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UNI-Dome to get new turf

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The UNI-Dome will have a different look this fall with the installation of a new artificial turf surface by AstroTurf® that will feature a custom-made field design for the UNI Panthers.

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UNI Basketball signs recruit out of Minneapolis

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 Northern Iowa head men's basketball coach Ben Jacobson has announced the signing of Tywhon Pickford to a National Letter-of-Intent for the 2017-18 season.

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UNI falls to Iowa State 15-4 in College Softball

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Northern Iowa softball team lost a makeup game on Wednesday against the Iowa State Cyclones in Ames, 15-4.

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UNI-Dome adding AstroTurf to 2017 season

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The UNI-Dome will have a different look this fall with the installation of a new artificial turf surface by AstroTurf® that will feature a custom-made field design for the UNI Panthers. 

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Iowa Baseball edges Western Illinois on walk-off

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 Senior Mason McCoy's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning sent the University of Iowa baseball team to a 4-3 walk-off victory over Milwaukee on Tuesday night at Duane Banks Field. 

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Waterloo East Girls track ready for Drake Relays Video included

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 Life has been a steady uphill climb for the Waterloo East Girls Track team. Although, The Lady Trojans burst on the scene at last year's Drake Relays---when then freshman sensation Kerris Roberts shocked everyone by winning the 100 meter dash in one of the fastest times in state history. This week --Kerris Roberts returns to Des Moines a Drake Relays and State Champion.

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Carnes wins another MVC Track Award

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Senior Brandon Carnes and junior Sarah Pate were both honored today by the Missouri Valley Conference after being named MVC Track Athletes of the Week.

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Dubuque Fighting Saints Head Coach Jason Lammers leaving for another Hockey job Video included

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Dubuque Fighting Saints Head Coach and General Manager, Jason Lammers, has been named the head coach of the Niagara University Purple Eagles. His tenure with the Purple Eagles will begin at the conclusion of the 2016–17 season with the Fighting Saints. .

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Hoiberg rips refs after game four loss

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Fred Hoiberg had a few words for officials after watching his Bulls fall to Boston 104-95 in game four of their series Sunday night. The Celtics' victory evened the series at two games apiece.

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Retgers tops Iowa 13-5 to take weekend series

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The Iowa Hawkeye baseball team gave up a season high 13 runs in a 13-5 loss to Rutgers on Sunday afternoon. The Scarlet Knights took two out of the three games in the series against the Hawks. Rutgers pounded out 16 hits in the games and scored the first 10 runs in just four innings.

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Whelan homers twice, but Rutgers tops Iowa 5-3 Video included

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Iowa's Chris Whelan went deep twice, but it wasn't enough as Iowa fell 5-3 to Rutgers on Saturday evening. 

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Iowa Hawkeye Defense surpasses offense in Spring Game Video included

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An offense missing Akrum Wadley and Matt Vandeberg struggled most of the night --

And junior Dback Jake Gervase stole most of the show picking off Tyler Wiegers -- a play that came after multiple 3 and outs by the offense --

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Great Performances at Cedar Falls Track Meet Video included

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Some great competition on hand for the annual Tiger Relays in Cedar Falls... Tiger seniors honored tonight.....Sam Schillinger of Cedar Falls has qualified for Drake in the 32-hundred and 16-hundred meter runs

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Hawks' Drew Cook changing positions Video included

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The Iowa Hawkeyes are nearing the end of spring football practices. And one big change on the way is the transition of Hawkeye sophomore Drew Cook from quarterback to tight end following in the footsteps of his legendary father Marv Cook. Cook's move from quarterback to tight end would leave Iowa with just three quarterbacks on the roster... But Cook who was a star quarterback for his dad at Iowa City Regina is a perfect tight end candidate at 6-5 235 pounds. And while many have... More>>

Killer of NFL's Will Smith gets 25 years for manslaughter

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The man who killed retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith and wounded his wife during a traffic dispute last year was sentenced Thursday to 25 years in prison for manslaughter.

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Black Hawks sweep Fargo, advance to Western Conference Final Video included

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Waterloo rolled out of Fargo with a 3-0 win as the Black Hawks completed the three game sweep of the Force in the opening round of the playoffs. Robbie Beydoun put together a second straight brilliant performance in net, stopping all 24 Fargo shots sent his way.

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Iowa beats Iowa State 2-1

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Iowa softball team topped Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series foe Iowa State 2-1 Tuesday night at Pearl Field. With the win, Iowa claimed the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series, 19-7.

