WBB Game Notes: Maryland

• 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 3,300+ points, 900+ assists, and 800+ rebounds in a career.
• Clark is the Big Ten’s all-time leader in points and assists.
• 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.
• UI is off to its first 20-2 start under Lisa Bluder.
• Iowa is 15-5 in its last true 20 road games.
• 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 239-43 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 30 of 32 games this season. The other two games in which Iowa did not set a record was the first round and championship of the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.
• Iowa has won 13 of its last 14 against Big Ten foes.
• Clark has scored 20+ points in 107-of-122 career games which is the most in UI history.
• Iowa owns the longest active streak in the AP Top 5 at 14 consecutive weeks.
• Bluder owns a 514-251 (.671) record and a 256-142 (.640) conference mark at Iowa. In her 39 seasons as a head coach, Bluder is 870-393 (.690).

The third-ranked Hawkeyes will hit the road to face Maryland on Feb. 3. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. (CT) inside a sold-out Xfinity Center.

• Saturday’s contest will air nationally on FOX and the Hawkeye Radio Network.

• Rob Brooks and Kathryn Reynolds will call the action on the Hawkeye Radio Network.
• 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.
• The Hawkeye Radio Network had over 30,000 listeners on YouTube in Iowa’s win over Kansas State in the GC Showcase Championship, which is a station record.
• Reynolds was a member of the University of Iowa’s Women’s Basketball coaching staff for six seasons, serving as the director of basketball operations from 2017- 2019 before being promoted to the role of director of player development from 20192023. In that time, the team won two Big Ten Conference Championships, two Elite 8 appearances, and one National Championship appearance.

• This is the 18th meeting between the two foes.
• Maryland leads the all-time series, 11-6. The series is split, 5-5 in the last 10 games
• The Hawkeyes won two out of three matchups last season, including Semifinals win in the Big Ten Tournament, 89-84.
• Iowa has not won at Maryland since the 1992-93 season.

• Clark 104 points from the NCAA’s all-time scoring title (Kelsey Plum, Washington).
• Clark is sixth on the Big Ten’s all-time list for most career double-doubles in a career (54). She leads active Big Ten players.
• Marshall (149) and Martin (147) are eyeing Monika Czinano’s games played record. (162)
• Iowa is 35-4 in Big Ten Conference action since Feb. 9, 2022.
• Iowa is 7-4 when Clark records 40 or more points.
• Clark has 56 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. (50)
• Kate Martin has scored 10+ points in 14 of the last 18 games.
• Martin has recorded 15+ points in 10 games this year which is a career best.
• Lisa Bluder owns eight straight 20-win seasons. It is the longest streak in her career, C. Vivian Stringer had 10 consecutive 20+ win seasons from 1984-94.
• Iowa has posted a 15-5 record in their last 20 true road contests played overall.
• Clark has 16 games in her career with 35+ points, 5+ assists, 5+ rebounds which is the most in women’s college basketball since 2009-10.
• Clark has three career triple-doubles of the 35-point variety. All other players in women’s college basketball history have four.
• Clark, became the Big Ten’s all-time leading scorer and is now second on the NCAA’s all-time scoring list surpassing Jackie Stiles (Missouri State) and Kelsey Mitchell (Ohio State).
• Clark has registered 25+ points, 5+ assists, and 5+ rebounds in 14 out of the last 16 games.
• Clark kept her alive streak of 80 consecutive games making a 3-point basket. (NCAA best)
• Against No. 18 Ohio State, Clark recorded 45 points which one shy of her career-high outburst against Michigan on Feb. 6, 2022.
• Iowa has won 13 of its last 14 against Big Ten foes.

• Maryland holds a 12-9 record this season and is 4-6 in conference play after an 87-73, loss against Indiana on Wednesday.
• The Terps have lost three straight games.
• The Terps had five players score in double-figures led by the red-hot Jakia Brown Turner, who led Maryland with 22 points. She’s averaging 19.7 points in her last six games. Brown-Tuner has scored 20 or more points in each of her last four games, the first Terp to achieve that since Brionna Jones from March 4-19, 2017.
• Bri McDaniel (15), Faith Masonius (11), Lavender Briggs (10), and Brinae Alexander (10) comprised the other double-digit factors for the Terps. It’s the first time Mary- land had five scorers with 10 or more in a Big Ten game since Jan. 7, 2023 against Michigan State.
• Was without Shyanne Sellers, the team’s leader in points, rebounds, assists and blocks, who did not play in Wednesday’s contest.