• A river of opportunity

    - Jun 13, 2018
    With the foundation in place, head coach Andrew Carter has swiftly been able to transform a program from one of the worst in the Big Ten to one of the best in the nation. By James Geerdes...
  • Potential for change brightens softball future

    - Jun 13, 2018
    Dying bats led to a squandered season, but potential remains. By Anna Kayser The 2018 Iowa softball season can only be described one way: disappointing. Through March 28, the Hawkeyes were one game above .500,...
  • Contextualizing Iowa baseball’s 2018 season

    - Jun 13, 2018
    Some called Iowa’s 33-20 season a disappointment. No one would have said that 10 years ago. By Adam Hensley One year removed from being crowned Big Ten Tournament champs, Iowa baseball headed back to Iowa...
  • Bright lights, big opponents for Hawkeye hoops in 2K Classic

    - Jun 12, 2018
    Hawkeye fans wanted a tougher nonconference schedule for Iowa basketball, and with the 2K Classic, they get just that. By Adam Hensley Iowa basketball announced last season that in 2018, it would be competing in...
  • Selective memory, hoops’ remedy for reality

    - Jun 12, 2018
    Golden State won its third title in four years, but the reality is simple: Had a game or two gone in Cleveland’s favor, the NBA Finals could have easily turned a different direction. By Adam Hensley...
  • Making the case for throwback uniforms

    - Jun 12, 2018
    When it comes to uniforms, Iowa hasn’t been one program to showcase the past, begging the question: should the Hawkeyes wear throwback uniforms? By James Geerdes and Anna Kayser Yes For nearly my entire life, I’ve...
  • 2018 Hawkeyes take to professional play and summer leagues

    - Jun 11, 2018
    The 2019 Iowa baseball team will have a new look after the MLB Draft shook some things up. By Pete Ruden The smells of fresh hot dogs and popcorn are gone from Banks Field, as...
  • Biggest areas of improvement for Iowa softball

    - Jun 11, 2018
    Iowa softball tabbed Renee Gillispie as its new head coach, but what areas does she need to focus on to heal a struggling program? By Anna Kayser and Jim Geerdes Rebuilding the culture The biggest problem...
  • Hawkeye track and field shines on highest stage

    - Jun 11, 2018
    Records fell all season for Hawkeye track and field, and Iowa ended its 2018 outdoor season in similar fashion, with a 13th-place finish for the women in the NCAA Championships ​ — the best mark in...
  • Softball tabs Gillispie as new head coach

    - Jun 8, 2018
    In an effort to turn around the culture in Hawkeye softball, Hawkeye Athletics Director Gary Barta has named Renee Gillispie as the squad’s next leader. By Anna Kayser On June 8, Iowa softball took a...

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