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Iowa to host 2021 NCAA Men's Swimming Championships

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Iowa has been selected as the host institution for three NCAA Championship events in 2021 and 2022.   The Campus Recreation and Wellness Center will host the 2021 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships (March 24-27, 2021), the Bill and Jim Ashton Cross Country Course will host a 2021 NCAA Regional (Nov. 12, 2021) in men's and women's cross country, and Carver-Hawkeye Arena will host a 2022 NCAA Regional (April 2, 2022) in women's gymnastics. 

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UNI's Carnes earns another MVC Track honor

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Northern Iowa Senior sprinter Brandon Carnes has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Male Track Athlete of the Week, it was announced today by league officials.

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Pirates CF Starling Marte suspended 80 games for PEDs

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Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte has been suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug. 

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Yant commits to UNI

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Waverly-Shell Rock senior Austin Yant is hopping on the Panther Train. The four-time state place winner tweeted on Monday that he had committed to head coach Doug Schwab and the UNI wrestling team. 

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Former Wapsie Valley prep Jans hired at New Mexico State Video included

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New Mexico State has hired Chris Jans as the Aggies' next men's basketball coach. Jans, a former stand-out prep at Wapsie Valley will leave his position as associate head coach at Wichita State to accept the job.

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Hawkeyes fall short at Nebraska

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The Iowas baseball team erased a pair of deficits, but the last one proved to be too much as Nebraska held off the Hawks 8-6. Iowa still took two out of three from the Huskers in the series. 

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Black Hawks roll past Fargo 4-1, Waterloo leads series 2-0 Video included

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After an overtime win in game one, Waterloo left no doubt in game two picking up a 4-1 win over Fargo on Saturday. The victory gives the Black Hawks an opportunity to sweep in Fargo on Tuesday night. 

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Dubuque shuts out Muskegon for 2-0 series lead

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Jaxon Castor stopped everything that came his way as the Dubuque net-minder helped the Fighting Saints to a 3-0 shut-out win over Muskegon. The Saints now take a 2-0 series lead in the Western Conference semifinals and will look for the sweep on Thursday night. 

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UNI softball rallies for sweep of Bradley Video included

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Macey Wolfe blasted a walk-off 2-run home run as UNI erased an early 5-0 to defeat Bradley 9-8 on Saturday. The win completed the Panthers' three game sweep of the Bears.

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Black Hawks rally for 4-3 overtime win in game one

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The Waterloo Black Hawks erased a 3-1 deficit, rallying for 4-3 win over Fargo in game one of the Western Conference semifinals. Bailey Conger scored the game winner on a wrap-around goal approximately five minutes in to the extra session.

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Fighting Saints top Muskegon 4-3 in overtime

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Colin Theisen scored on a one-timer 15 minutes in to overtime as the Dubuque Fighting Saints topped Muskegon 4-3 in overtime of game one of the Eastern Conference semifinals. 

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Waterloo native Petersen named to team USA

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USA hockey named former Waterloo Black Hawk goaltender Cal Petersen as one of the first 15 players on Team USA's roster for the IIHF World Championships in France and German. The 22-year old Waterloo native spent this last season at Notre Dame, helping the Irish reach the Frozen Four in his junior season.

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Kansas State hires Iowa's Gene Taylor as A.D.

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Kansas State hired Iowa deputy athletic director Gene Taylor as its new athletic director on Friday, filling an opening left after John Currie left for Tennessee in February. Taylor, 58, was hired at Iowa in 2014 following a 13-year stint as the athletic director at North Dakota State.

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#3 Columbus girls roll past 2nd ranked Regina 8-0 Video included

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The Columbus Sailors scored early and often as they rolled past #2 Iowa City Regina 8-0. The third ranked Sailors broke in to the scoring column midway through the first half on a great cross from Sydney Shannon that Kiki Cabrera headed in to the right side of the net. The score was the first of three goals from Cabrera in the game. 

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Garcia wins 1st major title at the Masters

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Sergio Garcia has won the first major championship of his career with a dramatic, sudden-death victory over Justin Rose at the Masters.

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Jacob Park leaves spring as Iowa State's No. 1 quarterback Video included

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The Cyclones know that they will go as far in 2017 as Jacob Park's big right arm can take them. Iowa State is so confident in Park's potential that it's willing to let backup Joel Lanning play linebacker.

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Black Hawks stay hot at home, drop Fargo 6-2 Video included

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Waterloo scored three in the first period and three more in the third as the Black Hawks rolled past Fargo 6-2. The win ran their home ice winning streak to 14 straight games..

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Hawkeyes pound Northwestern 14-2 for eighth straight win

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The Hawkeyes continued their winning ways as Iowa hammered Northwestern 14-2 on Friday afternoon. The win pushed their current winning streak to eight straight games.

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Wichita State expected to leave Missouri Valley Conference

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The American Athletic Conference has voted to extend an invitation to Wichita State to join the league. 

