Sam Louwagie, Pregame editor I think this is the last game Iowa wins this year. The Hawkeyes and Purdue are both sort of playing out the string here, but Purdue is a severely downtrodden program. I think the Hawkeyes jump all over them early and then coast through the second half in a game a […]
The Iowa men’s basketball team defeated the University of Texas-Pan American, 86-55 in the season opener for both teams at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Friday. The Black and Gold front-court carried the day as junior forwards Zach McCabe and Melsahn Basabe, sophomore forward Aaron White and freshman center Adam Woodbury combined to score 49 of the team’s […]
The Hawkeyes built an early 25-7 lead the visiting Broncs before enduring a stretch where the team missed nine-consecutive field goal attempts. UTPA cut the lead down to as little as 11, but that was where their run would end. The Black and Gold found their stroke late in the period closing the half on […]
Senior Jaime Printy flourishes in her return to the Iowa women’s lineup despite coming off the bench
By Cody Goodwin firstname.lastname@example.org Here’s something nobody would’ve guessed: Iowa’s Jaime Printy was nervous before Friday night’s women’s basketball game against NIU. Her focused, pensive expression made it seem almost impossible to believe during her pregame warm ups. “I usually don’t get nervous before games,” Printy admitted. “It just feels great to get back out […]
The Iowa women’s basketball team got off to a hot start Friday night, beating the Northern Illinois Huskies 63-40 in the season opener. Friday also served as the first round of the preseason Woman’s National Invitation Tournament. The matchup featured two evenly sized teams, but Iowa quickly showed an advantage with their depth at Carver […]
A University of Iowa Athletics Department official who resigned this week has been accused of inappropriately touching student-athletes and trading tickets for sexual favors, according to documents obtained by the Iowa City Press-Citizen. According to the UI’s internal investigation, Peter Gray — who resigned from his position as the department’s Associate Director of Student Services on Monday […]
Iowa City police are searching for the suspect in a reported armed attack on Friday morning. According to a city press release, Iowa City police responded to 736 Sandusky Drive at 6:17 a.m. on Friday morning after the report of an armed subject. The subject fled the area once officers arrived, the release said. The […]
The University of Iowa lost a cherished friend Thursday. Samuel Becker, namesake of the UI’s Becker Communications Building died on November 8 at the age of 89. Becker came to the UI in 1940 as an undergraduate and by 1950 was a faculty member. He earned his B.A., M.A. and PhD at the UI, making […]
U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa, has been elected to his fourth term the U.S. House of Representatives. Loebsack won 68 percent of the vote in Johnson County, with 48,669 votes. Archer won 31 percent of the vote, taking 22,114 votes.
President Barack Obama was re-elected to his second term as of Tuesday evening according to several national and local media sources. Obama won Iowa as well as several other states to push him to the 274 electoral votes he holds currently as of 10:56 p.m.