_____ 4, Jenna Armstrong at SMS, 2005 3pt. FGA___ 6, Kristi Faulkner vs. Marquette, 2003 __________ 6, Johanna Solverson vs. Marquette, 2003 FT_________ 7, Kristi Faulkner vs. Marquette, 2003 FTA_______ 8, Jamie Cavey vs. Arkansas State, 2005 Rebounds__ 13, Jamie Cavey at SMS, 2005 Assists_____ 8, Johanna Solverson, at SMS, 2005 Blocks_____ 4, Jennie Lillis vs. Marquette, 2003 Steals______ 5, Crystal Smith vs Creighton, 2005


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

INDIVIDUAL/TEAM TOP 10

INDIVIDUAL Scoring

Player___________________________Pts._________________ 1._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________672_________________ 2._________Franthea Price_____________________614_________________ 3._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________484_________________ 4 Michelle Edwards__________________621_________________ 5._________Tangela Smith_____________________577_________________ 6. _________Lindsey Meder____________________516_________________ 7._________Amy Herrig_______________________504_________________ 8._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________539_________________ 9._________Crystal Smith______________________499_________________ 10.________Crystal Smith______________________556_________________ Jamie Cavey______________________487_________________ Jaime Printy______________________520_________________

Rebounding

Player___________________________Reb._________________ 1._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________300_________________ 2._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________237_________________ 3._________Amy Herrig_______________________306_________________ 4._________Kachine Alexander_________________281_________________ 5._________Cindy Haugejorde_________________295_________________ 6._________Lisa Long_________________________267_________________ Kachine Alexander_________________295_________________ 8._________Jerica Watson_____________________264_________________ 9._________Jenni Mayer_______________________196_________________ 10.________Shanda Berry_____________________276_________________

Assists

Player___________________________Ast._________________ 1._________Samantha Logic___________________276_________________ 2._________Samantha Logic___________________269_________________ 3._________Samantha Logic___________________217_________________ 4._________Cara Consuegra___________________191_________________ 5._________Cara Consuegra___________________153_________________ 6._________Cara Consuegra___________________138_________________ 7._________Lisa Anderson_____________________128_________________ 8._________April Calhoun_____________________153_________________ 9._________Nadine Domond___________________135_________________ 10.________Michelle Edwards__________________140_________________ 11.________Samantha Logic___________________136_________________

Steals

Player___________________________Steals_______________ 1._________Laurie Aaron______________________122_________________ 2._________Laurie Aaron______________________101_________________ 3._________Franthea Price_____________________95__________________ 4._________Franthea Price_____________________84__________________ 4._________Michelle Edwards__________________89__________________ 6._________Lynn Kennedy_____________________79__________________ 7._________Jerica Watson_____________________72__________________ Steph Schueler____________________76__________________ 9._________Samantha Logic___________________88__________________ Crystal Smith______________________70__________________ Crystal Smith______________________80__________________

FG Percentage

Player___________________________FG-FGA______________ 1._________Cathy Marx_______________________71-106_______________ 2._________Jamie Cavey______________________73-114_______________ 3._________Bethany Doolittle__________________226-409______________ 4._________Lisa Becker_______________________135-255______________ 5._________Michelle Edwards__________________265-457______________ 6._________Jamie Cavey______________________190-338______________ 7._________Tangela Smith_____________________240-429______________ 8._________Shanda Berry_____________________205-368______________ 9._________Toni Foster_______________________189-341______________ Cathy Marx_______________________139-251______________

3-PT FG Percentage

Player___________________________3PT-3PTA____________ 1._________Franthea Price_____________________28-46________________ 2._________Kristi Smith_______________________45-91________________ 3._________Wendy Ausdemore_________________78-171_______________ 4._________Melissa Dixon_____________________124-275______________ 4._________Franthea Price_____________________47-108_______________ 6._________Lindsey Meder____________________49-114_______________ 7._________Kristi Faulkner_____________________57-129_______________ 8._________Kali Peschel_______________________23-53________________ 9._________Lindsey Meder____________________84-194_______________ 10.________Wendy Ausdemore_________________62-149_______________ 11.________Kristi Smith_______________________22-53________________ 12.________Kristi Smith_______________________65-157_______________

FT Percentage

Player___________________________FT-FTA_______________ 1._________Jaime Printy______________________135-146______________ 2._________Wendy Ausdemore_________________55-61________________ 3._________Melissa Dixon_____________________70-78________________ 4._________Melissa Dixon_____________________51-57________________ 5._________Lindsey Meder____________________101-113______________ 6._________Jaime Printy______________________83-94________________ 7._________Kristi Faulkner_____________________145-165______________ 8._________Kristi Faulkner_____________________92-106_______________ 9._________Jaime Printy______________________114-132______________ 10.________Kristi Smith_______________________109-127______________ 11.________Megan Skouby____________________97-114_______________

TEAM Avg.________________ 23.2________________ 21.2________________ 21.0________________ 20.1________________ 19.9________________ 19.1________________ 18.7________________ 18.6________________ 17.2________________ 16.8________________ 16.8________________ 16.8________________

Year 79-80 89-90 77-78 87-88 97-98 99-00 98-99 78-79 05-06 04-05 03-04 10-11

Avg.________________ 13.0________________ 11.9________________ 11.3________________ 10.4________________ 10.2________________ 9.5_________________ 9.5_________________ 9.4_________________ 9.3_________________ 9.2_________________

Year 77-78 76-77 98-99 09-10 79-80 84-85 10-11 01-02 75-76 88-89

Avg.________________ 8.1_________________ 7.5_________________ 6.4_________________ 6.2_________________ 5.8_________________ 5.1_________________ 4.7_________________ 4.6_________________ 4.5_________________ 4.5_________________ 4.4_________________

Year 14-15 13-14 12-13 00-01 98-99 99-00 83-84 02-03 96-97 87-88 11-12

Avg.________________ 3.9_________________ 3.5_________________ 3.0_________________ 2.9_________________ 2.9_________________ 2.7_________________ 2.6_________________ 2.6_________________ 2.4_________________ 2.4_________________ 2.4_________________

Year 92-93 91-92 88-89 89-90 87-88 85-86 01-02 90-91 13-14 05-06 03-04

Pct._________________ .670________________ .640________________ .553________________ .529________________ .580________________ .562________________ .559________________ .557________________ .554________________ .554________________

Year 91-92 02-03 13-14 85-86 87-88 03-04 97-98 88-89 90-91 93-94

Pct._________________ .608________________ .495________________ .456________________ .451________________ .451________________ .449________________ .442________________ .434________________ .433________________ .416________________ .415________________ .414________________

Year 87-88 06-07 07-08 14-15 89-90 98-99 03-04 14-15 01-02 06-07 05-06 08-09

Pct._________________ .925________________ .902________________ .897________________ .895________________ .894________________ .883________________ .879________________ .868________________ .864________________ .858________________ .851________________

Year 12-13 06-07 13-14 14-15 00-01 09-10 02-03 03-04 10-11 06-07 06-07

Scoring

Year________________________________Pts.________________________________ 1.___________ 2014-15_____________________________2703_______________________________ 2.___________ 2013-14_____________________________2814_______________________________ 3.___________ 1987-88_____________________________2406_______________________________ 4.___________ 2000-01_____________________________1927_______________________________ 5.___________ 1978-9______________________________2220_______________________________ 6.___________ 1989-90_____________________________2210_______________________________ 2001-02_____________________________2209_______________________________ 8.___________ 1988-89_____________________________2409_______________________________ 9.___________ 2003-04_____________________________2129_______________________________ 10.__________ 1992-93_____________________________2258_______________________________ 11.__________ 1980-81_____________________________1816_______________________________

Rebounding

Year________________________________Reb.________________________________ 1.___________ 1977-78_____________________________965________________________________ 1995-96_____________________________1298_______________________________ 3.___________ 1992-93_____________________________1297_______________________________ 4.___________ 1994-95_____________________________1144_______________________________ 5.___________ 1978-79_____________________________1173_______________________________ 6.___________ 1975-76_____________________________1131_______________________________ 7.___________ 2001-02_____________________________1167_______________________________ 8.___________ 2010-11_____________________________1238_______________________________ 9.___________ 1984-85_____________________________1105_______________________________ 1999-00_____________________________1067_______________________________

Assists

Year________________________________Ast.________________________________ 1.___________ 1981-82_____________________________287________________________________ 2.___________ 2000-01_____________________________572________________________________ 3.___________ 2014-15_____________________________614________________________________ 4.___________ 2013-14_____________________________644________________________________ 2001-02_____________________________518________________________________ 6.___________ 2002-03_____________________________567________________________________ 7.___________ 1991-92_____________________________490________________________________ 8.___________ 2005-06_____________________________486________________________________ 9.___________ 2003-04_____________________________485________________________________ 10.__________ 1998-99_____________________________432________________________________ 2011-12_____________________________514________________________________

Steals

Year________________________________Steals______________________________ 1.___________ 1988-89_____________________________414________________________________ 2.___________ 1987-88_____________________________393________________________________ 3.___________ 1991-92_____________________________365________________________________ 4.___________ 1989-90_____________________________349________________________________ 5.___________ 1992-93_____________________________345________________________________ 6.___________ 1986-87_____________________________328________________________________ 7.___________ 1985-86_____________________________298________________________________ 8.___________ 1990-91_____________________________301________________________________ 9.___________ 1983-84_____________________________258________________________________ 2000-01_____________________________299________________________________

3-PT FG Percentage

Year________________________________3PT-3PTA___________________________ 1.___________ 2006-07_____________________________157-391_____________________________ 2.___________ 1989-90_____________________________80-200______________________________ 3.___________ 2014-15_____________________________274-696_____________________________ 4.___________ 2007-08_____________________________197-506_____________________________ 5.___________ 1987-88_____________________________33-86_______________________________ 6.___________ 1998-99_____________________________93-247______________________________ 7.___________ 2000-01_____________________________175-473_____________________________ 8.___________ 2009-10_____________________________269-729_____________________________ 9.___________ 1993-94_____________________________51-139______________________________ 10.__________ 2008-09_____________________________196-537_____________________________ 11.__________ 2003-04_____________________________176-483_____________________________

FG Percentage

Year________________________________FG-FGA_____________________________ 1.___________ 1987-88_____________________________997-2009____________________________ 2.___________ 1985-86_____________________________846-1737____________________________ 3.___________ 1986-87_____________________________928-1919____________________________ 3.___________ 1988-89_____________________________977-2018____________________________ 5.___________ 1990-91_____________________________822-1732____________________________ 6.___________ 1991-92_____________________________842-1793____________________________ 7.___________ 2004-05_____________________________858-1831____________________________ 8.___________ 1989-90_____________________________893-1922____________________________ 1996-97_____________________________801-1721____________________________ 10.__________ 1997-98_____________________________769-1662____________________________

FT Percentage

Year________________________________FT-FTA______________________________ 1.___________ 2011-12_____________________________446-562_____________________________ 2.___________ 2008-09_____________________________462-583_____________________________ 3.___________ 2006-07_____________________________461-585_____________________________ 4.___________ 2009-10_____________________________452-586_____________________________ 5.___________ 2003-04_____________________________433-563_____________________________ 6.___________ 2010-11_____________________________478-628_____________________________ 7.___________ 2005-06_____________________________447-588_____________________________ 8.___________ 2012-13_____________________________440-582_____________________________ 9.___________ 1980-81_____________________________338-455_____________________________ 10.__________ 2013-14_____________________________557-750_____________________________ 2002-03_____________________________512-689_____________________________

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Avg. 79.5 78.2 77.6 76.7 76.5 76.2 76.2 75.3 73.4 72.8 72.6

Avg. 41.9 41.9 41.8 40.9 40.4 40.3 40.2 39.9 39.5 39.5

Avg. 19.1 18.5 18.1 17.9 17.9 17.2 16.9 16.8 16.7 16.6 16.6

Avg. 12.9 12.7 12.6 12.0 11.1 10.6 10.2 10.0 9.6 9.6

Pct. .402 .400 .394 .389 .384 .377 .370 .369 .367 .365 .364

Pct. .496 .487 .484 .484 .475 .470 .469 .465 .465 .463

Pct. .794 .792 .788 .771 .769 .761 .760 .756 .744 .743 .743


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IOWA COACHING RECORDS Big Ten Games

Off. Def. Year Coach W‑L Home Away Avg. Avg. W‑L Finish 1974-75 Lark Birdsong 5-16 1-3 4-13 49.9 --1975-76 Lark Birdsong 9-18 3-7 6-11 55.2 --1976-77 Lark Birdsong 10-11 3-5 7-6 66.0 --1977-78 Lark Birdsong 8-15 3-4 5-11 70.9 --1978-79 Lark Birdsong 18-11 7-2 11-9 76.5 --1979-80 Judy McMullen 15-14 5-5 10-9 68.5 --1980-81 Judy McMullen 8-17 4-4 4-13 72.6 77.8 1981-82 Judy McMullen 8-17 3-6 5-11 62.4 72.7 1982-83 Judy McMullen 7-20 6-7 1-13 62.7 70.9 2-16 T-9th 1983-84 C. Vivian Stringer 17-10 10-2 7-8 65.8 58.8 11-7 T-3rd 1984-85 C. Vivian Stringer 20-8 11-1 9-7 64.2 55.4 14-4 2nd 1985-86 C. Vivian Stringer 22-7 14-1 8-6 66.7 57.0 15-3 2nd 1986-87 C. Vivian Stringer 26-5 14-1 12-4 71.1 56.9 17-1 T-1st 1987-88 C. Vivian Stringer 29-2 14-0 15-2 77.6 57.6 17-1 1st 1988-89 C. Vivian Stringer 27-5 14-0 12-5 75.3 59.8 16-2 T-1st 1989-90 C. Vivian Stringer 23-6 11-3 12-3 76.2 57.9 15-3 T-1st 1990-91 C. Vivian Stringer 21-9 11-2 10-7 67.8 59.2 13-5 T-2nd 1991-92 C. Vivian Stringer 25-4 13-1 12-3 70.7 58.0 16-2 1st 1992-93 C. Vivian Stringer 27-4 15-0 12-4 72.8 54.3 16-2 T-1st 1993-94 C. Vivian Stringer 21-7 11-2 10-5 63.9 57.8 13-5 3rd 1994-95 C. Vivian Stringer 11-17 6-5 5-12 58.7 58.6 6-10 9th 1995-96 Angie Lee 27-4 14-0 9-4 69.4 59.4 15-1 1st 1996-97 Angie Lee 18-12 6-5 12-7 67.3 59.9 9-7 T-4th 1997-98 Angie Lee 18-11 10-3 8-8 68.5 65.1 13-3 1st 1998-99 Angie Lee 12-15 7-6 5-9 70.4 72.4 7-9 8th 1999-00 Angie Lee 9-18 7-6 2-12 67.3 70.7 6-10 7th 2000-01 Lisa Bluder 21-10 12-2 9-8 76.7 69.6 12-4 T-2nd 2001-02 Lisa Bluder 18-11 9-4 9-7 76.2 70.1 10-6 4th 2002-03 Lisa Bluder 18-15 12-5 6-10 72.0 71.0 6-10 7th 2003-04 Lisa Bluder 16-13 7-6 9-7 73.4 73.4 10-6 T-4th 2004-05 Lisa Bluder 23-10 11-4 12-6 69.8 64.4 8-8 6th 2005-06 Lisa Bluder 17-12 11-3 5-6 72.3 66.0 10-6 5th 2006-07 Lisa Bluder 14-16 7-8 7-8 67.8 71.7 6-10 T-8th 2007-08 Lisa Bluder 21-11 13-3 6-5 65.7 60.2 13-5 T-1st 2008-09 Lisa Bluder 21-11 13-2 6-6 68.0 63.9 13-5 T-2nd 2009-10 Lisa Bluder 20-14 12-4 4-8 69.4 66.9 10-8 T-3rd 2010-11 Lisa Bluder 22-9 12-2 10-7 71.0 63.9 10-6 T-3rd 2011-12 Lisa Bluder 19-12 13-2 5-7 71.4 65.9 11-5 T-2nd 2012-13 Lisa Bluder 21-13 12-6 6-6 67.5 62.4 8-8 7th 2013-14 Lisa Bluder 27-9 14-4 7-4 78.2 69.3 11-5 T-4th 2014-15 Lisa Bluder 26-8 18-0 6-5 79.5 72.6 14-4 2nd 2015-16 Lisa Bluder 19-14 11-5 5-7 73.2 71.3 8-10 9th Totals 764-471 410-141 325-309 381-197 Coach Overall Conference Lark Birdsong (74-79) 50-71 (.413) --Judy McMullen (79-83) 38-68 (.359) 2-16 (.111) C. Vivian Stringer (83-95) 269-84 (.762) 169-45 (.790) Angie Lee (95-00) 84-60 (.583) 50-30 (.625) Lisa Bluder (00-) 323-188 (.632) 160-106 (.602)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1974-75

(5-16 - Lark Birdsong)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ 11/20_____ at Drake_______________ 11/25_____ William Penn___________ 12/3______ at Grandview___________ Big Ten Championship 12/6______ Indiana________________ 12/6______ Minnesota_____________ 12/7______ Illinois________________ 12/8______ Wisconsin_____________ 12/15_____ at Northern Illinois______ 1/17______ at Mt. Mercy____________ 1/18______ Wartburg______________ 1/21______ at Iowa Wesleyan_______ 1/25______ at Western Illinois_______ 1/28______ at William Penn_________ 1/31______ Cornell________________ 2/2_______ Iowa State_____________ 2/8_______ at Northern Iowa________ IAIAW District Championship 2/14______ William Penn___________ 2/15______ Iowa Wesleyan__________ 2/17______ Mt. Mercy______________ 3/1_______ Coe___________________ 3/2_______ Marycrest______________

W-L________ Score L___________ 64-75 L___________ 29-74 L_______unavailable L___________ W__________ W__________ L___________ W__________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________ L___________ L___________

58-86 55-33 62-46 49-65 58-37 66-76 52-60 58-67 50-62 33-91 91-23 47-65 39-83

L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________

22-73 32-68 59-70 45-47 73-37

1975-76

(9-18 - Lark Birdsong)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ 11/17_____ Mt. Mercy______________ 11/18_____ at Drake_______________ 11/25_____ Upper Iowa____________ 12/2______ Coe___________________ 12/5______ at Iowa State___________ 12/7______ at Central Missouri______ 12/10_____ Grandview ____________ 12/11_____ Central________________ 1/9_______ at Mt. Mercy ___________ 1/10______ Graceland_____________ 1/16______ Central________________ 1/18______ at UW - Platteville_______ 1/20______ at Coe_________________ 1/24______ Illinois State____________ 1/27______ Clarke College__________ 1/28______ at Luther______________ 1/31______ Northern Illinois________ 2/3_______ at William Penn_________ Big Ten Championship 2/4_______ Illinois________________ 2/4_______ Michigan State_________ 2/5_______ Purdue________________ IAIAW District Championship 2/13______ St. Ambrose____________ 2/14______ Mt. Mercy______________ 2/14______ Coe___________________ 2/15______ Iowa Wesleyan__________ 2/16______ Mt. Mercy______________ 2/16______ Drake_________________

