IOWA CITY, Ia. – A national television audience caught a glimpse of Bethany Doolittle’s potential. The Iowa women’s basketball team ended its season Tuesday with a 74-57 loss to Notre Dame, on ESPN2, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. It was the final Carver-Hawkeye Arena appearance for seniors Morgan Johnson, Jaime Printy and […]
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Trisha Nesbitt has been working tirelessly in the long shadows cast by fellow seniors Morgan Johnson and Jaime Printy. But the Ames native has found a way to make an impact behind the scenes. “She’s really playing her best basketball but still in that role-player role,” Iowa coach Lisa Bluder said. “And that’s difficult. That’s […]
University of Iowa freshman Kathryn Reynolds suffered a torn ACL in her left knee on Wednesday.
Dixon has taken over for Printy, lost for the season with an ACL injury, and has big shoes to fill.
Dixon, out with an undetermined knee injury, is the latest Hawkeye to miss time.
Senior Megan Considine will miss the 2011-12 season.
Iowa City, Ia. — It’s time for Kachine Alexander’s favorite dance. In this case, it’s her last dance. Come Saturday, the Iowa women’s basketball team will be making its fourth straight appearance in the Big Dance that is the NCAA Tournament. The term is more than a cliche for Alexander, who uses dancing to build […]
The sophomore returns from an injury and backs up point guard Kamille Wahlin, adding depth to the Hawkeyes.
Iowa sophomore point guard Trisha Nesbitt played four minutes on Wednesday at Minnesota, effectively forfeiting a redshirt this season.