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Hawkeyes fall to Michigan in overtime

A game that looked to go the Hawkeyes’ way didn’t, as Michigan escaped Carver-Hawkeye Arena with an 80-78 overtime win on Tuesday over Iowa.


Commentary: Individual performances not enough

On Tuesday, Iowa had the best player on the court. Sophomore Aaron Fuller was masterful. He wheeled his way through the lane at will, soared above the rim for boards, and used a variety of post moves to abuse Michigan’s interior defense. But it wasn’t enough to down the Wolverines.


Women’s swimming heads to Big Ten championships

Hawkeyes hope to ‘let the performance come out’ today at the Big Ten championships.


Throwing his weight around

Throwing coach Scott Cappos has built a powerhouse at Iowa.


Men’s diving team rebuilding

The men’s diving team expects to be young, but competitive next season.


Commentary: Let the student section hold up signs

Currently, holding up a homemade banners or signs is illegal in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Not even a small sign. Not even during time outs.


Wrestler brings hometown tradition to Intramural mats

Trever Olsen, an Osage, Iowa native, continues his town’s long history of wrestling championships.


Former walk-on wrestler nabs title

Once an Iowa walk-on, Christopher Johnson captured the 141-pound intramural wrestling title Monday night.


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