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Hawkeye Women lose 4th straight, 76-75 to Nebraska

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Iowa Hawkeye senior Morgan Johnson posted team-highs in 19 points on 9 of 11 shooting and 10 rebounds for the Hawkeyes.  But it wasn't enough to keep the Hawks from losing their 4th straight game 76-75 to Nebraska. The Huskers were led by Jordan Hooper with 29 points and eight rebounds.  Melissa Dixon with 5 3-pointers finished with 19 points for the Hawkeyes who fall to 5-6 in the Big Ten, 16-9 overall.

 It was the 20th double-double of Johnson's career, the seventh most in program history, and the eighth of her senior season.  Johnson moved into 10th on the all-time career scoring list, passing Kristi Smith (1,455 career points).  Johnson, who made 9-11 field goals, has scored 1,470 points as a Hawkeye.

Hawkeye Senior Jaime Printy added 16 points for Iowa.  She passed Jennie Lillis (1,754 career points) for fourth in career scoring.  Printy's career scoring total currently sits at 1,770 points
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