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Iowa soccer beats UNI in overtime

IOWA CITY – Karly Stuenkel’s 94th-minute goal powered the Iowa soccer team to a 2-1, overtime victory over Northern Iowa on Tuesday n ... »

Family and football

CEDAR RAPIDS — They have moved from their front yard to the yard lines of Clark Field with a stop at Kingston Stadium in between.

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Iowa soccer tops Nebraska-Omaha

IOWA CITY – The Iowa soccer team rolled to a 4-0 victory against Nebraska-Omaha on Sunday to complete the season-opening weekend unscathed. ... »

Iowa soccer victorious in season opener

IOWA CITY – The Iowa soccer team opened the season with a 1-0 win over Pacific at home Friday.

The Hawkeyes lit the scoreboard in th ... »

ISU volleyball to rely on mix of seniors, new talent in push to win Big 12

AMES — Christy Johnson-Lynch has made it well known within the Iowa State volleyball program what her expectations are.

And for as muc ... »

ISU hires Paige as graduate assistant

AMES — As a player coming out of Marion High School, Morgan Paige didn’t catch Bill Fennelly’s eye.

“We di ... »

Area gymnasts look forward to future at University of Iowa

For Todd Beyer II, Lexy Wadsworth and Aaliyah O’Connell, gymnastics has opened up new opportunities in college.

All three area gymnast ... »

Aaron White agrees with German team

Iowa basketball player Aaron White has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with German basketball team Telekom Bonn for the upcoming season, he conf ... »

Foreign trip gives ISU players a chance to bond with Prohm

AMES — Getting the chance to take Iowa State on a foreign trip in his first season on the job is something coach Steve Prohm relishes.

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Nebraska Wesleyan expected to join Iowa Conference

CEDAR RAPIDS — The Iowa Conference is about to expand, and beyond the state’s borders.

Mul ... »

Iowa’s Drew Ott wins Solon hay bale toss

SOLON – Iowa defensive end Drew Ott launched a hay bale 13 feet, 6 inches high to defend his title at Solon Beef Days.

The Hawkeye sen ... »

ISU’s Morris staying aggressive after being cut from tryouts for Pan-Am Games

WEST DES MOINES — Missing out on playing for Team USA in the Pan-American Games wasn’t easy to stomach, but Monte Morris knows ... »

Ashton finds fit in move from Kirkwood to Iowa State

WEST DES MOINES — Jordan Ashton had plenty of options. The trick was really just about finding a fit.

A first-team All-American sophom ... »

Iowa State’s Burton working on shot, defense

WEST DES MOINES — Fast steps, speedy cuts and vicious dunks have all been a big part of the game for Deonte Burton.

The rim-shaking du ... »

Dallas Clark feels back at home in Iowa

CEDAR RAPIDS — Dallas Clark officially closed the book on his NFL career in June of 2014 and is calling Iowa home once again.

After go ... »