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Zach Johnson struggles in first round of the Masters

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Zach Johnson struggled in the first round of the Masters shooting a six over par 77 which puts him in danger of making the cut. Johnson made three bogies during the first seven holes and would finish with seven bogies and just one birdie in the first round.  Ten years ago Johnson won the Masters. More>>

More Olympic Gold Medalists Returning to Drake Relays

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Omar McLeod, the 2016 Rio Olympic Games gold medalist in the men’s 110-meter hurdles, is set to lead a field of the world’s top hurdlers at the 2017 Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee. As the reigning Drake Relays champion in the event, McLeod is one of six Olympians in the Rio Olympic Games Rematch that includes fan-favorite and world record holder Aries Merritt. 

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Columbus girls roll past GC-G-R in season opener Video included

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Waterloo Columbus scored early and often as the Sailor girls rolled past Grundy Center-Gladbrook-Reinbeck 11-3 in their season opener. Olivia Fain opened her junior season with a monster game scoring six times. Senior Sydney Shannon scored three goals in the Sailor win. More>>

Swaney's goal lifts Waterloo past Chicago Video included

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Nick Swaney lit the lamp mid-way through the 3rd period as the Waterloo Black Hawks shut out Chicago 1-0 on Tuesday night. The win ran Waterloo's home ice winning streak to 13 straight games.

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Iowa Baseball rallies to beat South Dakota State Video included

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A two-run seventh-inning lifted the University of Iowa baseball team to its seventh straight victory -- a 4-3 win over South Dakota State on Tuesday night at Duane Banks Field.  

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2-Time Gold Medalist Christian Taylor to compete at Drake Relays

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Christian Taylor, the two-time defending Olympic gold medalist in the triple jump, headlines another outstanding field scheduled for the 2017 Drake Relays

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UNI's Carnes MVC Track athlete of the Week

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Senior Brandon has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Male Track Athlete of the Week, it was announced today.

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Report: Tony Romo plans to retire from football, go into broadcasting

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Longtime Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has decided to retire from the NFL and enter broadcasting, ESPN reports.

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North Carolina wins NCAA championship with 71-65 win over Gonzaga

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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- North Carolina grabs 6th NCAA championship with gritty 71-65 win over Gonzaga; third title under coach Roy Williams.

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ISU Wrestlers add three former Hawkeyes to Coaching staff

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 Iowa State head wrestling coach Kevin Dresser solidified his coaching staff with the announcement today that Mike Zadick, Derek St. John and Brent Metcalf will join the ISU wrestling program.

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UNI Softball's Bunch earns MVC Honors

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Northern Iowa shortstop Sammey Bunch has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week, as announced by the MVC Monday afternoon.

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South Carolina wins 1st national title, beats Miss St 67-55

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A'ja Wilson scored 23 points to help coach Dawn Staley and South Carolina win their first national championship with a 67-55 victory over Mississippi State on Sunday night.

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Extra inning walk-off powers UNI to sweep of Evansville Video included

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Anna Variano drilled a walk-off eighth inning home run off of the scoreboard in left field to power UNI to a 3-2 win over Evansville. The win completed a 3-game sweep of the Aces and moved the Panthers in to a second place tie in the Missouri Valley Conference.

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Ferentz family set for 7th ladies' academy Video included

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This fall the swarm returns to Kinnick stadium, but this summer the ladies get to do it first. "We like to promote it as a day in the life of Iowa football,"said Mary Ferentz, chair of the University of Iowa Children's Hospital Council and wife of Iowa football coach Kirk Ferentz. 

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Resilient Zags head to title game in first Final Four

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Gonzaga watched big man Przemek Karnowski fall to the floor in a heap and holding his eye as he headed to the locker room. The Zags saw a 14-point lead evaporate in a South Carolina flurry and traded punches with the Gamecocks over the tense closing minutes. Gonzaga absorbed the blows, counter punched and now has another game to play, this one for the national championship.

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UNI's Carnes sets school record in 100 meters

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Senior track star Brandon Carnes set a new UNI and Missouri Valley Conference record at the Florida Relays today, placing himself in the top-five nationally in two events. 

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Iowa Baseball shuts out UNLV

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 Junior Nick Gallagher and senior Josh Martsching combined for a three-hitter to lead the University of Iowa baseball team to a 3-0 victory over UNLV on Friday afternoon in the series opener at Duane Banks Field. 

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Hawks' Jok Senior CLASS Award winner

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One day after University of Iowa guard Peter Jok won the College 3-Point Championships, the senior was today named a Senior CLASS Award Second Team All-American.

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Cyclones Burton shin es at NABC All-Star Game

Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56. Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56.
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Iowa State senior Deonte Burton became the seventh Cyclone to play in the NABC’s All-Star game at the Final Four. Burton scored a team-high 15 points as his West team fell to the East team, 121-90, Friday evening at University of Phoenix Stadium.

