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2018 Schedule
3rd in Big Ten
Creighton's Lamberty drains a three (0:23)

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OSCARS NIGHT! It's the Academy of Women's Basketball presented by Maria, Lobo & Landers 🏀

Ben Hogg ESPN Producer 

OSCARS NIGHT! It's the Academy of Women's Basketball presented by Maria, Lobo & Landers 🏀

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206dMechelle Voepel

UConn trio among women's Wooden finalists

AAC Player of the Year Katie Lou Samuelson was among the three UConn players named to the final 15 up for consideration for the women's basketball Wooden Award.

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229dGraham Hays

Iowa's Gustafson plays for two

Megan Gustafson always followed older sister Emily's lead on the basketball court. But while Emily's career was curtailed by concussions, Megan has grown into an All-American candidate for resurgent Iowa -- and plays for the sister she still looks up to.

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Gustafson scores 29, Iowa women top No. 12 Ohio State 103-89

Iowa's Megan Gustafson scored 29 points, winning a shootout with Ohio State's Kelsey Mitchell on Thursday night, and the Hawkeyes ended a three-game losing streak with a 103-89 win over the No. 12 Buckeyes, who have now lost three straight.

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Keys has 34, Purdue upsets No. 18 Iowa

Andreona Keys scored 22 of her career-high 34 points in the second half and Purdue knocked off its second straight ranked opponent, beating No. 18 Iowa 76-70 on Saturday.

Maryland uses hot start to beat Iowa (0:48)
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Thomas' 31 rally No. 13 Florida St women past Iowa 94-93

Shakayla Thomas scored 31 points, 17 in the fourth quarter, and Imani Wright added 26 points as No. 13 Florida State erased a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Iowa 94-93 on Wednesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

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428dDan Murphy

Iowa's Welsh: Had duty to publicize depression

Iowa offensive lineman Sean Welsh said he came forward about his battle with depression because he wanted to encourage others to speak up and to be an advocate while he still has a captive audience.

Sam Strong ESPN Staff Writer 

Now men's 3-point champ Peter Jok (Iowa) and women's champ Kindred Wesemann (Kansas State) will go head-to-head.