Hawkeye junior garners 2nd All-America recognition this year
Hawkeye junior 1-of-49 NCAA Division I players to earn Associated Press All-America honors
Junior guard among 52 candidates for WBCA All-America consideration
Hawkeyes and Cardinals to meet Tuesday at 8:35 p.m. (CT) on ESPN2
Hawkeyes host Red Foxes on Sunday at 7 p.m. (CT) on ESPN2
WBB vs. Gonzaga - 3/19/11
WBB vs. Ohio State - 3/4/11
WBB vs. Michigan State - 1/27/11
No. 21 Iowa vs. No. 20 Ohio State - 1/8/11
Photos from Iowa's game against Iowa State.
Became the first Big Ten women's basketball player to record two triple-doubles in the same season when she accomplished the feat as a sophomore...became first Iowa player, and just the fifth in Big Ten history, to record 1,000 career points, 800 career rebounds and 300 career assists... finished career ranked second in school history in double-doubles (34), second in rebounding (910), eighth in assists (339) and 16th in scoring (1,239).
2010-11 as a Senior...
Started all 31 games... Associated Press and State Farm Coaches' (WBCA) honorable mention all-American ... WBCA all-Region 6 selection...winner of first annual Premier Player of College Basketball Award... first team all-Big Ten by both the league coaches and media... one of six players named to the Big Ten all-Defensive team... Big Ten Player of the Week (Nov. 22)... KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge and Islander Tip-off Tournament MVP... named to Midseason Top 30 list for Naismith Award, Top 20 Midseason List for Wooden Award and was on the Wade Trophy Watch List... named the team's Best Defensive Player... broke her own school record for free throws made (148) and attempted (199) in a single season... tied the single game record for free throw percentage by going 10-10 (1.000) against Arkansas State (Nov. 13)... ranked second in the Big Ten in offensive rebounds with 3.3 per game and third in total rebounding with 9.5... ranked fourth in rebounding with 9.9 per game in Big Ten games only... top rebounding guard in the NCAA and ranked 42nd in the nation with 9.5 rebounds per game... recorded 10 double-doubles... led the team with 9.5 rebounds per game and 53 steals... second on the team with 14.5 points per game... was one assist shy of a triple-double against Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament... scored in double-digits 21 times... pulled down 10 or more rebounds 15 times... leading scorer in eight games...leading rebounder in 19 games.
2009-10 as a Junior...
Missed seven games with stress fracture in right leg... Associated Press and State Farm Coaches' (WBCA) honorable mention all-American... WBCA all-Region 6 selection... first team all-Big Ten (coaches), second team all-Big Ten (media)... one of five players named to the Big Ten all-Defensive team... Big Ten Tournament all-tournament team selection... two-time Big Ten Player of the Week... National Strength and Conditioning Association all-American... KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge MVP... named the team's Best Defensive Player... set new school records for free throws made (146) and attempted (186) in a single season... went 17-20 from the free throw line vs. Illinois (Feb. 14), which set new school records for free throws made and attempted... 17 makes are also the most ever by a player in a Big Ten game... broke the junior rebounding record at Iowa (281)... claimed the Big Ten rebounding title, averaging 11.1 boards per contest in conference games... led the Big Ten in offensive rebounds for all games (3.11) and defensive rebounds in league games only (8.12)... ranked 23rd in the NCAA in rebounding and 27th in double-doubles... recorded 15 double-doubles... led the team with 16 points and 10.4 rebounds per game...tied for team lead in steals (42)... one of only two guards in the entire country to average a double-double... averaged more rebounds than nine of the 10 players selected to the Division I State Farm Coaches' all-America first team... had more double-doubles than seven all-Americans, despite playing between 12 and 14 fewer games than most of the honorees... scored in double-digits 22 times... pulled down 10 or more rebounds 17 times... leading scorer in 11 games... leading rebounder in 17 games.
2008-09 as a Sophomore...
Started all 32 games... second team all-Big Ten by the league coaches and third team by the media ... two-time Big Ten Player of the Week (Jan. 20 and Feb. 3)... named the team's Most Improved Player and Best Defensive Player... ranked first in team rebounding (8.8), assists (121), free throws made (131) and attempted (176)... pulled down double-digit rebounds or more a team-best 15 times... shared or led the team in rebounding a team-best 20 times... her 282 rebounds this year are the second-most by an Iowa sophomore in a single-season... her 12 assists vs. Northwestern (Jan. 18) tied the school single-game and Carver-Hawkeye Arena record... her 14 free throws made and 18 attempted vs. Ohio State (Feb. 12) are Carver-Hawkeye Arena records, by an Iowa player... posted two triple-doubles this season (vs. Northwestern and Penn State)... posted a team-best nine double-doubles, which includes two triple-doubles... recorded first triple-double (10 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists) in win over Northwestern, Iowa's first since Cara Consuegra vs. Indiana (Feb. 3, 2000)... became the first Big Ten player in history to record two triple-doubles in a season when she collected 26 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists in 50 minutes of action in triple overtime victory vs. Penn State with the 26 points and 21 rebounds being personal bests.
2007-08 as a Freshman...
Scored 40 points, controlled 52 rebounds (26 offensive and 26 defensive), and collected 12 assists and 10 steals in Iowa's first 18 games of the season... was not certified to compete during the spring semester.
First team all-state and second team all-metro honoree as a senior... named 2007 Conference Player of the Year... finalist for 2007 Miss Minnesota Basketball... earned first team Pioneer Press All-Defensive team accolades her senior season... four-time all-conference honoree... McDonald's All-American nominee... recipient of the 2007 Athena Award, which is emblematic of the Most Outstanding Athlete... served as her high school's team captain her senior season... 2006 Dicks Sporting Goods All-Tournament team... named to the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-Star and Inner City All-Star teams... earned her high school team's Best Defensive Player Award her freshman and sophomore years... netted a school single-game record 32 points and also collected 18 rebounds, seven assists and four steals in the same game her senior year... scored over 1,000 career points... her high school team was four--time conference champions and won the Minnesota State AAA Championship in 2006... honorable mention all-state and named state tournament MVP her junior year... averaged 12.8 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.5 steals and 3.0 assists in 29 starts her junior year... a four-year captain of the Minnesota Triple Threat AAU Team... also lettered in volleyball... all-conference selection her junior and senior years and an honorable mention honoree her freshman and sophomore seasons... her high school team were conference champions her sophomore season... academic all-conference her freshman and sophomore seasons.
Parents are Jennifer Davis and Peter Alexander... recreation management major.