Iowa Tops Maryland To Claim Fourth Straight Win

Make it four in a row for the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Gary Dolphin and Bobby Hansen on the Hawkeye Network. Iowa shot 60 percent for the game and survived early foul trouble to beat Maryland 81-67 in Iowa City. It was a big game for Tony Perkins. The junior made 10 of 13 shots and finished with a career high 22.

After dropping their first three Big Ten games the Hawkeyes are now 4-3.

After being saddled with first half foul trouble Kris Murray scored 17 in the second half.

That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery who says Perkins was a key in the opening half as Murray and Filip Rebraca were on the bench with foul problems.

Iowa hosts Northwestern Wednesday night.



Sports Scores For Saturday July 13th

Tournament baseball and softball games on the Saturday sports schedule. For baseball it’s the District Championship round. For softball it’s Region