University of Iowa Athletics

#34 Adam Woodbury

Height 7-1
Weight 245 lbs.
Class Fr.
Hometown Sioux City, Iowa
High School East
Adam Woodbury - Men's Basketball - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Items — Started 137-of-138 career games… played in 138 consecutive games, which ranks second most in school history… totaled more than 850 points, 750 rebounds, 100 assists, 50 blocked shots, and 50 steals in four-year career… netted double figures 32 career times… nine career double-doubles… controlled double-digit rebounds in 16 career games… joined Kevin Boyle as the only Hawkeye with 16+ points, 8+ rebounds and 1+ assist in their first career NCAA Tournament game… started 38 games as a freshman, sharing the school record with teammate Aaron White for the most starts in a single-season… averaged 6.3 points in Iowa’s six-game 2013 European summer tour… his 273 rebounds in 2015-16 tie for the eighth-most ever for a Hawkeye senior… his 181 rebounds tie the sixth-most ever for a Hawkeye rookie, while his 29 blocks are the seventh-most for a Hawkeye freshman… three-time Academic All-Big Ten.

2015-16 Honors — Honorable mention All-Big Ten honoree… co-recipient of the Chris Street Award and earned the team’s Best Rebounder Award… Academic All-Big Ten. 2015-16 — Started all 33 games… ranked first on the team in rebounding (8.3) and fifth in scoring (7.6)… became fourth Hawkeye the past 23 seasons to average at least 7.6 points and 8.3 rebounds in a single-season (Ryan Bowen, Greg Brunner, and Reggie Evans)… first Hawkeye since Reggie Evans in 2001-02 to average at least 10 rebounds in league play… ranked 57th nationally in offensive rebounds per game (3.1) and 95th in total rebounding (8.3)… tied for first in rebounding in overall games among Big Ten players (8.3)… scored in double digits 14 times… finished the regular season with 273 rebounds, which ranked second-best in the Big Ten… led Iowa in rebounding in 14 of last 17 games, including grabbing a career-high 18 boards against Wisconsin… his 18 rebounds against Wisconsin were the most by a player during a Big Ten league game in 2016 and the most by any Hawkeye during the Fran McCaffery era… grabbed 84 rebounds (12 rpg) in seven game stretch (Jan. 21-Feb. 11) to become second Hawkeye the past 20 years to grab 84+ rebounds in a seven game span (Reggie Evans in 2001 and 2002) … cleared double-digit rebounds in 13 games, including 11 of the last 16… seven double-doubles tied for eighth most in the Big Ten… registered 10 points and a team-high seven rebounds in victory at Marquette… reached double figures in consecutive games against ranked opponents at the Advocare Invitational (14 vs. #17 Notre Dame; 15 vs. #20 Wichita State)… posted first double-double of the season vs. #17 Notre Dame, scoring 14 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the field, and corralling 10 rebounds… netted 15 points in win over #20 Wichita State… pulled down a team-best 10 rebounds and scored 11 points in overtime win over Florida State… tallied 10 points in win over Western Illinois… posted 12 points and five rebounds at #2 Iowa State… had seven points, six rebounds, two assists and a steal in win over Tennessee Tech… gathered five boards and scored eight points on in victory over #1 Michigan State… notched six points and collected seven rebounds in road victory over #14 Purdue… grabbed six boards and tallied eight points in win over Nebraska… collected eight rebounds and rejected one shot in road win over #4 Michigan State… tallied 12 points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds in win over Michigan… scored 12 points and snagged 11 rebounds in road win over Rutgers… recorded second straight double-double (13 points, 10 rebounds) in home win over #22 Purdue… became the first Hawkeye since Greg Brunner in 2006 to record his third straight double-double at #7 Maryland (11 points & 10 rebounds)… led team with a game-high nine rebounds vs. Northwestern… led team with 15 boards — his 13 defensive boards were the most by a Hawkeye since Kurt Looby (Nov. 13, 2006) — and blocked two shots in home win over Penn State… scored 10 points and grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds… scored 13 points and cleared 15 rebounds at #22 Indiana; matched career high in minutes played (35)… grabbed game-high 10 rebounds and scored six points in loss at Penn State… collected a career-high 18 rebounds (10 offensive), scored six points against Wisconsin… recorded a game-high nine rebounds and scored four points in loss at Ohio State… grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds and scored four points in home loss to #11 Indiana… tallied nine points and collected a game-high 11 boards at Michigan… hauled in 10 rebounds in loss to Illinois at the Big Ten Tournament… scored 10 points, including game winner as time expired, and grabbed five boards in NCAA Tournament game overtime win over Temple… letterwinner.