W-L________ Score L___________ 41-70 L___________ 62-65 W__________ 70-40 L___________ 58-59 L___________ 63-92 L___________ 56-72 L__________ 53-112 L___________ 56-69 L __________ 75-90 L___________ 52-54 W __________ 57-54 W__________ 91-57 L___________ 51-62 L___________ 48-90 W __________ 68-32 L___________ 45-94 L___________ 53-54 L___________ 39-96 W __________ 63-54 L___________ 54-83 L___________ 42-53 W __________ L___________ W__________ W__________ L __________ W__________

52-27 35-61 66-48 60-54 49-59 67-42

W-L________ W __________ W __________ W _________ W __________ L __________ L___________ W __________ L __________ W __________ W __________ L __________ L __________ W _________ L __________ L __________

Score 79-26 78-40 88-47 54-52 59-82 47-48 74-53 54-58 65-61 76-53 60-69 45-76 70-65 58-71 57-76

1976-77

(10-11 - Lark Birdsong) Date_____ 11/15_____ 11/18_____ 11/22_____ 12/2______ 12/4______ 12/7______ 12/17_____ 1/5_______ 1/19______ 1/22______ 1/25______ 2/1_______ 2/5_______ 2/6_______ 2/8_______

Opponent_____________ at Marshalltown CC______ at Upper Iowa__________ at St. Ambrose__________ Central________________ Drake_________________ Iowa Wesleyan _________ at Indian Hills CC _______ at Illinois______________ Mt. Mercy______________ UW - Platteville_________ Simpson_______________ William Penn ___________ at N. Iowa CC __________ at Iowa State___________ Luther________________

Big Ten Championships 2/10______ Illinois ________________ 2/11______ Purdue _______________ IAIAW State Championship 2/15______ Indian Hills CC__________ 2/18______ Drake ________________ 2/18______ Luther _______________ 2/18______ Iowa State_____________

L __________ 40-53 L___________ 63-67 W __________ L __________ W __________ L __________

70-47 56-64 77-71 73-82

1977-78

(8-15 - Lark Birdsong)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ 11/15_____ at Simpson____________ 11/18_____ Drake_________________ 11/21_____ at Luther______________ 11/22_____ at Grandview___________ 11/29_____ Central________________ 12/3______ Iowa State_____________ 12/10_____ at Iowa Wesleyan_______ 12/16_____ William Penn___________ Jennies Classic (Warrensburg, MO) 1/12______ Central Missouri________ 1/13______ vs. Nebraska___________ 1/14______ vs. South Dakota State___ 1/17______ Iowa Wesleyan__________ 1/21______ Illinois________________ 2/4_______ Northern Iowa__________ 1/31______ at Central______________ 1/27______ at Northern Illinois______ 1/29______ at Mt. Mercy _________ Big Ten Championship 2/4_______ Purdue________________ 2/14______ at William Penn ________ 2/18______ Minnesota_____________ IAIAW State Championship 2/23______ Iowa State ____________ 2/24______ Drake_________________ 2/25______ Iowa State ___________

W-L________ Score L __________ 78-84 L __________ 66-77 L __________ 60-72 W __________ 88-73 W __________ 70-44 L _______ 71-74 (ot) W __________ 81-54 L __________ 53-70 L___________ L___________ W __________ W__________ L __________ W __________ L___________ W__________ L___________

63-70 63-71 73-63 76-48 60-62 74-54 66-76 96-44 75-86

L __________ 63-72 L __________ 57-82 L___________ 79-84 W__________ 77-60 L __________ 60-88 L __________ 82-87

1978-79

(18-11 - Lark Birdsong)

Date_____ Opponent ___________ W-L ________ Score 11/15_____ Simpson __________ W ________ 101-75 11/17_____ at William Penn ________ L __________ 72-81 William Woods Tournament (Fulton, MO) 11/24_____ vs. Missouri Southern ____ W _________ 89-84 11/25_____ vs. Western Illinois_______ W __________ 75-66 11/25_____ William Woods__________ L __________ 58-64 11/27_____ Northern Iowa _________ W _________ 106-61 12/2______ Wisconsin ___________ W __________ 75-68 12/4______ Iowa State ___________ W __________ 87-70 12/8______ at Central College_______ W __________ 76-70 12/12_____ at Drake ______________ L __________ 80-94 12/15_____ Nebraska-Omaha ______ W __________ 63-61 12/23_____ Minnesota_____________ W __________ 91-82 1/5_______ at Central Missouri______ L___________ 62-72 1/8_______ at Kansas State _________ L __________ 80-93 1/9_______ at Northeast Missouri____ W __________ 62-50 1/19______ at Illinois State__________ W __________ 82-71 1/20______ at Illinois______________ L __________ 53-60 1/23______ Mt. Mercy______________ L __________ 66-71 1/26______ at Northern Iowa ______ W _________ 90-55 1/30______ Drake ________________ L __________ 63-96 2/3_______ at Minnesota___________ L __________ 79-90 2/6_______ St. Ambrose____________ W _________ 82-59 Big Ten Championship 2/8_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 79-70 2/9_______ Minnesota_____________ L __________ 64-86 2/14______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 81-70 2/17______ Northwest Missouri______ W__________ 71-63 2/19______ Grandview_____________ W__________ 72-69 IAIAW State Championship 2/22______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 68-67 2/24______ Drake_________________ L__________ 71-101

1979-80

(15-14 - Judy McMullen)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/16_____ Delta State_____________ L___________ 73-77 11/17_____ Western Illinois_________ W__________ 86-55 11/27_____ William Penn___________ L___________ 68-69 11/28_____ Central Missouri________ L___________ 76-89 12/1______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 68-51 12/4______ at Grandview___________ W__________ 96-66 12/11_____ Drake_________________ L___________ 62-71 12/15_____ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 69-80 12/22_____ at Nebraska____________ L___________ 66-67 1/3_______ Brigham Young_________ L__________ 79-103 1/4_______ Washington State_______ W__________ 69-51 1/5_______ at Utah________________ L___________ 73-77 1/9_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 71-44 1/14______ at Colorado State _______ W__________ 74-67 1/16______ at Texas Women’s_______ W__________ 58-50 1/18______ at Texas_______________ L___________ 49-75 1/25______ DePaul________________ W__________ 58-56 1/29______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 66-50 2/2_______ at South Dakota________ W__________ 70-48 2/4_______ at Drake_______________ L___________ 67-76 Big Ten Championship 2/8_______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 61-60 2/9_______ Northwestern__________ L___________ 66-69 2/10______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 63-58 2/12______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 70-68 2/16______ at Northwest Missouri ___ L___________ 50-71 2/23______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 67-92 IAIAW Sub-Regional Championship 2/28______ Northwest Missouri______ L________ 71-73 (ot) Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, AK) 3/14______ vs. Wyoming___________ W__________ 68-65 3/15______ at Alaska______________ W__________ 73-52

1980-81

(8-17 - Judy McMullen)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ 11/13_____ Texas_________________ L___________ 11/15_____ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 11/21_____ South Dakota__________ L___________ 11/22_____ Minnesota_____________ L___________ 11/25_____ at William Penn_________ L___________ 12/2______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ New Mexico State Invitational (Las Cruces, NM) 12/4______ vs. Portland State_______ W__________ 12/5______ vs. Wichita State________ L___________ 12/6______ at New Mexico State_____ W__________ 12/11_____ Utah__________________ W__________ 12/13_____ at DePaul______________ W__________ 12/23_____ Drake_________________ L___________ 12/30_____ at Illinois ______________ L___________ Lady Griz Insurance Classic (Missoula, MT) 1/6_______ at Montana____________ L___________ 1/7_______ vs. Brigham Young______ L___________ 1/10______ Grand View____________ W__________ 1/13______ at South Dakota________ L___________ 1/21______ at Iowa State___________ W__________ 1/24______ at Western Illinois_______ L___________ 1/27______ Northwest Missouri______ W__________ 1/30______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 2/3_______ at Drake_______________ L___________ Big Ten Championship 2/13______ Wisconsin_____________ L___________ 2/20______ at UIC_________________ L___________ 2/21______ at Northwestern________ L___________

Score 62-82 69-73 72-75 71-94 64-80 67-66 88-82 76-87 83-69 89-83 97-87 71-74 76-78 54-63 76-87 81-68 68-78 66-62 81-83 83-70 52-71 56-83 67-88 77-78 63-85

1981-82

(8-17 - Judy McMullen)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/15_____ Minnesota_____________ L___________ 52-77 Cal-Poly Straw Hat Pizza Classic (San Luis Obispo, CA) 11/19_____ vs. Pacific______________ L___________ 70-81 11/20_____ vs. Biola_______________ W__________ 73-68 11/21_____ Cal-Poly_______________ W__________ 64-57

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 12/2______ at Iowa State___________ 12/6______ Northwestern__________ 12/11_____ William Penn___________ 12/12_____ Illinois________________ 12/19_____ UIC___________________ 1/5_______ Northern Illinois________ 1/8_______ Western Illinois_________ 1/12______ at National College______ 1/21______ Iowa State_____________ 1/23______ at Central Missouri______ 1/25______ at Minnesota___________ 1/27______ at Northern Iowa________ 1/29______ at Nebraska-Omaha_____ 1/30______ at Creighton___________ 2/6_______ Drake_________________ Big Ten Tournament 2/12______ Wisconsin_____________ 2/17______ at Grandview___________ 2/20______ at Drake_______________ 2/26______ Central Missouri________ 3/3_______ Wisconsin_____________ IAIAW Region 6 Championship 3/11______ Iowa State_____________

L___________ 59-82 L___________ 80-92 L___________ 68-85 L___________ 51-76 W__________ 69-52 L___________ 57-69 W__________ 72-68 W__________ 66-59 W__________ 62-44 L___________ 53-81 L___________ 43-90 W_______ 74-68 (ot) L___________ 54-64 L___________ 66-74 L___________ 63-77 L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________ L___________

64-78 54-76 61-96 68-62 64-78

L___________ 52-64

1982-83

(7-20, 2-16 - Judy McMullen) Date_____ Opponent_____________ 11/19_____ at Bradley______________ 11/23_____ Iowa State_____________ 12/5______ at Drake_______________ Sun Devil/Dial Classic (Tempe, AZ) 12/9______ vs. California___________ 12/10_____ vs. Wyoming___________ 12/11_____ Idaho State____________ 12/18_____ National College________ 12/30_____ at Northern Illinois______ 1/7_______ at Michigan State_______ 1/9_______ at Michigan____________ 1/12______ Northern Iowa__________ 1/16______ Northwestern__________ 1/21______ Minnesota_____________ 1/23______ Wisconsin_____________ 1/28______ at Ohio State___________ 1/30______ at Indiana______________ 2/4_______ Illinois________________ 2/6_______ Purdue________________ 2/11______ at Purdue______________ 2/14______ at Illinois______________ 2/18______ Indiana________________ 2/20______ Ohio State_____________ 2/23______ at Wisconsin___________ 2/27______ at Minnesota___________ 3/4_______ at Northwestern________ 3/10______ Michigan______________ 2/12______ Michigan State_________

W-L________ W__________ W__________ L___________

Score 85-82 64-59 75-88

L___________ L___________ W__________ W__________ L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ L___________ W__________ L___________

66-89 63-79 74-65 71-52 71-74 56-64 62-83 66-65 56-71 62-73 47-68 57-77 51-68 69-71 76-70 53-63 69-71 59-65 57-72 44-68 53-78 54-81 72-50 62-70

1983-84

(17-10, 11-7 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/28_____ Drake_________________ L___________ 56-58 12/1______ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 71-64 12/5______ at Iowa State___________ W_______ 86-75 (ot) Indiana State Classic (Terre Haute, IN) 12/9______ at Indiana State_________ W__________ 82-53 12/10_____ vs. Evansville___________ W__________ 76-64 12/16_____ Bradley________________ W__________ 70-46 Dial Classic (Miami, FL) 12/30_____ Connecticut____________ W__________ 78-43 12/31_____ Northern Illinois________ L___________ 65-69 1/3_______ at Delta State___________ L___________ 70-93 1/6_______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 70-62 1/6_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 70-51 1/8_______ at Northwestern________ L___________ 51-59 1/18______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 55-57 1/22______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 49-50 1/27______ Ohio State_____________ L___________ 56-64 1/29______ Indiana________________ W__________ 54-50 2/2_______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 55-64 2/5_______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 49-39 2/10______ Purdue________________ W__________ 78-40 2/13______ Illinois________________ W__________ 74-65

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2/17______ 2/19______ 2/24______ 2/26______ 3/3_______ 3/8_______ 3/10______

at Indiana______________ at Ohio State___________ Wisconsin_____________ Minnesota_____________ Northwestern__________ at Michigan____________ at Michigan State_______

ALL-TIME RESULTS L___________ L___________ W__________ W__________ W__________ W__________ W__________

62-68 60-82 46-37 79-58 72-61 71-54 72-62

1984-85

(20-8, 14-4 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ 11/28_____ at Drake_______________ L___________ San Jose State Classic (San Jose, CA) 11/30_____ vs. Southern California___ L___________ 12/1______ at San Jose State________ W__________ 12/9______ Illinois State____________ W__________ 12/15_____ Iowa State_____________ W__________ La Salle Tournament (Philadelphia, PA) 12/27_____ vs. SW Louisiana________ W__________ 12/28_____ at La Salle______________ W__________ 12/29_____ Saint Joseph’s__________ L___________ 1/2_______ at Penn State___________ L___________ 1/4_______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 1/6_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 1/9_______ Nebraska______________ W__________ 1/10______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 1/17______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 1/19______ Michigan______________ W__________ 1/24______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 1/26______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 1/31______ Indiana________________ W__________ 2/3_______ Ohio State_____________ L___________ 2/8_______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 2/15______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 2/17______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 2/22______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 2/24______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 3/1_______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 3/3_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 3/7_______ Illinois________________ W__________ 3/9_______ Purdue________________ W__________

Score 59-69 57-77 67-45 65-57 81-41 62-39 70-51 60-61 47-87 68-54 66-61 62-41 60-38 53-36 70-45 70-51 54-65 69-49 47-56 66-58 79-49 77-55 64-52 71-61 41-64 48-63 79-66 85-61

1985-86

(22-7, 15-3 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/22_____ Bradley________________ W__________ 75-39 11/23_____ Memphis ______________ W__________ 77-56 11/25_____ Creighton_____________ W__________ 66-60 Louisiana State Crawfish Classic (Baton Rouge, LA) 11/29_____ vs. Miami, Fla.__________ W__________ 83-63 11/30_____ at Louisiana State_______ L___________ 56-57 12/2______ at W. Kentucky__________ L___________ 67-77 12/4______ at Iowa State___________ W__________ 63-57 12/8______ Penn State_____________ W__________ 65-63 12/11_____ Drake_________________ L___________ 63-64 1/3_______ Purdue________________ W__________ 79-52 1/5_______ Illinois________________ W__________ 74-57 1/10______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 66-63 1/17______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 60-57 1/19______ at Michigan____________ L___________ 56-58 1/24______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 72-58 1/26______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 68-32 1/31______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 47-46 2/2_______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 54-70 2/7_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 61-51 2/10______ Miami, Fla._____________ W__________ 75-46 2/14______ Michigan______________ W__________ 63-42 2/16______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 61-48 2/21______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 61-47 2/23______ at Northwestern________ W_______ 69-66 (ot) 2/28______ Ohio State _____________ W__________ 75-64 3/2_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 63-47 3/6_______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 68-78 3/8_______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 80-63 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Knoxville, TN) 3/20______ at Tennessee___________ L___________ 68-73

1986-87

(26-5, 17-1 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent ____________ W-L________ Score Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/29_____ Boston________________ W__________ 70-48 11/30_____ Tennessee_____________ L___________ 56-74 12/2______ at Nebraska____________ L___________ 74-85 12/3______ at Drake_______________ W__________ 71-57 12/4______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 70-51 12/13_____ at Illinois State__________ W__________ 71-56 12/21_____ Western Kentucky_______ W__________ 67-47 North Carolina State Classic (Raleigh, NC) 12/29_____ vs. Penn State__________ L________ 74-78 (ot) 12/30_____ vs. Indiana_____________ W__________ 63-56 1/2_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 83-44 1/4_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 72-61 1/7_______ Louisiana State_________ W__________ 68-49 1/9_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 81-40 1/19______ Illinois________________ W__________ 80-53 1/18______ Purdue________________ W__________ 68-54 1/23______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 60-49 1/25______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 54-67 1/30______ Michigan State _________ W__________ 83-61 2/1_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 75-54 2/6_______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 78-60 2/13______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 86-68 2/15______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 70-54 2/20______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 66-54 2/22______ Indiana________________ W__________ 71-50 2/27______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 78-54 3/1_______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 71-49 3/4_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 70-53 3/7_______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 78-56 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/15______ New Orleans___________ W__________ 68-46 NCAA Midwest Regional (Monroe, LA) 3/19______ vs. Georgia_____________ W__________ 62-60 3/21______ Louisiana Tech__________ L___________ 65-66

1987-88

(29-2, 17-1 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date______ Opponent_____________ W-L_________ Score Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/28_____ Missouri_______________ W__________ 85-71 11/28_____ Georgia_______________ W__________ 66-56 11/29_____ at Iowa State___________ W__________ 93-49 Northern Illinois Fastbreak Fest (DeKalb, IL) 12/5______ vs. Long Beach State_____ W__________ 82-75 12/6______ at Northern Illinois______ W__________ 81-73 12/11_____ Nebraska______________ W__________ 68-58 Burger King/Orange Bowl Classic (Miami, FL) 12/28_____ vs. Auburn_____________ W__________ 73-69 12/29_____ vs. Virginia_____________ W__________ 75-59 12/30_____ vs. Texas_______________ W__________ 75-65 1/8_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 79-59 1/10______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 81-43 1/15______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 84-41 1/22______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 90-63 1/24______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 67-57 1/29______ Indiana________________ W__________ 72-48 1/31______ Ohio State _____________ W__________ 75-64 2/2_______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 77-52 2/5_______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 89-54 2/12______ Minnesota ____________ W_________ 100-51 2/16______ Drake_________________ W__________ 74-38 2/19______ Purdue________________ W__________ 66-52 2/21______ Illinois________________ W__________ 87-36 2/26______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 54-58 2/28______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 71-47 3/4_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 76-55 3/6_______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 52-46 3/10______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 76-66 3/12______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 98-50 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/18______ Stephen F. Austin_______ W__________ 83-65 NCAA West Regional (Long Beach, CA) 3/24______ vs. Southern California___ W__________ 79-67 3/26______ at Long Beach State_____ L___________ 78-98


