DES MOINES – Taylor McAuley’s hot start with a career game led the Drake women’s basketball team to an 85-73 victory over Iowa State on Sunday at the Knapp Center.
In the first of two straight state-rivalry games for the Bulldogs, Drake (3-0) blew a 20-point lead in the first half, then held off the Cyclones for a bit in the fourth. quarter.
McCauley topped his previous career best of 14 points with 16 in the first half and finished with 27, one of three Drake players to score at least 20. The junior left-hander shot 9-14 from the field, making a career-best six 3-pointers.
Grace Berg added 22 points while Katie Denebier had 20 points, seven assists and a career-high six steals.
Audie Crooks led the Cyclones with 23 points in 19 minutes off the bench. Hannah Belanger totaled 11 points for Iowa State (1-1).
Cyclone men surround the state of idaho
AMES – Trey King and Keyshawn Gilbert each scored 16 points and the Iowa State men’s basketball team defeated Idaho State 86-55 on Sunday.
The Cyclones (3-0) led 44-25 at halftime and carried the momentum into the second half.
Curtis Jones scored 14 points off the bench and Milan Momsilovic added 11 points for the Cyclones.
Malek Arrington led Idaho State (1-2) with 15 points and Miguel Tomlee added 11 points. They were the only two starters with more than six points.
Iowa State had 17 steals and 15 assists.
Iowa men handle Alabama State 98-67
IOWA CITY – Patrick McCaffery scored 22 points and Peyton Sandfort added 17 points and 12 rebounds to help Iowa defeat Alabama State 98-67 on Friday night.
Sandfort made three 3-pointers – including a four-point play – and scored 12 points in the final 2:32 of the first half, as the Hawkeyes went on a 9-0 run over the final 90 seconds to take a 49-37 lead . half time. In the remaining cases, the state of Alabama lags behind by double figures. Alabama State guard C.J. Hines made two free throws to open the scoring in the second half but Iowa took control for good by scoring 17 of the next 21 points.
The Hawkeyes (2-0) had 27 assists on 33 field goals and scored 20 points on 16 Alabama State turnovers.
Antonio ‘TJ’ Madlock scored 15 of his 23 points in the second half for the Hornets (0-2). Hines finished with 15 points and five assists and Jestven Walker added 13 points, nine rebounds and two blocks.
Iowa heads to face No. 8 Creighton on Tuesday.
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