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SPORTS


Iowa women beat Minnesota in final seconds

The Iowa women’s basketball team snaps its two-game losing streak with a win against Minnesota.


Commentary: Iowa’s last second win a cause for concern

The Hawkeyes were nearly upset by the Big Ten bottom feeders at home.


Future Hawkeye named McDonald’s All-American

Incoming women’s basketball recruit Samantha Logic has been named a 2010-11 McDonald’s All-American.


Wrestling seniors age gracefully

Hawkeyes Aaron Janssen and Luke Lofthouse are making dramatic improvements just in time to finish their careers with a bang.


Men’s basketball looks to improve rebounding against Minnesota

The Hawkeyes surrendered 16 offensive rebounds in their last game against Wisconsin and gave up 15 offensive boards to the Golden Gophers in their last contest.


Men’s gymnasts thrive at home

In its second of only three home meets, the men’s gymnastics team takes on Minnesota tonight.


GymHawks hope to perform differently against Denver

The women’s gymnastics team hopes to break its streak of bad falls this weekend and continue to stay collected as a team.


Hawkeye baseball has high hopes for 2011

Seven starters and 10 pitchers return for the Iowa baseball team this season.


Out in a Blase of glory

Iowa fifth-year catcher Tyson Blaser is gearing up for his final go-around after enjoying a rare injury-free season last year.


Iowa softball opens its season in Athens, Ga.

The Hawkeyes will face five opponents that qualified for the NCAA regionals last season in the Black and Red Showcase.


Men’s golf travels to Florida for Big Ten Match Play Championship

The second-seeded Hawkeyes are competing in the nation’s only televised collegiate golf tournament and hope to come out on top in Golf World’s 12th-strongest spring tournament.


Men’s tennis travels to Fayetteville to take on ranked Arkansas and Santa Clara

The Hawkeyes travel south of the Mason-Dixon Line to seek quality wins over two nationally ranked teams.


Men’s track heads to two destinations

Most of the Hawkeye squad will compete in the ISU Classic in Ames, while Erik Sowinski and Jeff Thode will run in the Flotrack Husky Classic in Seattle.


Women’s track competes in ISU Classic in Ames

The Hawkeyes are optimistic they can capitalize on some “built-in advantages” to enjoy success.





 
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