No. 4/6 Hawkeyes Score 115, Setting New Program Record

IOWA CITY, Iowa – The Iowa women’s basketball team dominated Evansville, 115-62. The Hawkeyes set a new program record for the most points scored in a game.

Iowa shot 67.7% from the field and 50% from the 3-point range on Thursday night inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena. All-American Caitlin Clark registered her 27th career double-double with 26 points, 12 assists, and five rebounds. Monika Czinano made her presence felt with 23 points and seven boards.

McKenna Warnock nearly missed a double-double registering 15 points and eight boards. Warnock was 3-of-4 from behind the arc. She is now 15th all-time in career 3-pointers made in school history. Freshman Hannah Stuelke has now scored double digits in back-to-back games. A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, finished the night with 14 points, eight rebounds, three dimes, a steal, and a block.

Iowa dominated the paint outscoring the Aces, 62-14. All 13 available Hawkeyes played and scored in the contest.

• Iowa’s 35-point third quarter ties for the fifth most points in a quarter and third most in a third quarter in school history.
• The Hawkeyes have started 2-0 under Bluder 18 times in 23 seasons.
• Iowa has started 2-0 and scored 80 or more points in its first two games eight times under Bluder.
• Iowa now leads the all-time series, 3-0.
• It was the largest margin of victory in the series. (53)
• It was the fifth 50-point win for the program in the last five seasons.
• McKenna Warnock has the 15th most made 3-pointers in school history. (126)
• Iowa had four double-digit scorers: Caitlin Clark (26), Monika Czinano (23), Hannah Stuelke (14) and Mckenna Warnock (15).
• Stuelke netted a career-high with 14 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists.
Taylor McCabe has five 3-pointers in two games.
• 13 Hawkeyes scored in tonight’s contest.
• The Hawkeyes set a new program scoring record of 115 points, surpassing the previous record of 108 points on Dec. 31, 2019 vs. Illinois.
• The Hawkeyes set a new second-half scoring record with 61 points to break the previous CHA record of 60 vs. Syracuse on Dec. 5, 2013.

I thought we played a really good first half. A lot of really good things tonight. We did a great job on the boards both offensively and defensively. We owned the paint tonight, and I always love to see that. I thought McKenna Warnock had a really great game for us. Caitlin had a double-double, so a lot of good things there. Our transition game was so good. I thought Molly and Caitlin both saw that really well and made those passes. We just shot the ball very well tonight from all areas except for the free throw line, which we led the country in free throw shooting last year, but everywhere else was pretty good.

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The Hawkeyes return to action Nov. 13, when they travel to Drake on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. (CT) at the Knapp Center. The game will air on ESPN+ (subscription), the Hawkeye Radio Network, and Sirius XM Radio ( channel 372).

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