2014-15 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten… College Sports Madness’ Big Ten Player of the Week on Feb. 9 after leading Iowa to wins over Michigan and #16 Maryland. 2014-15 — Played in all 34 games, starting 33… ranked third in team rebounding (5.2) and sixth in scoring (6.6)… posted single-season bests in scoring, rebounding, steals, and assists… multiple assist games 10 times… tallied double figures in scoring in victories over Michigan and #16 Maryland, including matching a career high with 16 points in win over the Terrapins… registered two double-doubles (North Dakota State and Ohio State)… reached double figures nine times… averaged 11 points and 6.5 rebounds in Iowa’s two games at the 2K Classic in New York… posted first career double-double in win over North Dakota State (10 points, 11 rebounds); the 11 rebounds equaled a career high… scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds in opening win over Hampton… tallied 10 points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds vs. #10 Texas at Madison Square Garden… netted a season-high 12 points vs. #23 Syracuse at Madison Square Garden… scored 12 points and snagged a team-high six rebounds in win over Northern Illinois… registered 11 points and snagged seven boards in victory at #12 North Carolina… grabbed eight rebounds in win over North Florida… on his 21st birthday, tallied nine points and grabbed a game-high eight rebounds in win at Minnesota… posted his second double-double in home win over #25 Ohio State — scoring a season-high 13 points and grabbing a team-best 10 rebounds… tallied seven points in road game at Purdue… registered eight points and three rebounds in home game versus #5 Wisconsin… dished out a career-high six assists to led the team, while also scoring 11 points and grabbing seven rebounds, in road win at Michigan… one of only three Big Ten 7-footers to amass 10+ points and 6+ assists in a game since 1996-97… equaled a career high with 16 points (6-7 FG, 4-4 FT), to go along with five rebounds and two assists in win over #16 Maryland… totaled seven points on 3-of-4 shooting from the field in win over Rutgers… grabbed nine rebounds in win over Illinois… tallied 13 points and grabbed five rebounds in 24 minutes of action off the bench in home win over Northwestern… had eight points and eight rebounds in NCAA Tournament win over Davidson… letterwinner.

2013-14 Honors — Academic All-Big Ten… awarded the team’s Defensive Player Award. 2013-14 — Started all 33 games… established career bests in every statistical category his sophomore season… reached double figures four times… improved his free throw percentage by 20 percent his sophomore season compared to his freshman campaign… scored a career-high 16 points on 8-of-11 (.727) shooting from the field and grabbed eight rebounds in NCAA Tournament game vs. Tennessee… netted seven points (3-3 FG, 1-1 FT) against Villanova… collected six points and six rebounds in win over Drake… scored eight points and snagged three rebounds in win over FDU… snagged a career-high 11 rebounds and collected two steals at #16 Iowa State… tallied 10 points and dished out a career-best four assists and had two steals in win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff… had eight points and four rebounds in win over Nebraska… netted 10 points and grabbed three rebounds in home win over Northwestern… scored eight points (3-of-3 FG, 2-of-2 FT) and snagged four rebounds at #21 Michigan… collected six rebounds and six points in road win at Northwestern… tallied seven of his nine points at the foul line, attempting a personal-best 12 free throws, vs. #6 Michigan State… blocked two shots, scored six points and snagged four rebounds in home win over #10 Michigan… equaled a career high by sinking seven free throws, while also grabbing four boards, in road win at Penn State… had six points, three rebounds, two blocked shots and a steal at Minnesota… snagged five rebounds at Indiana… collected a career-high three steals to go along with three rebounds and four points at #22 Michigan State… tallied a season-high 11 points (5-7 FG, 1-2 FT) in home game vs. Illinois… letterwinner.

