Hawkeye junior 1-of-49 NCAA Division I players to earn Associated Press All-America honors
#23 Iowa and #15 Nebraska to face-off on Sunday at noon (CT) on ESPN
Hawkeyes, Buckeyes tip at 6 p.m. (CT) on Thursday on the Big Ten Network
Iowa hosts Northwestern on Monday at 6 p.m. (CT) inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena
Hawkeyes, Gophers to meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. (CT) at Williams Arena
Iowa vs. Notre Dame - AP Photos
Iowa versus Notre Dame Tuesday, March 26, 2013
NCAA Championships Sunday, March 24, 2013
March 23, 2013 Iowa City, Iowa
Iowa vs. Nebraska - AP Photos (3/8/13)
One of 35 student-athletes invited to try out for team USA and the World University Games between her sophomore and junior seasons...became youngest player in Iowa history to earn All-America honors, earning award as a sophomore...her career free throw percentage of 89.1 was just shy of Wendy Ausdemore's school and Big Ten record of 89.2... finished career ranked second in career 3-pointers made (252), third in career scoring (1,841) and fourth in career assists (412).
2012-13 as a Senior...
Played in all 34 games with 31 starts... honorable mention All-Big Ten selection... Academic All-Big Ten pick... one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award... tied the Big Ten record and set the Iowa mark for single-season free throw percentage (92.5)... tied the school record for 3-pointers made in a single game with seven at San Diego (Dec. 30)... tied the best single-game free throw performance in Big Ten history vs. West Virginia (Nov. 25), finishing 17-of-17... tied the school record for single-game free throw percentage against West Virginia (17-of-17) and Middle Tennessee (11-of-11)... ranked second in the Big Ten and ranked second in the NCAA in free throw percentage (92.5)... in conference games only, led the Big Ten in free throw percentage (.930)... named Big Ten player of the Week (Jan. 30), after scoring 29 points, including 14-straight in the final 5:25, to give Iowa a win over Wisconsin... netted a career-high 33 points in win at San Diego (Dec. 30)... scored double figures in 23 times, including five 20-point performances.
2011-12 as a Junior...
Started first 23 games of the season before tearing ACL in left knee in final 30 seconds of overtime win at Wisconsin... third team All-Big Ten selection by coaches and media... Capital one Academic All-District pick... Academic All-Big Ten... Junkanoo Jam and Hawkeye Challenge All-Tournament team picks... one of five players named Preseason All-Big Ten... led the team in scoring (16.9), steals (2.0) and free throw percentage (.888)... scored in double figures in 18 of 23 games played, including nine 20-point performances... top scorer in 13 games.
2010-11 as a Sophomore...
Started all 31 games... Associated Press honorable mention All-American... second team All-Big Ten (coaches), third team All-Big Ten (media)... Academic All-Big Ten selection... named team's Most Improved Player... Big Ten Player of the Week (Feb. 28)... became youngest player in school history to reach the 1,000 point milestone... tied school record for free throw percentage by going 10-10 (1.000) at Indiana (Feb. 27)... made 32-straight free throws, one shy of tying Lindsey Meder's school record for consecutive free throw made... led team with 520 points (16.8 per game), 70 three-pointers, .383 three-point percentage and .864 free throw percentage... netted career-high 32 points vs. Illinois (Feb. 24)... led team in scoring 13 times... scored in double digits in 27 of 31 games, including nine 20-point games.
2009-10 as a Freshman...
Big Ten Freshman of the Year... second team All-Big Ten (media), third team All-Big Ten (coaches)...unanimous selection to the Big Ten all-Freshman team... second team Freshman All-American by Full Court Press... four-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week... shattered Iowa freshman records in scoring (501), three-pointers made (82) and assists (99)... led Big Ten freshmen in scoring, three-pointers made and free throw percentage... ranked 54th in the NCAA in three-point percentage and 58th in three-pointers made... led team with 501 total points... led team in scoring in 14 games... scored in double-digits in 25 games.
Became the youngest player (15) ever to verbally commit to the Iowa women's basketball program, is a three-time consensus first team all-state, all-conference, all-district and all-metro selection playing for Coach Bluder's alma mater, Linn-Mar High School... Metro and Mississippi Valley Player of the Year, as a senior... three-time team captain... broke 14 Linn-Mar school records, including all-time leading scorer (1,392), assists (374), steals (232), free throws (319) and 3-pointers (168)... helped guide Linn-Mar to a 70-9 career record, including a 24-1 record in 2009 and a state tournament berth... named to the all-tournament team at the Iowa state tournament her junior season... a career 88.6 percent free throw shooter, which is an all-time career record in the state of Iowa... shot 91.1 percent from the charity stripe in 2009, which was the best in the state... suffered a season-ending injury, in the fourth game, her sophomore year... helped guide Linn-Mar to a 20-4 record and a state tournament appearance as a freshman and a 22-3 record, and a berth in the state tournament final four her junior campaign... also played basketball for the IBCA Select AAU squad in 2008... also excelled in the classroom, boasting a perfect 4.0 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society... academic all-conference as a senior and a three-year academic letter award winner... McDonald's all-America nominee in 2009.
Parents are Kelly and Jeff Printy... has one brother, Jordan and one sister, Jenna... brother played basketball at Indiana State from 2008-12... mother ran track at Iowa... recreation and sport business major.