A lot of blood, sweat, and tears went into the University of Iowa's historic run to the Sweet 16 of the 2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. The Hawkeyes' final game Friday at Chesapeake Energy Arena was no different.
Junior Tyler Peyton used his bat and his arm to carry the University of Iowa baseball team to a 2-0 win over No. 19 Indiana on Friday afternoon at Duane Banks Field.
The University of Iowa women's basketball team is in its first Sweet 16 in nearly 20 years where the Hawkeyes face Baylor on Friday in Oklahoma City. It is Iowa's experience against the young Bears. Spring football is underway and the Hawkeye baseball team opens B1G play against Indiana on Friday.
University of Iowa senior forward Aaron White was named Friday to the National Basketball Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 7 second team.
The Hawkeye women's basketball team was 18-0 on its black-laned home court this season, and they aim for a two-game winning streak Friday and Sunday on the blue paint at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
In a back and forth affair, the No. 54 University of Iowa men's tennis team (10-4) won its second straight conference match Friday night with a 4-3 decision over Michigan at the Hawkeye Tennis Recreation Center.
The University of Iowa men's swimming team capped day-two competition Friday afternoon at the 2015 NCAA Championships inside the campus recreation and wellness center in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes were represented by senior Grant Betulius, junior Roman Trussov,