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The Minnesota Women’s Basketball Team played against Iowa on Sunday afternoon, winning three games in a row.
Hawkeye quickly reminded them that there was still a lot to do.
Monika Czinano scored the game’s best 23 points with an 11-of-14 shot, and Caitlin Clark added 22 points and 11 assists as Iowa escaped from Gophers in the second half and scored 94-68 at the Williams Arena. Did.
Hawk Eyes (10-4 overall, Big Ten 6-4) scored a satisfying score anyway. They created nine three-pointers that were effective in the transition and were easily laid up by post players using a series of lobs and pick and rolls. Centers Czinano and Sharon Goodman in Watertown, Minnesota totaled 14-18 from the field.
Guards Sarah Scalia and Jasmine Powell lead the Gophers (5-8, 4-7) with 16 and 12 points, respectively, while Clark Sconias recorded the game’s best 11 rebounds, 7 of which. The times were aggressive glasses. 8 from the field.
Iowa led 85-51 with less than six minutes left, but Iowa used the second half of 12-3 to narrow the final margin.
Minnesota played two games in a row without the Senior Wing Gadiba Hubbard (ankle). They defeated Nebraska, Pennsylvania State University, and Purdue one after another for the match on Sunday.
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