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SPORTS


Hawkeyes focus on Arkansas State before anything else

Whether Iowa can overcome Arkansas State on Saturday at home could mean the beginning of a lot of firsts for head coach Kirk Ferentz.


Soccer to take on Badgers

Seniors and freshmen alike are ready for the Iowa soccer team to begin the Big Ten season.


Aquahawks look to build on last year’s success

The Iowa women’s swimming and diving team looks forward to a successful season in its final year competing at the Field House.


Coming up for air

The Iowa men’s swimming and diving team begins its final season at the Field House on Saturday with the inaugural Pink Meet.


Keeping his legacy running

Steve Goff, an athlete and former leisure-studies professor at the UI, died in 1998, but his legacy continues through the intramural 5K race named in his honor.


Iowa volleyball takes on top-ranked Penn State

The Iowa volleyball team travels to State College, Pa., to face No. 1 Penn State this weekend.


Field hockey battles Hoosiers

The Iowa field hockey team looks to extend its winning streak against Indiana tonight.


Busy recruit visits for women’s golf

For the Iowa women’s golf team, a recruit’s official visit is just 48 hours. In that small time frame, prospective student-athletes must see golf facilities, academic facilities, spend time with the team, and usually attend a sporting event.


Montgomery an honorary captain

Former Iowa fullback Lew Montgomery has been named an honorary captain for the Hawkeyes’ game against Arkansas State on Saturday.


City High QB Derby to announce college pick

Highly touted City High senior quarterback A.J. Derby will announce which college team he plans to play for today during a press conference at City High School at 4 p.m.


PREGAME


Drawing the line

The play of Iowa’s defensive front four is propelling the Hawkeyes into Big Ten contention.


Conducting the Hawkeye symphony

Kirk Ferentz’s coaching has been something to marvel at this year.


Angerer on ‘D’

This week, Iowa senior linebacker Pat Angerer spoke with the local media after receiving three different defensive player-of-the-week accolades this week for piling up 14 tackles, an interception, and a forced fumble in Iowa’s 21-10 victory over Penn State last weekend.


Willing to take the fifth

With wins over Arizona and Penn State, Iowa is off to one of its best starts in the Kirk Ferentz era.


Is now a good week for Iowa to play Arkansas State?

Two staffers debate.


The playmaker

Junior wideout Derrell Johnson-Koulianos has quietly made a case for himself since falling in the two-deep during the off-season.


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