The Iowa Hawkeyes got hot early on and staved off a Maryland Terrapin-second-half comeback to capture a significant conference win.
After a slow start, the Iowa Hawkeyes surged and then held on against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Hannah Stuelke of the No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes lets her game speak for her, as she amasses great numbers that make her a fan favorite.
Caitlin Clark had averaged 6.4 assists over the seven games since her last double-digit assist performance before hitting her distributing stride with 14 on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Hannah Stuelke came off the bench and stepped up in a big way to help propel the Iowa Hawkeyes to a satisfying win.
The Iowa Hawkeyes played as a team to notch their first win of the New Year and remain in good standing in the Big Ten.
Fifth-year center Monika Czinano joined Caitlin Clark in the illustrious 2,000-point club as the Hawkeyes secured their sixth consecutive win.
Caitlin Clark of the Iowa Hawkeyes got to 2,000 points in 75 games. Since at least 1999-00, no one in NCAAW or NCAAM Division I has gotten there quicker, with Elena Delle Donne also achieving the feat in 75 games.
The Big Ten defending champion Iowa Hawkeyes have the Ohio State Buckeyes and Indiana Hoosiers looking to dethrone them.
The Iowa Hawkeyes, led by the duo of Caitlin Clark and Monika Czinano, won in convincing fashion and head coach Lisa Bluder made history.
Caitlin Clark’s 45-point performance couldn’t make up for the lackluster team defense displayed by the Iowa Hawkeyes against the NC State Wolfpack.