Nov. 20, 2005
Iowa won its sixth-straight season opener with its 82-42 triumph over UW-Milwaukee today. The 40-point win ranks as the 25th-largest margin of victory in school history.
Iowa dominated the inside, out-scoring UW-Milwaukee 42-18 in the paint. The Hawkeyes converted 31 Panther turnovers into 38 points. UW-Milwaukee was only able to net eight point after 20 Hawkeye miscues.
Tiffany Reedy collected a career-high four steals, besting her previous high of three established three times before. The senior also corralled a team-high seven rebounds.
Jenee Graham dished out a game-high six assists. UW-Milwaukee collected a total of seven as a team.
Iowa improves to 5-1 in games played on November 20.
Today’s win is Iowa Head Coach Lisa Bluder’s 97th on the Hawkeye sidelines. Iowa’s second all-time winningest coach is three only victories from 100.
Iowa has made at least one 3-pointer in 211-consecutive contests, dating back to the 1997-98 season.
The 42 points is the fewst amount of points an Iowa opponent has scored since Michigan netted 42 points in a 70-42 setback against Iowa on March 3, 2005 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament.