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Hawkeyes-Vols preview, stats, roster, tournament history

2014-03-16T20:12:00Z 2014-03-19T13:18:22Z Hawkeyes-Vols preview, stats, roster, tournament history The Quad-City Times
March 16, 2014 8:12 pm

A look at the Hawkeyes' NCAA tournament first-round matchup against Tennessee.

Iowa

Location: Iowa City

Record: 20-12.

Nickname: Hawkeyes. Coach: Fran McCaffery.

Conference: Big Ten. Bid: At large.

Region: Midwest. Seed: No. 11.

Tournament Record: 27-24, 22 years. Last appearance: 2006.

Scoring: Team (82.0); Roy Devyn Marble 17.3; Aaron White 13.0; Mike Gesell 8.1.

Rebounds: Team (40.7); Aaron White 6.7; Melsahn Basabe 5.7; Gabriel Oleseni 5.1; Jarrod Uthoff 4.7.

Assists/Turnovers: Team (16.2/11.4); Mike Gesell 3.9/1.3; Roy Devyn Marble 3.5/1.8.

3-pointers: Team (.353); Roy Devyn Marble 52; Josh Oglesby 30; Mike Gesell 29.

Last Ten: 3-7.

Iowa tournament history

1955 — beat Penn State 82-53; beat Marquette 86-81; lost to La Salle 76-73; lost to Colorado 75-54. Final Four.

1956 — beat Morehead State 97-83; beat Kentucky 89-77; beat Temple 83-76; lost to San Francisco 83-71. National runnerup.

1970 — beat Notre Dame 121-106; lost to Jacksonville 104-103.

1979 — lost to Toledo 74-72.

1980 — beat Virginia Commonwealth 86-72; beat North Carolina State 77-64; beat Syracuse 88-77; beat Georgetown 81-80; lost to Louisville 80-72; lost to Purdue 75-58. Final Four.

1981 — lost to Wichita State 60-56.

1982 — beat Northeast Louisiana 70-63; lost to Idaho 69-67, OT.

1983 — beat Utah State 64-59; beat Missouri 77-63; lost to Villanova 55-54.

1985 — lost to Arkansas 63-54.

1986 — lost to North Carolina State 66-64.

1987 — beat Santa Clara 99-76; beat Texas-El Paso 84-82; beat Oklahoma 93-91, OT; lost to UNLV 84-81.

1988 — beat Florida State 102-98; beat UNLV 104-86; lost to Arizona 99-79.

1989 — beat Rutgers 87-73; lost to North Carolina State 102-96, 2OT.

1991 — beat East Tennessee State 76-73; lost to Duke 85-70.

1992 — beat Texas 98-92; lost to Duke 75-62.

1993 — beat Northeast Louisiana 82-69; lost to Wake Forest 84-78.

1996 — beat George Washington 81-79; lost to Arizona 87-73.

1997 — beat Virginia 73-60; lost to Kentucky 75-69.

1999 — beat Alabama-Birmingham 77-64; beat Arkansas 82-72; lost to Connecticut 78-68.

2001 — beat Creighton 69-56; lost to Kentucky 92-79.

2005 — lost to Cincinnati 76-64.

2006 — lost to Northwestern State 64-63.

Tennessee

Location: Knoxville

Record: 21-12.

Nickname: Volunteers. Coach: Cuonzo Martin.

Conference: Southeastern. Bid: At large.

Region: Midwest. Seed: No. 11.

Tournament Record: 16-20, 19 years. Last appearance: 2011.

Scoring: Team (71.3); Jordan McRae 18.6; Jarnell Stokes 14.7; Jeronne Maymon 10.1; Josh Richardson 9.2.

Rebounds: Team (38.8); Jarnell Stokes 10.3; Jeronne Maymon 8.2.

Assists/Turnovers: Team (12.6/10.7); Jordan McRae 2.5/2.1; Darius Thompson 2.5/1.0.

3-pointers: Team (.336); Jordan McRae 59; Antonio Barton 27; Josh Richardson 22.

