The Daily Iowan

Frosh strong in Game Time début, but vets lead

CLARK CAHILL

June 17, 2009

Coralville Hy-Vee received a huge contribution from one of Iowa’s incoming freshmen, but two of the Hawkeyes’ veteran players led the way en route to a 102-82 victory over L.L. Pelling/Cullen Painting in the opening night...

Hoops youth Printy, Jones dazzling in Game Time

SEAN MORGAN

June 17, 2009

Incoming Iowa freshman Jaime Printy didn’t look like someone who had never suited up for a Division-I basketball game. The Marion product scored a team-high 15 points in the first half on the way to a 17-point, six-rebound,...

Men’s track eyes better finish

SEAN MORGAN

June 17, 2009

Finishing the Big Ten meet with 83 points, the Iowa men’s track and field team ended up seventh. “We went to bed after the second night [of the Big Ten championships] thinking we were going to finish fourth,” Wieczorek said....

Women’s track looks ahead

JAKE KRZECZOWSKI

June 17, 2009

After months of strenuous training and competing filled with many highs and lows, the Iowa women’s track and field team’s 2009 campaign ended with the conclusion of the NCAA outdoor championships on June 13. The third day...

2 Hawkeyes-to-be jostle in Prime Time

JAKE KRZECZOWSKI

June 16, 2009

The Prime Time League got off to a fast start on Monday in North Liberty as two incoming Iowa freshmen took to the pace quickly inside the new gym of the North Liberty Community Center. Cully Payne of Schaumburg, Ill., and Eric...

In Prime Time opener Gatens leads big turnaround

ROBBIE LEHMAN

June 16, 2009

Incoming Iowa junior Devon Archie wasted no time producing in his first appearance as a Hawkeye in Monday’s Prime Time League opener, but his L.L. Pelling/Iowa City Ready Mix team failed to hold a halftime lead against Jill...

After flood, camp-going high-school football players resurge

TRAVIS VARNER

June 16, 2009

Aspiring high-school football players are in Iowa City this week trying to improve their skills under the guidance of college and high-school coaches at the annual Hawkeye football camp. The players, ages 14-18, started camp...

Kaeding tourney rolls along

TRAVIS VARNER

June 15, 2009

Iowa alumnus and San Diego kicker Nate Kaeding was back in town to host his fourth-annual charity golf tournament on June 12. The Nate Kaeding Golf Tournament, held at the Brown Deer Golf Club, was geared toward raising money...

6 to join Hawkeye Hall of Fame

SEAN MORGAN

June 15, 2009

The Hawkeye Hall of Fame just became six members stronger. The Iowa athletics department and the national Iowa Varsity Club announced the members of the 2009 Hall of Fame during a ceremony on June 12. Iowa’s newest class will...

Hawkeye baseball players unite, wearing a different jersey

AARON COOPER

June 15, 2009

With the Iowa baseball season ending nearly a month ago, many of the players have gone their separate ways to play for various summer leagues. Redshirt sophomore-to-be Phil Keppler, junior-to-be Zach McCool, and sophomore-to-be...

‘Kash’ No. 1, three other Hawks in at Game Time League draft

ROBBIE LEHMAN

June 12, 2009

It was an Iowa sweep in the first round of the 2009 Game Time League draft Thursday: Guard Kachine Alexander, guard Hannah Draxten, center JoAnn Hamlin, and point guard Kamille Wahlin were selected Nos. 1-4. The league will begin...

Softball and track still hamstrung by flood

TRAVIS VARNER

June 12, 2009

Iowa’s softball and track programs are still feeling the lingering effects of the 2008 flood. Because of damage caused, the entire softball complex had to be completely renovated, and the Cretzmeyer Track and Field Complex’s...