|2013 Schedule (All times CT)|
|14||@ Iowa State-5:00pm|
|5||Michigan State-11:00am HOMECOMING|
|19||@ Ohio State-2:30pm|
Big Ten Championship Game @ Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN-7:00pm
|11/03/13||vs. Augustana (Ill.) #||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/08/13||vs. UNC-Wilmington||Iowa City, Iowa||8:30 PM|
|11/10/13||vs. Nebraska-Omaha||Iowa City, Iowa||3:30 PM|
|11/14/13||vs. Maryland Eastern Shore||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|11/22/13||vs. Penn||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|Battle 4 Atlantis|
|11/28/13||vs. Xavier||Nassau, Bahamas||6:00 PM|
|Big Ten / ACC Challenge|
|12/03/13||vs. Notre Dame||Iowa City, Iowa||8:15 PM|
|Hy-Vee Big Four Classic|
|12/07/13||vs. Drake||Des Moines, Iowa||TBA|
|12/09/13||vs. Fairleigh Dickinson||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|12/13/13||at Iowa State||Ames, Iowa||8:30 PM|
|12/22/13||vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff||Iowa City, Iowa||1:00 PM|
|12/31/13||vs. Nebraska *||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|01/05/14||at Wisconsin *||Madison, Wis.||6:30 PM|
|01/09/14||vs. Northwestern *||Iowa City, Iowa||8:00 PM|
|01/12/14||at Ohio State *||Columbus, Ohio||TBA|
|01/19/14||vs. Minnesota *||Iowa City, Iowa||12:00 PM|
|01/22/14||at Michigan *||Ann Arbor, Mich.||6:00 PM|
|01/25/14||at Northwestern *||Evanston, Ill.||11:00 AM|
|01/28/14||vs. Michigan State *||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|02/01/14||at Illinois *||Champaign, Ill.||6:30 PM|
|02/04/14||vs. Ohio State||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|02/08/14||vs. Michigan *||Iowa City, Iowa||1:00 PM|
|02/15/14||at Penn State *||University Park, Pa.||12:00 PM|
|02/18/14||at Indiana *||Bloomington, Ind.||8:00 PM|
|02/22/14||vs. Wisconsin *||Iowa City, Iowa||11:00 AM|
|02/25/14||at Minnesota *||Minneapolis, Minn.||6:00 PM|
|03/01/14||vs. Purdue *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|03/02/14||vs. Purdue *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|03/06/14||at Michigan State *||East Lansing, Mich.||8:00 PM|
|03/08/14||vs. Illinois *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|03/09/14||vs. Illinois *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|03/13/14||Big Ten Tournament||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
|03/14/14||Big Ten Tournament||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
|03/15/14||Big Ten Tournament||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
|03/16/14||Big Ten Tournament||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
|11/03/13||vs. Concordia-St. Paul #||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/08/13||vs. UC Riverside||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/10/13||vs. Dayton||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/13/13||vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/17/13||vs. Stony Brook||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|11/20/13||at Colorado||Boulder, Colo.||TBA|
|11/24/13||at Northern Iowa||Cedar Falls, Iowa||TBA|
|11/28/13||vs. USC||Cancun, Mexico||7:30 PM|
|11/29/13||vs. Boston College||Cancun, Mexico||5:00 PM|
|11/30/13||vs. UNC-Wilmington||Cancun, Mexico||7:30 PM|
|Big Ten/ACC Challenge|
|12/05/13||vs. Syracuse||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|12/07/13||vs. Idaho State||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|12/12/13||at Iowa State||Ames, Iowa||TBA|
|12/21/13||vs. Drake University||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|12/28/13||vs. North Dakota||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|01/02/14||at Indiana *||Bloomington, Ind.||6:00 PM|
|01/05/14||vs. Penn State *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|01/08/14||vs. Minnesota *||Iowa City, Iowa||7:00 PM|
|01/12/14||at Wisconsin *||Madison, Wis.||2:00 PM|
|01/16/14||vs. Michigan State *||Iowa City, Iowa||7:00 PM|
|01/19/14||at Ohio State *||Columbus, Ohio||2:00 PM|
|01/25/14||vs. Indiana *||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|01/29/14||at Minnesota *||Minneapolis, Minn.||7:00 PM|
|02/01/14||vs. Nebraska *||Iowa City, Iowa||TBA|
|02/06/14||at Penn State *||University Park, Pa.||5:00 PM|
|02/10/14||vs. Northwestern *||Iowa City, Iowa||6:00 PM|
|02/13/14||vs. Illinois *||Iowa City, Iowa||8:00 PM|
|02/16/14||at Purdue *||West Lafayette, Ind.||TBA|
|02/22/14||at Michigan *||Ann Arbor, Mich.||12:30 PM|
|02/27/14||vs. Ohio State *||Iowa City, Iowa||6/7/8 PM|
|03/02/14||at Illinois *||Champaign, Ill.||1/3/5 PM|
|2014 Big Ten Tournament|
|03/06/14||First Round||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
|03/07/14||Second Round||Indianapolis, Ind.||TBA|
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The University of Iowa women’s basketball team cracked the Associated Press Top 25 poll this week, ranking 25th with 93 votes.