Last Ten: 6-4.

Tennessee tournament history

1967 — lost to Dayton 53-52; lost to Indiana 51-44.

1976 — lost to VMI 81-75.

1977 — lost to Syracuse 93-88, OT.

1979 — beat Eastern Kentucky 97-81; lost to Notre Dame 73-67.

1980 — beat Furman 80-69; lost to Maryland 86-75.

1981 — beat Virginia Commonwealth 58-56, OT; lost to Virginia 62-48.

1982 — beat Southwestern Louisiana 61-57; lost to Virginia 54-51.

1983 — beat Marquette 57-56; lost to Louisville 70-57.

1989 — lost to West Virginia 84-68.

1998 — lost to Illinois State 82-81, OT.

1999 — beat Delaware 62-52; lost to Southwest Missouri State 81-51.

2000 — beat Louisiana-Lafayette 63-58; beat Connecticut 65-61; lost to North Carolina 74-69.

2001 — lost to Charlotte 70-63.

2006 — beat Winthrop 63-61; lost to Wichita State 80-73.

2007 — beat Long Beach State 121-86; beat Virginia 77-74; lost to Ohio State 85-84.

2008 — beat American 72-57; beat Butler 76-71, OT; lost to Louisville 79-60.

2009 — lost to Oklahoma State 77-75.

2010 — beat San Diego State 62-59; beat Ohio 83-68; beat Ohio State 76-73; lost to Michigan State 70-69.

2011 — lost to Michigan 75-45.

Iowa Hawkeyes roster

Coach: Fran McCaffery

  Pos Ht Wt Yr Hometown
0 Gabriel Olaseni C 6-10 225 Jr London
1 Melsahn Basabe F 6-7 220 Sr Glen Cove, N.Y.  
2 Josh Oglesby G 6-5 208 Jr Cedar Rapids, Iowa  
3 Peter Jok G 6-6 200 Fr West Des Moines, Iowa    
4 Roy Devyn Marble G 6-6 200 Sr Southfield, Mich.
5 Anthony Clemmons G 6-1 190 So Lansing, Mich.
10 Mike Gesell G 6-1 190 So South Sioux City, Neb.    
13 Kyle Denning G 6-1 160 Jr Cedar Falls, Iowa  
15 Zach McCabe F 6-7 235 Sr Sioux City, Iowa  
20 Jarrod Uthoff F 6-9 208 So Cedar Rapids, Iowa  
30 Aaron White F 6-9 220 Jr Strongsville, Ohio
34 Adam Woodbury C 7-1 245 So Sioux City, Iowa  

Tennessee Volunteers roster

Coach: Cuonzo Martin

  Pos Ht Wt Yr Hometown
1 Josh Richardson G 6-6 196 JR Edmond, Okla.
2 Antonio Barton G 6-2 180 SR Baltimore
4 Armani Moore G 6-5 215 SO Kennesaw, Ga.
5 Jarnell Stokes F 6-8 260 JR Memphis, Tenn.
10 Rawane Ndiaye C 6-10 275 JR Raleigh, N.C.
15 Darius Thompson G 6-5 181 FR Murfreesboro, Tenn.
21 A.J. Davis G/F 6-9 212 FR Buford, Ga.
23 Derek Reese G 6-8 220 SO Orlando, Fla.
24 Brandon Lopez G 6-1 180 JR Knoxville, Tenn.
25 Galen Campbell G 6-2 190 SO Knoxville, Tenn.
31 Quinton Chievous G 6-6 214 SO Chicago
32 D'Montre Edwards G 6-6 205 SR Charleston, S.C.
34 Jeronne Maymon F 6-8 260 SR Madison, Wis.
52 Jordan McRae G 6-6 185 SR Midway, Ga.

