IOWA CITY, Iowa – University of Iowa student-athletes Jack Campbell (football) and Hannah Stuelke (women’s basketball) were named October’s Student-Athletes of the Month, the University of Iowa Student-Athlete Advisory Committee announced on Tuesday.
Campbell, a senior linebacker from Cedar Falls, was named midseason first-team All-America by five media outlets. He recorded 12 tackles at Illinois, including six solo stops and six assists. In addition, Campbell recovered a fumble on special teams punt coverage against the Illini. In Iowa’s contest with Ohio State, Campbell grabbed his first interception of the year, along with nine tackles (four solo, five assists) and a shared tackle for loss. Campbell wrapped up October with 11 tackles against Northwestern, including four solo stops and seven assists. Campbell is one of 15 finalists for the William V. Campbell Trophy, and a semifinalist for the Butkus, Bednarik and Rotary Lombardi awards.
Stuelke, a freshman forward from Cedar Rapids, scored 18 points in Iowa’s exhibition win over Nebraska-Kearney. She was 8-10 from the field, grabbed six rebounds, had two steals, and dished one assist in her Hawkeye debut. Stuelke led the team in field goals and tied for most points, steals, and rebounds.