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Coe to induct 4 into athletics hall of fame

CEDAR RAPIDS — Coe College announced Friday it will induct four people into its athletics hall of fame during homecoming weekend Sept. 18-21.

The 2014 HOF class is Lorri Eberhard Zeller, Brent Thurness and Marika Pewe. Zeller (class o [...]

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Coe hopes to reload, not rebuild

CEDAR RAPIDS – You’ve got left tackle Lathan Bass, wide receivers Nick Lenstra and Elijah Phillips, quarterback Josh Rekers and linebacker Gaetano Tarantino. That’s it.

You want to know Coe College’s returning foo [...]

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Timmons retires, Meyer takes over at Coe

CEDAR RAPIDS — According to Diane Meyer, Coe softball coach Bob Timmons had no interest in a farewell tour.

“He’s not a guy for much fanfare,” Meyer said. “That’s just Bob.”

And so it we [...]

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Hawkeye lineman charged with OWI

A member of the University of Iowa football team was arrested for drunken driving Friday night.

According to the University of Iowa Department of Public Safety, 21-year-old T. Dean Tsopanides, a defensive lineman, was stopped just before mid [...]

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Joens takes to javelin throw

IOWA CITY — Be it a baseball or a javelin, throwing has always come easy to Sam Joens.

Once a star center fielder and discus thrower at Cedar Rapids Prairie High School, Joens attracted attention from the University of Iowa an [...]

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ISU announces signing of 7-foot-1 recruit

AMES — It’s official — and it’s a Greek to the Iowa State men’s basketball team.

Cyclones Coach Fred Hoiberg announced Monday 7-foot-1 Veroia, Greece, native Georgios Tsalmpouris signed his national letter [...]

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IIAC baseball tourney starts Thursday

CEDAR RAPIDS — Buena Vista is the top seed for this weekend’s Iowa Conference Baseball Tournament, which begins Thursday in Cedar Rapids.

The Beavers take a 33-7 record into the event, which is double elimination. They recently [...]

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Luther beats Coe in highest-scoring game in IIAC tourney history

CEDAR RAPIDS — When Coe and Luther match up on the softball field, the games tend to be tight and the runs few. In fact, the teams scored a combined 21 runs in their three meetings this season, so you had to figure a low-scoring game [...]

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Farley ‘pleased’ with spring results from Panthers

CEDAR FALLS — As spring practice ends for the Northern Iowa football team, Coach Mark Farley is a happy man.

With a disappointing 2013 season fully in the rearview, he and his Panthers have hit the ground running. The annual sp [...]

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Bohannon wants more voice for college players

Many people hear scholarship college athletes say they should have more rights and reply “They already have it better than most. They have enough.”

You never hear a scholarship athlete say the scholarship doesn't have great val [...]

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27 victories, then a quiet exit

IOWA CITY -- In a tear-stained locker room, Samantha Logic found perspective.

"Absolutely, this was a great season," said the University of Iowa point guard after the 25th-ranked Hawkeyes' bowed out, 83-53, to No. 4 Louisville late Tuesday [...]

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Ugly ending for Hawkeye women against Louisville

IOWA CITY -- Win or go home?

For the Louisville Cardinals, it was win AND go home.

Convincingly.

Fourth-ranked Louisville held Iowa to a mere one 3-pointer and handed the 25th-rated Hawkeyes their worst loss in more than five yea [...]

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Shoni vs. Sam for the Sweet Sixteen

IOWA CITY -- It won't be the whole show.

But Shoni-vs.-Sam will be an entertaining sideshow in Tuesday's NCAA women's basketball second-round encounter between 25th-ranked Iowa and No. 4 Louisville.

Two of the best guards in the nation [...]

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'Incredible opportunity' awaits Hawkeye women

IOWA CITY -- This is Theairra Taylor's last shot.

It's also her best shot.

"This is the perfect team to (advance to the Sweet Sixteen)," Taylor said during Monday's press conference as the 25th-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes (27-8) prepared for [...]

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