The Hawkeye softball team made its final long road trip of the year over Spring Break out to Louisville, KY before returning for their home opener this past weekend. After rainy weather cancelled the Hawkeyes’ first two games, the Hawkeyes padded their win column but unfortunately weren’t able to keep that momentum going through the more »
On Wednesday, March 13 at 8 PM, a handful of Iowa City residents entered The Englert Theatre. Instead of filing into the usual theatre seats, listeners were invited on stage. A group of approximately fifty chairs was nestled around a piano, a music stand, and a Mac computer. The stage was otherwise rather bare and more »
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If there is a bias against west coast and southeastern NCAA softball teams, no one told the Hawkeyes this past weekend. The University of Iowa’s softball team went out to the Easton Invitational in Fullerton, California this weekend to be the fifth team in the tournament. The field of Iowa’s opponents included CSU-Bakersfield, the host more »
Iowa Women’s Basketball loses to Penn State 81-69 making this their fifth loss in the row.
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The Hawkeyes’ record currently stands at 4-5 with three games left in the regular season. Iowa’s recent loss to Indiana has made the team’s record a losing one. To have a hope of getting into a bowl game, the Hawkeyes will have to win at least two of their remaining three games to end with more »
Madeleine Stroth recaps Iowa’s win over No. 13 ranked Michigan on Saturday.
Card Stunt Iowa v Northwestern.
Sports Staffer, Sam Kienzle’s, post-PITT narrative.
GAME STORY: KRUI Sports Staffer, Tyler Tjelmeland, was on the scene for the season opener against Tennessee Tech.
KRUI Sports Staffer, Sam Kienzle, highlights some former Hawkeyes gone pro.
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