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The Iowa Hawkeyes are a member of the Big Ten Conference with 24 varsity teams. Iowa’s most success has come in wrestling with 23 team national championships and 34 team Big Ten championships. The men’s basketball team has produced 24 NCAA tournament teams, eight Sweet Sixteen appearances and four Elite Eight appearances and three Final Fours. The Hawkeyes have won eight Big Ten regular-season conference championships and two Big Ten tournaments. The 1979-80 Iowa Hawkeyes accumulated a 23-10 record under head coach Lute Olson, finishing fourth in the Big Ten. The Hawkeyes made the Final Four as a five seed in the tournament, defeating VCU, North Carolina State, Syracuse and Georgetown. Iowa’s game against Georgetown is still one of the most exciting basketball games in NCAA tournament history. Down 10 points at halftime, Iowa hit 17 of their last 21 shots and went 15-15 from the free throw line in the second half. Steve Waite hit a game-winning three-pointer in the final seconds of the game over Georgetown. In the Final Four, Iowa lost both the semi-final game and the third-place game after losing star player Ronnie Lester to a knee injury 10 minutes into the semi-final game. Fran McCaffery is the current head coach at Iowa. In five seasons, McCaffery has accumulated a 96-75 record with the Hawkeyes. After struggling in his first two seasons, McCaffery has posted three straight seasons with 20 or more wins and has appeared in the NCAA tournament the last two seasons. The 2014 NCAA tournament appearance for Iowa was the Hawkeye’s first since 2006. Iowa’s football teams is one of the Big Ten’s most competitive teams year in and year out. With an all-time record of 613-541-39 and 14-13-1 in bowl games, the Hawkeyes have had success in football. The Hawkeyes have a claimed national championship in 1958 and have won 13 conference titles, 11 division titles and have produced a Heisman trophy winner as well as 24 consensus All-Americans. The 1958 Iowa Hawkeyes finished the season with a 7-1-1 record, beating California in the 1959 Rose Bowl, 38-12. Iowa has a history of producing NFL talent, having at least one player drafted in every NFL Draft since 1978. Overall, Iowa has had 272 draft picks, including 19 in the first round. Current Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz is about to start his 17th season at Iowa and is coming off consecutive winning seasons. Ferentz has posted two 11-2 seasons while at Iowa and has participated in postseason play in 12 of the last 14 seasons.
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5-28-15: Losing top-tier talent is always a Herculean task to overcome. Don't look further than the Iowa Hawkeyes, who saw both Big Ten first-team player Aaron White and bench role player Gabriel Olaseni this offseason. The team returns to NCAA action with an obvious void to fill, though four core players from last year's Hawkeyes roster will aim to place the team back in the NCAA Tournament by the end of the season. Jarrod Uthoff, Peter Jok, Adam Woodbury and Mike Gesell all return to Carver-Hawkeye Arena this season.
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