IOWA HAWKEYES WOMENS VOLLEYBALL
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Iowa Hawkeyes Womens Volleyball Tickets
First Year of the Program: 1977
Home Venue: Carver-Hawkeye Arena
2019 Record: 10-21 Overall, 4-16 Conference, 3-12 Home, 3-9 Away, 4-0 Neutral
Rivals: Iowa State Cyclones
Iowa Hawkeyes Women's Volleyball TicketsThe Iowa Hawkeyes women's volleyball team was a powerhouse of a program in its earlier days. Under coaches Sandy Stewart, Mary Phyl Dwight and Ruth Nelson, the Hawkeyes pulled off winning seasons regularly. And under Stewart and Nelson, these wins included exceptional performances in Big Ten Conference play. That's not to say that the Hawkeyes weren't winners after these coaches left the program. In fact, sprinkled among the seasons of tough losses, you'll find standout years when the Hawkeyes rallied to post overall and conference winning records, such as the 2000 season, when the team went 15-13 overall and 11-9 in Big Ten play. Also, the last few years of the program have produced a couple of winning years, including the 2016 and 2017 seasons, when the Hawkeyes had overall records of 19-13 and 18-15, respectively. With Vicky Brown named head coach in 2019, the team may just be on its way to prolonged greatness. Get your Iowa Hawkeyes women's volleyball tickets at StubHub.
What is the Carver-Hawkeye Arena like?The Carver-Hawkeye Arena is one of the largest college facilities in the country. It's got 15,000 seats, 500 of which are premium seating. The arena was first opened to the public in 1983 and underwent renovation 2011 to add club rooms, upgraded locker rooms and a strength and conditioning center.
Who are the top three winningest Hawkeyes coaches?Ruth Nelson, Sandy Stewart and Mary Phyl Dwight are the three winningest coaches in the program's history. Nelson, coach from 1989-1990, had a record of 41-26 (.612); Stewart, coach from 1982-1988, had a record of 136-102 (.571); and Dwight, coach from 1980-1981, posted a record of 43-42-1 (.506).
Who is a Hall of Famer from the Hawkeyes women's volleyball team?Barb Willis graduated from Iowa in 1990. She left with the record for all-time blocks in a career and still holds the record to this day. She's also in the top 10 in all-time kills, digs and attack percentage. Additionally, Willis garnered a few honors, including All-America honorable mention in 1990, and received All-Big Ten honors second team in 1988 and first team in 1989 and 1990. She was also selected as the Iowa Volleyball Player of the Decade. After graduating, Willis joined the US Women's National Volleyball Team from 1991-1993. She also was a part of the World University Games in 1991 and the Pan American Games the same year.
Who coaches the Iowa Hawkeyes?In 2019, Vicki Brown became Iowa's 10th women's volleyball coach. She had previously spent three months as the program's interim head coach after the sudden departure of the team's previous leader, Bond Shymansky. Brown's history with the Hawkeyes dates back to 2017 when she was hired as an associate head coach. Her first year leading the Hawkeyes was plagued with injuries and resulted in the team posting an overall record of 10-21. However, Brown still managed to coach the team to some great moments, which included a shutout of No. 22 Washington State. Brown's coaching was also instrumental in the development of individual players, such as Brie Orr, who posted 3,000 career assists, and Griere Hughes, who booked 321 kills. Before joining the Hawkeyes, Brown was head coach of indoor and beach volleyball at the University of San Francisco.
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