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ISU's Park getting comfortable with the Cyclones

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Iowa state quarterback Jacob Park is enjoying his first spring in Ames

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Hawks' Jok wins Men's 3 point contest at Final 4

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Three point shooting contest from the final four--- the Iowa Hawkeyes Peter Jok and Naz -Mitrou Long of Iowa State in shades go head to head in the first round Phoenix Arizona

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Northern Iowa extends coach Jacobson through 2027

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He has a school-record 234 wins and has led Northern Iowa to eight consecutive top-four finishes in the Missouri Valley Conference. 

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Wayne Duke former Big Ten Commissioner dies at 88

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Legendary Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke who graduated from Iowa and was the sports information director at Northern Iowa has died. ...

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Former Iowa Basketball Coach Lute Olson to receive National Honor

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Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson, who guided both the University of Iowa and the University of Arizona to the NCAA Final Four, is the 2017 recipient of the NABC Hillyard Golden Anniversary Award for more than 50 years of outstanding service to men's college basketball.

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Hawkeye NCAA Champion Corey Clark honored by the State

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The Iowa Senate voted unanimously Wednesday morning to approve Senate Resolution 14, proclaiming March 29, 2017, as Cory Clark Recognition Day.

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ISU's Prohm Finalist for Prosser Award

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Iowa State men’s basketball head coach Steve Prohm has been named one of 20 finalists for the 2017 Skip Prosser Award. Named after the late Skip Prosser, who died suddenly in 2007 while the head coach at Wake Forest, the award is presented annually to those who not only achieve success on the basketball court but who also display moral integrity off of it as well. Prohm, who recently finished his second season at Iowa State, led the Cyclones to a 24-11 record while finishi... More>>

Three UNI Wrestlers named to all MAC Academic team

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UNI wrestling had three Panthers named to the 2017 Academic All-MAC Wrestling team, announced today by the conference.  ...

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Ex-Waterloo Black Hawk signs with NHL Minnesota Wild

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A year spent with the Waterloo Black Hawks helped to prepare Justin Kloos for four successful NCAA seasons at the University of Minnesota; his time with the Iowa Wild in the coming weeks could help him make a similar transition to the NHL’s Minnesota Wild, with whom he signed on Wednesday. 

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Hawks rally to win over Grandview in college baseball

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Junior Jake Adams' seventh-inning home run broke a five-all tie and sent the University of Iowa baseball team to a 6-5 victory over Grand View on Tuesday afternoon at Duane Banks Field. 

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NBC to broadcast Winter Olympic programming live across all time zones

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Whether daytime, primetime or late night, all US viewers will be able to watch NBC's coverage of the XXII Olympic Winter Games from PyeongChang, South Korea, at the same time.

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UNI extends Tanya Warren's contract

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UNI women's basketball coach Tanya Warren agreed to a two-year extension of her contract. The new deal runs through the 2022-23 season.

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NFL combine snub fuels UNI's Karter Schult

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Panther senior Karter Schult ran through the paces during UNI's pro day Tuesday morning, impressing scouts and pushing closer to his goal of playing in the National Football League.

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ISU's Mitrou-Long to compete in 3-Point championship

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Iowa State senior Naz Mitrou-Long has been selected to the 3-Point Championship roster for the 29th annual State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships in Phoenix, Arizona. Mitrou-Long is one of eight college players invited to shoot in the event. 

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Drake hires Medved from Furman as new coach

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Drake announced Sunday that it has hired Furman's Niko Medved as its new coach. Medved, the 2017 Southern Conference coach of the year, spent the past four seasons with the Paladins -- where he led them to the 2017 Southern Conference regular season title.

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Owners approve Raiders' move to Las Vegas

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NFL owners have approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings today. The vote was a foregone conclusion after the league and Raiders were not satisfied with Oakland's proposals for a new stadium.

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Iowa tops Purdue 7-2 to win Big Ten opening series

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Iowa busted out the bats, scoring five runs in a decisive eighth inning surge as the Hawkeyes topped Purdue 7-2. The win allowed Iowa to take two of three games in their opening series of Big Ten play. Robert Neustrom's infield single in a 2-2 eight inning tie scored Corbin Woods to break the deadlock.

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Washington State denies Iowa WNIT Final Four spot

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Lisa Bluder will have to wait until next season to grab win number 700. The Iowa coach sits stuck at 699 after Washington State eliminated Iowa in the WNIT quarterfinals with a 74-66 win.

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Maye hits late jumper to lift North Carolina to Final Four

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Luke Maye hit a jumper with 0.3 seconds left and top-seeded North Carolina held off Kentucky 75-73 to earn the Tar Heels' second straight trip to the Final Four, winning a showdown of college basketball's elite in the South Regional.

