University of Iowa Athletics

#4 Kylie Feuerbach

Height 6-0
Class RS Sr.
Hometown Sycamore, Ill.
High School Sycamore
Previous School Iowa State
Kylie Feuerbach - Women's Basketball - University of Iowa Athletics



  • Netted a career-high four treys against Minnesota (2/28).
  • Registered a season-high with 13 points against Minnesota (2/28).
  • Recorded a career-best four steals against Ohio State (3/3), the second-most by an Iowa Hawkeye in a single game this season.


  • Missed entire season due to an injury.
  • Letter winner.


  • Played all 32 games and started two in her first season as a Hawkeye
  • Dished out season-high assists (6) in home opener against New Hampshire (Nov. 9)
  • Scored season-high points (10) against Illinois (Jan. 23)
  • Pulled down season-high rebounds (5) against Evansville (Jan. 3)
  • Made first career start as a Hawkeye at Wisconsin (Feb. 3)
  • Pulled down four rebounds and scored seven points against No. 6/5 Michigan (Feb. 27), while shooting 3-for-3 from the field, including a 3-pointer.


  • Played freshman season for the Iowa State Cyclones under head coach Bill Fennelly.
  • Started 24 of the Cyclones’ 28 games during the 2020-21 season, including the Cyclones’ NCAA First and Second Round tournament games against Michigan State and Texas A&M.
  • Averaged 5.5 points and 3.1 rebounds per game, while shooting 36 percent from the field on the season.
  • Tallied a career-best three blocks in her career debut against Nebraska-Omaha
  • Registered career-high points (17) against Kansas State (Dec. 18)
  • Scored 10 or more points in six contests
  • Pulled in a season-best seven rebounds against Texas A&M (Mar. 24) 
  • Earned Big 12 Freshman of the Week, twice (Feb. 1, Mar. 9)


  • As a four-year starter for Sycamore High School, she averaged 19.9 points, 7.3 rebounds, 4.5 steals and 1.6 blocks
  • Four-year lettwerwinner at Sycamore High School, closing her high school career with over 2,000 points
  • Named to the First-Team All-State by the Associated Press and was a three-time Daily Chronicle Girls Basketball Player of the Year
  • Member of the All-Iowa Attack AAU squad, alongside teammate Caitlin Clark, that claimed a national title in 2018 at the prestigious Nike EYBL tournament, where she netted the game-winning 3-pointer in the championship game in front of NBA great Kevin Durant
  • Finished as the national runner up in the 2019 Nike EYBL tournament
  • Ranked No. 71 overall in her recruiting class by ESPN


  • Daughter of Steve and Lisa Feuerbach
  • Has two brothers, Nick and Isaiah and two sisters, Alyssa and Faith
  • Born on May 21, 2001
  • Marketing Major