Monday, June 29, 2015
Former Hawkeye qualifies for track and field world championships

EUGENE, Ore. – Former University of Iowa track star Erik Sowinski will represent the U.S. at the IIAF World Championships in August.

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Iowa recruiting solidly back in Illinois
The live video stream from Crystal Lake (Ill.) Central High School cut in and out Monday morning. So in one instant, defensive end prospect Romeo McKn ... »
Hawkeyes travel to familiar Ohio ground for No. 20
Iowa recruiting hit No. 20 on Monday, when Ohio safety Lance Billings announced on his Twitter account that he committed to the Hawkeyes.Billings (5-1 ... »
Monday, June 29, 2015
Battle of prep baseball unbeatens could take place Tuesday

Lisbon and Van Buren, both in Class 1A, are the final two undefeated prep baseball teams in the state this season.

At least one will go down ... »

Kennedy, Linn-Mar battle to a draw
MARION — A coach ejected. A 2-hour-plus opener, in regulation, even. A lightning-shortened nightcap.Just another wild, wacky night of Metro sof ... »
Linn-Mar throws the leather, sweeps Jefferson
MARION – At one point in the second game, Linn-Mar third baseman Taylor Yoke dove to his left in an attempt to snare a line drive.The ball popp ... »
Monday, June 29, 2015
Former Cyclone Vroman dies at age 34

Former Iowa State basketball player Jackson Vroman died Monday at age 34.

Multiple reports conflicted on the cause of death.

A release ... »

Iowa State’s Cooke makes return to court in Y Cap City League
WEST DES MOINES — Hallice Cooke stood near the basket awaiting the impending contact. His former teammate Daniel Edozie — nearly five inc ... »
In-state forward is Prohm’s first ISU commitment
AMES — Steve Prohm wasted little time hitting the recruiting trail when he arrived at Iowa State two weeks ago.For that, the new Cyclones coach ... »
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Kernels knock off Wisconsin

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. — The Cedar Rapids Kernels got strong starting pitching from Sam Gibbons and went on to top the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, ... »

Monday, June 29, 2015
Michigan corner is No. 19 for the Hawkeyes

Iowa’s summer camps have turned out well for a handful of players this summer, with “well” meaning they’ve walke ... »

Wisconsin’s Ryan to coach one more year then retire
IOWA CITY — Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan announced Monday he will lead the Badgers for just one more season then retire as c ... »
From financial standpoint, Hayden Fry was born too soon
MESQUITE, Nev. — Hayden Fry said he never worried about how much money he was making while he was a college football coach, but he clearly has ... »
Slow-pitch evolves in C.R.
Editor’s note: Bill Johnson is a Cedar Rapids historian who spent 30 years working for the U.S. Navy. This is the fourth of a five-part series ... »
Hingtgen holds on to claim C.R. Senior Am title
CEDAR RAPIDS — On a day that featured a long rain delay and conditions tough for a golfer of any skill level, Todd Hingtgen persevered to win t ... »
Powell returns to beat his old club
CEDAR RAPIDS – Christian Powell returned to a ballpark Sunday afternoon that was the home of his worst baseball moment. Almost 14 months ago, h ... »
Kernels blow late lead, lose in extras again
CEDAR RAPIDS – The Cedar Rapids Kernels bullpen has been mostly unflappable this Midwest League season, but they’ve done some flapping, ... »
Rea continues to excel, list of pro baseball players grows
CEDAR RAPIDS – The list of former local, area and University of Iowa players in professional baseball has grown. There are 13 guys playing in t ... »
Sioux Falls stuffs Titans, 34-12, in conference title tilt
Getting over the hump will require more climbing from the Cedar Rapids Titans.For the third year in a row, their season ended at Sioux Falls in the Un ... »