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South Carolina headed to Final Four, beats Florida 77-70

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South Carolina added a missing piece to its rich basketball history. The school of Frank McGuire, Kevin Joyce, Brian Winters, Mike Dunleavy and Alex English is going to the Final Four for the first time. Add the names Sindarius Thornwell and Frank Martin to the top of the list.

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Late goal powers Waterloo past Dubuque 2-1

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Shane Bowers scored with 15 seconds remaining as the Waterloo Black Hawks topped Dubuque 2-1. The win kept the Black Hawks rolling as the team has won 16 of their last 20 games.

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Oregon beats Kansas 74-60 to punch Final Four ticket

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Tyler Dorsey poured in 27 points, Dillon Brooks added 17 and plucky Oregon ended Kansas' romp through the NCAA Tournament with a 74-60 victory Saturday night that gave the Ducks their first Final Four trip in nearly 80 years.

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Gonzaga beats Xavier 83-59 to reach first Final Four

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Nigel Williams-Goss scored 23 points while orchestrating Gonzaga's efficient offense, and the Zags finally shook their overrated tag by routing Xavier 83-59 on Saturday to reach the Final Four for the first time.

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Hawkeye women set for NIT quarterfinals

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The Hawkeyes face Washington State on Sunday in the quarterfinals. The game comes on the heels of a convincing 80-62 win over Colorado on Thursday,

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Former Black Hawk Boeser scores in debut

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Less than 24 hours after playing his final college game, Brock Boeser notched his first career NHL goal. Boeser, a former Waterloo Black Hawk, played in North Dakota's double-overtime loss to Boston University on Friday which ended his college career. On Saturday morning he signed with the Vancouver Canucks.

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NCAA Champ Clark earns Iowa's MVP Award

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 Iowa national champion Cory Clark was named the Mike Howard Most Valuable Wrestler at the Hawkeyes’ annual awards banquet

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Purdue beat Iowa in rain delayed Big Ten Baseball

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A two-run eighth inning propelled Purdue to a 2-0 victory over the University of Iowa baseball team in both teams' Big Ten opener Friday afternoon at Duane Banks Field. 

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Black Hawks' Ryczek leads late season surge

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With Ryzcek on the ice, the Black Hawks have scored 30 more times than their opponents this season putting him tops in the USHL in that category.

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Iowa State gives contract extensions to Prohm and Fennelly

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Iowa State basketball coaches Steve Prohm and Bill Fennelly have agreed to contract extensions through 2022

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Iowa Women beat Colorado 80-62 top advance to WNIT Final 8

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Iowa defeated Colorado, 80-62, on Thursday night in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The Hawkeyes will host the Elite 8 of the WNIT on Sunday, March 26 at 2 p.m. (CT). They will take on the winner of Washington State and UC-Davis who tip off at 9 p.m. (CT) tonight.        

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Cyclones' Burton to play in Reeses' All-Star Game

Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56. Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56.
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 The game will be played at 3:30 p.m., and will be televised by CBS Sports Network. Burton, one of 20 senior student-athletes selected, helped lead the Cyclones to a 24-11 overall record and a Big 12 Tournament title in his final season. 

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Iowa Hits 2 Grand Slams, crushes Bradley 12-1

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Junior Tyler Cropley and sophomore Robert Neustrom both hit grand slams to lead the University of Iowa baseball team to a 12-1 victory over Bradley on Wednesday night at Duane Banks Field.   The Hawkeyes jumped on the Braves from the start, scoring six runs in the first and six more in the third break the game open.  Iowa had 10 hits in the contest.   “It was great to get off to a good start,” said UI head baseball coach Rick Heller, whose team is 11-8 o...

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UNI's Morgan, Hawkeyes' Jok and Cyclones' Morris & Burton earn NABC recognition

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Northern Iowa senior guard Jeremy Morgan (Coralville, Iowa) has been named to the NABC's District 16 First Team. Morgan led the Panthers in scoring (14.8 ppg), rebounding (5.8 rpg), assists (2.7 apg), steals (1.8 spg) and blocked shots (1.1 bpg) in the 2016-17 season. 

