|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 men’s basketball team cracked the USA Today/Coaches poll this week, ranking 25th with 74 votes. The Hawkeyes received 144 votes in the Associated Press ranking, and are 22 votes from making that top 25.
Iowa has opened its season with four consecutive victories, winning by a margin of 39.8 points. The Hawkeyes scored 100-plus points in each of their last two games.
Iowa returns to action on Friday when the Hawkeyes host head coach Fran McCaffery’s alma mater, Penn. Tipoff is slated for 6 p.m. (CT) on Mediacom Court at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. 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.
The Vegas line is Iowa by 6-6 1/2. Honestly, I was surprised by this. Obviously, they think that Iowa is a superior team, which will drive my Michigan-based family up the wall :) But, that's why they play the games.
Here are the game notes from the Athletic DepartmentView Document
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The University of Iowa wrestling team opened the 2013-14 season winning 12 individual titles Saturday at the Luther Open.
Iowa swept 10 weights in the Elite Division and added a pair of titles in the Freshmen Division.
Bobby Telford led the Hawkeyes with five falls, navigating the 285-pound bracket in a combined time of 7:32. It was Telford’s first appearance since leaving last year’s national tournament due to injury.
“I’m feeling good right now,” said Telford, “I always felt good with my training, so it was just great to get out there. There was never a concern, never a doubt. I’m feeling strong and now we just keep going.”
Iowa’s 10 individual champions combined for 21 pins, and the entire Iowa lineup totaled 48 falls.
“I like that we won 10 weight classes and I like that we were wrestling guys in the finals,” said UI head coach Tom Brands. “There are always things to work on. We need to get healthy and we need to eliminate some things, but we’ll move forward and we’ll continue to build. We have a lot of guys feeling good about today and that's a good thing.”
Returning All-Americans Tony Ramos, Derek St. John, Mike Evans and Ethen Lofthouse were among the tournament champions. Ramos scored three falls and a major decision en route to the 133-pound title, and Evans used three pins and two technical falls to win the 174-pound bracket.
St. John and Lofthouse both wrestled teammates in their respective finals. St. John won the 157-pound title with a 9-2 win over Brandon Sorensen, and Lofthouse defeated Sammy Brooks, 3-2, in the 184-pound finals.
Two other weight classes featured all-Iowa finals. Cory Clark defeated Thomas Gilman, 4-0, at 125, and Josh Dziewa blanked Topher Carton, 4-0, at 141. Clark and Gilman combined for five pins and one tech fall before meeting in the finals.
Other Hawkeye champions included Michael Kelly at 149, Walt Gillmor at 165, and Kris Klapprodt at 197.
The Hawkeyes swept the top four spots at 184. Lofthouse and Brooks placed 1-2, and Jeremy Fahler and Alex Meyer placed third and fourth, respectively.
Matt Gurule (125), Ethan Owens (141), Brody Grothus (149), Patrick Rhoads (157) and Tomas Lira (197) each won their respective consolation brackets to place third.
Phillip Laux and Broc Berge won titles in the Freshmen Division. Laux won the 125-pound bracket, and Berge won the 197-pound class.
The Hawkeyes return to the mat Friday, Nov. 22, at the Iowa City Duals. Iowa hosts Baker University, Cornell College and Iowa Central on Mediacom Mat at Carver-Hawkeye Arena beginning at 10 a.m. (CT).