Stanley, Stuenkel Earn Student-Athlete of the Month Honors

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa Student-Athlete Academic Services has recognized sophomore Nate Stanley and senior Karly Stuenkel as October’s male and female student-athletes of the month.
This honor, voted by their peers, recognizes student-athletes who have excelled not only in their sport, but in the classroom as well.
Stanley, a physical therapy major, led Iowa to a 2-1 record in three games during the month of October and accumulated a 55.4% completion percentage for 660 yards, including five touchdowns and three interceptions.
Stuenkel, a communications studies major, started in all nine games and scored all four of her goals in October, helping lead Iowa to its first Big Ten Tournament since 2014. She scored the game-winning goals in a 2-1 victory at Purdue and assisted in Iowa’s lone goal in the regular season finale against Illinois.
The Iowa football team travels to Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday to take on the Badgers for the Heartland Trophy. Kickoff is set for 2:36 p.m. (CT) on ABC.
The Iowa women’s soccer team wrapped up its season at the Big Ten Tournament on Oct. 29, falling to Ohio State 2-1.