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Cyclones' Burton invited to Portsmouth

Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56. Iowa State guard Deonte Burton (30) grabs a rebound over Miami guard Bruce Brown (11) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game at the AdvoCare Invitational tournament in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Iowa State won 73-56.
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 Iowa State senior Deonte Burton will attend the 2017 Portsmouth Invitational April 12-15 in Portsmouth, Virginia. Team rosters, with eight teams making up the field, will be announced in the near future for the senior showcase. Burton earned All-Big 12 Third-Team honors as a senior. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin native averaged career highs of 15.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists. Burton transformed himself into a complete player as a senior, recording team-highs of 60 steals... More>>

ISU Men's Basketball player to transfer

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Iowa State sophomore forward Simeon Carter is transferring from the men’s basketball program, head coach Steve Prohm announced Tuesday. “I met with Simeon following the season and he informed me of his desire to transfer,” Prohm said. “We wish him the best and will assist him in any way we can as he looks for a new school.” Carter, a Charlotte, North Carolina native, saw action in six More>>

Hawkeye Men's Basketball Banquet Tickets on sale

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Tickets are on sale for the University of Iowa Men's Basketball Team Banquet that will be held on Sunday, April 9, at the Coralville Marriott & Conference Center in the Oakdale Ballroom. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. (CT) with dinner and a program to follow at 4 p.m.   Buffet meals are $38 per person and the kids meal is $15. Tickets can be purchased online at hawkeyesports.com/tickets and enter promocode HAWKS2017. Orders must be received by the end of the working day on... More>>

Iowa Men's Gymnastics edges Nebraska

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The eighth-ranked University of Iowa men’s gymnastics team defeated the seventh-ranked Huskers, 408.300-400.000 on Monday night. Iowa won four event titles to highlight the event. “It’s nice to beat a team that’s ranked ahead of us,” said head coach JD Reive. “Pommel horse was phenomenal, vault was great and parallel bars were pretty good. There were some very good things tonight.” Senior Andrew Botto won the all-around crown with a scor... More>>

TCU advances to NIT quarters with 94-92 OT win over Iowa

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Alex Robinson and Vladimir Brodziansky each scored 19 points and TCU survived 94-92 in overtime against No. 1 seeded Iowa on Sunday to advance to the NIT quarterfinals. 

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Iowa State's big rally falls short, 80-76 to Purdue in NCAA 2nd round

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Purdue holds off a near miraculous Iowa State rally to win 80-76 to advance to the sweet 16 in Kansas City next week. 

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Iowa's Clark claims NCAA Wrestling title

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Iowa senior Cory Clark defeated South Dakota State’s Seth Gross, 4-3, on Saturday night to win the 133-pound title at the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships. Clark, a four-time All-American making his third straight finals appearance, scored the match-winning takedown with 1:24 left in the third period to win his first national championship. “Did I ever think it was going to get done? I thought if it wouldn't have got done it would have been a disaster because that wa... More>>

Iowa State falls to Syracuse in Women's NCAA Tournament

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Iowa State was unable to recover from a rough first quarter, as the Cyclones saw their season come to an end against Syracuse, 85-65 Saturday afternoon at Gampel Pavilion. 

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Cyclones' Buckley to forgo senior season of basketball

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 Redshirt junior Jadda Buckley has elected to forgo her final season of eligibility at Iowa State and end her collegiate basketball career.

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Drake Women fall to Kansas State in Big Dance

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Kansas State was on the defensive end late in its NCAA Tournament opener, and Breanna Lewis was standing near the lane with Drake guard Paige Greiner waving a hand right in her face. 

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Corey Clark of Iowa makes the finals at NCAA Wrestling Championships, Hawks in fifth place

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The Iowa Hawkeye wrestling  team title hopes takes a massive blow at 125 pounds.... top seeded Thomas Gilman---was taken down in overtime by Lehigh's Darian Cruz...And Cruz pulls off a huge upset handing Gilman his first loss of the season 4-2. At 133 pounds-the Hawks turn the tables--Iowa's Corey Clark gets two late takedowns in the third period to beat top seeded Nathan Tomacello of Ohio State 7-4... Clark will now face former Iowa Hawkeye teammate Seth Gross of South Dakota S... More>>

Iowa State prepares for tall talented Purdue team in the NCAA Tournament

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We should be in store for a fantastic match-up tomorrow night - at least in the eyes of Las Vegas - Purdue - the regular season champion of the Big Ten opens as a one point favorite - and could pose some problems for the cyclones. The task of helping stop the boilermaker big men - partly goes to Cyclone freshman Solomon Young - who hopes to limit their chances. Solomon Young/Iowa State Freshman "We've just got to keep them off the post, push them out, don't let them get an... More>>

UNI Women fall to Depaul in the NCAA Tournament

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Northern Iowa women’s basketball team came up short in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to DePaul, 88-67. UNI finished the season 24-9 overall, ending a historic season for the Panthers.   UNI was led by senior Madison Weekly, who tied a UNI record for points in an NCAA Tournament with 21. She scored six of her 15 field goals, moving into third all-time at UNI in career buckets made. Megan Maahs added a career-high tying 16 points with Ellie Herzberg round... More>>

Iowa Wrestling team in fourth and UNI in 16th place at NCAA Championships after day one.

