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Iowa beats Northwestern to put Bluder past Stringer

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Iowa's Lisa Bluder is now the school's winningest coach.

The Hawkeyes (19-6, 7-4 Big Ten) beat Northwestern 90-84 on Monday night to give Bluder her 270th victory at Iowa, surpassing the mark set by C. Vivian Stringer.

Bluder has a record of 270-163 in her 14 seasons with the Hawkeyes. She is one of just 13 active Division I coaches with more than 600 wins.

Bluder graduated from Northern Iowa and previously coached at Drake and NAIA school St. Ambrose.

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