WBB Game Notes: Loyola Chicago

• Iowa broke the WBB all-time attendance record for a single game with 55,646 on hand for the Crossover at Kinnick exhibition against DePaul.
• Iowa advanced to its first National Championship appearance in program history in 2023.
• Gabbie Marshall became the first Iowa women’s basketball player to register 200+ 3-pointers made and 200+ steals in a career.
• Iowa has two AP Top 20 wins this season.
• UI is off to its fifth 11-1 start under Lisa Bluder.
• The Hawkeyes won the 2023 Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla., with three games in three days. Clark was named the Tournament MVP.
• Since 2008, Bluder’s teams own a 233-43 record inside of Carver-Hawkeye Arena. In that stretch, the Hawkeyes have posted three undefeated seasons at home.
• Over the last nine years, Iowa has dropped the second-fewest regular season home games in the Big Ten.
• Iowa’s 2023-24 roster is comprised of two fifth-year, one graduate, one senior, five juniors, three sophomores, and two freshmen. Four Hawkeyes are Iowa natives, four from Illinois, two from Michigan, and one each from Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Ohio.
• Six Big Ten regular-season games will be on a nationally broadcast platform (either NBC or FOX), the most in conference history. The Hawkeyes are featured in four of the sixcontests – Indiana (Jan. 13/FOX), at Ohio State (Jan. 21/NBC), at Maryland (Feb. 3/FOX),Ohio State (March 3/FOX).
• Iowa WBB has helped sellout or break an attendance record in 25 of 32 games this season. Tickets are available to catch the Hawkeyes against Purdue, Ohio State, Maryland, Nebraska, and Indiana. All of which are on the road. UI helped set attendance records at OSU, Nebraska, and Indiana a season ago.
• The Hawkeyes had a nation’s best six wins against AP Top 10 opponents last season.
• For the first time in the Bluder era, the Hawkeyes knocked off an AP Top 10 team in the month of November. It has only occurred one other time in school history.
• Bluder owns a 505-250 (.668) record and a 248-141 (.637) conference mark at Iowa. In her 39 seasons as a head coach, Bluder is 861-392 (.687).

The fourth-ranked Hawkeyes will host Loyola Chicago for its final non-conference tilt on Thursday. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m. (CT) inside a sold-out Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.

• Thursday’s contest will air on the BTN+ (subscription required) and on the Hawkeye Radio Network.

• Rob Brooks and Tiffany Reedy will call the action on the Hawkeye Radio Network. A link to the broadcast is available on the women’s basketball schedule page on hawkeyesports.com.
• Brooks is in his eighth year as the play-by-play announcer for the Iowa women’s basketball team. He has been Iowa football’s sideline reporter since 2004. Brooks has called seven different Iowa sports on radio or television.
• Reedy will begin her first full season providing color for radio with the Iowa women’s basketball program.
• Reedy was four-year letter winner from 2002-06 at Iowa and is a native of Dysart, Iowa.

• This is the first meeting between the two foes.
• Iowa is 12-1 all-time against the Atlantic 10 Conference.
• The Hawkeyes have played and beat five teams this season for the first time in Iowa WBB history. (Bowling Green, Cleveland State, FDU, FGCU, and Purdue Fort Wayne)

• Clark is two double-doubles shy of reaching the Big Ten’s top-10 list for most career double-doubles in a career. (47)
• Marshall (140) and Martin (137) are eyeing Monika Czinano’s games played record. (162)
• Marshall is second and Martin is tied for fifth nationally in most games played among active players.
• Clark needs 15 assists to surpass Sam Logic to be Iowa’s all-time leader in dimes.
• Iowa is 6-3 when Clark records 40 or more points.
• Clark has 48 career games with 25+ points, 5+ assists, and 5+ rebounds. (NCAA Best)
• Clark has netted a 3-point basket in 70 consecutive games which is an NCAA best.
• Clark needs eight rebounds to be top 10 all-time at Iowa.
• Over the last 25 seasons, no has recorded more 30+ point games in men’s or women’s college basketball than Clark. (42)
• Sharon Goodman set a career-high with four blocks against Iowa State.
• Sydney Affolter has recorded five or more rebounds in six games this season.
• Since Iowa’s loss to K-State, the Hawkeyes are averaging 93.2 ppg over the last seven games.
• Hannah Stuelke recorded her second career double-double against Cleve- land State with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
• The Hawkeyes are off to its ninth 11-1 start in program history.
• Bluder has led Iowa to five 11-1 starts, which is a program-high.
• Clark is 116 assists from becoming the first men’s or women’s college basketball player to register 3,000+ points, 1,000+ assists, and 750+ rebounds in a career.

• LUC owns a 6-4 overall record and is 3-1 on the road this season.
• Loyola is currently riding a four-game win streak.
• LUC picked up its sixth with of the season in emphatic fashion, hitting a buzzer beater to defeated SIUE on Monday, 77-74.
• Sitori Tanin brought down 11 rebounds and scored 11 points to record her third double-double of the season. (SIUE) » The Ramblers defeated Northwestern but fell to Cleveland State and DePaul earlier this season.
• Seven letterwinners return to the roster, including three starters. The Ramblers wel- come six newcomers, including two freshman and four transfers.
• In addition to new players, Loyola added assistant coach Simon Harris and assistant coach Jenna Rubino-McCormick to the program in the off-season. » Loyola Chicago was picked last in the Atlantic 10 Conference Preseason Polls.
• Head coach Allison Guth is in her second season at the helm of Loyola. She enters her eighth year as a head coach after spending the first six seasons at Yale.