The Hawkeyes (8-1) have won four-straight overall -- all coming away from Iowa City. Iowa won at Northern Iowa, 67-60, on Nov. 20, before winning three contests at the Cancun Challenge by double digits. The Hawkeyes defeated Southern California (78-65), Boston College (78-68), and UNC-Wilmington (102-65).
Connecticut is the only team in the top 25 poll with more victories (nine) than the Hawkeyes.
Iowa hosts No. 22 Syracuse on Thursday in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. (CT) on Mediacom Court at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The game will be broadcast live on the Big Ten Network.
Tickets are available online at hawkeyesports.com, by calling 1-800-IA-HAWKS, or visiting the UI Ticket Office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena during business hours.
Iowa is still nationally ranked...let's see how Aaron White's eyes look tonight. Here are your game notes, and Iowa is a 10 point favorite! View Document
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- University of Iowa senior linebackers James Morris and Christian Kirksey have earned multiple honors for their play in Iowa’s 38-17 win at Nebraska Friday in the third annual Hy-Vee Heroes Game. The win was Iowa’s third straight, giving the Hawkeyes a regular season record of 8-4. Iowa tied for second in the Legends Division of the Big Ten with a 5-3 conference record.
Kirksey was named national Defensive Player of the Week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, while Morris was named National Defensive Performer and National Linebacker of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA). The CFPA named Kirksey honorable mention Linebacker of the Week and sophomore Connor Kornbrath honorable mention Punter of the Week.
College Sports Madness and Athlon Sports each named Morris their Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. The Walter Camp Football Foundation is in its 10th year honoring and offensive and defensive Player of the Week. Previous Hawkeyes to be recognized include linebacker Chad Greenway (Sept. 5, 2004) and linebacker Mike Klinkenborg (Sept. 17, 2006).
Iowa’s defense held Nebraska to 17 points, 89 net rushing yards and 288 yards total offense. The Huskers entered the game ranked 19th nationally in rushing yards per game (233.7). The Hawkeyes recorded two sacks, two interceptions and recovered one fumble, with two of the three turnovers leading directly to touchdowns.
Kirksey (St. Louis, Mo.) led the Hawkeyes with 11 tackles, including four solo stops. He recorded three tackles for loss and one sack, to go with a caused fumble, a pass break and a quarterback pressure. Kirksey became the 17th Hawkeye defender to surpass 300 career tackles (308).
Morris (Solon, Iowa) had five solo tackles and five assists, including four tackles for loss and one sack. Morris came up with his fourth interception of the year in the first quarter, which led to Iowa’s first touchdown of the game. He also collected a pass break-up and a quarterback pressure. Morris ranks sixth in career tackles (392).
Kornbrath (Bridgeport, W.V.) has handled all punting duties this season and was recognized by CFPA for the second time (Western Michigan). He averaged 40.3 yards on seven punts, with a long of 55 yards. Three of his punts were downed inside the 20, including two inside the 10. Iowa opponents this season are averaging just 4.9 yards on 17 returns.
With its 8-4 record, Iowa is tied for third among all BCS schools in improved win total from 2012 to 2013, trailing only Auburn (+8), Boston College (+6) and Missouri (+6). The Hawkeyes are tied with Michigan State and Duke. Iowa is bowl eligible for the 12th time in 13 seasons and has won at least eight games in four of the last six years.
AMES, Iowa – The University of Iowa wrestling team won 7-of-10 bouts to top Iowa State (5-1) on Sunday inside Hilton Coliseum, 23-9.
Tony Ramos and Mike Evans scored bonus points, and No. 8 Nick Moore defeated No. 6 Mike Moreno to help Iowa (4-0) win its 11th straight in the series and maintain possession of the Dan Gable Trophy.
“When we come to town we know we’re getting a battle,” said UI head coach Tom Brands, who improved to 9-0 all-time against Iowa State. “We had opportunities to put things away and widen gaps, and we’re missing those opportunities. We need to anchor what’s there and finish those scoring opportunities.”
