• Missouri sweeps sloppy Hawks

    - Apr 20, 2016
    By Ian Murphy | The temperature dipped to the mid-50s, and the Iowa softball team’s bats felt the chill against the Missouri Tigers in a double-header on Tuesday at Pearl Field. The Tigers beat the
  • Tigers do burn bright, Hawks find

    - Apr 20, 2016
    By Ricardo Ascencio | The Iowa softball Hawkeyes had their plate full Tuesday when they faced No. 18 Missouri in a double-header at Pearl Field. Unfortunately for the Hawkeyes, they were not able to capitalize
  • Hawks play softball, Badgers play hardball

    - Apr 18, 2016
    By Courtney Baumann | The Iowa softball team had the opportunity to win its first Big Ten series of the season but could not find enough offensive momentum to win the third game on Sunday
  • Softball holds on to nail UNI 

    - Apr 13, 2016
    By Mario Williams It was a quiet first few innings of softball between Iowa and Northern Iowa. Eventually, however, the bats started clicking, and things got interesting. In the end, the Hawkeyes were able to
  • Northwestern sweeps softball Hawks

    - Apr 11, 2016
    The Wildcats continue the Hawkeyes’ woes. By Mario Williams The Iowa softball team continued a long road-trip that started in Nebraska and landed in Evanston, Illinois, this weekend to compete against Northwestern. The Hawkeyes were
  • Softball takes to the road

    - Apr 6, 2016
    The Iowa softball team will compete against Nebraska in Lincoln. By Mario Williams | The Iowa softball team will attempt to continue its momentum during its road-game double-header today against Nebraska. Iowa dropped its first
  • Softball falls to Purdue in second game of series

    - Apr 2, 2016
    Iowa hitting comes alive, still downed by Purdue By Courtney Baumann Down by just one run, Iowa was unable to convert with runners on first and third in the bottom of the seventh inning. The
  • Iowa falls to Purdue in first game of weekend series

    - Apr 1, 2016
    By: Mario Williams Iowa had a chance to do major damage in the bottom of third inning, but couldn’t fully execute and fell to Purdue, 6-4. In the bottom of the third Iowa had two large

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