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13 March 17, 2001 – Iowa 89, Oregon 82 (OT) Four Iowa players scored in double figures and the Hawkeyes outscored Oregon 15-8 in over- time for the first NCAA Tournament win for a Bluder-coached Iowa team. Lindsey Meder scored 25 points and made four 3-point field goals. Also scoring in double figures for the Hawkeyes were Randi Peterson (19), Cara Consuegra (13) and Mary Berdo (10). Jan. 21, 2001 – Iowa 79, Penn State 64 More than 11,000 fans packed Carver-Hawkeye Arena (11,036) to see Iowa knock off No. 16 Penn State, 79-64. Lindsey Meder and Cara Consuegra both scored 18 points and Randi Peterson scored 16 points with 16 rebounds, five assists and four steals. Feb. 8, 2001 – Iowa 96, Purdue 87 Lindsey Meder scored 29 points and Mary Berdo added 23 as the Hawkeyes handed No. 5 Purdue its first Big Ten loss in 12 games. Both Meder and Berdo made five 3-point field goals. Randi Peter- son had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Dec. 4, 2002 – Iowa 64, Iowa State 39 Career win No. 400 for Bluder came against rival Iowa State in Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Iowa held the Cyclones to 14 points in the second half. Jen- nie Lillis scored 24 points with 10 rebounds and Lindsay Richards added 11 points and five assists. Twelve Iowa players saw action in the game. Dec. 3, 2005 – Iowa 79, Vermont 57 Crystal Smith scored 26 points to lead Iowa to a 79-57 victory over Vermont in the KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Challenge, leading to a sentimental title game against No. 6 Rutgers. e win was No. 100 for head coach Lisa Bluder at the University of Iowa. It set up a meeting against the Scarlet Knights and head coach C. Vivian Stringer, who for the first time since leaving Iowa in 1995 will coach against the Hawkeyes. Feb. 10, 2008 Iowa 73, Penn State 65 Iowa remained in first place in the Big Ten Con- ference with its eighth consecutive victory at the Bryce Jordan Center. Kristi Smith scored 20 points and made 7-of-7 free throws for the Hawkeyes. It was career victory No. 500 for Bluder.

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