2012-13 Honors — Shared the team’s Defensive Player and Freshman of the Year awards. 2012-13 — Started all 38 games at center as a freshman… ranked third on team in rebounding (4.8) and third in blocks (29)… averaged five points and five rebounds in five NIT games… led team in blocks 10 times and rebounding six times… his 29 blocks ranks seventh-most ever for a Hawkeye freshman… scored in double figures five times… grabbed seven or more boards eight times… blocked three shots to go along with 10 points in opening win vs. UTPA … recorded 12 points and eight rebounds against Gardner-Webb, making 5-of-6 field goals… tallied team-high three blocks to go along with seven points against Virginia Tech… scored a personal-high 13 points and went 5-of-6 from the field against A&M-CC… had 10 points and six rebounds in win over South Dakota… dished out a personal-best three assists to go along with nine points and five boards in win over Iowa State… pulled down a personal-best nine rebounds to go along with six points and a steal in victory over South Carolina State… led the team with seven boards at #2 Michigan… cleared a game-high nine rebounds in win at Northwestern… tallied eight points in win over Illinois… scored a season high in Big Ten play with 12 points in home victory over Nebraska… tallied seven points, four rebounds and matched career best with two steals in B1G tourney win over Northwestern… registered 10 points and eight rebounds while playing a personal-high 26 minutes in NIT win at Virginia, finishing 5-of-7 from the field… netted nine points, three rebounds and two blocks in NIT Semifinals win over Maryland, playing a season-high 29 minutes… letterwinner.

High School — Selected to play in the 2012 All-American Championship at the Final Four in New Orleans, posting a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds… three-time first team All-State, All-Missouri River Conference, All-Northwest Iowa and All-City honoree… named the Most Valuable Player at the 2011 NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp… ranked No. 39 ranked player in the Class of 2012 by, No. 50 by and No. 47 by… captain of the 2012 Sioux City Journal’s All-Northwest Iowa boys basketball team… Des Moines Register first team All-State honoree in 2012… named to the 2012 Class 4A All-Tournament team, averaging 15 points and 11 boards for the state runners-up… became only the 21st Iowa high school player to surpass 1,000 career rebounds finishing his prep career with 1,009 rebounds, which is a school record… led Iowa Class 4A rebounders his last three years (2010-12)… averaged 17 points and 11.6 rebounds per game as a senior and finished as Sioux City East’s all-time leading scorer and Sioux City’s second all-time leading scorer totaling 1,354 points… led the Black Raiders to three straight conference championships and four consecutive state tournament appearances… averaged a double-double (18.5 points and 12 rebounds) his junior campaign… averaged 17.4 points and grabbed a school single-season record 315 rebounds (12.1 avg.) his sophomore year… participated in the Nike LeBron James Skills Academy and Amare Stoudemire Skills Academy in 2011…. played AAU for Martin Brothers and All-Iowa Attack from seventh through 11th grade… classmate Mike Gesell was an AAU teammate of Woodbury.

Personal — Born 1/13/94… sports studies major… parents are Lance and Brenda Woodbury… brother is Aaron… high school coach was Ras Vanderloo… AAU coach was Hank Huddleson… Iowa’s first seven-footer since Seth Gorney (2005-08) and is the tallest Hawkeye since Antonio Ramos (1999), who stood 7-foot-2.

Career Bests

Points: 16, 2x last vs. Maryland 2/8/15
Rebounds: 18 vs. Wisconsin, 2/24/16
FGM: 8 vs. Tennessee, 3/19/14
FGA: 11 vs. Tennessee, 3/19/14
FTM: 7, 3x, last vs. Wichita State, 11/29/15
FTA: 12 vs. Michigan State, 1/28/14
Assists: 6 at Michigan, 2/5/15
Steals: 3, 2x, last at Nebraska, 2/22/15
Blocks: 3, 3x, last vs. Penn State, 1/31/13
Minutes: 35, 2x, last at Indiana, 2/11/16