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1988-89 (27-5, 16-2 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date______ Opponent_____________ W-L_________ Score Hawaii Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) 11/25_____ vs. Wyoming___________ W__________ 83-40 11/26_____ vs. Louisiana Tech_______ L___________ 58-62 11/27_____ vs. Washington_________ W__________ 53-51 Kansas Dial Soap Classic (Lawrence, KS) 12/2______ vs. Grambling State______ W__________ 80-66 12/3______ at Kansas______________ L___________ 63-67 12/7______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 79-46 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 12/10_____ Miami of Ohio__________ W__________ 73-44 12/11_____ Wake Forest____________ W__________ 78-62 12/22_____ Oregon State___________ W__________ 90-45 Burger King/Pepsi Classic (Miami, FL) 12/28_____ vs. Oklahoma___________ W__________ 86-69 12/29_____ vs. Nebraska___________ W__________ 84-67 1/6_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 82-42 1/8_______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 89-49 1/13______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 82-64 1/15______ Ohio State _____________ W__________ 84-70 1/18______ at Drake ______________ W__________ 71-65 1/21______ Minnesota _____________ W__________ 97-54 1/27______ Indiana________________ W__________ 77-61 1/29______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 56-67 2/3_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 67-57 2/5_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 63-53 2/10______ Purdue________________ W__________ 66-64 2/12______ Illinois________________ W__________ 82-50 2/17______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 80-73 2/21______ at Ohio State ___________ L___________ 57-66 2/24______ at Indiana______________ W_______ 70-63 (ot) 3/3_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 77-46 3/5_______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 78-52 3/9_______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 79-61 3/11______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 74-63 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/18______ Tennessee Tech_________ W__________ 77-75 NCAA Midwest Regional (Ruston, LA) 3/23______ vs. Stanford____________ L___________ 74-98

1989-90

(23-6, 15-3 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/25_____ Howard_______________ W__________ 90-57 11/26_____ Connecticut____________ W__________ 81-49 11/29_____ at Nebraska____________ W__________ 74-55 Louisiana Tech Dial Soap Classic (Ruston, LA) 12/1______ vs. #21 Saint Joseph’s____ W__________ 76-57 12/2______ at #2 Louisiana Tech_____ L___________ 82-85 12/8______ DePaul________________ W__________ 70-58 12/10_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 70-58 12/17_____ at Iowa State___________ W__________ 75-55 Hilton Head Island Super Shootout (Hilton Head, SC) 12/28_____ at #20 South Carolina____ L___________ 76-82 12/29_____ vs. North Carolina_______ W_________ 106-81 1/5_______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 61-62 1/7_______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 65-54 1/12______ Illinois________________ W__________ 85-51 1/14______ Purdue________________ L___________ 63-66 1/19______ at Minnesota __________ W__________ 79-43 1/26______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 63-52 1/28______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 71-48 2/2_______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 84-52 2/4_______ Northwestern__________ L___________ 63-64 2/9_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 59-51 2/11______ at Purdue______________ W_______ 70-67 (ot) 2/16______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 87-58 2/23______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 94-51 2/25______ Indiana________________ W__________ 85-47 3/2_______ at #13 Northwestern ____ W__________ 64-43 3/4_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 79-60 3/8_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 78-47 3/10______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 86-58 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/17______ Vanderbilt_____________ L___________ 56-61

1990-91

1992-93

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/24_____ UCLA_________________ W__________ 81-52 11/25_____ #19 Louisiana State______ W__________ 73-65 11/29_____ at #23 Connecticut______ W__________ 58-41 12/1______ at #17 Penn State_______ L___________ 62-82 12/4______ at Drake_______________ W__________ 74-49 12/8______ at DePaul______________ W__________ 66-52 12/16_____ Nebraska______________ W__________ 80-46 12/30_____ at #16 Washington______ L___________ 61-71 1/2_______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 67-78 Big Ten - SEC Challenge (Iowa City) 1/5_______ vs. #9 Georgia__________ L___________ 51-62 1/11______ Illinois________________ W__________ 63-47 1/13______ #8 Purdue_____________ L________ 75-84 (ot) 1/18______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 59-74 1/20______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 88-68 1/25______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 70-51 2/1_______ Michigan State _________ L___________ 54-64 2/3_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 79-60 2/5_______ at #18 Northwestern_____ W__________ 64-60 2/8_______ at #4 Purdue___________ W__________ 56-53 2/10______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 63-43 2/15______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 70-47 2/17______ Indiana________________ W__________ 86-55 2/22______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 70-46 2/25______ Louisiana Tech__________ W__________ 72-57 3/1_______ at Michigan ____________ W__________ 76-64 3/3_______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 48-49 3/7_______ #20 Northwestern_______ W__________ 67-58 3/9_______ Wisconsin_____________ W_______ 85-76 (ot) NCAA Championships - First Round (Missoula, MT) 3/13______ at Montana____________ W__________ 64-53 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Seattle, WA) 3/16______ at #12 Washington______ L___________ 53-70

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 12/4______ at Pittsburgh___________ W__________ 70-59 12/6______ at #4 Maryland_________ W__________ 53-50 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 12/11_____ West Virginia___________ W__________ 74-44 12/11_____ Charlotte______________ W__________ 60-38 12/20_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 90-44 FIU Sun and Fun Classic (Miami, FL) 1/2_______ vs. Bucknell____________ W__________ 97-39 1/3_______ vs. #10 Colorado________ L___________ 70-72 1/4_______ vs. Eastern Kentucky_____ W__________ 67-63 1/8_______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 65-39 1/10______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 75-47 1/15______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 65-57 1/17______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 60-55 1/22______ #23 Indiana____________ W__________ 79-50 1/26______ #24 Northern Illinois_____ W__________ 92-59 1/29______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 84-54 1/31______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 75-55 2/5_______ #6 Ohio State___________ W__________ 79-62 2/7_______ #4 Penn State__________ W__________ 84-59 2/12______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 68-62 2/14______ Illinois________________ W__________ 77-58 2/19______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 63-55 2/21______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 68-46 2/26______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 76-46 2/28______ Michigan______________ W__________ 71-34 3/5_______ at #8 Penn State________ L___________ 64-70 3/7_______ at #4 Ohio State_________ L___________ 60-72 3/12______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 83-59 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Norfolk, VA) 3/17______ at Old Dominion________ W__________ 82-56 NCAA Mideast Regional ((Iowa City) 3/25______ #7 Auburn_____________ W__________ 63-50 3/27______ #2 Tennessee___________ W__________ 72-56 NCAA Women’s Final Four (Atlanta, GA) 4/3_______ vs. #4 Ohio State________ L________ 72-73 (ot)

(21-9, 13-5 - C. Vivian Stringer)

1991-92

(25-4, 16-2 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/23_____ at Kentucky____________ W__________ 77-68 11/27_____ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 70-58 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/30_____ Ohio University_________ W__________ 97-52 12/1______ #21 Washington________ W__________ 58-39 Mid-America Classic (Columbia, MO) 12/6______ vs. Wright State_________ W__________ 87-41 12/7______ at Missouri_____________ W__________ 89-62 12/11_____ at Nebraska____________ W__________ 64-59 SEC-Big Ten Challenge (Iowa City) 12/28_____ #4 Vanderbilt___________ L___________ 65-95 1/3_______ #6 Penn State__________ W__________ 61-53 1/10______ Minnesota_____________ W __________ 85-68 1/13______ at Louisiana Tech________ W__________ 61-57 1/17______ Indiana________________ W__________ 80-71 1/19______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 73-56 1/24______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 71-64 1/26______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 73-61 1/31______ Illinois________________ W__________ 68-42 2/2_______ #10 Purdue____________ W__________ 65-64 2/7_______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 58-74 2/9_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 90-72 2/14______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 68-59 2/16______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 59-57 2/21______ Michigan______________ W__________ 81-45 2/23______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 70-47 2/28______ at #14 Purdue__________ L___________ 64-72 3/1_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 56-36 3/4_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 73-65 3/8_______ #23 Wisconsin__________ W__________ 63-36 3/12______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 65-47 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/22______ #10 Missouri State_______ L________ 60-61 (ot)

(27-4, 16-2 - C. Vivian Stringer)

1993-94

(21-7, 13-5 - C. Vivian Stringer)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/28_____ #4 Louisiana Tech_______ W__________ 70-66 12/1______ at Drake_______________ W__________ 73-64 12/5______ #20 Missouri State_______ W__________ 67-55 12/19_____ at James Madison_______ W__________ 72-44 12/21_____ at West Virginia_________ W__________ 69-57 USC Christmas Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) 12/29_____ vs. Houston____________ W__________ 59-44 12/30_____ at #9 Southern California_ W__________ 50-49 1/5_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 69-59 1/7_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 74-67 1/14______ Illinois________________ W__________ 53-37 1/16______ #18 Northwestern_______ W__________ 67-59 1/21______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 58-82 1/25______ at Northern Illinois______ L___________ 56-59 1/28______ Michigan______________ W__________ 78-56 1/30______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 54-46 2/4_______ at #22 Ohio State________ W__________ 64-61 2/6_______ at #1 Penn State________ L___________ 61-63 2/11______ at Northwestern________ L___________ 47-55 2/13______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 55-52 2/18______ #9 Purdue_____________ W__________ 62-48 2/20______ Indiana________________ L___________ 59-63 2/25______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 63-56 2/27______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 65-55 3/4_______ #2 Penn State__________ W__________ 78-68 3/6_______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 59-57 3/11______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 58-64 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/16______ Mount St. Mary’s________ W__________ 70-47 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/20______ #13 Alabama___________ L___________ 78-84

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

1994-95

1996-97

1998-99

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/26_____ James Madison_________ W__________ 60-30 11/27_____ #20 Southern California__ W__________ 65-55 11/30_____ at Missouri State________ L___________ 48-60 Stephen F. Austin Dial Classic (Nacogdoches, TX) 12/2______ vs. Florida Atlantic_______ W__________ 67-42 12/3______ at Stephen F. Austin_____ L________ 70-79 (ot) 12/8______ Creighton_____________ L___________ 53-63 Stanford Cardinal Classic (Stanford, CA) 12/17_____ vs. NW Louisiana St._____ L___________ 53-54 12/18_____ vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.)______ W__________ 73-48 12/20_____ at UC Santa Barbara_____ L___________ 48-61 12/28_____ Illinois________________ W__________ 59-51 12/30_____ Michigan______________ W__________ 53-36 1/6_______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 62-72 1/8_______ at #13 Western Kentucky_ L___________ 43-79 1/13______ at #22 Purdue__________ L___________ 45-63 1/15______ at Michigan State_______ L_______70-71 (2 ot) 1/20______ Indiana________________ W__________ 60-55 1/22______ Northwestern__________ L___________ 57-58 1/29______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 56-70 2/3_______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 67-61 2/5_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 49-57 2/10______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 55-62 2/12______ #17 Purdue____________ L___________ 55-62 2/17______ at #11 Penn State_______ L___________ 62-73 2/19______ #24 Wisconsin__________ L___________ 55-62 2/24______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 71-43 2/26______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 69-61 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/3_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 57-44 3/4_______ #8 Penn State__________ L___________ 62-69

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/15_____ Illinois State____________ W__________ 66-41 11/17_____ #20 Notre Dame________ L___________ 50-61 11/19_____ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 64-53 Kona Women’s Basketball Invitational (Kailua-Kona, HI) 12/6______ vs. Boise State__________ W__________ 89-34 12/7 _____ vs. Pacific______________ W__________ 80-60 12/8______ vs. Nebraska___________ L___________ 67-73 Big Ten-SEC Challenge (Gainesville, FL) 12/13_____ at Florida______________ L___________ 58-68 12/21_____ at Drake_______________ L___________ 59-80 12/28_____ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 61-48 12/30_____ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 69-59 1/2 ______ at #14 W. Kentucky______ W__________ 61-48 1/5_______ #13 Wisconsin__________ L___________ 63-69 1/10______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 73-61 1/12______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 52-62 1/21______ Penn State_____________ L___________ 60-61 1/24______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 78-58 1/26______ Michigan______________ L___________ 63-75 1/31______ at #25 Illinois___________ L___________ 75-83 2/2_______ #23 Michigan State______ W__________ 82-62 2/7_______ Purdue________________ L___________ 48-53 2/9_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 80-56 2/14______ at #16 Wisconsin________ L___________ 56-59 2/16______ at Penn State___________ W__________ 66-63 2/21______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 80-59 2/23______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 78-42 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 2/28______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 78-68 3/1_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 87-53 3/2_______ #18 Illinois_____________ W__________ 63-56 NCAA Championships - First Round (Storrs, CT) 3/14 ____ vs. North Carolina State__ W__________ 56-50 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Storrs, CT) 3/16______ at #1 Connecticut_______ L___________ 53-72

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/15_____ at Washington__________ L___________ 76-84 11/17_____ #21 Iowa State__________ L___________ 65-81 11/20_____ Weber State____________ W__________ 77-57 11/22_____ Western Kentucky_______ L___________ 65-68 Prairie Lights Classic (Iowa City) 11/27_____ Missouri_______________ W__________ 75-68 11/28_____ Princeton______________ W__________ 59-44 Syracuse Carrier Classic (Syracuse, NY) 12/4______ vs Kent State___________ W__________ 62-58 12/5______ at Syracuse____________ W__________ 70-64 12/8______ at Drake_______________ L___________ 73-86 12/20_____ at Auburn_____________ L___________ 55-78 12/28_____ Illinois________________ W__________ 89-86 1/3_______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 72-79 1/5_______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 58-66 1/8_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 77-76 1/10______ #3 Purdue_____________ L________ 69-71 (ot) 1/15______ at #20 Penn State_______ L___________ 60-66 1/17______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 64-70 1/22______ Michigan______________ L___________ 67-86 1/29______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 69-81 1/31______ #21 Penn State_________ L___________ 64-88 2/5_______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 66-70 2/7_______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 73-69 2/12______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 79-62 2/14______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 86-69 2/19______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 78-75 2/21______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 73-86 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 2/28______ vs. Northwestern________ L___________ 71-75

(11-17, 6-10 - C. Vivian Stringer)

1995-96

(27-4, 15-1 - Angie Lee)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City) 11/24_____ Stephen F. Austin_______ W__________ 64-58 11/25_____ UC Santa Barbara_______ W__________ 68-57 11/29_____ at Creighton___________ W__________ 68-41 Kansas Dial Classic (Lawrence, KS) 12/2______ vs. Saint Joseph’s________ W__________ 66-49 12/3______ at #13 Kansas___________ W_______ 65-58 (ot) 12/7______ Drake_________________ W__________ 67-44 Carolinas Holiday Beach Classic (Myrtle Beach, SC) 12/19_____ vs. Appalachian State____ W__________ 68-66 12/20_____ vs. #10 Georgia_________ L___________ 52-79 12/21_____ vs. #16 North Carolina____ W__________ 73-64 12/27_____ at Illinois______________ W__________ 73-64 12/29_____ at Michigan____________ W__________ 69-53 1/5_______ #17 Wisconsin__________ W__________ 68-48 1/7_______ Western Kentucky_______ W__________ 68-54 1/12______ #18 Purdue____________ W__________ 68-57 1/14______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 75-56 1/19______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 64-56 1/21______ at #17 Northwestern_____ W__________ 64-51 1/28______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 94-51 2/2_______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 82-75 2/4_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 77-51 2/9_______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 71-65 2/11______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 42-62 2/16______ #9 Penn State__________ W__________ 81-69 2/18______ at #11 Wisconsin________ W__________ 67-63 2/23______ Michigan______________ W__________ 74-52 2/25______ Illinois________________ W__________ 73-55 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/1_______ Illinois________________ W__________ 74-56 3/2_______ #18 Purdue____________ L___________ 68-76 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/14______ Butler_________________ W__________ 72-67 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/16______ DePaul________________ W__________ 72-71 NCAA Mideast Regional - Semifinal (Rosemont, IL) 3/21______ vs. #12 Vanderbilt_______ L___________ 63-74

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(18-12, 9-7 - Angie Lee)

1997-98

(18-11, 13-3 - Angie Lee)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/16_____ Drake_________________ W_______ 66-63 (ot) Reebok Classic (Boston, MA) 11/23_____ vs. Arkansas____________ L___________ 57-83 11/25_____ vs. #6 Connecticut_______ L___________ 55-65 Prairie Lights Classic (Iowa City) 11/29 ___ CS Northridge__________ W__________ 67-56 11/30_____ Washington____________ L___________ 62-63 Central Fidelity Invite (Richmond, VA) 12/6______ vs. #4 Louisiana Tech_____ L___________ 58-83 12/7______ at Richmond___________ W__________ 78-66 12/13_____ Iowa State_____________ L___________ 57-74 Honda Elite Four Classic (Orlando, FL) 12/21_____ vs. #8 Vanderbilt________ L___________ 54-60 12/28_____ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 91-55 12/30_____ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 66-57 1/2_______ at Penn State___________ W__________ 78-69 1/9_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 65-58 1/11______ #23 Purdue____________ L________ 66-75 (ot) 1/20______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 66-63 1/23______ Indiana________________ W__________ 68-61 1/25______ at Michigan____________ L________ 65-69 (ot) 1/30______ #8 Illinois______________ W__________ 82-71 2/1_______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 62-66 2/6_______ at Purdue______________ W__________ 73-67 2/8_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 79-72 2/13______ #19 Wisconsin__________ W__________ 87-76 2/15______ Penn State_____________ W__________ 73-49 2/20______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 74-71 2/22______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 71-59 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 2/28______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 72-54 3/1_______ #25 Purdue____________ L___________ 60-61 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/13______ Massachusetts__________ W__________ 77-59 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/15______ Kansas________________ L___________ 58-62

(12-15, 7-9 - Angie Lee)

1999-00

(9-18, 6-10 - Angie Lee)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ 11/19_____ at Marquette___________ L___________ 11/21_____ #1 Connecticut_________ L___________ Gazette Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/27_____ Bradley________________ W__________ 11/28_____ Syracuse______________ W__________ 12/2______ at Utah________________ L___________ 12/4______ at Weber State__________ W__________ 12/11_____ at #9 Iowa State_________ L___________ 12/18_____ #8 Auburn_____________ L___________ 12/20_____ Drake_________________ L___________ 12/30_____ at #8 Penn State________ L___________ 1/2_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 1/7_______ at #15 Illinois___________ L___________ 1/9_______ at Northwestern________ L___________ 1/13______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 1/16______ #6 Penn State__________ L___________ 1/20______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 1/23______ at #? Michigan__________ L___________ 1/27______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 1/30______ at Arkansas____________ L___________ 2/3_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 2/6_______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 2/13______ #25 Illinois_____________ W__________ 2/17______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 2/20______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 2/24______ #? Michigan____________ L___________ 2/27______ at #21 Purdue__________ L___________ Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/2_______ vs. Northwestern________ L___________

