Big Ten Notebook: Iowa recruit drops 36 points

Iowa basketball recruit Aaron White, a 6-8 recruit from Strongsville, Ohio, had 36 points in a game against state No. 1 Garfield Heights on Feb. 26, as White’s Strongsville team won an overtime thriller, 86-79.

Point/counterpoint: Which first-year coach is doing better — McCaffery or Hoiberg?

Let’s face it — neither Fran McCaffery or Fred Hoiberg will remember their first year as a coach in the state particularly fondly. The two teams have combined for five wins in their respective conferences. Ouch.

Three Hawkeyes earn Big Ten Honors

Iowa’s Jaime Printy, Kachine Alexander, and Kamille Wahlin earned All-Big Ten honors by the coaches and league media.

McDonough named preliminary top seed

The preliminary seeds for the Big Ten wrestling championships have been released, and Iowa’s Matt McDonough has earned the top seed at 125 pounds.

Junior gymnast jumps in rankings

Iowa junior Jessa Hansen gains confidence as she rises in the national rankings on floor exercise.

Top-three finishes key for men’s track and field

Podium finishes led to a major jump in points for the men’s track and field team last weekend.

Iowa women’s track and field team’s foundation is growing

Through a shift in the recruiting process and the evolution of team leadership, the Hawkeyes are building their core and increasing the depth of their program.

Women’s doubles duo has got it going on

Iowa’s Jessica Young and Sonja Molnar are ranked No. 32 in the latest ITA rankings.

Women’s swimming earns academic honor

The Iowa women’s swimming and diving team was named a College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-American Team.

Baseball splits double-header

The Hawkeye offense was red-hot against Southern Utah, but a ninth-inning rally fell short against Kansas.

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