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Jolette Law
Jolette Law

Hometown:
Florence, South Carolina

High School:
Wilson High School

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
12/07/1967

03/04/2014

Women's Hoops Set for Big Ten Tournament

No. 23 Iowa faces Illinois in first round on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. (CT) on BTN

03/01/2014

No. 25 Iowa Concludes Regular Season at Illinois

Hawkeyes, Illini tip at 3 p.m. (CT) on Sunday on BTN

02/26/2014

Women's Hoops Hosts Ohio State on Senior Night

Hawkeyes, Buckeyes tip at 6 p.m. (CT) on Thursday on the Big Ten Network

02/21/2014

Hawkeyes Resume B1G Action at Michigan

Iowa, Michigan tip at 12:30 p.m. (CT) from Ann Arbor on Saturday; watch live on BTN

02/15/2014

Women's Hoops Travels to No. 23 Purdue

Hawkeyes, Boilermakers to meet Sunday at 1 p.m. (CT) in West Lafayette

1989-90 as a Senior-- moved to off-guard this season after two years as Iowa's starting point guard...continues to see time at the point position...owns a 22-game double figure scoring streak...is Iowa's second-leading scorer with a 17.3 average...leads the team in assists per game, 5.6...scored a career-high 30 points to lead the Hawkeyes to an 88-65 win over DePaul...hit 10 of 14 (77%) field goals against the Blue Demons...a unanimous choice to both the Amana-Hawkeye Classic and the Dial Soap Classic all-tournament teams...did not start Iowa's first two games (Amana-Hawkeye Classic) due to a deep thigh bruise, but played for 25 and 25 minutes in those contests...chosen by the Big Ten Conference coaches as a 1989-90 preseason all-league choice...a 1989 all-Big Ten first team player...an honorable mention choice in 1988 ...played on the 1988 medal-winning U.S. entry to the Jones Cup Games in Taiwan...is on line to graduate in August 1990 and plans to pursue a career in corporate fitness.

1988-89 as a Junior-- Iowa's second-leading scorer with a 14.4 average...averaged 15.6 points against Big Ten foes...reached double-figure scoring in 29 of 31 games, including the last 15...scored 20 or more points six times...24-point performance against Minnesota marked a career-best...collected a career-high 10 rebounds against Wisconsin...led Iowa in assists, averaging 3.7 per outing, was seond in steals, 2.2 per game...snagged six steals against Illinois to tie her career-best established last season...handed out a career-best eight assists against Iowa State and in Iowa's Amana-Hawkeye Classic championship win over Wake Forest...averaged more playing time than any other Hawkeye, 36.2minutes....shot 53% (187-354) from the field and 62 % (66-106) from the line...led Iowa's scoring in four games and rebounds in one...Dec. 7 against Iowa State, Law hit a 54-foot shot at the halftime buzzer.

1987-1988 as a Sophomore-- took over the starting point guard role after averaging only 3.3 minutes per game as a rookie...started every game for Iowa as a sophomore...Iowa's fourth-highest scorer with an 8.4 average...reached double figure scoring in 11 contests...scored a career-high 18 points against Auburn in the first round of the Burger King/Orange Bowl Classic, Deb. 28...scored 17 points to join Michelle Edwards as Iowa's top scorers against then No. 1-ranked Texas in the championship game of the Burger King/Orange Bowl Classic...grabbed a season-best seven rebounds in Iowa's 58-54 loss at Ohio State...also dished out five assists against the Buckeyes...was Iowa's assists leader during its three-time NCAA postseason bid...was credited with four assists against Stephen F. Austin, 10 against Long Beach State, and a career-high 11 versus USC...snatched a career-best six steals against Indiana.

1986-87 as a Freshman-- extremely quick point guard saw action in 17 games...top game came against Michigan State when she hit two of two shots from the field, grabbed a steal and handed out an assist in only six minutes of play...recorded season-bests in rebounding against Minnesota (2), assists at Wisconsin (2), steals at Drake (2), and blocks against Purdue (1).

High School-- a four-year letter winner in basketball, she received honorable mention all-America honors from USA Today following her senior year at Wilson High School...also was named on Street & Smith's pre-season high school all-America list...earned all-state honors from The Greenville News and South Carolina Coaches Association in bother her upper-class years...a four-time all-conference pick, she earned conference most valuable player honors as a senior...averaged 23 points, 7 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 assists per game her final prep year...graduated with Wilson High School career records in points scored (1,812) and assists (552)...an excellent track athlete-a four-year letterwinner and former state champion in the long jump--she owned conference records in the long jump (19 feet, ½ inches) and triple jump (38 feet, 5 ¾ inches) upon graduation.

Personal-- Born 12-7-67...one of the three children of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Law of Florence, S.C...nickname is Jazzy.

Law's Career Bests:
Points	30	vs. DePaul
FGM	11	vs. Minnesota
FGA	20	vs. Indiana
FG%	1.000	vs. Michigan St.
FTM	8	vs. Michigan St.
FTA	12	vs. DePaul
FT%	1.000	Eight times
Rebounds	10	vs. Wisconsin
Assists	8	vs. Iowa St; Howard; St. Joseph's
Steals	6	vs. Indiana
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