Score 64-69 45-73 92-49 76-73 61-70 73-55 69-79 55-91 59-84 63-80 82-68 60-86 52-53 80-51 64-78 77-82 78-82 66-62 65-72 67-70 64-74 80-73 68-60 77-53 61-78 59-73 59-68

2000-01

(21-10, 12-4 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ 11/17_____ Marquette_____________ W__________ 11/19_____ Utah__________________ L___________ 11/22_____ #8 Iowa State___________ L___________ Gazette Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/25_____ Western Illinois_________ W__________ 11/26_____ Nevada_______________ W__________

Score 70-57 42-66 76-86 99-54 73-59


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 12/1______ at Mount St. Mary’s______ W__________ 89-63 12/3______ at George Washington___ L___________ 64-78 12/7______ at #18 Missouri State_____ L__________ 87-101 12/10_____ Colorado______________ W__________ 92-66 12/16_____ at Drake_______________ L___________ 58-73 12/28_____ Northwestern__________ W__________ 95-61 12/31_____ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 91-94 1/4_______ at #8 Purdue___________ L___________ 58-73 1/7_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 79-58 1/14______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 74-68 1/17______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 52-79 1/21______ #13 Penn State_________ W__________ 79-64 1/25______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 92-52 2/1_______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 71-56 2/4_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 83-56 2/8_______ #5 Purdue_____________ W__________ 96-87 2/11______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 82-71 2/15______ at Michigan____________ L___________ 78-80 2/18______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 74-59 2/22______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 50-47 2/25______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 75-64 Big Ten Tournament (Grand Rapids, MI) 3/2_______ vs. Indiana_____________ W__________ 81-76 3/3_______ vs. Illinois______________ W__________ 86-79 3/4_______ vs. #7 Purdue___________ W__________ 75-70 NCAA Championships - First Round (Salt Lake City, UT) 3/17______ vs. Oregon_____________ W_______ 89-82 (ot) NCAA Championships - Second Round (Salt Lake City, UT) 3/19______ at #17 Utah____________ L___________ 69-78

2001-02

(18-11, 10-6 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) 11/20_____ vs. Gonzaga____________ W__________ 69-54 11/21_____ vs. Marquette__________ W__________ 90-72 11/25_____ Drake_________________ L________ 72-75 (ot) 11/27_____ Missouri State__________ W__________ 84-64 11/30_____ at Denver______________ W__________ 84-72 12/1______ at #11 Colorado_________ L___________ 83-92 Gazette Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 12/7______ Texas-Pan American_____ W__________ 86-38 12/8______ Kent State_____________ W__________ 76-65 12/12_____ at #5 Iowa State_________ L___________ 64-82 12/15_____ Creighton_____________ W__________ 86-43 12/22_____ at Northwestern________ W__________ 74-47 12/30_____ #14 Wisconsin__________ L___________ 61-68 1/3_______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 63-82 1/6_______ #9 Purdue_____________ W__________ 90-75 1/10______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 82-68 1/13______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 73-65 1/20______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 79-65 1/24______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 75-55 1/27______ at #11 Purdue__________ L___________ 68-82 1/31______ at Michigan____________ L___________ 74-82 2/3_______ #24 Minnesota_________ L___________ 83-94 2/7_______ at #16 Wisconsin________ W__________ 76-64 2/10______ at Penn State___________ W__________ 96-81 2/14______ Michigan______________ L___________ 80-91 2/20______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 69-59 2/24______ Illinois________________ W__________ 79-71 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/1_______ vs. Indiana_____________ L________ 76-78 (ot) NCAA Championships - First Round (Storrs, CT) 3/16______ vs. Virginia_____________ W__________ 69-62 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Storrs, CT) 3/18______ Connecticut____________ L___________ 48-86

2002-03

(18-15, 6-10 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score KCRG TV-9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/23_____ IUPUI_________________ W_______ 84-75 (ot) 11/24_____ Charlotte______________ W__________ 85-70 11/26_____ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 98-68 LMU Thanksgiving Classic (Los Angeles, CA) 11/29_____ vs. NC State____________ L________ 66-69 (ot) 11/30_____ vs. South Alabama______ W__________ 83-62

12/4______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 64-39 12/8______ at Creighton___________ L___________ 82-89 12/12_____ Denver________________ W__________ 83-49 12/21_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 72-52 12/29_____ Missouri_______________ W__________ 87-65 Big Ten/Big XII Challenge (Manhattan, KS) 1/5_______ at #4 Kansas State_______ L__________ 60-103 1/9_______ at #16 Penn State_______ L___________ 52-86 1/12______ at #9 Minnesota________ L___________ 65-94 1/16______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 72-60 1/21______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 77-60 1/23______ at #11 Purdue__________ L___________ 64-83 1/26______ at Ohio State___________ L___________ 59-74 1/30______ Indiana________________ W__________ 78-62 2/2_______ Illinois________________ L___________ 72-82 2/6_______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 65-57 2/9_______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 58-73 2/13______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 68-89 2/16______ #12 Penn State_________ W__________ 80-75 2/20______ #16 Minnesota_________ L___________ 60-77 2/23______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 76-59 2/27______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 58-68 3/2_______ #12 Purdue____________ L___________ 68-78 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/6_______ vs. Northwestern________ W__________ 70-58 3/7_______ vs. #13 Minnesota_______ W__________ 80-77 3/9_______ vs. #12 Purdue__________ L___________ 57-84 WNIT - First Round (Iowa City) 3/20______ Saint Louis_____________ W__________ 93-64 WNIT - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/23______ Marquette_____________ W__________ 76-73 WNIT - Quarterfinals (Iowa City) 3/25______ Creighton_____________ L___________ 64-70

2003-04

(16-13, 10-6 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score KCRG TV-9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/21_____ Butler_________________ W__________ 83-60 11/22_____ Houston_______________ L___________ 64-70 FIU Thanksgiving Classic (Miami, FL) 11/28_____ vs. Saint Joseph’s________ W__________ 62-58 11/29_____ at Florida International___ W__________ 93-86 12/3______ at Iowa State___________ L______ 94-101 (2ot) 12/5______ at Marquette___________ W__________ 65-62 12/8______ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 76-67 12/12_____ #11 Kansas State________ L___________ 60-82 12/21_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 79-65 12/28_____ Creighton_____________ L________ 72-84 (ot) 12/30_____ at Missouri_____________ L___________ 65-75 1/2_______ Illinois________________ W__________ 91-73 1/8_______ at #8 Penn State________ L___________ 64-92 1/11______ at #6 Minnesota________ L___________ 61-75 1/15______ Indiana________________ W__________ 72-65 1/18______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 66-46 1/25______ Michigan______________ W__________ 69-58 1/29______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 76-61 2/1_______ at #18 Michigan State____ W__________ 78-67 2/5_______ Ohio State_____________ L___________ 82-93 2/10______ #5 Purdue_____________ L___________ 79-90 2/12______ at Wisconsin___________ W_______ 87-82 (ot) 2/15______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 78-69 2/19______ #11 Minnesota_________ W__________ 81-61 2/22______ #7 Penn State__________ L___________ 58-70 2/26______ at #4 Purdue___________ L___________ 55-84 2/29______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 89-64 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/5_______ vs. #24 Michigan State___ L___________ 54-81 NCAA Championships - First Round (Blacksburg, VA) 3/21______ at Virginia Tech_________ L___________ 76-89

2004-05

(23-10, 8-8 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/19_____ Southern Illinois________ W__________ 66-50 11/20_____ Missouri_______________ W__________ 75-54 Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas) 11/26_____ vs. Florida_____________ W__________ 65-65 11/27_____ vs. #21 Oklahoma_______ W__________ 54-47 12/1______ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 89-80 12/5______ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 77-50 12/8______ Marquette_____________ W__________ 78-72 12/10_____ at Creighton___________ W _______ 91-82 (ot) 12/18_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 80-69 12/21_____ Western Illinois_________ W__________ 76-69 12/28_____ at UW-Milwaukee_______ W__________ 59-51 12/30_____ Indiana________________ W__________ 62-51 1/2_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 72-58 1/6_______ Penn State_____________ L___________ 71-77 1/9_______ at #6 Michigan State_____ L___________ 56-68 1/13______ at #5 Ohio State_________ L___________ 57-80 1/16______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 81-76 1/23______ at #23 Purdue__________ L___________ 75-79 1/27______ Michigan______________ W__________ 71-63 2/3_______ at #14 Minnesota_______ L___________ 50-81 2/6_______ Wisconsin_____________ L___________ 78-88 2/10______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 60-40 2/13______ #2 Ohio State___________ L___________ 60-67 2/17______ #9 Michigan State_______ L___________ 60-67 2/19______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 78-59 2/24______ Illinois________________ W__________ 87-63 2/27______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 56-53 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/3_______ vs. Michigan___________ W__________ 70-42 3/4_______ vs. #23 Penn State_______ L___________ 66-68 WNIT - First Round (Iowa City) 3/18______ Creighton_____________ W__________ 67-52 WNIT - Second Round (Lincoln, NE) 3/21______ at Nebraska____________ W__________ 71-67 WNIT - Quarterfinals (Cedar Rapids, IA) 3/24______ vs. Arkansas State_______ W__________ 66-52 WNIT - Semifinals (Springfield, MO) 3/28______ at SW Missouri State_____ L___________ 80-89

2005-06

(17-12, 10-6 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/20_____ UW-Milwaukee_________ W__________ 82-42 11/22_____ at Louisiana Tech________ L_______ 91-95 (2ot) Odwalla Classic (San Francisco, CA) 11/25_____ vs. #22 Oklahoma_______ L___________ 68-85 11/26_____ vs. Rider_______________ W__________ 88-41 11/30_____ UW-Green Bay__________ W__________ 81-57 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 12/2______ Vermont_______________ W__________ 79-57 12/4______ #6 Rutgers_____________ L___________ 51-57 12/8______ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 61-77 12/18_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 92-72 12/21_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 65-54 12/23_____ Creighton_____________ W__________ 74-64 12/29_____ at Indiana______________ L___________ 53-65 1/1_______ Illinois________________ W__________ 84-65 1/5_______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 77-63 1/9_______ #9 Michigan State_______ W__________ 75-64 1/12______ #8 Ohio State___________ L___________ 62-72 1/15______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 80-48 1/19______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 68-59 1/22______ #12 Minnesota_________ L___________ 68-80 1/26______ at Penn State___________ L___________ 61-72 2/2_______ #8 Purdue_____________ W_______ 77-71 (ot) 2/9_______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 76-61 2/12______ at #7 Ohio State_________ L___________ 77-88 2/16______ at #14 Michigan State____ L___________ 71-73 2/19______ Michigan______________ W__________ 67-55 2/23______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 71-60 2/26______ Indiana________________ W__________ 78-70 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/3_______ vs. #16 Michigan State___ L___________ 58-79 NCAA Championships - First Round (Denver, CO) 3/18______ vs. #20 BYU____________ L___________ 62-67

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS

2006-07

2008-09

2010-11

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score WBCA Classic (Kansas City, MO) 11/11_____ vs. Missouri State________ W__________ 79-70 11/12_____ vs. Kansas_____________ W__________ 63-49 11/15_____ Indiana State___________ W__________ 88-83 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/17_____ Quinnipiac_____________ W__________ 93-77 11/18_____ Florida International_____ W__________ 72-62 11/21_____ Louisiana Tech__________ L___________ 59-77 11/26_____ at Creighton___________ W__________ 75-60 11/30_____ Iowa State_____________ L___________ 74-80 12/3______ Samford_______________ W__________ 66-60 12/7______ at UW-Green Bay________ L___________ 43-67 12/16_____ at Rutgers_____________ L___________ 53-70 12/19_____ Northern Iowa__________ L___________ 62-83 12/22_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 77-70 12/28_____ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 58-56 12/31_____ #7 Ohio State___________ L___________ 67-73 1/2_______ #10 Purdue____________ L___________ 58-68 1/7_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 63-61 1/11______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 71-67 1/14______ #20 Michigan State______ L___________ 63-83 1/21______ at #21 Michigan State____ L___________ 57-67 1/25______ Minnesota_____________ L________ 78-80 (ot) 1/28______ at Penn State___________ L___________ 71-78 2/4_______ at #5 Ohio State_________ L___________ 49-85 2/8_______ Michigan______________ W__________ 66-49 2/11______ at Wisconsin___________ L___________ 73-84 2/15______ Illinois________________ L___________ 69-74 2/18______ Penn State_____________ W__________ 79-72 2/22______ at #15 Purdue__________ L___________ 52-76 2/25______ Wisconsin_____________ W_________ 103-93 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/1_______ vs. Indiana_____________ L___________ 53-67

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/16_____ Texas State_____________ W__________ 87-45 11/18_____ at Kansas______________ L___________ 55-76 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/22_____ Boston University_______ W__________ 83-58 11/23_____ Providence____________ W__________ 64-46 Paradise Jam (US. Virgin Islands) 11/27_____ vs. Texas Tech___________ W__________ 56-48 11/28_____ vs. South Florida________ L________ 79-82 (ot) 11/29_____ vs. #3 California_________ L___________ 43-76 12/4______ at #12 Duke____________ L___________ 47-71 12/7______ #22 Iowa State__________ W__________ 66-46 12/11_____ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 72-46 12/20_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 71-53 12/22_____ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 73-63 12/28_____ Purdue________________ L___________ 60-69 1/4_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 54-76 1/8_______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 49-60 1/11______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 74-57 1/15______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 72-62 1/18______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 74-46 1/26______ Michigan______________ W__________ 77-69 1/29______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 56-68 2/1_______ Penn State_____________ W______ 97-89 (3ot) 2/5_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 69-67 2/8_______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 58-64 2/12______ #13 Ohio State__________ W__________ 85-75 2/15______ at Penn State___________ W__________ 63-57 2/19______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 72-65 2/22______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 68-64 2/26______ Illinois________________ W__________ 69-56 3/1_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 86-79 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/6_______ vs. Minnesota__________ W__________ 79-64 3/7_______ vs. #12 Ohio State_______ L___________ 56-72 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/22______ Georgia Tech___________ L___________ 62-76

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Islander Tip-Off Tournament (Corpus Christi, TX) 11/12_____ vs. Southern___________ W__________ 76-52 11/13_____ vs. Arkansas State_______ W__________ 50-47 11/16_____ Bradley________________ W__________ 91-53 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/20_____ Northeastern___________ W__________ 87-59 11/21_____ Central Michigan________ W__________ 90-79 Caribbean Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) 11/25_____ vs. James Madison______ W__________ 67-61 11/26_____ vs. Virginia Tech_________ W__________ 72-43 12/2______ at #14 North Carolina____ L___________ 67-79 12/5______ Kansas State___________ W__________ 68-62 12/9______ #15 Iowa State__________ W__________ 62-40 12/18_____ at South Dakota State____ W__________ 65-54 12/20_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 75-71 12/22_____ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 75-64 12/30_____ at Penn State___________ L___________ 59-68 1/2_______ Michigan______________ L___________ 53-60 1/5_______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 63-57 1/8_______ #20 Ohio State__________ W__________ 89-76 1/13______ at #9 Michigan State_____ L___________ 60-63 1/16______ Indiana________________ W__________ 71-51 1/24______ at #25 Ohio State________ L___________ 67-81 1/27______ #10 Michigan State______ W__________ 66-64 1/30______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 80-69 2/3_______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 41-30 2/6_______ Penn State_____________ L___________ 75-82 2/10______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 64-62 2/13______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 86-75 2/16______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 59-44 2/24______ Illinois________________ W__________ 83-64 2/27______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 93-79 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/4_______ vs. Ohio State__________ L___________ 61-71 NCAA Championships - First Round (Spokane, WA) 3/19______ at Gonzaga____________ L___________ 86-92

(14-16, 6-10 - Lisa Bluder)

2007-08

(21-11, 13-5 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/11_____ Dartmouth____________ W__________ 61-43 11/13_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 62-50 11/18_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 77-67 Caribbean Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) 11/22_____ vs. Mississippi State______ W__________ 60-54 11/23_____ vs. #13 Arizona State_____ L___________ 58-60 11/28_____ Georgia Tech___________ L___________ 57-76 12/2______ Detroit________________ W__________ 65-42 12/5______ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 44-58 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 12/8______ Northern Illinois________ W__________ 87-43 12/9______ Wyoming______________ L___________ 50-54 12/22_____ Western Illinois_________ W__________ 70-49 12/28_____ Penn State_____________ W__________ 67-58 12/30_____ at Michigan____________ L___________ 46-63 1/3_______ at Minnesota___________ W_______ 68-66 (ot) 1/6_______ #20 Ohio State__________ L___________ 65-73 1/10______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 65-73 1/13______ Wisconsin_____________ W_______ 78-74 (ot) 1/21______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 60-58 1/24______ Purdue________________ W__________ 69-53 1/27______ Michigan______________ W__________ 66-61 1/31______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 70-55 2/3_______ Indiana________________ W__________ 81-65 2/7_______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 82-64 2/10______ at Penn State___________ W__________ 73-65 2/14______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 46-59 2/17______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 72-69 2/21______ at #20 Ohio State________ L___________ 56-69 2/28______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 68-42 3/2_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 87-78 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/7_______ vs. Michigan___________ W__________ 58-37 3/8_______ vs. Purdue_____________ L___________ 73-80 NCAA Championships - First Round (Norfolk, VA) 3/23______ vs. Georgia_____________ L___________ 61-67

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(21-11, 13-5 - Lisa Bluder)

(22-9, 10-6 - Lisa Bluder)

2009-10

2011-12

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/14_____ Santa Clara____________ W__________ 67-51 11/15_____ Illinois State____________ W__________ 75-67 11/18_____ #19 Kansas_____________ L___________ 55-66 11/22_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 81-70 11/24_____ William & Mary_________ W__________ 78-54 Nugget Classic (Reno, NV) 11/27_____ vs. West Virginia_________ L___________ 66-69 11/28_____ vs. Columbia___________ W__________ 72-69 12/2______ Boston College_________ L___________ 67-72 12/6______ Michigan______________ L___________ 51-54 12/10_____ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 66-85 12/20_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 73-61 12/22_____ South Dakota State______ W__________ 82-69 12/28_____ at Penn State___________ L________ 73-77 (ot) 12/31_____ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 61-51 1/3_______ at Minnesota___________ L________ 69-72 (ot) 1/7_______ at Michigan____________ L___________ 46-63 1/14______ Penn State_____________ L___________ 62-68 1/17______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 59-81 1/21______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 74-65 1/24______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 78-69 1/31______ Purdue________________ W__________ 70-50 2/4_______ at #8 Ohio State_________ L___________ 82-86 2/7_______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 77-66 2/11______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 71-67 2/14______ Illinois________________ W__________ 77-67 2/18______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 75-54 2/21______ at Northwestern________ L___________ 66-72 2/25______ Indiana________________ W__________ 76-64 2/28______ at Wisconsin___________ W_______ 68-60 (ot) Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/5_______ vs. Penn State__________ W__________ 82-75 3/6_______ vs. #23 Michigan State___ W__________ 59-54 3/7_______ vs. #10 Ohio State_______ L___________ 64-66 NCAA Championships - First Round (Stanford, CA) 3/20______ vs. Rutgers_____________ W__________ 70-63 3/22______ at #2 Stanford__________ L___________ 67-96

