Scott Dochterman
I'm originally from Burlington, and I'm a 1997 Western Illinois University graduate. I've worked in Burlington, Muscatine, Fort Dodge and St. Joseph, Mo., before coming to The Gazette in 2006 with my wife, Meredith, and our two children. I enjoy sports, politics and history.At The Gazette, I cover Iowa men's basketball, Iowa's athletics department and assist with Iowa football.

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Makeover in effect for Hawkeyes’ run game, backs

IOWA CITY — Iowa’s running game is undergoing a makeover this spring, from the person who coordinates the game plan to the pla ... »

Longtime Iowa PA for football, basketball dies

IOWA CITY — Former University of Iowa public-address announcer the Rev. Robert E. Holzhammer died on Tuesday. He was 92.

Holzhammer, w ... »

Iowa looks to future with 4 starters, influx of newbies

SEATTLE — Before Aaron White took off his Iowa basketball jersey for the final time, the senior paused briefly and reflected about hi ... »

Iowa looks to future with 4 starters, influx of newbies

SEATTLE — Before Aaron White took off his Iowa basketball jersey for the final time, the senior paused briefly and reflected about his caree ... »

Hawkeyes take bright path after crossroads

SEATTLE — Iowa entered its men’s basketball season somewhat at a crossroads and ended it on the bright path of sustainability. ... »

Tough ending but spectacular season for UNI

SEATTLE — Seth Tuttle’s jaw hung open as he turned his head to the left, and then to the right. He quivered, then broke down. ... »

Zags zig past Hawkeyes

SEATTLE — In the end, there too little zig and too much ‘Zag.

The Hawkeyes’ season came to an conclusion Sunday n ... »

Iowa-Gonzaga breakdown

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Iowa 22-11; Gonzaga 33-2

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6:10 p. ... »

Transcript: Iowa’s McCaffery, players talk about season-ending loss

Q. Coach, in the first half they were so efficient offensively, gave you so many things to try to prepare for, and even when your you’ ... »

UNI falls to Louisville

 

SEATTLE — Northern Iowa's dream of a season ended in nightmare fashion last night in a 66-53 loss to Louisville in an NCAA tourname ... »

Bohannon status still uncertain

SEATTLE — Northern Iowa junior Matt Bohannon’s status remains undetermined for Sunday’s NCAA tournament game against Lo ... »

Gonzaga looks the part

SEATTLE — The Gonzaga faithful filled KeyArena on Friday night during the Bulldogs’ 86-76 win against North Dakota State. At f ... »

Iowa’s Gesell, Gonzaga’s Pangos to tango

SEATTLE — Gonzaga point guard Kevin Pangos has his own hashtag.

The all-everything senior with 317 career 3-pointers is also kn ... »

Transcript: Hawkeyes coaches, players talk Gonzaga

Q. Tournaments, always quick tournament around with the next game. What’s the biggest thing Coach has stressed to you guys in preparation fo ... »

Quick celebration, quick turnaround for Iowa

SEATTLE — For two hours Friday night, Iowa’s players celebrated after a dominating 83-52 win against Davidson, the program’s f ... »

Makeover in effect for Hawkeyes’ run game, backs

IOWA CITY — Iowa’s running game is undergoing a makeover this spring, from the person who coordinates the game plan to the pla ... »

Hawkeyes take bright path after crossroads

SEATTLE — Iowa entered its men’s basketball season somewhat at a crossroads and ended it on the bright path of sustainability. ... »

Tough ending but spectacular season for UNI

SEATTLE — Seth Tuttle’s jaw hung open as he turned his head to the left, and then to the right. He quivered, then broke down.< ... »

Zags zig past Hawkeyes

SEATTLE — In the end, there too little zig and too much ‘Zag.

The Hawkeyes’ season came to an conclusion Sunday n ... »

Iowa’s Gesell, Gonzaga’s Pangos to tango

SEATTLE — Gonzaga point guard Kevin Pangos has his own hashtag.

The all-everything senior with 317 career 3-pointers is also kn ... »

Quick celebration, quick turnaround for Iowa

SEATTLE — For two hours Friday night, Iowa’s players celebrated after a dominating 83-52 win against Davidson, the program’s f ... »

Iowa dominates Davidson

 

SEATTLE — Consider that 14-year itch scratched.

In dominating fashion, the Iowa men's basketball team won its first NCAA to ... »

Senior a guiding force for Hawkeyes in practice

SEATTLE — Davidson’s style of play blends the speed and 3-point capabilities of Indiana with the efficiency of Wisconsin.

That& ... »

Hawkeyes excited to learn seed, face Davidson

IOWA CITY — Aaron White's loose demeanor last night belied his nerves as he approached Selection Sunday.

White, a senior, and the res ... »

Likely NCAA bid little consolation to Hawkeyes

CHICAGO — The sting of yet another Big Ten Tournament failure was apparent in the moments that followed Iowa’s 67-58 loss to P ... »

Defense has led to Hawkeyes’ revival

IOWA CITY — There’s a little more swagger to the Iowa men’s basketball team right now. Not only is the confidence notic ... »

3 Takeways: Unselfish at center, Gesell’s growth, Marble-Bardo and the 80s

IOWA CITY — Adam Woodbury’s streak of 101 consecutive starts ended Saturday, not with a blowup or an injury, but with a hug. »