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Iowa wrestling team advanced six wrestlers to the quarterfinals of the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships on Thursday night at the Scottrade Center.   The Hawkeyes opened Session II with six straight wins, getting a major decision from top-seeded Thomas Gilman (125), a technical fall from No. 2 Michael Kemerer (157), and a pin from No. 3 Sammy Brooks (184). The UNI Wrestling team is in 16th place after day with two wrestlers, Max Thomsen at 149 and Drew Foster at 184. &nb... More>>

Iowa Women whip Missouri State 95-74 in WNIT

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The Iowa women's basketball team had four players in double figures as the Hawks whipped Missouri State 95-74 in the first round of the WNIT. Ally Disterhoft led the Hawks with 21 points while Megan Gustafson added 14 points and ten rebounds as Iowa advances to the second round. The Hawks shot a blistering 62 percent from the field. More>>

Disterhoft becomes Hawkeyes all-time leading scorer

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Senior Ally Disterhoft has become Iowa Women's Basketball's all-time leading scorer during Thursday night's game against Missouri State. 

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Iowa Hawkeye Pitcher out for the season

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 The Mount Vernon, Iowa, native pitched in one game in 2017 during the opening weekend at South Florida. 

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Indiana fires Tom Crean after 9 seasons

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Indiana has decided to part ways with Tom Crean as coach after nine seasons at the helm, the school announced Thursday. 

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Iowa beats South Dakota 87-75 in first round of NIT

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The Iowa Hawkeyes had four players score in double figures in beating South Dakota 87-75 in the first round of the NIT tonight: Peter Jok scored (20), Jordan Bohannon scored (19), Tyler Cook had  (18) and Isaiah Moss (16). Jok with 20 points or more for the 28th time this season.    The Hawkeyes improved to 12-0 all-time against South Dakota. Iowa advances to play TCU on Sunday night at 6:30 at Carver Hawkeye Arena.      Iowa als... More>>

Iowa State preps for Nevada

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It's been more than a decade since this program has opened the NCAA tournament this close to Ames - And that familiarity goes even further for Wisconsin natives Matt Thomas, Deonte Burton, Donovan Jackson, and Darrel Bowie - For Burton - it's a little strange -- as this used to be his home court when he played for Marquette before transferring - And he admits - it's a little weird coming back - Deonte Burton/ISU Senior "It definitely feels awkward because I never expect... More>>

Iowa Hawkeye N-I-T Time on Wednesday is changed

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The NCAA announced today that due to the winter storm hitting the East Coast today, the University of Iowa’s National Invitation Tournament (NIT) home game against South Dakota on Wednesday has been changed from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (CT). The game will be televised on ESPN2.  The South Dakota at Iowa contest is one of five NIT games affected.  The time change is a result of the UNC Greensboro-Syracuse Tuesday night contest being postponed until Wednesday due to the winter... More>>

Man shot by police files lawsuit against City of Cedar Rapids

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Jerime "Danky" Mitchell is filing a lawsuit against the city of Cedar Rapids and Officer Lucas Jones after he was shot during a traffic stop. 

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UNI Women's Basketball earns 3rd NCAA Tournament Appearance

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The UNI women’s basketball team is doing to the big dance after being selected to the 2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament tonight. The Panthers are slated to play DePaul on Friday, March 17 in Starkville, Miss. in the Oklahoma City Region at 11 a.m. CT on ESPN2.   It is the third time in program history that the Panthers have secured a spot in the NCAA Tournament, also appearing in back-to-back seasons in 2010 and 2011. The selection is the first at-large bid t... More>>

DeMarcus Ware announces his retirement from NFL

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The 12-year NFL veteran is instead retiring from the NFL. Ware announced his decision Monday on Twitter.

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Penn St. ex-athletic director pleads guilty in abuse case

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Ex-Athletic Director Tim Curley entered the plea Monday in Harrisburg. 

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Dubuque Fighting Saints to face Chicago Steel in Conference Finals

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The United States Hockey League released the schedule Wednesday for the Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Dubuque Fighting Saints and the Chicago Steel. 

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Kernels' Palacios named MWL Player of the Week

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Cedar Rapids Kernels shortstop Jermaine Palacios was named the Midwest Player of the Week this week. 

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SNF schedule starts with Giants at Cowboys

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The Giants and Cowboys have been a popular pairing for Sunday Night Football, and this year will be no different.

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Grand View shuts out Baker in Wednesday softball doubleheader

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Grand View swept Baker in a Wednesday afternoon college softball doubleheader in Heart of America Conference play.  