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/12_____ Harvard_______________ W__________ 90-81 11/13_____ UNLV_________________ L___________ 59-69 11/16_____ Albany________________ W__________ 82-60 11/19_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 78-74 Junkanoo Jam (Freeport, Bahamas) 11/25_____ vs. St. John’s____________ W__________ 60-52 11/26_____ vs. #4 Texas A&M________ L___________ 58-74 11/30_____ Virginia Tech___________ W__________ 58-47 12/3______ at Kansas State_________ L________ 78-81 (ot) 12/7______ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 54-62 12/9______ Western Illinois_________ W__________ 98-45 12/17_____ at Bradley______________ L___________ 88-96 12/20_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 71-46 12/22_____ Mississippi Valley State___ W__________ 86-80 12/30_____ Northwestern__________ W__________ 86-55 1/2_______ at #9 Ohio State_________ L___________ 71-84 1/5_______ Illinois________________ W_______ 69-62 (ot) 1/8_______ #19 Nebraska___________ L___________ 72-77 1/15______ at #17 Purdue__________ L___________ 55-57 1/19______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 69-57 1/22______ at #21 Penn State_______ L___________ 52-68 1/26______ at #19 Nebraska________ L___________ 53-60 1/28______ #13 Purdue____________ W__________ 59-42 2/2_______ at Wisconsin___________ W_______ 85-79 (ot) 2/5_______ at Indiana______________ W__________ 83-64 2/9_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 75-58 2/12______ Michigan State_________ W__________ 74-57 2/16______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 58-57 2/23______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 70-63 2/26______ Michigan______________ W__________ 79-71 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/2_______ at #24 Nebraska________ L___________ 68-80 NCAA Championships - First Round (South Bend, IN) 3/18______ vs. California___________ L___________ 74-84

(20-14, 10-8 - Lisa Bluder)

(19-12, 11-5 - Lisa Bluder)


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2012-13

(21-13, 8-8 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Preseason WNIT (Iowa City) 11/9______ Northern Illinois________ W__________ 63-40 11/11_____ Illinois State____________ W__________ 74-64 11/14_____ Middle Tennessee State__ W_______ 69-63 (ot) 11/18_____ North Carolina__________ L___________ 64-77 11/20_____ Robert Morris__________ W__________ 58-44 FIU Thanksgiving Classic (Miami, FL) 11/23_____ at Florida International___ L___________ 65-66 11/25_____ vs. #12 West Virginia_____ W__________ 79-70 11/28_____ at Florida State_________ L___________ 69-83 12/1______ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 68-46 12/6______ #22 Iowa State__________ W__________ 50-42 12/16_____ at Drake_______________ W__________ 82-65 12/19_____ Missouri State__________ W__________ 97-43 San Diego Surf ‘N Slam Classic (San Diego, CA) 12/28_____ vs. #20 Texas___________ W__________ 86-63 12/30_____ at San Diego___________ W__________ 83-73 1/3_______ #24 Ohio State__________ W_______ 77-71 (ot) 1/6_______ Michigan______________ L___________ 64-68 1/10______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 65-56 1/17______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 54-65 1/20______ #11 Purdue____________ W__________ 62-46 1/24______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 71-60 1/27______ at #23 Michigan_________ W__________ 63-57 1/31______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 62-74 2/3_______ Northwestern__________ L___________ 65-67 2/7_______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 60-72 2/11______ Nebraska______________ L___________ 75-76 2/14______ #8 Penn State__________ L___________ 69-81 2/17______ at #18 Purdue__________ W__________ 72-52 2/24______ at #24 Nebraska________ L___________ 46-66 2/28______ Indiana________________ W__________ 75-70 3/3_______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 62-45 Big Ten Tournament (Hoffman Estates, IL) 3/7_______ vs. Northwestern________ W__________ 60-55 3/8_______ vs. #21 Nebraska________ L___________ 61-76 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/24______ Miami_________________ W__________ 69-53 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/26______ #2 Notre Dame_________ L___________ 57-74

2013-14

(27-9, 11-5 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/8______ UC Riverside___________ W__________ 70-56 11/10_____ #14 Dayton____________ W_______ 97-93 (ot) 11/13_____ Arkansas-Pine Bluff______ W__________ 76-38 11/17_____ Stony Brook____________ W__________ 78-40 11/20_____ at #16 Colorado_________ L___________ 87-90 11/24_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 67-60 Cancun Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) 11/28_____ vs. USC________________ W__________ 78-65 11/29_____ vs. Boston College_______ W__________ 78-68 11/30_____ vs. UNC-Wilmington_____ W_________ 102-65 12/5______ #22 Syracuse___________ W__________ 97-91 12/7______ Idaho State____________ W__________ 95-47 12/12_____ at #11 Iowa State________ L___________ 70-83 12/21_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 73-51 12/28_____ North Dakota___________ W__________ 88-62 1/2_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 84-86 1/5_______ #15 Penn State_________ L___________ 71-87 1/8_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 78-71 1/12______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 82-65 1/16______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 72-88 1/19______ at Ohio State___________ W__________ 81-74 1/25______ Indiana________________ W__________ 84-75 1/29______ at Minnesota___________ W__________ 64-56 2/1_______ #23 Nebraska___________ L___________ 67-80 2/6_______ at #9 Penn State________ W__________ 73-70 2/10______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 90-84 2/13______ Illinois________________ W__________ 69-55 2/16______ at #23 Purdue__________ L___________ 73-74 2/22______ at Michigan____________ W__________ 74-70 2/27______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 65-61 3/2_______ at Illinois______________ W__________ 81-56

Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/6_______ vs. Illinois______________ W__________ 81-62 3/7_______ vs. #16 Purdue__________ W__________ 87-80 3/8_______ vs. Ohio State__________ W__________ 77-73 3/9_______ vs. #15 Nebraska________ L___________ 65-72 NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/23______ Marist_________________ W__________ 87-65 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/25______ #4 Louisville____________ L___________ 53-83

2014-15

(26-8, 14-4 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score 11/14_____ USC Upstate___________ W_________ 107-56 11/16_____ Robert Morris__________ W__________ 85-67 Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/21_____ Pepperdine____________ W__________ 97-68 11/22_____ Dayton________________ W__________ 90-83 11/25_____ Northern Iowa__________ W__________ 74-45 South Point Thanksgiving Shootout (Las Vegas, NV) 11/28_____ vs. Arkansas____________ L___________ 67-77 11/29_____ vs. Gonzaga____________ W__________ 79-67 Big Ten/ACC Challenge (Louisville, KY) 12/4______ at #7 Louisville__________ L___________ 52-86 12/7______ Colorado______________ W__________ 78-63 12/11_____ Iowa State_____________ W__________ 76-67 12/21_____ at Drake_______________ W_________ 100-98 12/28_____ Penn State_____________ W__________ 77-52 1/4_______ at #16 Rutgers__________ W__________ 79-72 1/8_______ at Illinois______________ L___________ 61-73 1/11______ Purdue________________ W__________ 73-59 1/14______ Northwestern__________ W__________ 83-70 1/18______ at Michigan State_______ W__________ 52-50 1/22______ Michigan______________ W__________ 76-70 1/26______ #15 Nebraska___________ W_______ 78-72 (ot) 1/29______ at Northwestern________ W_________ 102-99 2/1_______ at #5 Maryland_________ L___________ 88-93 2/5_______ Ohio State_____________ W__________ 73-65 2/8_______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 87-75 2/12______ at #20 Nebraska________ W__________ 69-61 2/15______ Indiana________________ W__________ 81-64 2/17______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 80-93 2/21______ at Ohio State___________ L__________ 82-100 2/26______ Wisconsin_____________ W__________ 78-74 3/1_______ Minnesota_____________ W__________ 92-76 Big Ten Tournament (Hoffman Estates, IL) 3/6_______ vs. #25 Nebraska________ W__________ 74-65 3/7_______ vs. Ohio State__________ L________ 85-91 (ot) NCAA Championships - First Round (Iowa City) 3/20______ American______________ W__________ 75-67 NCAA Championships - Second Round (Iowa City) 3/22______ Miami_________________ W__________ 88-70 NCAA Mideast Regional - Semifinal (Oklahoma City) 3/27______ vs. #5 Baylor____________ L___________ 66-81

2015-16

(19-14, 8-10 - Lisa Bluder)

Date_____ Opponent_____________ W-L________ Score Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City) 11/13_____ North Dakota___________ W__________ 83-61 11/15_____ UT Martin______________ W__________ 62-56 11/19_____ Western Illinois_________ W_______ 96-81 (ot) 11/22_____ at Northern Iowa________ W__________ 80-65 Lone Star Showcase (Austin, Texas) 11/26_____ vs. Wright State_________ W__________ 83-77 11/27_____ vs. George Washington___ L_______ 77-81 (2ot) 11/28_____ vs. Houston____________ W__________ 64-50 Big Ten/ACC Challenge (Charlottesville, VA) 12/2______ at Virginia______________ W__________ 85-73 12/6______ Robert Morris__________ W__________ 69-50 12/11_____ at Iowa State___________ L___________ 66-69 12/19_____ Bradley________________ W__________ 60-53 12/22_____ Drake_________________ W__________ 89-76 12/31_____ at Nebraska____________ W__________ 74-68 1/4_______ Rutgers_______________ W__________ 69-65 1/7_______ at Michigan____________ L___________ 75-82 1/10______ Maryland______________ L___________ 56-76 1/13______ at Wisconsin___________ W__________ 57-54 1/16______ at Michigan State_______ L___________ 73-80 1/20______ Penn State_____________ L___________ 69-82 1/24______ at Purdue______________ L___________ 73-90 1/28______ Michigan______________ W__________ 85-69 1/31______ at Northwestern________ W__________ 79-64 2/4_______ at Indiana______________ L___________ 74-79 2/7_______ Michigan State_________ L___________ 69-74 2/11______ Ohio State_____________ L___________ 81-98 2/15______ at Minnesota___________ L___________ 76-78 2/18______ Purdue________________ W__________ 63-55 2/21______ Indiana________________ W__________ 76-73 2/24______ at Penn State___________ L___________ 68-81 2/27______ Illinois________________ W__________ 61-56 Big Ten Tournament (Indianapolis, IN) 3/3_______ vs. Michigan___________ W__________ 97-85 3/4_______ vs. Maryland___________ L___________ 55-75 WNIT Tournament (Iowa City, IA) 3/17______ Ball State______________ L___________ 72-77

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Scoring

Year______Player__________________ Pts.________ Avg. 74-75______Kathy Peters_____________ 203_________9.7 75-76______Diana Williams___________ 351________ 13.0 76-77______Cindy Haugejorde________ 364________ 18.2 77-78______Cindy Haugejorde________ 484________ 21.0 78-79______Cindy Haugejorde________ 539________ 18.6 79-80______Cindy Haugejorde________ 672________ 23.2 80-81______Kim Howard_____________ 398________ 15.9 81-82______Lisa Anderson____________ 330________ 13.2 82-83______Robin Anderson__________ 350________ 12.9 83-84______Lisa Becker______________ 416________ 15.4 84-85______Lisa Long________________ 368________ 13.1 85-86______Michelle Edwards_________ 368________ 12.7 86-87______Michelle Edwards_________ 564________ 18.2 87-88______Michelle Edwards_________ 621________ 20.0 88-89______Shanda Berry____________ 497________ 16.6 89-90______Franthea Price____________ 614________ 21.2 90-91______Toni Foster______________ 475________ 15.8 91-92______Toni Foster______________ 448________ 15.5 92-93______Toni Foster______________ 487________ 15.7 93-94______Necole Tunsil____________ 477________ 17.0 94-95______Tia Jackson______________ 357________ 13.7 95-96______Tiffany Gooden___________ 481________ 14.1 96-97______Angela Hamblin__________ 318________ 13.3 97-98______Tangela Smith____________ 577________ 19.9 98-99______Amy Herrig______________ 504________ 18.7 99-00______Lindsey Meder___________ 516________ 19.1 00-01______Lindsey Meder___________ 523________ 16.9 01-02______Lindsey Meder___________ 491________ 16.9 02-03______Kristi Faulkner____________ 539________ 16.3 03-04______Jamie Cavey_____________ 487________ 16.8 04-05______Crystal Smith_____________ 556________ 16.8 05-06______Crystal Smith_____________ 499________ 17.2 06-07______Kristi Smith______________ 402________ 13.4 07-08______Kristi Smith______________ 425________ 13.3 08-09______Kristi Smith______________ 422________ 13.2 09-10______Kachine Alexander________ 432________ 16.0 10-11______Jaime Printy_____________ 520________ 16.8 11-12______Jaime Printy_____________ 388________ 16.9 12-13______Morgan Johnson_________ 490________ 14.4 13-14______Bethany Doolittle_________ 512________ 14.2 14-15______Disterhoft/Dixon___________503________ 14.8 15-16______Ally Disterhoft____________ 565________ 17.1

Rebounding

Year______Player__________________ Reb._______ Avg. 74-75______Margie Rubow___________ 135_________6.4 75-76______Jenni Mayer_____________ 196_________9.3 76-77______Cindy Haugejorde________ 237________ 11.9 77-78______Cindy Haugejorde________ 300________ 13.0 78-79______Cindy Haugejorde________ 235________ 8.1 79-80______Cindy Haugejorde________ 295________ 10.2 80-81______Kim Howard_____________ 168________ 6.7 81-82______Kim Howard_____________ 169________ 6.8 82-83______Donna Freitag____________ 183________ 6.8 83-84______Lynn Kennedy____________ 189________ 7.6 84-85______Lisa Long________________ 267________ 9.5 85-86______Lisa Long________________ 200________ 8.3 86-87______Lisa Long________________ 282________ 9.1 87-88______Shanda Berry____________ 263________ 8.5 88-89______Shanda Berry____________ 276________ 9.2 89-90______Franthea Price____________ 207________ 7.1 90-91______Toni Foster______________ 247________ 8.2 91-92______Toni Foster______________ 243________ 8.4 92-93______Toni Foster______________ 254_________8.2 93-94______Virgie Dillingham_________ 202_________7.2 94-95______Tangela Smith____________ 136_________7.5 95-96______Tangela Smith____________ 218_________7.0 96-97______Angela Hamblin__________ 163_________6.8 97-98______Tangela Smith____________ 244_________8.4 98-99______Amy Herrig______________ 306________ 11.3 99-00______Randi Peterson___________ 220_________8.1 00-01______Randi Peterson___________ 273_________8.8 01-02______Jerica Watson____________ 264_________9.4 02-03______Jennie Lillis______________ 239_________7.2 03-04______Jennie Lillis______________ 180_________6.2 04-05______Krista VandeVenter________ 252_________7.6 05-06______Krista VandeVenter________ 237_________8.2 06-07______Jenee Graham____________ 234_________7.8 07-08______Johanna Solverson________ 162_________5.1 08-09______Kachine Alexander________ 282_________8.8 09-10______Kachine Alexander________ 281________ 10.4 10-11______Kachine Alexander________ 295_________9.5 11-12______Samantha Logic__________ 220_________7.1 12-13______Morgan Johnson_________ 256_________7.5 13-14______Samantha Logic__________ 238_________6.6 14-15______Bethany Doolittle_________ 239_________7.0 15-16______Megan Gustafson_________ 225_________6.8

Assists

Year______Player__________________ Ast.________ Avg. 74-75______Diana Williams___________ 17__________.85 75-76______Shirley Vargason__________ 40__________1.5 76-77______Shirley Vargason__________ 48__________1.8 77-78______Cindy Haugejorde________ 56__________2.4 78-79______Unavailable

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YEAR-BY-YEAR INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

80-81______Unavailable 79-80______Sue Beckwith____________ 96__________3.3 81-82______R. Anderson_____________ 66__________2.6 82-83______Lisa Anderson____________ 80__________2.9 83-84______Lisa Anderson____________ 128_________4.7 84-85______Maureen McAlpine________ 89__________3.3 85-86______Michelle Edwards_________ 98__________3.3 86-87______Michelle Edwards_________ 123_________4.0 87-88______Michelle Edwards_________ 140_________4.5 88-89______Jolette Law______________ 132_________4.3 89-90______Jolette Law______________ 122_________4.2 90-91______Steph Schueler___________ 122_________4.2 91-92______Laurie Aaron_____________ 123_________4.2 92-93______Laurie Aaron_____________ 120_________3.9 93-94______Arneda Yarbrough________ 97__________3.5 94-95______Karen Clayton____________ 93__________3.3 95-96______Karen Clayton____________ 113_________4.3 96-97______Nadine Domond__________ 135_________4.5 97-98______Nadine Domond__________ 111_________3.8 98-99______Cara Consuegra__________ 153_________5.8 99-00______Cara Consuegra__________ 138_________5.1 00-01______Cara Consuegra__________ 191_________6.2 01-02______Kristi Faulkner____________ 95__________3.3 02-03______April Calhoun____________ 153_________4.6 03-04______Jennie Lillis______________ 92__________3.2 04-05______Johanna Solverson________ 136_________4.1 05-06______Crystal Smith_____________ 98__________3.4 06-07______Kristi Smith______________ 124_________4.1 07-08______Johanna Solverson________ 107_________3.3 08-09______Kachine Alexander________ 121_________3.8 09-10______Kachine Alexander________ 98__________3.6 10-11______Kamille Wahlin___________ 117_________3.8 11-12______Samantha Logic__________ 136_________4.4 12-13______Samantha Logic__________ 217_________6.4 13-14______Samantha Logic__________ 269_________7.5 14-15______Samantha Logic__________ 276_________8.1 15-16______Tania Davis______________ 111_________3.4

Steals

Year______Player__________________ Steals______ Avg. 83-84______Lisa Anderson____________ 50__________1.9 84-85______Michelle Edwards_________ 36__________1.3 85-86______Lynn Kennedy____________ 79__________2.7 86-87______Michelle Edwards_________ 70__________2.3 87-88______Michelle Edwards_________ 89__________2.9 88-89______Franthea Price____________ 95__________3.0 89-90______Franthea Price____________ 84__________2.9 90-91______Steph Schueler___________ 76__________2.6 91-92______Laurie Aaron_____________ 101_________3.5 92-93______Laurie Aaron_____________ 122_________3.9 93-94______Virgie Dillingham_________ 36__________1.3 94-95______Tia Jackson______________ 45__________1.7 95-96______Karen Clayton____________ 40__________1.5 96-97______Nadine Domond__________ 64__________2.1 97-98______Nadine Domond__________ 44__________1.5 98-99______Cara Consuegra__________ 38__________1.4 99-00______Cara Consuegra__________ 54__________2.0 00-01______Cara Consuegra__________ 61__________2.0 01-02______Jerica Watson____________ 72__________2.6 02-03______Jennie Lillis______________ 66__________2.0 03-04______Jennie Lillis______________ 56__________1.9 04-05______Crystal Smith_____________ 80__________2.4 05-06______Crystal Smith_____________ 70__________2.4 06-07______Kristi Smith______________ 49__________1.6 07-08______Kristi Smith______________ 36__________1.1 08-09______Kristi Smith______________ 31__________1.0 09-10______Kachine Alexander________ 42__________1.6 10-11______Kachine Alexander________ 53__________1.7 11-12______Jaime Printy_____________ 46__________2.0 12-13______Samantha Logic__________ 62__________1.8 13-14______Samantha Logic__________ 88__________2.4 14-15______Samantha Logic__________ 63__________1.9 15-16______Whitney Jennings_________ 42__________1.3

