Hawkeye Basketball

4/11

Hawkeye Guard Connor McCaffery Receives Scholarship

BY Athletic Communications

Coach Fran McCaffery puts son on scholarship.

  1. Miller and Deace take listener questions from Twitter in this installment of the HN Podcast, as well as an off topic question to end it.

  2. Iowa coach talks about transfers, filling open scholarships, the future for son, Connor, players testing NBA waters and more.

  3. Hawkeye junior-to-be has not hired agent, could return to Iowa.

  4. Iowa freshman will have four years of eligibility remaining.

  5. Taking the Final Four-Bound Wolverines to OT, Ahmad Wagner’s change, recruiting philosophy in David Schwartz’s Sunday notes.

  6. 3/20

    Ahmad Wagner Leaving Iowa Hoops to Pursue Football

    BY Athletic Communications

    Ohio native has a year of eligibility remaining for the gridiron.

Iowa Hawkeye Basketball: Since the University of Iowa recognized men’s basketball as a sport in 1902, the Hawkeyes have had many seasons with impressive stats and high rankings. Those successful seasons have landed them in 22 NCAA tournament appearances, eight Big Ten regular season championships, three Final Fours, two Big Ten tournament championships, and one NCAA national championship. The history of the Iowa Women’s basketball team is much shorter but has been extremely successful as well.

In the 2016-2017 men’s basketball season, coach Fran McCaffery will once again strive to be at the top of the B1G and the national rankings. HawkeyeNation.com will keep you up to date on team news, roster changes, recruiting efforts, and more. Look for information on current and future Iowa basketball players and occasionally, on past Hawkeyes too. We’ll give you everything you need to know.

Just like us, you can’t wait to grab your tickets to the next game and experience the one-of-a-kind atmosphere of Carver Hawkeye Arena (and get a selfie with Herky) — but first, check out our forums page here. You can post to a message board or read the facts and rumors others are posting. Go ahead and predict a game score, or the Hawkeye’s end-of-season record. You’ll be amazed at the amount of information you can find on your favorite Hawkeye team and favorite players, too.

The schedule is up and we’re ready to put the preview and prediction stage behind us and start analyzing regular season games. Are you ready for some hoops? Thought so. We’ll see you in Iowa City.

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