The Daily Iowan

Disterhoft’s explosive second half lifts Hawkeye women to upset over Nebraska

KYLE MANN

January 27, 2015

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Ally Disterhoft’s first half stats: 0-of-5 from the floor, 0 points, and 3 rebounds. Disterhoft’s final stat line: 7-of-15 from the floor, 20 points, and 13 rebounds. So what changed? As exemplified by Disterhoft&rsq...

White’s status day-to-day, questionable for Wisconsin

JACOB SHEYKO

January 27, 2015

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Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery didn’t need to hear from the team trainer. He knew that forward Aaron White was done. After running into Kendall Stephens with 15:48 left in the first half of Iowa’s 67-63 loss to Purdue...

Moore returns in Iowa’s win over Northwestern

CODY GOODWIN

January 26, 2015

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Tom Brands had three matches cir- cled for when 10th-ranked Northwestern came to Iowa City last week. The two most-obvious ones, of course, were at 149 and heavyweight, in which two ranked wrestlers were scheduled to take the mat. The...

Iowa attempts to slay dragon against Nebraska

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

January 26, 2015

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Senior point guard and team captain Sam Logic has accomplished just about everything she could hope for in a college basketball career. Numerous All-Conference, All-Region, and All-American awards, both sports and academic,...

Payne: Iowa needs a speedy recovery from White

DANNY PAYNE

January 26, 2015

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A week ago, things were going well for the Iowa men’s basketball team. After a few strong wins, the Hawkeyes were ranked for the first time since last season and were riding the momentum of a 4-1 Big Ten record heading into...

Men’s swimming tops Northwestern despite “rusty” performance

IAN MURPHY

January 26, 2015

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The Iowa men’s swimming team beat Northwestern on Jan. 24, but not in the way it would have liked. Associate head coach Frannie Malone said the team needed to sharpen up, and Grant Betulius echoed her, saying the team...

Track Hawks show up huge on their first road meet of the season in Ames

MARIO WILLIAMS

January 26, 2015

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AMES — Iowa assistant coach Jason Wakenight planned on seeing his athletes running powerfully and fast at the Big Four Duals on Jan. 24. He was not disappointed. “I was so proud of our whole group,” he said. “I f...

Men’s gymnastics dominates UIC in home opener

CHARLIE GREEN

January 26, 2015

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In its home-opener, Iowa men’s gymnastics dismantled an underwhelming Illinois-Chicago squad by a final score of 428.600- 398.600. “Early in the season, nerves, a little bit of confidence issues, and performance an...

Women’s swimming stumbles

SHELBY STITES

January 26, 2015

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The back-and-forth battles in past competitions between the Iowa swimming team and Northwestern’s were renewed on Jan. 24 in the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center. The Hawkeyes were down by 1 point entering the 400-freestyle...

Iowa men’s tennis team starts 2-0

BLAKE DOWSON

January 26, 2015

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The Iowa men’s tennis team got its spring season underway on Sunday, when it took on Western Michigan and Western Illinois. The Hawkeyes faced Western Michigan in the morning session of the double-header, defeating the...

Metcalf takes silver

DI STAFF

January 26, 2015

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Former Iowa standout Brent Metcalf won a silver medal at the Ivan Yarygin Memorial Grand Prix on Jan. 24, a tournament that has consistently drawn some of the best wrestling talent from around the world. Medcalf opened the tournament...

Iowa’s team offense carries women to win over Michigan

KYLE MANN

January 23, 2015

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Equilibrium has been restored in Iowa City. After a game in which the Iowa women’s basketball team had to defeat Michigan State while scoring only 52 points — 26 points below the team’s average — it dropped...