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Iowa Hawkeyes Basketball Details
You’ve seen the Iowa football team on many occasions. They’re a respectable member of the Big Ten, often competing for conference titles. But the Hawkeye basketball team can be entertaining during the winter as well.
The team plays home games at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, which holds 15,400 fans. Opened in 1983, the arena also hosts games for women’s basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and volleyball. There’s plenty of parking next to and across the street from the building.
Iowa might not be a college basketball powerhouse, but it boasts a tremendous number of legendary players and coaches. The Hawkeyes have had 10 first-team All-America selections, including Ronnie Lester, a guard who earned the honor in both 1979 and 1980.
On the coaching side, the Hawkeyes have been led by some superstars of the profession. Ralph Miller, Lute Olson, George Raveling and Dr. Tom Davis – who coached the Hawkeyes for most of the span between 1964 and 1999, won a combined 2,664 career games.
The Hawkeyes have had some postseason tournament success, albeit a long time ago. The school reached NCAA Final Fours in 1955, 1956 and 1960, with the middle appearance garnering in a national runner-up finish.
As in football, the Hawkeye basketball team has more than one team that might be called an archrival. In the Big Ten, Iowa fans get especially fired up for games against Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Outside the conference, Iowa State is just 125 miles to the west. The Hawkeyes and Cyclones have tipped off annually since 1970.
If you’re in or around Iowa City anytime soon, get yourself to a Hawkeye hoops game. Tickets are available now!