Evans opened the dual with a major decision at 174. He scored three takedowns, two nearfall points and 2:19 of riding time to top Tanner Weatherspoon, 10-1.
“I think we were looking for bonus points, but when you go out and wrestle a team like Iowa State you know they want to keep it close,” said Evans. “That can make it hard, but it’s on us to create separation. We need to start doing that. We need to open up and break open the match.”
Ethen Lofthouse extended Iowa’s lead to 7-0 with a 4-0 win at 184. Lofthouse scored a takedown in the first, an escape in the second, and added 1:44 of riding time to defeat Leland Weatherspoon.
Cory Clark, Ramos, and Josh Dziewa strung together consecutive wins at 125, 133, and 141 to help Iowa extend its lead to 17-6 after Iowa State had pulled within a point.
Clark’s 2:44 of riding time was the difference in an 8-7 win over Earl Hall.
“We’ve seen Clark battle,” said Brands. “He knows where he’s at and he’s aware. He won that match on awareness. He won on riding time and on keeping the guy down. He won that match because he’s pretty gutsy.”
Ramos totaled seven takedowns and earned 3:43 of riding time in a 16-5 major decision at 131, and Dziewa used a pair of three-point nearfalls to rally past Gabe Moreno, 12-5, at 141.
Derek St. John earned a 5-1 win over John Nicholson at 157, which meant the team outcome was already decided when Moore met Moreno in the final match of the afternoon.
The pair exchanged escapes in the second and third periods before Moore came out on top of a scramble with 1:01 left in the third, eventually breaking Moreno flat as time expired to earn a 3-1 win.
“I got there and he was pretty deep in my legs,” said Moore, who is 2-1 all-time against Moreno. “It worked out for me, but it’s something where you have to get your hips back and get around, rather than getting in the scramble.
“Now it’s important to keep building from here, keep everything in perspective and take it for what it’s worth.”
The Cyclones won at 197, 285 and 149. Kyven Gadson defeated Sammy Brooks, 3-2, at 197, and Quean Smith scored a takedown in sudden victory to top Terrance Jean-Jacques, 6-4, at 285.
Luke Goettl used a takedown with two seconds on the clock to defeat Michael Evans, 4-2, at 149.
The Hawkeyes return to the mat Thursday at 6 p.m. (CT) at No. 14 Edinboro. Iowa returns home Dec. 12 to face Bufallo at 7 p.m. (CT).
Notes: Attendance was 6,261… Iowa retains possession of the Dan Gable Trophy… the Hawkeyes have won 11 straight in the series, including the last four meetings since the inception of the traveling trophy… Iowa owns a 7-6 advantage in the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series… Brooks was making his first career dual appearance and his first appearance at 197.
#4 IOWA 23, #15 Iowa State 9
174 – #6 Mike Evans (IA) major dec. #8 Tanner Weatherman (ISU), 10-1; 4-0
184 – #2 Ethen Lofthouse (IA) dec. Leland Weatherspoon (ISU), 4-0; 7-0
197 – #3 Kyven Gadson (ISU) dec. Sammy Brooks (IA), 3-2; 7-3
285 – Quean Smith (ISU) dec. Terrance Jean-Jacques (IA), 6-4 (SV); 7-6
125 – #4 Cory Clark (IA) dec. Earl Hall (ISU), 8-7; 10-6
133 – #1 Tony Ramos (IA) major dec. Dakota Bauer (ISU), 16-5; 14-6
141 – #14 Josh Dziewa (IA) dec. Gabe Moreno (ISU), 12-5; 17-6
149 – Luke Goettl (ISU) dec. Michael Kelly (IA), 4-2; 17-9
157 – #1 Derek St. John (IA) dec. John Nicholson (ISU), 5-1; 20-9
165 – #8 Nick Moore (IA) dec. #6 Mike Moreno (ISU), 3-1; 23-9
How impressive were the Hawks this weekend? Yeah, they blew a second half lead to 'Nova, but Zach McCabe stepping up as well as he did to fill gaps in scoring was awesome.
View Document There's your game stats. What you WON'T see in there are the black eyes Aaron White rec'd from Villanova players. Kneed in the face for the right eye and poked in the left eye.
View Document And your season to date stats. Iowa is on the air Tuesday night for the B1G/ACC Challenge, facing Notre Dame.
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Iowa (8-1) defeated UNC-Wilmington on Saturday night, 102-65, to finish first in the Mayan Division of the Cancun Challenge with a perfect 3-0 mark (Iowa also defeated USC and Boston College).
Iowa moves to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the Cancun Challenge (Iowa defeated USC on Thursday, 78-65). They face UNC-Wilmington tonight at 730.
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