FG Percentage (Min. 100 attempts)

Year______Player__________________ FG-FGA____ Pct. 74-75______Becky Moessner__________ 68-140_____ .486 75-76______Lynn Oberbilling__________ 46-114_____ .403 76-77______Diane Wilson_____________ 66-122_____ .540 77-78______Cindy Haugejorde________ 194-445____ .435 78-79______Cindi Gaule______________ 90-163_____ .552 79-80______Cindy Haugejorde________ 283-570____ .496 80-81______Kim Howard_____________ 145-292____ .497 81-82______Donna Freitag____________ 80-176_____ .455 82-83______Donna Freitag____________ 146-323____ .452 83-84______Lisa Becker______________ 184-315____ .584 84-85______Lisa Long________________ 165-310____ .532 85-86______Lisa Becker______________ 135-255____ .529 86-87______Michelle Edwards_________ 242-451____ .537 87-88______Michelle Edwards_________ 265-457____ .580 88-89______Shanda Berry____________ 205-368____ .557 89-90______Stephanie Schueler_______ 137-266____ .515 90-91______Toni Foster______________ 189-341____ .554 91-92______Cathy Marx______________ 71-106_____ .670 92-93______Cathy Marx______________ 80-145_____ .552 93-94______Cathy Marx______________ 139-251____ .554 94-95______Tangela Smith____________ 102-225____ .453 95-96______Shannon Perry___________ 63-126_____ .500

96-97______Tangela Smith____________ 149-280____ .532 97-98______Tangela Smith____________ 240-429____ .559 98-99______Amy Herrig______________ 185-370____ .500 99-00______Lindsey Meder___________ 191-459____ .416 00-01______Randi Peterson___________ 162-303____ .535 01-02______Jennie Lillis______________ 152-283____ .537 02-03______Jamie Cavey_____________ 73-114_____ .640 03-04______Jamie Cavey_____________ 190-338____ .562 04-05______Jamie Cavey_____________ 220-399____ .551 05-06______Megan Skouby___________ 161-292____ .551 06-07______Nicole VanderPol_________ 56-114_____ .491 07-08______Megan Skouby___________ 115-228____ .504 08-09______JoAnn Hamlin____________ 83-169_____ .491 09-10______Morgan Johnson_________ 124-250____ .496 10-11______Morgan Johnson_________ 132-276____ .478 11-12______Morgan Johnson_________ 179-236____ .549 12-13______Morgan Johnson_________ 190-359____ .529 13-14______Bethany Doolittle_________ 226-409____ .553 14-15______Bethany Doolittle_________ 206-422____ .488 15-16______Megan Gustafson_________ 144-260____ .554

3-PT FG Percentage (Min. 40 attempts)

Year______Player__________________ 3PT-3PTA__ Pct. 87-88______Franthea Price____________ 28-46______ .608 88-89______Franthea Price____________ 22-67______ .328 89-90______Franthea Price____________ 47-108_____ .451 90-91______Steph Schueler___________ 30-79______ .380 91-92______Laurie Aaron_____________ 12-59______ .203 92-93______Laurie Aaron_____________ 24-68______ .353 93-94______Nicole Tunsil_____________ 23-56______ .411 94-95______Tiffany Gooden___________ 27-87______ .310 95-96______Tiffany Gooden___________ 24-66______ .364 96-97______Mary Berdo______________ 21-60______ .350 97-98______Nadine Domond__________ 46-152_____ .303 98-99______Lindsey Meder___________ 49-114_____ .449 99-00______Lindsey Meder___________ 60-162_____ .370 00-01______Leah Magner_____________ 48-121_____ .397 01-02______Lindsey Meder___________ 84-194_____ .433 02-03______Jenna Armstrong_________ 29-84______ .345 03-04______Kristi Faulkner____________ 57-129_____ .442 04-05______Crystal Smith_____________ 49-136_____ .360 05-06______Kristi Smith______________ 22-53______ .415 06-07______Kristi Smith______________ 45-91______ .495 07-08______Wendy Ausdemore________ 78-171_____ .456 08-09______Kristi Smith______________ 65-157_____ .414 09-10______Kelly Krei________________ 55-136_____ .404 10-11______Jaime Printy_____________ 70-183_____ .383 11-12______Kamille Wahlin___________ 64-173_____ .370 12-13______Melissa Dixon____________ 78-196_____ .398 13-14______Theairra Taylor___________ 48-129_____ .372 14-15______Melissa Dixon____________ 124-275____ .451 15-16______Ally Disterhoft____________ 43-104_____ .413

FT Percentage (Min. 50 attempts)

Year______Player__________________ FT-FTA_____ Pct. 74-75______Kathy Peters_____________ 21-50______ .420 75-76______Kathy Peters_____________ 45-77______ .584 76-77______Cindy Haugejorde________ 52-75______ .693 77-78______Lynn Oberbilling__________ 56-66______ .848 78-79______Cyndi Gaule_____________ 65-81______ .802 79-80______Cindy Haugejorde________ 106-131____ .809 80-81______Lisa Anderson____________ 71-84______ .845 81-82______Melinda Hippen__________ 49-62______ .790 82-83______Kristen Johnson__________ 46-59______ .780 83-84______Lisa Anderson____________ 52-71______ .732 84-85______Lisa Becker______________ 52-75______ .693 85-86______Michelle Edwards_________ 56-74______ .757 86-87______Michelle Edwards_________ 80-108_____ .741 87-88______Jolynn Schneider_________ 91-130_____ .700 88-89______Franthea Price____________ 61-84______ .726 89-90______Franthea Price____________ 85-104_____ .817 90-91______Stephanie Schueler_______ 45-57______ .790 91-92______Laurie Aaron_____________ 74-104_____ .712 92-93______Tia Jackson______________ 75-95______ .790 93-94______Necole Tunsil____________ 23-56______ .803 94-95______Tia Jackson______________ 86-106_____ .811 95-96______Nadine Domond__________ 67-84______ .798 96-97______Angela Hamblin__________ 45-63______ .714 97-98______Amy Herrig______________ 103-125____ .824 98-99______Amy Herrig______________ 133-169____ .787 99-00______Cara Consuegra__________ 122-149____ .819 00-01______Lindsey Meder___________ 101-113____ .894 01-02______Lindsey Meder___________ 61-77______ .792 02-03______Kristi Faulkner____________ 145-165____ .879 03-04______Kristi Faulkner____________ 92-106_____ .868 04-05______Crystal Smith_____________ 93-121_____ .769 05-06______Crystal Smith_____________ 125-147____ .850 06-07______Wendy Ausdemore________ 55-61______ .902 07-08______Kristi Smith______________ 86-108_____ .796 08-09______Wendy Ausdemore________ 52-57______ .912 09-10______Jaime Printy_____________ 83-94______ .883 10-11______Jaime Printy_____________ 114-132____ .864 11-12______Jaime Printy_____________ 111-125____ .888 12-13______Jaime Printy_____________ 135-146____ .925 13-14______Melissa Dixon____________ 70-78______ .897 14-15______Melissa Dixon____________ 51-57______ .895 15-16______Chase Coley_____________ 60-74______ .811


IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS Scoring Year ______ 74-75______ 75-76______ 76-77______ 77-78______ 78-79______ 79-80______ 80-81______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______ 84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

Iowa Pts. ___ Avg._____ Opponent____Avg. 1048________ 49.9______ Unavailable 1548________ 55.2______ Unavailable 1387________ 66.0______ Unavailable 1631________ 70.9______ Unavailable 2220________ 76.5______ Unavailable 1986________ 68.5______ Unavailable 1816________ 72.6______ 1946_________ 77.8 1559________ 62.4______ 1818_________ 72.7 1694________ 62.7______ 1916_________ 70.9 1777________ 65.8______ 1588_________ 58.8 1797________ 64.2______ 1552_________ 55.4 1935________ 66.7______ 1654_________ 57.0 2203________ 71.1______ 1764_________ 56.9 2406________ 77.6______ 1785_________ 57.6 2409________ 75.3______ 1912_________ 59.8 2210________ 76.2______ 1679_________ 57.9 2035________ 67.8______ 1777_________ 59.2 2051________ 70.7______ 1681_________ 58.0 2258________ 72.8______ 1683_________ 54.3 1788________ 63.9______ 1617_________ 57.8 1644________ 58.7______ 1641_________ 58.6 2150________ 69.4______ 1842_________ 59.4 2018________ 67.3______ 1798_________ 59.9 1987________ 68.5______ 1887_________ 65.1 1900________ 70.4______ 1955_________ 72.4 1816________ 67.3______ 1910_________ 70.7 1927________ 76.7______ 1830_________ 69.6 2209________ 76.2______ 2032_________ 70.1 2376________ 72.0______ 2344_________ 71.0 2129________ 73.4______ 2130_________ 73.4 2304________ 69.8______ 2126_________ 64.4 2097________ 72.3______ 1913_________ 66.0 2034________ 67.8______ 2150_________ 71.7 2102________ 65.7______ 1925_________ 60.2 2176________ 68.0______ 2045_________ 63.9 2359________ 69.4______ 2273_________ 66.9 2201________ 71.0______ 1982_________ 63.9 2212________ 71.4______ 2042_________ 65.9 2296________ 67.5______ 2123_________ 62.4 2814________ 78.2______ 2496_________ 69.3 2703________ 79.5______ 2469_________ 72.6 2416________ 73.2______ 2353_________ 71.3

Rebounding Year_______ 74-75______ 75-76______ 76-77______ 77-78______ 78-79______ 79-80______ 80-81______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______ 84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

Assists

Year_______ 79-80______ 81-82______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______

Iowa Reb.___ Avg._____ Opponent____Avg. 654_________ 31.1______ Unavailable 1131________ 40.3______ Unavailable 744_________ 35.4______ Unavailable 965_________ 41.9______ Unavailable 1173________ 40.4______ Unavailable 1089________ 37.6______ Unavailable 983_________ 39.0______ 1257_________ 50.0 973_________ 38.9______ 1085_________ 43.4 972_________ 36.0______ 1199_________ 44.4 1016________ 37.6______ 917_________ 33.9 1105________ 39.5______ 1016_________ 36.3 1051________ 36.2______ 1008_________ 34.7 1163________ 37.5______ 1060_________ 34.2 1210________ 39.0______ 1087_________ 35.1 1224________ 38.3______ 1061_________ 33.2 1129________ 38.9______ 1002_________ 34.6 1155________ 38.5______ 1042_________ 34.7 1129________ 38.9______ 1018_________ 35.1 1297________ 41.8______ 1046_________ 33.7 1086________ 38.8______ 966__________ 34.5 1144________ 40.9______ 1066_________ 38.1 1298________ 41.9______ 1147_________ 37.0 1103________ 36.8______ 983__________ 32.8 1156________ 37.5______ 1083_________ 34.7 1022________ 37.9______ 965__________ 35.7 1067________ 39.5______ 1059_________ 39.2 1203________ 38.8______ 1148_________ 37.0 1167________ 40.2______ 1059_________ 36.5 1275________ 38.6______ 1222_________ 37.0 1048________ 36.1______ 1094_________ 37.7 1226________ 37.2______ 1091_________ 33.1 1034________ 35.7______ 1068_________ 36.8 1055________ 35.2______ 1033_________ 34.4 1185________ 37.0______ 1067_________ 33.3 1212________ 37.9______ 1163_________ 36.3 1300________ 38.2______ 1230_________ 36.2 1238________ 39.9______ 1127_________ 36.4 1229________ 39.6______ 1182_________ 38.1 1303________ 38.3______ 1296_________ 38.1 1308________ 36.3______ 1357_________ 37.7 1238________ 36.4______ 1393_________ 41.0 1254________ 38.0______ 1219_________ 36.9 Iowa_______ Avg._____ Opponent____Avg. 369_________ 12.7______ Unavailable_______ 329_________ 13.2______ 396__________ 15.8 287_________ 19.1______ 362__________ 24.1 300_________ 11.1______ 380__________ 14.0 439_________ 16.3______ 340__________ 12.6

84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

Steals

Year_______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______ 84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

387_________ 13.8______ 316__________ 11.3 452_________ 15.5______ 317__________ 10.9 512_________ 16.5______ 397__________ 12.8 461_________ 14.9______ 296___________ 9.5 492_________ 15.4______ 373__________ 11.7 465_________ 16.0______ 309__________ 10.7 494_________ 16.5______ 402__________ 13.4 490_________ 16.9______ 320__________ 11.0 393_________ 12.7______ 292___________ 9.4 431_________ 15.4______ 326__________ 11.6 364_________ 12.9______ 371__________ 13.3 428_________ 16.5______ 315__________ 12.1 471_________ 15.7______ 342__________ 11.4 463_________ 16.0______ 368__________ 12.7 432_________ 16.6______ 435__________ 16.7 345_________ 12.8______ 409__________ 15.1 572_________ 18.5______ 435__________ 14.0 518_________ 17.9______ 407__________ 14.0 567_________ 17.2______ 468__________ 14.2 485_________ 16.7______ 434__________ 15.0 531_________ 16.1______ 463__________ 14.0 486_________ 16.8______ 422__________ 14.6 479_________ 16.0______ 445__________ 14.8 501_________ 15.7______ 366__________ 11.4 488_________ 15.3______ 400__________ 12.5 466_________ 13.7______ 501__________ 14.7 444_________ 14.3______ 411__________ 13.3 514_________ 16.6______ 387__________ 12.5 534_________ 15.7______ 418__________ 12.3 644_________ 17.9______ 487__________ 13.5 614_________ 18.1______ 516__________ 15.2 529_________ 16.0______ 470__________ 14.2 Iowa_______ Avg._____ Opponent____Avg. 172_________ 6.9_______ 191___________ 7.6 251_________ 9.3_______ 250___________ 9.2 258_________ 9.6_______ 194___________ 7.2 206_________ 7.3_______ 145___________ 5.1 298_________ 10.2______ 148___________ 5.1 328_________ 10.6______ 171___________ 5.5 393_________ 12.7______ 175___________ 5.6 414_________ 12.9______ 221___________ 6.9 349_________ 12.0______ 158___________ 5.5 301_________ 10.0______ 248___________ 8.3 365_________ 12.6______ 187___________ 6.4 345_________ 11.1______ 200___________ 6.5 211_________ 7.5_______ 191__________ 12.0 240_________ 8.6_______ 217___________ 7.8 216_________ 8.3_______ 191___________ 7.3 247_________ 8.2_______ 217___________ 7.2 196_________ 6.8_______ 223___________ 7.7 166_________ 6.3_______ 220___________ 8.4 189_________ 7.0_______ 204___________ 7.6 299_________ 9.6_______ 231___________ 7.5 225_________ 7.8_______ 272___________ 9.4 289_________ 8.8_______ 338__________ 10.2 244_________ 8.4_______ 288___________ 9.9 292_________ 8.8_______ 314___________ 9.5 255_________ 8.8_______ 254___________ 8.8 184_________ 6.1_______ 263___________ 8.8 195_________ 6.1_______ 275___________ 8.6 162_________ 5.1_______ 241___________ 7.5 212_________ 6.2_______ 261___________ 7.7 190_________ 6.1_______ 212___________ 6.8 225_________ 7.3_______ 272___________ 8.8 255_________ 7.5_______ 266___________ 7.8 310_________ 8.6_______ 255___________ 7.1 245_________ 7.2_______ 231___________ 6.8 200_________ 6.1_______ 279___________ 8.5

3-PT FG Percentage Year_______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______

Iowa_______ Pct.______ Opponent____ Pct. 33-86_______ .384______ 41-178_______ .230 35-100______ .350______ 78-180_______ .433 80-200______ .400______ 73-199_______ .367 34-108______ .315______ 68-212_______ .321 18-90_______ .200______ 107-313______ .313 42-143______ .294______ 96-314_______ .306 51-139______ .367______ 125-401______ .312 78-284______ .275______ 96-356_______ .270 74-216______ .343______ 97-303_______ .320 74-256______ .289______ 128-414______ .309 63-221______ .285______ 139-366______ .380 93-247______ .377______ 116-385______ .301 122-388_____ .314______ 119-318______ .374 175-473_____ .370______ 121-437______ .277 199-554_____ .359______ 125-394______ .317 156-497_____ .314______ 177-550______ .322 176-483_____ .364______ 156-459______ .340 155-452_____ .343______ 204-565______ .361 142-395_____ .359______ 141-477______ .296 157-391_____ .402______ 174-501______ .347 197-506_____ .389______ 154-527______ .292 196-537_____ .365______ 167-539______ .369 269-729_____ .369______ 210-612______ .343 225-705_____ .319______ 173-557______ .311

11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

212-669_____ .317______ 175-545______ .321 192-579_____ .332______ 190-635______ .299 247-739_____ .334______ 224-690______ .325 274-696_____ .394______ 216-644______ .335 200-608_____ .329______ 195-586______ .333

FG Percentage Year_______ 74-75______ 75-76______ 76-77______ 77-78______ 78-79______ 79-80______ 80-81______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______ 84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

Iowa_______ Pct.______ Opponent____ Pct. 453-1177____ .385______ Unavailable 664-2056____ .323______ Unavailable 581-1461____ .397______ Unavailable 651-1610____ .404______ Unavailable 893-1967____ .453______ Unavailable 819-1931____ .424______ Unavailable 739-1707____ .433______ 820-1821_____ .450 625-1576____ .397______ 731-1632_____ .448 685-1729____ .396______ 792-1733_____ .457 745-1621____ .460______ 630-1498_____ .420 774-1679____ .461______ 605-1562_____ .387 846-1737____ .487______ 639-1541_____ .415 928-1919____ .484______ 701-1677_____ .418 997-2009____ .496______ 687-1757_____ .391 977-2018____ .484______ 747-1760_____ .424 893-1922____ .465______ 632-1518_____ .416 822-1732____ .475______ 668-1661_____ .402 842-1793____ .470______ 597-1528_____ .391 890-1943____ .458______ 657-1711_____ .384 709-1651____ .429______ 584-1493_____ .391 618-1640____ .377______ 580-1502_____ .386 809-1915____ .423______ 661-1750_____ .378 801-1721____ .465______ 634-1589_____ .349 769-1662____ .463______ 668-1658_____ .403 720-1612____ .447______ 745-1664_____ .448 649-1685____ .385______ 669-1569_____ .426 847-1927____ .440______ 783-1830_____ .428 788-1773____ .444______ 747-1784_____ .419 854-1943____ .440______ 873-2061_____ .424 760-1739____ .437______ 786-1787_____ .440 858-1831____ .469______ 814-1998_____ .407 754-1655____ .456______ 742-1789_____ .415 708-1657____ .427______ 786-1760_____ .447 766-1736____ .441______ 688-1820_____ .378 759-1758____ .432______ 779-2009_____ .388 819-1975____ .415______ 830-2039_____ .407 749-1831____ .409______ 750-1894_____ .396 777-1856____ .419______ 739-1917_____ .385 832-1968____ .423______ 73-2052______ .372 1005-2181___ .461______ 886-2181_____ .406 985-2158____ .456______ 902-2157_____ .418 882-1949____ .453______ 900-2139_____ .421

