University of Iowa women’s gymnastics alum Houry Gebeshian, who competed for the Hawkeyes from 2008-11, has earned the prestigious honor of competing on the world’s largest competitive stage at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The all-arounder is the first and only female gymnast to represent the Republic of Armenia and will compete as an individual this August.
University of Iowa gymnast Mollie Drenth represented the Hawkeyes at the 2016 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships in the second of two sessions Friday evening.
The University of Iowa women’s gymnastics team will be represented by junior Mollie Drenth at the 2016 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships April 15-16 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Junior Mollie Drenth has led the GymHawks to a No. 19 national ranking this season while collecting 19 individual event titles in the process.
The University of Iowa's Student-Athlete Academic Services has recognized senior Nick Roscetti and junior Angel Metcalf as March's male and female Student-Athletes of the Month.
The University of Iowa women's gymnastics team capped it's season in NCAA Regional action inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena Saturday afternoon.
The field is set, balloons inflated, banners hung, and Carver-Hawkeye Arena is in immaculate shape to host NCAA Regional women’s gymnastics.