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14 March 2, 2008 – Iowa 87, Wisconsin 78 Johanna Solverson took matters into her own hands at the Kohl Center, scoring a career-high 31 points to lead the University of Iowa to victory over Wisconsin and a share of the 2008 Big Ten Conference regular-season crown with Ohio State. Kristi Smith added 20 points as the Hawkeyes shot 56.9 percent from the field. Jan. 11, 2009 – Iowa 74, Minnesota 57 Iowa scored the first seven points and never looked back. JoAnn Hamlin made 8-of-9 field goals and finished with a game-high 21 points, Kristi Smith made five 3-point field goals and scored 20 points. e victory started the Hawkeyes on a hot streak — they won 13-of-15 and made the NCAA Tournament, hosted by the University of Iowa. March 20, 2010 – Iowa 70, Rutgers 63 Bluder notched her first win in three tries against former UI head coach C. Vivian Stringer, as Iowa defeated Rutgers in the first round of the NCAA women's basketball tournament — its first tourna- ment win since 2002 when it defeated Virginia. Kachine Alexander scored 18 points with eight rebounds. Dec. 20, 2010 – Iowa 75, Drake 71 e Hawkeyes overcame a six-point halime deficit, outscored Drake 42-32 over the final 20 minutes, and went on to give Bluder her 200th vic- tory at the University of Iowa. Kachine Alexander scored 26 points for the Hawkeyes. Jan. 20, 2013 – Iowa 62, Purdue 46 e University of Iowa improved to 5-0 against ranked teams in the 2012-13 season with a win against No. 11 Purdue inside Carver-Hawkeye Arena. e win was No. 600 for Bluder. Jaime Printy and Melissa Dixon scored 15 points apiece; Printy, Dixon, and eairra Taylor all made three 3-point field goals. The 2007-08 University of Iowa women's basketball team finished 21-11 overall, 13-5 in the Big Ten Conference. The Hawkeyes shared the regular-season league championship with Ohio State.

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