FT Percentage Year_______ 74-75______ 75-76______ 76-77______ 77-78______ 78-79______ 79-80______ 80-81______ 81-82______ 82-83______ 83-84______ 84-85______ 85-86______ 86-87______ 87-88______ 88-89______ 89-90______ 90-91______ 91-92______ 92-93______ 93-94______ 94-95______ 95-96______ 96-97______ 97-98______ 98-99______ 99-00______ 00-01______ 01-02______ 02-03______ 03-04______ 04-05______ 05-06______ 06-07______ 07-08______ 08-09______ 09-10______ 10-11______ 11-12______ 12-13______ 13-14______ 14-15______ 15-16______

Iowa_______ Pct.______ Opponent____ Pct. 142-302_____ .420______ Unavailable 220-400_____ .550______ Unavailable 225-403_____ .558______ Unavailable 329-511_____ .643______ Unavailable 434-663_____ .654______ Unavailable 348-516_____ .667______ Unavailable 338-455_____ .744______ 306-461______ .664 309-440_____ .702______ 356-531______ .670 324-467_____ .694______ 332-503______ .660 287-463_____ .620______ 328-491______ .668 249-415_____ .600______ 342-499______ .685 243-406_____ .599______ 377-565______ .667 347-555_____ .625______ 360-537______ .670 369-551_____ .670______ 368-539______ .683 420-618_____ .680______ 340-517______ .658 344-499_____ .689______ 342-508______ .673 357-556_____ .642______ 373-591______ .631 349-535_____ .652______ 380-585______ .650 436-647_____ .674______ 273-423______ .645 319-477_____ .669______ 324-484______ .669 330-512_____ .645______ 358-581______ .663 442-658_____ .672______ 404-575______ .703 342-487_____ .702______ 402-581______ .692 386-558_____ .692______ 412-596______ .691 367-544_____ .675______ 349-492______ .709 396-557_____ .711______ 453-633______ .716 510-709_____ .719______ 470-660______ .712 434-623_____ .697______ 413-576______ .717 512-689_____ .743______ 421-634______ .664 433-563_____ .769______ 402-570______ .705 433-615_____ .704______ 294-393______ .748 447-588_____ .760______ 288-415______ .694 461-585_____ .788______ 404-564______ .716 373-509_____ .733______ 395-560______ .705 462-583_____ .792______ 320-477______ .671 452-586_____ .771______ 403-554______ .727 478-628_____ .761______ 309-428______ .722 446-562_____ .794______ 389-563______ .691 440-582_____ .756______ 407-591______ .689 557-750_____ .743______ 500-691______ .724 459-633_____ .725______ 449-614______ .731 452-619_____ .730______ 358-512______ .699

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Name_______________________________ Years__________________________ Hometown Laurie Aaron__________________________ 89-93___________________________ Detroit, MI Katie Abrahamson_____________________ 88-90______________________ Cedar Rapids, IA Kachine Alexander_____________________ 08-11______________________ Minneapolis, MN Holly Andersen________________________ 81-82______________________ Morton Grove, IL Lisa Anderson_________________________ 80-84___________________________Oregon, WI Robin Anderson_______________________ 80-85___________________________ Brandt, SD Jenna Armstrong______________________ 01-05_________________________Stockton, MO Wendy Ausdemore_____________________ 05-09____________________________ Neola, IA Cheryl Baker__________________________ 82-84__________________________ Grinnell, KS Lisa Becker___________________________ 83-87______________________ Cedar Rapids, IA Sue Beckwith_________________________ 76-80____________________________ Boone, IA Mary Berdo___________________________ 96-97, 99-01__________________ Washington, IA Shanda Berry_________________________ 85-89__________________________ Oelwein, IA Tricia Blair____________________________ 83-87________________________ McFarland, WI Myesha Bledsoe_______________________ 1999_________________________ Milwaukee, WI Demetria Bright_______________________ 90-92________________________ Lexington, KY Beatrice Bullock_______________________ 98-02________________________Anchorage, AK Christina Buttenham__________________ 15-present_______ Hamilton, Ontario, Canada April Calhoun_________________________ 01-03_______________________ New Hope, MN Jamie Cavey__________________________ 01-05_____________________ Mechanicsville, IA Bre Cera_____________________________ 17-present_________________Mukwonago, WI Kelsey Cermak________________________ 08-11__________________________ Norwalk, IA Robin Christian________________________ 85-89_________________________ Roxbury, MA Megan Considine______________________ 10-12_____________________________Byron, IL Karen Clayton_________________________ 92-96__________________________ Raleigh, NC Chase Coley__________________________ 15-present________________ Minneapolis, MN Cara Consuegra_______________________ 97-01__________________________Mt. Airy, MD Tania Davis__________________________ 16-present_________________ Grand Blanc, MI Connie Davis__________________________ 80-84____________________________DeKalb, IL Virgie Dillingham______________________ 90-94________________________ Richmond, KY Ally Disterhoft________________________ 14-present____________________ Iowa City, IA Melissa Dixon_________________________ 12-15_________________________ Johnsburg, IL Nadine Domond_______________________ 94-98________________________ Bridgeport, CT Bethany Doolittle______________________ 12-15_________________________ Oakdale, MN Kathleen Doyle_______________________ 16-present_______________ LaGrange Park, IL Hannah Draxten_______________________ 08-12_______________________Fergus Falls, MN Pam DuBose__________________________ 83-85___________________________ Detroit, MI Michelle Edwards______________________ 84-88__________________________ Boston, MA Simone Edwards_______________________ 93-97_____________________ Kingston, Jamaica Abby Emmert_________________________ 04-08_________________________ Winterset, IA Kristi Faulkner_________________________ 01-04_________________________ Glen Ellyn, IL Molly Finn____________________________ 78-81________________________ Columbus, OH Toni Foster___________________________ 89-93___________________________ Chicago, IL Donna Freitag_________________________ 81-83___________________________Oregon, WI Stacy Frese___________________________ 95-96______________________ Cedar Rapids, IA Marva Fuller__________________________ 84-88_____________________________Holly, MI Angela Gallagher______________________ 75-81_________________________Chillicothe, IL Cyndi Gaule__________________________ 78-81________________________ Burlington, IA Julie Genzen__________________________ 81-83_______________________Bloomington, IL Lindsay Geoffroy_______________________ 01-04______________________ Los Alamitos, CA Jeneé Graham_________________________ 04-08_______________________ Bolingbrook, IL Tiffany Gooden________________________ 94-98________________________ Fort Wayne, IN Connie Grauer________________________ 82-86_________________________ Cherokee, IA Megan Gustafson_____________________ 16-present___________________ Port Wing, WI Felicia Hall____________________________ 87-91________________________Shreveport, LA Angela Hamblin_______________________ 95-98_____________________________ Gary, IN JoAnn Hamlin_________________________ 08-10_________________________ Douglass, KS Andrea Harmon_______________________ 90-94____________________ Oklahoma City, OK Kalli Hansen__________________________ 10-12______________________________ Olin, IA Cindy Haugejorde_____________________ 76-80 ________________________ Parkville, MN Jane Heilskov_________________________ 79-81_________________________ Hampton, IA Amy Herrig___________________________ 95-99_________________________ Dubuque, IA Melinda Hippen_______________________ 80-82_______________________ Parkersburg, IA Kim Howard__________________________ 78-82_________________________Estherville, IA Tia Jackson___________________________ 90-95___________________Mardela Springs, MD Patrice Jennings_______________________ 98-00___________________________ Chicago, IL Hilleri Jennings________________________ 99-00____________________________ Manly, IA Whitney Jennings______________________ 15-16________________________Logansport, IN Cindy Johnson________________________ 78-81__________________________Indianola, IA Kristen Johnson_______________________ 82-86________________________ Rochester, MN Morgan Johnson______________________ 10-13________________________Platte City, MO Virginia Johnson_______________________ 12_____________________________ Iowa City, IA Shante Jones__________________________ 08______________________________ Carroll, OH Morgan Kasperek______________________ 02-06__________________________ Hinsdale, IL Alexa Kastanek_______________________ 14-present_____________________ Lincoln, NE Darleen Kendel________________________ 81-82_________________________Barbeton, OH Lynn Kennedy_________________________ 83-87_________________________ Irvington, NJ Ann Kildahl___________________________ 82-83___________________________ Tomah, WI Carmen Kinrade_______________________ 78-79________________________ Maquoketa, IA Timicha Kirby_________________________ 94-95_________________________ Lynwood, CA Kari Knopf____________________________ 97-98________________________Des Moines, IA Susan Koering_________________________ 93-97_________________________ Stanwood, IA Kelly Krei_____________________________ 08-11__________________________ Iowa City, IA Tagyn Larson__________________________ 16___________________________ Sioux Falls, SD Jolette Law___________________________ 86-90__________________________ Florence, SC Angie Lee____________________________ 80-84____________________________ Paxton, IL Angie Lewis___________________________ 83-85___________________________ Largo, MD Jennie Lillis___________________________ 00-04_________________________Urbandale, IA Samantha Logic_______________________ 12-15___________________________ Racine, WI Lisa Long_____________________________ 83-87___________________________Newark, NJ Terri Lusignan_________________________ 78-82_________________________ Park Ridge, IL

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Name_______________________________ Years__________________________ Hometown Gabby Machado_______________________ 10______________________________ Pontiac, MI Antonia Macklin_______________________ 91-95__________________________ Boston, MA Leah Magner__________________________ 98-02___________________________ Palmer, AK Cathy Marx___________________________ 90-94________________________ East Moline, IL Jenni Mayer___________________________ 75-77____________________Winthrop Harbor, IL Maureen McAlpine_____________________ 82-86________________________ Rochester, MN Becca McCann________________________ 00-04__________________________ Saginaw, MI Erin McGrane_________________________ 77-80_________________________ Dubuque, IA Tammy McKay________________________ 83-87________________________ McFarland, WI Rena McMillon________________________ 87-89____________________Pompano Beach, FL Lindsey Meder________________________ 98-02_____________________________Solon, IA Makenzie Meyer______________________ 17-present__________________ Mason City, IA Teresa Meyer__________________________ 75-79_____________________ Overland Park, KS Becky Moessner_______________________ 75-78__________________________ Waterloo, IA Carly Mohns_________________________ 15-present___________________ Brodhead, WI Barb Mueller__________________________ 75-80___________________________ Paullina, IA Kim Nelson___________________________ 81-83__________________________ Denison, IA Trisha Nesbitt_________________________ 10-13_____________________________Ames, IA Jenny Noll____________________________ 93-97_________________________ Muscatine, IA Lindsey Nyenhuis______________________ 05-09______________________ Grand Rapids, MI Lynn Oberbillig________________________ 75-78_____________________Northampton, MA Amber O’Brien________________________ 99-03_____________________ Worthington, MN Lori Offergeld_________________________ 77-81___________________________ Chicago, IL Amanda Ollinger_____________________ 17-present________________ Cedar Rapids, IA Shannon Perry________________________ 94-98___________________________ Carson, CA Kali Peschel___________________________ 13-16______________________ Sauk Centre, MN Katharine Peters_______________________ 75-78_________________________ Dubuque, IA Randi Peterson________________________ 97-01________________________ Cedar Falls, IA Laura Podolak_________________________ 98-00____________________________Basalt, CO Ebone Pope__________________________ 04-06_________________________ Ottumwa, IA Franthea Price_________________________ 86-90_______________________ River Rouge, MI Jaime Printy__________________________ 10-13___________________________ Marion, IA Cassandra Rahming____________________ 88-92_____________________ W. Palm Beach, FL Jody Ratigan__________________________ 86-90____________________________ Neola, IA Erinn Reed____________________________ 93-94__________________________ Saginaw, MI Tiffany Reedy_________________________ 02-06____________________________ Dysart, IA Jackie Regel__________________________ 79-83_________________________ Glen Ellyn, IL Joni Rensvold_________________________ 78-80________________________ Cedar Falls, IA Kathryn Reynolds______________________ 12-15________________________ Cincinnati, OH Lindsay Richards_______________________ 02-03_________________________Barrington, IL Maureen Riopelle______________________ 80-81_________________________ Appleton, WI Sue Roeder___________________________ 78-81_________________________ Dubuque, IA Jade Rogers__________________________ 11-12______________________ Cedar Rapids, IA Kris Rogers___________________________ 76-82__________________________ Iowa City, IA Margie Rubow________________________ 75-78_________________________ Brighton, CO Stacy Schlapkohl______________________ 04-08____________________________Durant, IA Hailey Schneden______________________ 14-present__________________ Davenport, IA Jolynn Schneider______________________ 84-88______________________Grosse Pointe, MI Tracy Schrupp_________________________ 99-03__________________________ Gillette, WY Stephanie Schueler____________________ 87-91________________________ Sioux Falls, SD Alexis Sevillian_______________________ 17-present___________________ Goodrich, MI Becky Shrigley________________________ 88-92__________________________ Nashua, NH Laura Shawver________________________ 75-79_____________________ San Francisco, CA Megan Skouby________________________ 05-09__________________________ Mentor, OH Crystal Smith__________________________ 02-06________________________ Haughton, LA Kristi Smith___________________________ 05-09_________________________Thornton, CO Nicole Smith__________________________ 13-16___________________________Rockton, IL Tangela Smith_________________________ 94-98___________________________ Chicago, IL Johanna Solverson_____________________ 02-05, 08_____________________ Lake Zurich, IL Hannah Stewart______________________ 16-present______________________ Minot, ND Karen Swanson________________________ 78-79__________________________ Unavailable LaTonya Tate__________________________ 88-92___________________________ Detroit, MI Jill Taylor_____________________________ 88-90___________________________ Ambler, PA Theairra Taylor________________________ 10-14__________________________ St. Paul, MN Kathy Thomas_________________________ 13________________________________ Flint, MI Molly Tideback________________________ 90-93__________________________ Waterloo, IA Claire Till_____________________________ 13-16_________________________ Dubuque, IA Kayla Timmerman______________________ 13____________________________ Wayzata, MN DeDe Towe___________________________ 76-80_________________________ Alburnett, IA Necole Tunsil__________________________ 90-94______________________St. Petersburg, FL Nicole VanderPol______________________ 05-09_____________________ Grundy Center, IA Krista VandeVenter_____________________ 04-08___________________________ Osseo, MN Chinyere Vann_________________________ 96-97_________________________ Brooklyn, NY Shirley Vargason_______________________ 75-78_________________________ St. Charles, IL Polly Ven Horst________________________ 76-92____________________________ Dallas, TX Amy Van Arkel_________________________ 98-00________________________ Cedar Falls, IA Kamille Wahlin________________________ 08-12________________________Crookston, MN Tracy Washington______________________ 84-86_______________________Philadelphia, PA Jerica Watson_________________________ 98-02________________________ Milwaukee, WI Lorelei Watts__________________________ 87-89________________________ Rock Island, IL Trisha Waugh_________________________ 88-91__________________________ Jefferson, IA Melinda Welter________________________ 75-79_________________________ Glen Ellyn, IL Diana Williams________________________ 75-80___________________________ Chicago, IL Pam Williams__________________________ 84-88___________________________ Chicago, IL Malikah Willis_________________________ 94-98________________________ Cleveland, OH Diane Wilson__________________________ 76-81_______________________New London, IA Kris Wistrom__________________________ 79-83________________________Des Moines, IA Arneda Yarbrough_____________________ 91-95___________________________ Racine, WI Cheri Young__________________________ 79-82_________________________ Muscatine, IA


ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS #1 Amber O’Brien Alexa Kastanek #2 Kristi Faulkner Zoraa Quoie Kamille Wahlin Ally Disterhoft #3 Myesha Bledsoe Abby Emmert Kalli Hansen Claire Till Makenzie Meyer #4 Stacy Frese Kadaiya Johns Chase Coley #5 Jerica Watson April Calhoun Alexis Sevillian #10 Arneda Yarbrough Stephanie Schueler Tracy Washington Kris Rogers Chinyere Vann Kari Knopf Lindsey Meder Crystal Smith Megan Gustafson #11 Karen Clayton Cassandra Rahming Sue Roeder Jenna Armstrong Kristi Smith Trisha Nesbitt Tania Davis #12 Laurie Aaron Lorelei Watts Tammy McKay Maureen Riopelle Sue Beckwith Margie Rubow Leah Magner Jenna Armstrong Morgan Johnson Nadine Domond Kim Nelson #13 Kathy Thomas #15 Whitney Jennings

#20 April Calhoun Shante Jones Felicia Hall Lynn Kennedy Lindsay Geoffroy Shannon Perry Virgie Dillingham Patrice Jennings Ebone Pope Antonia Macklin Angie Lewis Lindsay Richards Kelly Krei #21 Necole Tunsil Robin Christian Tricia Blair Jenni Mayer Cara Consuegra Kachine Alexander Melissa Dixon Hannah Stewart #22 Susan Koering Becky Shrigley Jolynn Schneider Lisa Anderson Joni Rensvold Shirley Vargason Mary Berdo Kristi Faulkner Kelsey Cermak Samantha Logic Kathleen Doyle #23 Demetria Bright Robin Anderson Molly Finn DeDe Towe Mary Berdo Amy Van Arkel Theairra Taylor Christina Buttenham #24 Angela Hamblin Katie Abrahamson Rena McMillon Lisa Long Angie Lee Carmen Kinrade Melinda Welter Jeneé Graham Jaime Printy Tagyn Larson #25 Franthea Price Pam DuBose Diana Williams Kali Peschel

IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL #30 Michelle Edwards Angie Lee Polly Ven Horst #31 Malikah Willis Andrea Harmon Jill Taylor Donna Freitag Kris Wistrom Terri Lusignan Diane Wilson Barb Mueller Hannah Draxten #32 Natalie Chambers Erinn Reed LaTonya Tate Pam Williams Ann Kildahl Kim Howard Angela Gallagher Tia Jackson Jody Ratigan Maureen McAlpine Wendy Ausdemore Jade Rogers #33 Melinda Hippen Jane Heilskov Barb Muelle Katharine Peters Laura Podolak Deb Remmerde Kathryn Reynolds #34 Simone Edwards Molly Tideback Jolette Law Connie Grauer Connie Davis Cindy Johnson Lori Offergeld Becky Moessner Johanna Solverson Virginia Johnson Carly Mohns #35 Timicha Kirby Kristen Johnson Diane Wilson Teresa Meyer Bre Cera

