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iowa women's basketball

Des Moines school's winner in boys' basketball, but without classmates in the state championship game

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With nearly a week between games, Iowa State women’s basketball is set to play its second game of the season against South Dakota State (SDSU) at 6:30 p.m. on Monday at Hilton Coliseum. (Source: www.iowastatedaily.com)

In a game where Iowa State had trouble getting the ball through the net, the team had to rely on their defense to come out with a win. And they sure did. (Source: www.iowastatedaily.com)

Heather Allen: [0:08] When I first think of six-on-six basketball what comes to mind is fast. It was a game was a game that was played really quickly because of some of the roles that were in play at that time. (Source: museumonmainstreet.org Jo Ann Stoner: [2:47] I am a member of Mount Vernon Tritee Association, and Tritee uses Granny Basketball as a fundraiser so we can send fourth grade girls to camp. They follow the 1920's rules for basketball and when they've done it as an exhibition game, we have had teachers and community members be our participants and they find that it's really difficult with a lot of athletes who have played the grannies the grannies have beat them. And so that a nice club. (Source:museumonmainstreet.org))

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KWWL) - The Iowa women's basketball team is canceling its next three games due to positive COVID-19 cases. This includes a Sunday home game against Drake, and two games in the Cancun Challenge next week in Mexico. (Source: www.kwwl.com The ticket office will be communicating with people who purchased tickets to Sunday's home game. Iowa's next chance to play is December 2 against Duke in the Big Ten/ACC challenge. (Source:www.kwwl.com))

PATTNER OF RACIALLY BIASED POLICING WELL BREAKING NEWS ON OF IOWA CITY TONIGHT THE IOWA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM HAS CANCELED SUNDAY’S HOME GAME WITH DRAKE DUE TO SEVERAL POSITIVE CORONAVIRUS TTSES WITHIN THE HAWKEYE PROGRAM U OF I SAYS A NUMBER OF PEOPLE EXPIEERNCED SYMPTOMS AND TESTED POSITIVE. SO CANCELING NEXT W (Source: www.kcci.com)

The Iowa women's basketball team canceled Sundays' game against Drake after concerns about COVID-19.The program said the game against Drake, and appearance at the Cancun Challenge, was canceled due to positive COVID-19 test results in the program. "We’re obviously disappointed but understand this is the right decision,” said Lisa Bluder, P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., head women’s basketball coach. “Our team and staff have followed best practices. But unfortunately, a number of individuals experienced symptoms and tested positive. We will continue to follow the guidance of our medical staff and look forward to returning to the court.”The Iowa Athletic Department Ticket Office will contact those who had purchased tickets for the game against Drake. (Source: www.kcci.com)

The Iowa women's basketball team canceled Sundays' game against Drake after concerns about COVID-19. (Source: www.kcci.com)

It appears to be the first COVID-19 cancellation in college basketball this season. The Nov. 13 Southern California-California football game was postponed because of an outbreak for the Bears, and Drake football canceled a game in late October. (Source: news.yahoo.com IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — The No. 8 Iowa women's basketball team canceled a game against Drake on Sunday and won't travel to the Cancun Challenge tournament because of positive COVID-19 tests in the program, the school announced Friday night. (Source:news.yahoo.com))

The women’s basketball game between No. 8 Iowa and Drake on Sunday has been canceled "out of abundance of caution due to positive COVID-19 test results within the Hawkeyes program," the school announced Friday. The matchup, taking place at the Cancun Challenge in Mexico, could have resulted in the 800th career win for head coach Lisa Bluder, who currently sits at 799 through 22 seasons. (Source: theathletic.com)

If this squad works together on the defensive end, a Final Four is a definite possibility. That’s a long way off, but the foundation started in the offseason and will continue to build going forward. On the year (2 games) Iowa is allowing 52 points per game. I will be more interested tracking our defensive numbers than offensive numbers this year. That’s what will determine how successful this team can be. This squad plays fundamental team basketball, and they can shoot the rock with anyone in the country. As always, Go Hawks! (Source: www.blackheartgoldpants.com)

 

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