WBB Game Notes: Wisconsin

• 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.
• National Player of the Year candidate, Caitlin Clark, is the first Division-I player to record 3,000+ points, 900+ assists, and 800+ rebounds in a career.
• Gabbie Marshall became the first Iowa women’s basketball player to register 200+ 3-pointers made and 200+ steals in a career.
• Iowa has three AP Top 20 wins this season. (3-0)
• UI is off to its first 17-1 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 237-43 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.
• Seven 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 five of the seven contests.
• Iowa WBB has helped sellout or break an attendance record in 28 of 32 games this season. Tickets are available to catch the Hawkeyes against Ohio State and Nebraska. All of which are on the road. UI helped set attendance records at OSU, Nebraska, and Indiana a season ago.
• Iowa has won its last 10 against Big Ten foes.
• 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 511-250 (.670) record and a 253-141 (.639) conference mark at Iowa. In her 39 seasons as a head coach, Bluder is 867-392 (.689).

The third-ranked Hawkeyes will host Wisconsin on Jan. 16. Tip-off is set for 8 p.m. (CT) inside a sold-out Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

• Tuesday’s contest will air broadcast on Peacock (subscription required) and 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 79th meeting between the two foes.
• Iowa leads the all-time series, 58-20.
• UI has won the last 28 meetings.
• The Hawkeyes haven’t lost to the Badgers since 2007.
• Lisa Bluder is 35-4 all-time against Wisconsin.
• UI’s win average margin against the Badgers over the last 11 meetings is +20.8 ppg.

• Clark is now tied for seventh on the Big Ten’s all-time list for most career double-doubles in a career (52). She leads active Big Ten players.
• Marshall (145) and Martin (143) are eyeing Monika Czinano’s games played record. (162)
• Iowa is 7-3 when Clark records 40 or more points.
• Clark has 53 career games with 25+ points, 5+ assists, and 5+ rebounds. (NCAA Best)
• Over the last 25 seasons, no has recorded more 30+ point games in men’s or women’s college basketball than Clark. (46)
• Gabbie Marshall has netted four or more 3-point baskets in three consecu- tive games for the first time this season.
• Marshall is 12-of-22 over the last three games from deep.
• Kate Martin has scored 10+ points in 11 of the last 13 games.
• The Hawkeyes are 6-0 for the first time in B1G play since the 1995-96 season.
• First 17-1 start in the Lisa Bluder era.
• Iowa is 7-1 at home this season.
• While not known as defensive demons, the Hawkeyes have made some strides on that end in the early going. They were allowing 66.3 ppg on the season, the sixth highest mark in the B1G entering Tuesday’s matchup with Wisconsin. However, that is nearly 6.5 ppg less than what Iowa surrendered a season ago (71.8 ppg).
• Clark has three career triple-doubles of the 35-point variety. All other play- ers in women’s college basketball history have four.
• Caitlin Clark is the NCAA’s fifth all-time leading scorer. She is 10 points shy of Baylor’s Brittney Griner.
• Clark has registered 25+ points, 5+ assists, and 5+ rebounds in 11 out of the last 12 games.
• Iowa is currently riding a Big Ten-best 14-game winning streak.
• Iowa has won its last 10 against Big Ten foes.

• The Badgers own a 8-8, (1-5) overall record this season.
• Against Michigan, Serah Williams led the team in scoring for the 10th time this season, notching her sixth double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
• Wisconsin’s lone win in Big Ten play came at Illinois.
• With an average of 3.3 blocks per game, Williams ranks fourth in the country and has proven to be a consistent formidable force on the defensive end.
• The Badgers return two starters from last season in Brooke Schramek and Serah Williams. This year’s roster features 10 underclassmen, including five true freshmen.
• With 10 underclassmen, Wisconsin ties Minnesota for the most on a team in the Big Ten Conference.
• The Badgers opened their 50th season of women’s basketball in 2023-24, and their third season under head coach Marisa Moseley.
• Williams was a part of the Big Ten All-Freshman Team in 2022-23.