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Iowa Volleyball 2014: First-year coach brings changes in team attitude

[ 0 ] August 27, 2014

Iowa’s last winning season came in 2000. But first-year coach Bond Shymansky has already spoke about hanging an NCAA banner in the gym. “Our ultimate goal is to win a national title,” Shymansky said. “A lot of that starts today with this group.” His first job to reach that plateau — changing the attitudes about […]

Bundle of energy Dwight ran swiftly to stardom

[ 0 ] August 23, 2014

Tim Dwight follows his passions, from sports to sunshine. Dwight was a swift bundle of relentless energy on the football field and on the track. He rose from a high school and college star in Iowa City to a 10-year career in the NFL. But if you get him started talking about solar energy now […]

Iowa football player to be Jake Gervase finishing up prep baseball

[ 0 ] July 29, 2014

Jake Gervase’s sport of the future is football, but he’d like to leave the state baseball tournament as a champion this week. Gervase will play football for the Iowa Hawkeyes. He’s also an all-state outfielder for Davenport Assumption. He scored twice and threw out the potential tying run to end the game in Tuesday’s 8-7 […]

Iowa football single game tickets on sale next week

[ 0 ] July 2, 2014

The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced Wednesday its plans for single game ticket sales to the seven home games of the nationally ranked 2014 football team. The Athletics Ticket Office will start selling single game tickets to the general public on Friday, July 11. That sale will begin after members of the National I-Club […]

Hawkeye women’s basketball to have sister coaches

[ 0 ] June 5, 2014

One Goldwire was not enough for the Hawkeyes. Now two of them will be sharing seats on the Iowa bench. Tiffany Goldwire has been hired as an Iowa women’s basketball assistant coach. She’ll join her sister, Lacey, who is currently an assistant. The sisters are from Oklahoma City, Okla. Tiffany played at Oklahoma City University, […]

Jeff Horner leaving Valley High position

[ 0 ] May 7, 2014

West Des Moines Valley boys’ basketball coach Jeff Horner has resigned after four seasons. Horner, who had a successful playing career at Mason City and at Iowa, has decided to pursue other coaching opportunities, according to Valley activities director Brad Rose. He led Valley to the state tournament twice, in 2012 and again this past […]

Ex-Hawkeye Jaime Printy to coach Linn-Mar girls

[ 0 ] May 7, 2014

Jaime Printy is going home again. The former Linn-Mar of Marion all-state basketball player — who went on to become a standout for the Iowa Hawkeye women — has been named as the head coach of her alma mater. Printy served as an assistant coach for Linn-Mar last season. Linn-Mar activities director Scott Mahmens confirmed […]

Louisville ends Iowa women’s season

[ 0 ] March 25, 2014

IOWA CITY, Ia. Louisville’s headed home, sweet home. The third-seeded Cardinals (32-4) ended Iowa’s postseason run Tuesday in an 83-53 win in an NCAA women’s basketball second-round game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The victory sends Louisville, last year’s national runner-up, back home to host a regional semifinal Sunday. All-American guard Shoni Schimmel poured in 26 points, […]

Basketball: Iowa recruit Whitney Jennings named Parade all-American

[ 0 ] March 18, 2014

Iowa women’s basketball recruit Whitney Jennings has been named to the Parade Magazine All-America team. Jennings is from Logansport, Ind. She led the state in scoring with a 32-point average. A 5-foot-5 senior, Jennings was a four-year starter. She also averaged 8.0 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 5.1 steals this season. She’s also an honor roll […]

Big Hawks, Little Hawks give Iowa City a football weekend

[ 0 ] March 7, 2014

Big and Little Cyclones and Hawkeyes will give the Iowa football fans a weekend doubleheader. The Iowa High School Athletic Association announced schedules for football teams for the next two seasons today. Among the new rivalries created is a game between Ames and Iowa City High on the eve of the annual Iowa-Iowa State clash. The […]