#41 Darlene Kandel Terri Lusignan Cheri Young Karen Swanson Lynn Oberbillig #42 Tiffany Gooden Cathy Marx Shanda Berry Julie Genzen Diane Wilson Jackie Regel Cyndi Gaule Tiffany Reedy #43 Connie Davis Cindy Haugejorde Nicole VanderPol Amanda Ollinger #44 Trisha Waugh Marva Fuller Cheryl Baker Beatrice Bullock Megan Skouby #45 Randi Peterson Morgan Kasperek JoAnn Hamlin Nicole Smith #50 Tangela Smith Jennie Lillis Lindsey Nyenhuis Gabby Machado #51 Lisa Becker Krista VandeVenter Bethany Doolittle #52 Holly Andersen Hilleri Jennings Jamie Cavey #54 Amy Herrig Toni Foster Becca McCann Kayla Timmerman #55 Jenny Noll

#40 Melinda Hippen Gail Hudash Erin McGrane Laura Shawver Tracy Schrupp Stacy Schlapkohl Hailey Schneden

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IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1985 Amana Hawkeye Classic Iowa 75, Bradley 39 Memphis State 68, NC State 58 NC State 82, Bradley 42 (3rd) Iowa 77, Memphis State 56 (1st) 1986 Amana Hawkeye Classic Tennessee 86, Providence 70 Iowa 70, Boston 48 Providence 74, Boston 60 (3rd) Tennessee 74, Iowa 56 (1st) 1987 Amana Hawkeye Classic Georgia 58, Southern Illinois 53 Iowa 85, Missouri 71 Southern Illinois 69, Missouri 51 (3rd) Iowa 66, Georgia 56 (1st) 1988 Amana Hawkeye Classic Iowa 73, Miami of Ohio 44 Wake Forest 79, Eastern Illinois 66 Eastern Illinois 63, Miami of Ohio 59 (3rd) Iowa 78, Wake Forest 62 (1st) 1989 Amana Hawkeye Classic Iowa 90, Howard 57 Connecticut 93, Penn State 84 (OT) Penn State 107, Howard 69 (3rd) Iowa 81, Connecticut 49 (1st) 1990 Amana Hawkeye Classic Iowa 81, UCLA 52 LSU 74, Kansas 63 Kansas 76, UCLA 63 (3rd) Iowa 73, LSU 65 (OT, 1st) 1991 Amana Hawkeye Classic Washington 101, Northern Illinois 91 (2OT) Iowa 97, Ohio 52 Northern Illinois 73, Ohio 63 (3rd) Iowa 58, Washington 39 (1st)

1996 - No Classic Held 1997 Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic Washington 75, Kansas 64 Iowa 56, CS Northridge 67 Kansas 79, CS Northridge 66 (3rd) Washington 63, Iowa 62 (1st) 1998 Hawkeye Classic (Only three teams) Missouri 80, Princeton 56 Iowa 59, Princeton 44 Iowa 75, Missouri 68 (1st) 1999 Gazette Hawkeye Classic Iowa 92, Bradley 49 Syracuse 81, Chicago State 55 Bradley 77, Chicago State 42 (3rd) Iowa 76, Syracuse 73 (1st) 2000 Gazette Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 99, Western Illinois 54 Nevada-Reno 82, American 59 Western Illinois 72, American 66 (3rd) Iowa 73, Nevada-Reno 59 (1st) 2001 Gazette Hawkeye Challenge Kent State 74, UAB 59 Iowa 86, UTPA 38 UAB 102, UTPA 75 (3rd) Iowa 76, Kent State 65 (1st) 2002 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Charlotte 61, Murray State 44 Iowa 84, IUPUI 75 (OT) Murray State 70, IUPUI 66 (OT, 3rd) Iowa 85, Charlotte 70 (1st)

1992 Amana Hawkeye Classic Charlotte 57, Kentucky 54 Iowa 74, West Virginia 44 Kentucky 73, West Virgina 63 (3rd) Iowa 60, UNC Charlotte 38 (1st)

2003 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Houston 66, Gonzaga 54 Iowa 83, Butler, 60 Gonzaga 65, Butler 59 (3rd) Houston 70, Iowa 64 (1st) 2004 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Missouri 68, Northern Illinois 61 Iowa 66, Southern Illinois 50 Northern Illinois 61, Southern Illinois 43 (3rd) Iowa 75, Missouri 54 (1st)

1993 Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic Iowa 68, Laurentian 53 La. Tech 65, Butler 61 Butler 73, Laurentian 63 (3rd) Iowa 70, La. Tech 66 (1st)

2005 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Rutgers 76, San Jose State 64 Iowa 79, Vermont 57 Vermont 55, San Jose State 52 (3rd) Rutgers 57, Iowa 51 (1st)

1994 Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic Southern Cal 87, Marquette 76 Iowa 60, James Madison 30 Marquette 81, James Madison 65 (3rd) Iowa 65, Southern Cal 55 (1st)

2006 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 93, Quinnipiac 77 Florida International 64, Florida A&M 50 Quinnipiac 64, Florida A&M 45 (3rd) Iowa 72, Florida International 62 (1st)

1995 Prairie Lights Hawkeye Classic UC Santa Barbara 68, Maryland 52 Iowa 64, Stephen F. Austin 58 Maryland 67, Stephen F. Austin 63 (3rd) Iowa 68, UC Santa Barbara 57 (1st)

2007 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 87, Northern Illinois 43 Wyoming 66, Saint Joseph’s 64 Northern Illinois 90, Saint Joseph’s 82 (3rd) Wyoming 54, Iowa 50 (1st)

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HAWKEYE CHALLENGE RESULTS 2008 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 83, Boston University 58 Providence 68, Portland 61 (OT) Portland 74, Boston University 62 (3rd) Iowa 64, Providence 46 (1st) 2009 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Illinois State 61, UCLA 55 Iowa 67, Santa Clara 51 UCLA 77, Santa Clara 51 (3rd) Iowa 75, Illinois State 67 (1st) 2010 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 87, Northeastern 59 Central Michigan 78, Northern Colorado 74 Northeastern 61, Northern Colorado 53 (3rd) Iowa 90, Central Michigan 79 (1st) 2011 KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge UNLV 62, Butler 39 Iowa 90, Harvard 81 Butler 69, Harvard 68 (3rd) UNLV 69, Iowa 59 (1st) 2012 - No Classic Held 2013 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 70, UC Riverside 56 Dayton 89, UC Riverside 54 Iowa 97, Dayton 93 (OT) 2014 Hawkeye Challenge Dayton 78, UT Martin 47 Iowa 97, Pepperdine 68 Pepperdine 59, UT Martin 58 (3rd) Iowa 90, Dayton 83 (1st) 2015 Hawkeye Challenge Iowa 83, North Dakota 61 UT Martin 84, North Dakota Iowa 62, UT Martin 56


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HAWKEYE VISIONS

The Hawkeye Visions Endowment Program: Hawkeye Visions is an on-going campaign, which seeks to build an endowment capable of covering the cost, via earnings, of UI studentathlete scholarships. The program currently includes over 200 scholarships ranging from fully endowed scholarships, partially endowed, in development or scholarships pledged via an estate gift. The following Visionary and Leadership Scholarships will be awarded for the 2016-17 academic year. Visionary Level Scholarships Beth and Bob Allsop Point Guard Scholarship Ray Carlson Lineman Scholarship Mark Falb Quarterback Scholarship Bill and John Fenton Football Scholarship George C. and Nora Foerstner Memorial and Alex A. and JoAnn F. Meyer Football Scholarships Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Football Scholarships Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Men’s Basketball Scholarships Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Women’s Basketball Scholarship Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Wrestling Scholarship Russ and Ann Gerdin Family Athletic Scholarship Leonard A. and Marlene S. Hadley Center Football Scholarship

Mike “Hammer” Hammond Football Scholarship Fund Robert G. and Annalee Jacoby Hockridge Wrestling Scholarship Jim and Rhonda Juhlin Men’s Basketball Scholarship Nile Kinnick Leadership Scholarship Mary Lee Hawkeye Spirit Scholarships Gus and Theo Mastrogany End Scholarship Robert W. and Jean C. Ottilie Athletic Scholarships Ned and Reba Postels Family Men’s Basketball Scholarship Keith and Justine Schulte “6th-Man” Men’s Basketball Scholarship John and Peg Slusher Softball Catcher Scholarship Arthur E. Stanley Football Scholarships Chris Street Memorial Men’s Basketball Scholarship Dale L. Tieden Football Scholarships

Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie Athletic Scholarships Jim and Susan Woods Offensive Lineman Scholarship Leadership Level Scholarships Dr. C.F. “Larry” and Lois Barrett Football Scholarship Micheal and Patricia Beal Women’s Basketball Scholarship John and Ruth Beckman Scholarships P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., Women’s Basketball Scholarship P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., Rowing Scholarship Warren and Harriet Berman Family Football Scholarship Warren and Harriet Berman Family Men’s Basketball Scholarship Mike Boddicker Baseball Scholarship Lester Bookey Memorial Scholarship Patty and Tom Buroker Football Scholarship Tom and Lori Cardella Football Scholarship B. W. “Wayne” Carpenter Football Scholarship Carver Scholarship/Slater Award Gene and Jennie Clay Football Scholarship John and Mary Ann Colloton Men’s Basketball Scholarship John and Mary Ann Colloton Football Scholarship John and Mary Ann Colloton Women’s Basketball Scholarship John and Mary Ann Colloton Wrestling Scholarship Catherine Nacke Cooper Men’s Basketball Scholarship Brad and Peggy Davis Golf Scholarship Tom and Shari Davis Men’s Basketball Manager Scholarship Doran Family Gymnastics Scholarship C. W. “Bump” Elliott Football Scholarship Dr. Brent and Ellen Feller Men’s Basketball Scholarship John Ferentz Memorial Football Scholarship Fitzgerald Family Women’s Basketball Scholarship Hayden Fry Captain’s Scholarship Eugene and Pat Gauron Women’s Tennis Scholarship Al Grady Memorial Football Scholarship Carol Haupert Football Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Baseball Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Football Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Men’s Cross Country/Track Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Men’s Basketball Manager’s Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Softball Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Volleyball Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Women’s Basketball Scholarship Donald W. and Marilyn Heineking Wrestling Scholarship Theo and Glenda Hitchens Football Scholarship Theo and Glenda Hitchens Men’s Basketball Scholarship James Hoak Men’s Golf Scholarship Iowa Style Wrestling Scholarship Richard O. Jacobson Football Scholarship Johnson County I-Club Football Scholarship Johnson County I-Club Wrestling Scholarship Bud and Georgia Johnson Women’s Basketball Scholarship Bud and Georgia Johnson Volleyball Scholarship

Nile Kinnick Memorial Scholarships Nile Kinnick Scholarship for Women Ron Kirchhoff Men’s Basketball Scholarship Don and Joyce Klimes Football Scholarship W. A. Krause Football Scholarship Gary Kurdelmeier Wrestling Scholarship Robert and Dorothy Lee Scholarship Michael and Chelle Lehman Volleyball Scholarship Jack and Ailene Liechty Men’s Golf Scholarship Jack and Ailene Liechty Football Scholarship Jack and Ailene Liechty Men’s Basketball Scholarship Jack and Ailene Liechty Women’s Basketball Scholarship Linn County I-Club Football Scholarship Brad and Anne Lohaus Men’s Basketball Scholarship Paul Mason Memorial Scholarship Kirk and Diane Mellecker Family Men’s Tennis Scholarship Bob and Jo Lynne Meskimen Family Football Scholarship Monday Morning Quarterback Club Football Scholarship Terry and Susan Mulligan Football Scholarship Terry and Susan Mulligan Men’s Swimming Scholarship Bucky O’Connor Men’s Basketball Scholarship Bucky O’Connor Men’s Golf Scholarship Dennis and Donna Oldorf Athletic Scholarship Robert and Ruth Olson Football Scholarship Bob and Dorothy Otto Football Scholarship Dave Paulson Baseball Scholarship Whitey and Grace Piro Football Scholarship William and Kay Pitlik Wrestling Scholarship William and Kay Pitlik Football Scholarships William and Kay Pitlik Softball Scholarship William and Kay Pitlik Women’s Basketball Scholarship William and Kay Pitlik Field Hockey Scholarship Polk County I-Club Football Scholarship Polk County I-Club Softball Scholarship Rigler Family Football Scholarship Bob Root Memorial Football Scholarship Stella Wolff Sanford Women’s Scholarship Douglas D. Schnoebelen Women’s Basketball Scholarship John and Dorothy Sill Wrestling Scholarship Val, Marilyn and Gary Skarda Family Baseball Scholarship Roland and Esther Smith Men’s Athletic Scholarships Roland and Esther Smith Women’s Athletic Scholarships Professor Ralph I. and Barbara G. Stephens Women’s Basketball Scholarship Marshall Stewart Athletic Scholarship Dennis and Janice Oliver Strang Football Scholarship John Streif Men’s Basketball Scholarship Ben Trickey Memorial Scholarship Raymond K. and Susan K. Vawter Football Scholarship W. David Ward Football Scholarship Earl and Edna Yoder Football Scholarship

The Hawkeye Visions Endowment Program: Investing in a Winning Future!

To make a gift or for more information about the Hawkeye Visions Endowment Program, please contact Sloane R. Tyler, Director of Development, (319) 467-3410 or (800) 648-6973. Gifts made now may provide DOUBLE the impact via a matching program. To read more about the GOLDEN PLEDGE (matching gift) PROGRAM, visit jointheiclub.com. The UI Foundation is the preferred channel of support for private contributions to all areas of The University of Iowa. Athletic Endowed Scholarship Gift Levels Visionary Scholarship $400,000 example: The Jane Doe Women’s Basketball Point Guard Scholarship Leadership Scholarship $200,000 example: The Doe Family Women’s Basketball Scholarship

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Steve Roe

James Allan

Chris Brewer

Darren Miller

Your hosts in Carver-Hawkeye Arena include UI Athletic Communications staff members Steve Roe, James Allan, Chris Brewer, Cari Gold, Brandee Britt, Traci Wagner and Matthew Weitzel, along with Darren Miller, Director of New Media, and Brian Ray, UI athletics photographer. Rhonda Wetjen is the office secretary. The athletic communications staff also includes interns Jack Rossi and Sam Stych, and student staff members Breanna Kellogg, Madison Petersen, Kevin Quinn, Sydney Ocker, and Alex Snyder. Roe was named Director of Athletic Communications in July, 2011, after serving as interim director for one year. He joined the Hawkeye staff in 1990 and was named associate director in 1997. The Iowa City native earned his bachelor’s degree from Buena Vista University and his master’s degree from Northeast Louisiana University. He is the author of “HAWKEYES FOR LIFE”, published in 2007. Steve and his wife, Janet, have a daughter, Nike, and a son, James, two granddaughters, Teagan (11) and Lydia (3), and a grandson, Jack (6). Both Nike (law degree) and James (bachelor’s degree) earned degrees from the University of Iowa. Wagner is in her 18th year as an assistant after previously serving as a student assistant for four years and as an intern for two years. A native of Iowa Falls, Wagner earned her bachelor’s degree in 1997 with a double major in journalism and communication studies. Traci and her husband, Jason, have a son, Nicholas, and a daughter, Sydney. Weitzel was named associate director in July, 2012, after serving as assistant director since 1998. Weitzel graduated from the University of Iowa in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication, with an emphasis in business. The native of Mundelein, Illinois, was a student in the sports information office for three years. Brewer is in his eighth year as assistant director. He was named Division I Wrestling Sports Information Director of the Year by the National Wrestling Media Association (NWMA) in 2016. In 2004, the Iowa City native earned his English degree from the University of Iowa and served as a graduate assistant with the Detroit Lions media relations department. He and his wife, Brooke, have a daughter, Elyse, and a son, Del.

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Brandee Britt

Traci Wagner

Matthew Weitzel

Cari Gold

Miller is in his 10th year as director of new media in the UI athletics department after spending nearly 20 years working in the newspaper and sports information professions. He is a 1984 graduate of Tipton (Iowa) High School and a 1988 graduate of Wartburg College, majoring in communication arts (journalism/ public relations). Miller and his wife Ann have four children: Ashley, Melissa, Brittney and Kyle, and one grandson, Ryker. Allan is in his seventh year as a full-time assistant, joining the staff in November, 2010. It is Allan’s second stint in the office, as he served as a student assistant from 2000-04. Allan returned to Iowa City after serving as the sports information director at the University of Missouri-Kansas City from 2005-10, and as the athletics media relations intern at Texas Christian University in 2004-05. The Hampton, Iowa, native earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Iowa in May, 2004. He and his wife, Mary Ann, have three children, Jonathan, Will, and Eleanor. Gold is in her first year as assistant director, joining the Iowa program after serving as the assistant athletic media relations director at New Mexico State since 2015. Prior to working at New Mexico State, Gold spent a year at University of Louisiana Monroe as the media relations assistant. Gold earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in sport management from Christian Brothers University and a master’s in kinesiology with a concentration in sport management from LSU. Britt became a fulltime member of the Iowa staff in July, 2015. She served as a student assistant in the Athletic Communications office during her four years as an undergraduate. Britt, a native of Plano, Illinois, earned her bachelor’s degree from Iowa in journalism and sports studies in 2015. Ray joined the UI athletics department in December, 2013, as the athletics department photographer. Ray previously was the Iowa City chief photographer and senior visual journalist for the Cedar Rapids Gazette and is a Davenport, Iowa native. Ray earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa in journalism and psychology in 2002. Brian and his wife, Joanna, have a son, Boston, and a daughter, Joslynn.


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RADIO/TV ROSTER

#1 Alexa Kastanek Senior Guard

#2 Ally Disterhoft Senior Guard

#3 Makenzie Meyer Freshman Guard

#4 Chase Coley Junior Forward

#5 Alexis Sevillian Freshman Guard

#10 Megan Gustafson Sophomore Forward

#11 Tania Davis Sophomore Guard

#21 Hannah Stewart Sophomore Forward

#22 Kathleen Doyle Freshman Guard

#23 Christina Buttenham Junior Forward

#34 Carly Mohns Sophomore Forward

#35 Bre Cera Freshman Guard

#40 Hailey Schneden Senior Forward

#43 Amanda Ollinger Freshman Center

Lisa Bluder Head Coach

Lacey Goldwire Assistant Coach

Abby (Emmert) Stamp Director of Basketball Operations

Sean Sullivan Video Coordinator

Jan Jensen Associate Head Coach

Jenni Fitzgerald Assistant Coach

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