powered by the Iowa City Press-Citizen & The Des Moines Register
Subscribe via RSS Feed

Hawkeyes to wear special patches Saturday to honor Street

[ 0 ] January 18, 2013 |

Chris Street will be honored at halftime of Saturday’s Iowa-Wisconsin basketball game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

Iowa’s Chris Street Award winners will also be recognized during the ceremony. The award, first given in 1993, is presented annually to “a Hawkeye player who best exemplifies the spirit, enthusiasm and intensity of Chris Street.”

Iowa players will wear CMS 40 patches on their uniforms for the game, which occurs on the 20th anniversary of Street’s death in a car accident on the outskirts of Iowa City. Coaches will wear “40’ lapel pins. Street’s No. 40 was retired in 1993. Hawkeye players will also wear T-shirts that honor Street when they warm up.



WHO: Wisconsin (13-4, 4-0 Big Ten) at Iowa (12-5, 1-3)

WHERE: Carver-Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City.

TIPOFF: 7 p.m.

TICKETS: Sold out.

TELEVISION: Big Ten Network.


WHO-AM (1040) and Hawkeye Radio Network.

STAT LEADERS: For Wisconsin – Jared Berggren 12.9 ppg; Ryan Evans 7.8 rpg; Ben Brust 3.1 apg; for Iowa – Devyn Marble 15.0 ppg; Aaron White 6.1 rpg; Anthony Clemmons 4.2 apg.

ABOUT THE BADGERS: Wisconsin has won seven straight games, including victories over No. 12 Illinois at home and at No. 2 Indiana Tuesday. The victory over the Hoosiers marked the highest-ranked team Wisconsin has ever defeated on the road.

ABOUT THE HAWKEYES: In addition to leading the team in rebounding, White has made a team-high 75 free throws. He’s also attempted a team-high 102 free throws. The sophomore is Iowa’s No. 2 scorer at 13.3 points a game.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: The last three Wisconsin-Iowa games have been decided by one point or in overtime: Iowa won last season (67-66); the Badgers won in overtime in 2011, 62-59; and Iowa won in overtime in 2009, 73-69. Iowa leads the series, 78-77.


Tags: ,

Category: Iowa Hawkeyes men's basketball

About Rick Brown: Rick Brown covers men's basketball for The Des Moines Register and Hawk Central. He's married and the father of two. He also covers golf for the Register. View author profile.

Comments closed