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2014-15 Hawkeyes (22-12, 12-6)

11/02/14 Northwood (Exh.) W 92-51
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11/20/14 Texas # L 71-57
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12/20/14 N. Iowa* L 56-44
12/22/14 N. Florida W 80-70
12/30/14 at Ohio State W 71-65
01/05/15 Nebraska W 70-59
01/08/15 Michigan St. L 75-61
01/13/15 at Minnesota W 77-75
01/17/15 Ohio State W 76-67
01/20/15 at Wisconsin L 82-50
01/24/15 at Purdue L 67-63
01/31/15 Wisconsin L 74-63
02/05/15 at Michigan W 72-54
02/08/15 Maryland W 71-55
02/12/15 Minnesota L 64-59
02/15/15 at Northwestern L 66-61
02/19/15 Rutgers W 81-47
02/22/15 at Nebraska W 74-46
02/25/15 Illinois W 68-60
02/28/15 at Penn State W 81-77
03/03/15 at Indiana W 77-63
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03/12/15 Penn State (BTT) L 67-58
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2015 Big Ten tourney

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

G1: No. 13 Penn State 68, No. 12 Nebraska 65

G2: No. 11 Minnesota 80, No. 14 Rutgers 68

Thursday, March 12, 2015

G3: No. 9 Michigan 73, No. 8 Illinois 55

G4: Penn State 67, No. 5 Iowa 58

G5: No. 7 Indiana 71, No. 10 Northwestern 56

G6: No. 6 Ohio State 79, Minnesota 73

Friday, March 13, 2015

G7: No. 1 Wisconsin 71, Michigan 60

G8: No. 4 Purdue 64, Penn State 59

G9: No. 2 Maryland 75, Indiana 69

G10: No. 3 Michigan State 76, Ohio State 67

Saturday, March 14, 2015

G11: Wisconsin 71, Purdue 51

G12: Michigan State 62, Maryland 58

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Final: Wisconsin 80, Michigan State 69 (OT)

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Big Ten regular season champions
1923, 1926, 1945, 1955, 1956, 1968, 1970, 1979
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2001, 2006

NCAA Tournament Final Four
1955, 1956, 1980
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1955, 1956, 1980, 1987
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1955, 1956, 1980, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1999
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Basketball records since 2000

2014-15: 22-12, 12-6 Big Ten
2013-14: 20-13, 9-9 Big Ten
2012-13: 25-13, 9-9 Big Ten
2011-12: 18-17, 8-10 Big Ten
2010-11: 11-20, 4-14 Big Ten
2009-10: 10-22, 4-14 Big Ten
2008-09: 15-16, 5-13 Big Ten
2007-08: 13-19, 6-12 Big Ten
2006-07: 17-14, 9-7 Big Ten
2005-06: 25-9, 11-5 Big Ten
2004-05: 21-12, 7-9 Big Ten
2003-04: 16-13, 9-7 Big Ten
2002-03: 17-14, 7-9 Big Ten
2001-02: 19-16, 5-11 Big Ten
2000-01: 23-12, 7-9 Big Ten

Hawkeyes in NIT

1994-95

First round: Iowa 96, DePaul 87 (Moline, Ill.)

Second round: Iowa 66, Ohio 62 (Iowa City)

Quarterfinals: Penn State 67, Iowa 64 (Iowa City)

1997-98

First round: Georgia 100, Iowa 93 (Iowa City)

2001-02

First round: LSU 63, Iowa 61 (Iowa City)

2002-03

Opening round: Iowa 62, Valparaiso 60 (Iowa City)

First round: Iowa 54, Iowa State 53 (Ames)

Second round: Georgia Tech 79, Iowa 78 (Iowa City)

2003-04

First round: St. Louis 70, Iowa 69 (St. Charles, Mo.)

2011-12

First round: Iowa 84, Dayton 75 (Iowa City)

Second round: Oregon 108, Iowa 97 (Eugene)

2012-13

First round: Iowa 68, Indiana State 52 (Iowa City)

Second round: Iowa 75, Stony Brook 63 (Iowa City)

Quarterfinals: Iowa 75, Virginia 64 (Charlottesville)

Semifinals: Iowa 71, Maryland 60 (New York)

Championship: Baylor 74, Iowa 54 (New York)