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- Iowa moves to 12-2 overall, and opens Big Ten play Jan. 2 at Indiana (12-0). Tip is set for 6 p.m. (CT) in Bloomington.
- The Hawkeyes have won 8-of-9 overall, and are 8-0 at home this season.
- Iowa led at the half, 45-28. The Hawkeyes ended the first half on a 25-4 run in the final 6:42, making five 3-point field goals.
- Iowa’s 12 wins prior to the start of conference play equal the most in a season under head coach Lisa Bluder. Iowa finished 12-1 in its pre-conference slate during the 2010-11 campaign.
- The Hawkeyes were 11-3 prior to the start of league play last season, and 11-0 in 2004-05.
- The Hawkeyes tallied 20 fast break points, limiting North Dakota to zero.
- Iowa has had three or more players score in double figures in each of the last 12 contests, including six in the win over North Dakota (Logic 21, Taylor 14, Dixon 13, Doolittle 12, Disterthoft 12, Kastanek 11). The six players in double figures matched a season high (Dayton).
- UI head coach Lisa Bluder needs seven wins to surpass Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer (269) as Iowa’s all-time winningest coach.
- Junior guard Melissa Dixon now has 156 career 3-pointers, equaling Leah Magner for seventh (156) on Iowa’s all-time list. Dixon finished with three 3-pointers against North Dakota.
- Junior guard Samantha Logic -- the Big Ten leader in assists -- finished with 21 points, seven rebounds and eight assists. The reigning Big Ten Player of the Week had a triple-double last time out against Drake.