• Youth serves soccer a win

    - Aug 24, 2015
    Underclassmen pave the way to a victory over Nebraska-Omaha. By Courtney Baumann Heading into the 80th minute of the Iowa soccer game against Nebraska-Omaha on Sunday, it looked as though the game would come down...
  • Ex-Hawks scrapping for jobs

    - Aug 22, 2015
    Lesser known ex-Hawks are still contributing on NFL teams or fighting to make rosters. By Charlie Green According to ESPN, there are currently 38 former Hawkeyes on NFL rosters. Many of them will not make...
  • Despite losses, future may be bright

    - Aug 5, 2015
    Iowa women’s basketball brings in a class that might alleviate the pain of graduating four seniors in 2015. By charlie green With the 2015-16 season still months away, Iowa women’s basketball head coach Lisa Bluder...
  • Cubs roll to 6th straight

    - Aug 5, 2015
    Associated Press PITTSBURGH — Jake Arrieta pitched seven strong innings, Anthony Rizzo tied a career high with 4 hits, and the Chicago Cubs beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-0, on Tuesday night for their sixth-straight victory. Arrieta...
  • Big Ten West running dry

    - Aug 4, 2015
    The departure of the conference’s premier backs is good news for the Hawks in 2015. By Charlie Green CHICAGO — Finding a feature running back to replace the departed Mark Weisman is a major theme...
  • Alexander tops Prime Time awards

    - Aug 4, 2015
    Why Dondre Alexander is the MVP, and how Adam Woodbury’s impressive summer raises eyebrows. By Kyle Mann The Prime Time League is designed to cultivate competition among the most talented players in the area, Hawkeyes...
  • Jennings leads Game Time stars

    - Aug 4, 2015
    Whitney Jennings and Tania Davis stole the show in this summer’s Game Time League. By Charlie Green In this summer’s Game Time League, Kay DiLeo’s young Beat the Bookstore/Westport team took home the championship behind...
  • A-Maizing grace for Rudock

    - Aug 3, 2015
    By Danny Payne CHICAGO — When Jake Rudock arrived in Michigan shortly after finishing his microbiology/pre-med studies at Iowa in May, things changed. The former Hawkeye was set to begin the last year of his NCAA...
  • Road to reunion

    - Aug 3, 2015
    The Big Ten’s three newest coaches know one another better than you might think. By Charlie Green CHICAGO — After nearly four decades of coaching, the winding road that had been Mike Riley’s coaching career...
  • Coaching highlights Prime Time title

    - Aug 3, 2015
    The methods of coaches Randy Larson and Dan Ahrens brought them to the Prime Time title game. By Kyle Mann The July 30 Prime Time championship did something that last summer’s may not have done:...

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