SAM LOGIC MESSED AROUND AND GOT A TRIPLE DOUBLE. Ho-hum, for only the second time this season:
IT WAS CLOSE TO THE FINISH. The Iowa women trailed 70-69 at Penn State with a little over a minute to play. Bethany Doolittle and freshman Ally Disterhoft hit big shots for the Hawks as they went ahead 73-70. Penn State never recovered and Iowa beats the #9 ranked Nittany Lions in the Bryce Jordan Center. The ladies dance.
EDIT: WE FINALLY GOT THE YOUTUBES
LISA BLUDER MATCHES C. VIVIAN STRINGER. The win for Bluder ties her with C. Vivian Stringer as the winning-est coach in Iowa Women's Basketball history. Stringer and Bluder each have 269 wins as the head Hawkeye.
@LisaBluder hit milestone-tied Viv Stringer as winningest IowaCoach!Proud 2 work with her!Class person,who happens 2 be doggone good coach:)— Jan Jensen (@goiowa) February 7, 2014
IOWA REMAINS TIED WITH MICHIGAN FOR THIRD PLACE. Penn State and Michigan State are tied for first in the Big Ten with (8-2) records. Nebraska is second and 1.5 games back at (6-3) in conference play. Next is Iowa and Michigan and behind both the Hawks and Wolverines, Purdue sits at (6-5). Iowa will next host Northwestern (4-6, 14-9) and Illinois (2-8, 9-14) before a showdown at Purdue on February 16th.
GREAT WIN HAWKS!
Huge win for my hawks!! Let's goooooooo— Jaime Printy (@jprinty24) February 7, 2014
Safe to say I love my hawks and I wouldn't wanna be anywhere else!— Alexa Kastanek (@KSTAN23) February 7, 2014
When you have a team that believes in & plays for each other, you can do some pretty great things. HUGE win over #9 Penn State on THE ROAD!— Ally Disterhoft (@ADisterhoft) February 7, 2014
How about these apples???? Our crew just knocked off #9 ranked Penn Stateon the road!!! So proud of our crew!#HappyHawks— Jan Jensen (@goiowa) February 7, 2014