The Daily Iowan

Hawks to face uphill battle at NCAAs

CHARLIE GREEN

April 1, 2015

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Going into the Big Ten Championships on March 27, Iowa men’s gymnastics was in control of its own destiny — technically, it still is. However, the squad could not hold its position as the No. 7 team in the country, and...

Logic named third-team AP All-American

DI STAFF

April 1, 2015

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The Associated Press released its All-American teams on Tuesday, and Iowa senior point guard Sam Logic was named to the third team. Logic averaged 13.4 points per game along with 8.1 assists and 7 rebounds per game, had nearly...

Toole named Big Ten player of the week

DI STAFF

April 1, 2015

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Eric Toole took home Big Ten Player of the Week honors after hitting 8-for-16 last week. The 6-1 senior outfielder ended his 15-game hitting streak, a career high, against Grand View on Tuesday, but he extended his on-base streak...

The Box Score: Iowa off to hot start

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 31, 2015

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The Iowa baseball team is rolling along nicely, fresh off of a three-game sweep of conference big shot Indiana at Banks Field. And with the season less than halfway over, the Hawkeyes are on pace for 37 wins, which would e...

Murphy: Betulius left his mark on Iowa program

IAN MURPHY

March 31, 2015

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Someone in the media area at the NCAA Championships this past weekend joked that the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center Natatorium should be called “The House Paul Gordon Built.” Gordon was a member of the 200-...

Hawks prep for Grand View

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 31, 2015

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Hoping to stay hot after a three-game sweep against Indiana this past weekend, the Iowa baseball team will play host to Grand View today at Banks Field. The Hawks have a 17-6 record including a perfect 3-0 in the Big Ten ...

Notebook: Wrapping up NCAAs

IAN MURPHY

March 31, 2015

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Texas won its 11th men’s NCAA swimming title on March 28 in dominant fashion, but there were several other story lines from the meet. On hosting the meet Iowa head coach Marc Long said the NCAA Championships marked an excell...

Transitioning Hawkeyes will have no shortage of leadership

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 30, 2015

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OKLAHOMA CITY — All year long, the Iowa women’s basketball team had their sights set on a Sweet 16 berth in the NCAA Tournament. An undefeated home season paired with some truly superb basketball in the tournament&rsqu...

Baseball plays broom music

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

March 30, 2015

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My, what a difference a year makes. Just one year removed from a series sweep at the hands of an Indiana squad that out-scored it 25-9 over a three-game stretch, the Iowa baseball team stormed back to return the favor and s...

Iowa tops Indiana to complete three-game sweep

COURTNEY BAUMANN

March 30, 2015

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The Iowa baseball team won the battle of offenses and finished a sweep of No. 19 Indiana on Sunday, beating the Hoosiers, 10-6, at Banks Field. The Hawkeyes tallied 16 hits on the afternoon — 11 of which came in the first fou...

Swimmers come up a bit short

ROD ENGBLOM

March 30, 2015

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The NCAAs came to a close for Iowa when senior Grant Betulius along with juniors Roman Trussov and Addison Boschult competed in their events on March 28 in the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center. Neither Betulius nor Tr...

Texas wins its 11th national title

IAN MURPHY

March 30, 2015

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Ask Eddie Reese where his 10 championship rings are, and he won’t be able to tell you. The living legend that is the Texas men’s swimming coach probably won’t be able to find this one, either. He said he lets...