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SPORTS


Good Hawkeye reception

Iowa assistant Erik Campbell received the Iowa’s game ball following a 30-28 win over Michigan.


Video: Football Forum - Iowa vs. Michigan Recap

Today’s Football Forum reviews Iowa’s Homecoming win against Michigan.


Commentary: An undefeated sensibility

Only eight teams in the country can boast being undefeated this year — and Iowa is one of them.


Baseball finishes 1-1 in fall ball

The Iowa baseball team fell short against Iowa Central at Duane Banks Field over the weekend, 6-5.


Volleyball overpowers No. 18 Michigan State

The Iowa volleyball team upset No. 18 Michigan State in a 3-0 sweep at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Sunday.


Field hockey falls

The Iowa field-hockey team fell to No. 20 Ohio State, 2-0, in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday.


Men’s swimming starts with a bang

The Iowa men’s swimming team began its season in compelling fashion, blowing by Truman State, 182-78, in Kirksville, Mo.


AquaHawks down Truman State

The Iowa women’s swimming and diving team started its season on a good note over the weekend, defeating Division-II Truman State, 182-78.


Soccer loses two

The Iowa soccer team dropped a pair of conference road matches over the weekend, falling to 8-6 overall, 0-4 in the Big Ten.


Iowa football gets oral commitment

Texas defensive lineman Donavan Johnson announced over the weekend he will be a member of the Iowa football team.


Ninjas triumph in mud

On a cold and mud-churned turf, the seventh-ranked Ninjas squad came up with a flag-football regular-season finale victory, 40-7, over Touchdown There on Sunday night at the Hawkeye Recreation Fields.


Edgy in the fraternity flag-football league

Flag-football typically doesn’t conjure images of hard fought battles or passion, but for UI fraternities participating in the intramurals league, the games can get intense.


West defeats Wahlert with Rogers’ three touchdowns

Iowa City West improves to 3-4 after a shutout against Dubuque Wahlert.


Regina blasts West Liberty

Holding on to the football seemed to be an impossible task for West Liberty’s offense during the first quarter of the district game against Regina on Oct. 9.


Clippers claim Homecoming victory over Washington

Clear Creek Amana played a complete game against Washington on Oct. 9, with the offense, defense, and special teams all contributing to a 31-7 win.


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