Iowa

Official Name: 
University of Iowa
Nickname: 
Hawkeyes
Mailing Address: 

157 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
Iowa City, IA 52242

Telephone: 
(319) 335-9411
Fax: 
(319) 335-9417
Enrollment: 
29,700
Arena: 

Carver-Hawkeye Arena
Capacity: 15,500
Year Opened: 1983

School Colors: 
Old Gold and Black
Conference: 

Big Ten (since 1899)

Final AP Top 10 Rankings: 

(6) 1952, 1955, 1956, 1961, 1970, and 1987

NCAA Division I Tournament Appearances: 

(22) 1955, 1956, 1970, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, and 2006
27-24 record (.529)
Reached Final Four in 1955 (4th), 1956 (2nd) and 1980 (4th)

NIT Appearances: 

(5) 1995, 1998, 2002, 2003, and 2004
4-5 record (.444)

All-Time Winningest Coach: 

Tom Davis (13 years from 1987-99, 269-140 record, .658)

All-Time Scoring Leader: 

Roy Marble (2,116 points from 1986-89)

All-Time Rebounding Leader: 

Greg Brunner (990 from 2003-06)

Single-Game Individual Scoring Record: 

John Johnson (49 points as senior vs. Northwestern on 2/24/70)

All-American Selections: 
NCAA Consensus First-Team All-Americans: 
NCAA Consensus Second-Team All-Americans: 

(2) Richard Ives (1945), Herb Wilkinson (1945)

Individual Single-Game Scoring Record Box Score:

John Johnson (49 vs. Northwestern)
February 24, 1970 (senior/28 ppg)

1

2

Total

Iowa

57

59

116

Northwestern

46

51

97

Name

FG

FT

PTS

Vidnovic

4-8

2-3

10

Johnson

20-33

9-10

49

Jensen

0-0

0-0

0

Calabria

7-18

2-3

16

Brown

10-18

1-1

21

McGilmer

6-8

1-1

13

Grabinski

0-1

0-1

0

Lusk

1-4

2-2

4

Hazley

0-1

0-0

0

Hodge

0-0

2-2

2

Schulze

0-1

0-0

0

Miller

0-1

0-0

0

Conway

0-0

0-0

0

Rowat

0-1

0-0

0

Miranda

0-2

1-2

1

Totals

48-96

20-25

116

Percentages

.500

.800

Name

FG

FT

PTS

Moran

4-9

6-7

14

Crandall

3-8

3-4

9

Sarno

2-6

3-5

7

Adams

5-9

0-0

10

Kelley

10-22

8-13

28

Hentz

2-4

0-0

4

Berg

6-9

3-4

15

Shoger

2-5

2-2

6

Douglas

0-1

0-0

0

Jerdan

1-1

2-2

4

Totals

35-73

27-37

97

Percentages

.479

.730

Coach

Seasons

Years

Record

W-L %

Best Season(s)

Record

Ed Rule

4

1902, 1904, 1906, 1908

37-15

.712

1902

10-2

Fred Bailey

1

1903

4-3

.571

1903

4-3

John Chalmers

1

1905

6-8

.429

1905

6-8

John Griffith

3

1907, 1909-10

24-15

.615

1910

11-3

Walter Stewart

2

1911-12

15-12

.556

1911

9-4

Floyd Thomas

1

1913

9-13

.409

1913

9-13

Maury Kent

5

1914-18

42-36

.538

1916

11-4

Edwin Bannick

1

1919

8-7

.533

1919

8-7

James Ashmore

3

1920-22

29-26

.527

1922

11-7

Justin "Sam" Barry

7

1923-29

62-54

.534

1923

13-2

Rollie Williams

14

1930-42, 1951

139-131

.515

1933

15-5

Lawrence "Pops" Harrison

8

1943-50

98-42

.700

1945

17-1

Frank "Bucky" O'Connor

8

1950, 1952-58

114-59

.659

1952

19-3

Sharm Scheuerman

6

1959-64

72-69

.511

1961

18-6

Ralph Miller

6

1965-70

95-51

.651

1970

20-5

Dick Schultz

4

1971-74

41-55

.427

1973

13-11

Robert "Lute" Olson

9

1975-83

165-93

.640

1981

21-7

George Raveling

3

1984-86

54-38

.587

1985

21-11

Dr. Tom Davis

13

1987-99

269-140

.658

1987

30-5

Steve Alford

8

2000-07

145-108

.573

2006

25-9

Todd Lickliter

3

2008-10

38-58

.396

2009

15-17

Fran McCaffery

1

2011

11-20

.355

2011

11-20

  • All-Time W-L Record: 1,487-1,048 (.587) from 1902 through 2011.
  • NOTES: Harrison and O'Connor each coached 11 games in 1949-50
  • Olson's record does not reflect two forfeit victories awarded from Minnesota in 1976-77 and a forfeit victory awarded from Wisconsin in 1982-83
  • Davis' record does not reflect forfeit victory awarded from Purdue in 1995-96.