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9th ranked Clarke sweeps #5 Central Methodist, 17-4 & 6-5

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The 9th ranked Clarke Crusaders beat 5th ranked Central Methodist University twice Tuesday afternoon at A.J. Spiegel Park in Peosta, in Heart of America Athletic Conference baseball.  

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The Latest: Kenya's Kiplagat wins her Boston Marathon debut

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The Latest on the 121st running of the Boston Marathon.

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Clarke women sweep Central Methodist

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The Clarke College women upped their season record to 30-8 Friday with a softball doubleheader sweep over Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri.  

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Clarke blanks Graceland twice in college baseball

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Clarke College shut out Graceland, 2-0 and 1-0 in Heart of America Conference baseball Friday at A.J. Spiegel Park in Peosta.  

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Dubuque Fighting Saints open playoffs tonight at home

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints start their league high seventh straight playoff season tonight as they host the Muskegon Lumberjacks.

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Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney dies at 84

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The Steelers announced the death of team chairman Dan Rooney at the age of 84 on Thursday afternoon. 

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Local college coach reaches 500 wins

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One team celebrating a big win Wednesday night. 

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Clarke College women split with Evangel in softball

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League-leading Clarke College erupted for five runs in the first inning, on route to a 6-3 victory over Evangel in Heart of America Conference softball Tuesday afternoon at Veterans Park in Dubuque.    

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Packers release player arrested in Cedar Falls bar fight

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One of two NFL players arrested in a bar fight in Cedar Falls has now been released by the Green Bay Packers after failing to pass his physical.

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UNI men finish 6th at Tiger Invitational Golf

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After leading through part of round one, the UNI men's golf team settles for a 6th place finish in the Tiger Invitational hosted by the University of Missouri in Columbia.  

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Mount Mercy in softball split with Evangel

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Mount Mercy and Evangel split a softball doubleheader Monday in Heart of America Conference play in Cedar Rapids. 

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UNI men compete in Tiger Invitational

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The UNI men’s golf team is tied for seventh after two rounds at the Tiger Invitational in Columbia.  

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Local wrestlers bring home world titles

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Two of Waterloo's smallest wrestlers bringing home some of the biggest wrestling titles over the weekend. 

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Saints' Solow captures USHL scoring title

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints will have home ice in the opening round of the 2017 Clark Cup Playoffs, thanks in large part to Zach Solow, who locked up the USHL's scoring title over the weekend.

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The Latest: Emotional start to Masters with Nicklaus, Player

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The Latest on the first round of the Masters Thursday at Augusta National.

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Cornell Men's Basketball Coach leaves for a job in Washington

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 One month after guiding the Rams to their first postseason appearance in seven years, Cornell head men’s basketball coach Chad Murray has announced his resignation for a similar role in the Pacific Northwest.

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Fighting Saints' Colin Theisen named Forward of the Week

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For the second time this year, Dubuque Fighting Saints forward Colin Theisen earned CCM/USHL Forward of the Week honors.

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Dubuque Fighting Saints clinch 7th straight playoff appearance

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints used a third period comeback to beat the Omaha Lancers and secure their 7th straight trip to the playoffs--the longest active streak in the United States Hockey League. 

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KU's Frank Mason named AP Player of the Year

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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Kansas guard Frank Mason III and Gonzaga coach Mark Few have won The Associated Press player and coach of the year awards. 

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Dempsey, Pulisic star again as US ties 1-1 at Panama

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Christian Pulisic made an outstanding individual move to steal the ball, spin a defender and feed Clint Dempsey for his 56th international goal, and the United States hung on for an important 1-1 draw against Panama on Tuesday night in World Cup qualifying. 

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Clarke University announces first football coach

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Clarke University in Dubuque introduced the first head coach in the history of their new football program. 

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NFL owners approve Raiders' move from Oakland to Las Vegas

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NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings today by way of a 31-1 vote.

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Jury: Cleveland Indians not responsible for fan hurt by ball

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A jury says the Cleveland Indians aren't responsible for injuries to a New York man hit by a foul ball and blinded in one eye at a baseball game in July 2012. 

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Former Bulls GM Jerry Krause dies at 77: Report

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Jerry Krause, known as the architect of the Chicago Bulls' dynasty in the 1990s, has passed away at the age of 77, the Chicago Tribune reports.

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Grand View and Central Methodist split college baseball doubleheader

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Grand View beat Central Methodist University, 5-4, in game one of a Wednesday afternoon college baseball doubleheader.  

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Doubleheader sweep earn Clarke women record softball season

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Clarke College swept Viterbo in non-conference softball action Tuesday to give the Crusaders a program record, 32 victories. 

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Grandview splits doubleheader with Baker in college baseball

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Grandview battled back in the second game of a doubleheader to earn a split with Baker in Heart of America Conference baseball action Tuesday.  

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