The Hawkeyes won’t have to wait long to see where they stand against the league’s best.
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The summer routine for Drew Ott was pretty much like that of the rest of his defensive line mates. “I just focused on getting, bigger, faster and stronger, working on speed rushing, watching film and trying to improve,” Ott said. It may sound pretty basic, but Ott’s summer regime did come with one small alteration […]
Marshall Koehn came to Iowa with one ultimate goal. Three long years later, the former Solon standout finds himself in position to make that top goal a reality. Koehn entered fall camp atop the Iowa depth chart at place kicker and one of three players vying to be the starter when Iowa kicks things off Aug. […]
Like anyone who has followed Iowa football the past several years, freshman Bo Bower knows exactly who will be missing from the Hawkeye’s linebacker corps this fall.
Kali Peschel doesn’t exactly fit the mold of summer league superstar.
All-Americans, school-record setters, national tournament qualifiers, national team members and a scoring champion, the University of Iowa women’s athletic teams had all of those this season.
Last season, the Iowa women’s basketball team continued its recent trend of knocking off ranked opponents.
Megan Gustafson, a 6-foot-4 junior from South Shore High School in Port Wing, Wis., verbally committed to play for the Hawkeyes, beginning in 2015.
Knee injuries threatened to end Theairra Taylor’s basketball career three times during her career at Iowa.
Not much went right for the Iowa women’s basketball team Tuesday against Louisville.