1992–93 Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball team

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1992–93 Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball
Big Ten Conference regular season co-champions
NCAA Tournament, Final Four
ConferenceBig Ten Conference
1992–93 record27–4 (16–2 Big Ten)
Head coach
Home arenaCarver–Hawkeye Arena

The 1992–1993 Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball team represented the University of Iowa in the 1992–1993 NCAA women's basketball season. The Hawkeyes, led by tenth-year head coach C. Vivian Stringer, played their home games in Iowa City, IA at Carver–Hawkeye Arena as members of the Big Ten Conference. They finished the season 27–4 overall, 16–2 in Big Ten play, sharing the regular season conference championship. The team was the first Iowa Hawkeyes women's basketball team to advance to the Final Four in the women's NCAA basketball tournament.[1]


Player Number Player Name Height Position College Year/Eligibility Hometown/High School
10 Arneda Yarbrough 5–5 Guard So/So Racine, Wisconsin/William Horlick High School
11 Karen Clayton 5–5 Guard Fr/Fr Raleigh, North Carolina/Needham B. Broughton High School
12 Laurie Aaron 5–6 Guard Sr/Sr Detroit, Michigan/Murray-Wright High School
15 Virgie Dilingham 5–10 Forward Jr/Jr Richmond, Kentucky/Madison Central High School
20 Antonia Macklin 5–7 Forward/Guard Jr/So Boston, Massachusetts/The English High School
21 Nicole Tunsil 6–1 Forward Jr/Jr St. Petersburg, Florida/Lakewood High School
31 Andrea Harmon 6–2 Center Jr/Jr Oklahoma City, Oklahoma/Midwest City High School
33 Tia Jackson 6–0 Forward Jr/Jr Mardela Springs, Maryland/Mardela Middle and High School
34 Molly Tideback 6–3 Center Sr/Sr Waterloo, Iowa/Columbus High School (UCLA)
42 Cathy Marx 6–5 Center Jr/Jr Moline, Illinois/Riverdale
54 Toni Foster 6–1 Forward Sr/Sr Chicago, Illinois/Marshall Metropolitan High School
55 Jenny Noll 6–4 Center Fr/Fr Muscatine, Iowa/Muscatine High School


Coaching Staff[edit]

Head Coach: C. Vivian Stringer

Assistant Coaches: Marianna Freeman, Angie Lee, Linda Myers


Game Results[edit]

Date Opponent W-L Score Location
12/4 at Pittsburgh University W 70–59 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
12/6 at #4 University of Maryland W 53–50 College Park, Maryland
12/11 West Virginia University W 74–44 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, Iowa)
12/11 Charlotte W 60–38 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA)
12/20 Drake University W 90–44 Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA)
1/2 vs. Bucknell University W 97–39 FIU Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, Florida)
1/3 vs. #10 University of Colorado L 70–72 FIU Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, FL)
1/4 vs. Eastern Kentucky University W 67–63 FIU Sun & Fun Classic (Miami, FL)
1/8 University of Wisconsin W 65–39 Iowa City, IA
1/10 at University of Minnesota W 75–47 Minneapolis, Minnesota
1/15 at University of Illinois W 65–57 Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
1/17 at Northwestern W 60–55 Evanston, Illinois
1/22 #23 Indiana W 79–50 Iowa City, IA
1/26 #24 Northern Illinois University W 92–59 Iowa City, IA
1/29 at Michigan W 84–54 Ann Arbor, Michigan
1/31 at Michigan State W 75–55 East Lansing, Michigan
2/5 #6 Ohio State W 79–62 Iowa City, IA
2/7 #4 Penn State W 84–59 Iowa City, IA
2/12 Northwestern University W 66–62 Iowa City, IA
2/14 Illinois W 77–58 Iowa City, IA
2/19 at Purdue University W 63–55 West Lafayette, Indiana
2/21 at Indiana W 68–46 Bloomington, Indiana
2/26 Michigan State W 76–46 Iowa City, IA
2/28 Michigan W 71–34 Iowa City, IA
3/5 at #8 Penn State L 64–70 State College, Pennsylvania
3/7 at #4 Ohio State L 60–72 Columbus, Ohio
3/12 Minnesota W 83–59 Iowa City, IA
3/17 at Old Dominion University W 82–56 NCAA 2nd Round (Norfolk, Virginia)
3/25 #7 Auburn University W 63–50 NCAA Midwest Regional (Iowa City, IA)
3/27 #2 University of Tennessee W 72–56 NCAA Midwest Regional (Iowa City, IA)
4/3 vs. #4 Ohio State L 72–73 (ot) NCAA Women's Final Four (Atlanta, Georgia)



  1. ^ Kent, Milton. (1993, April 3). "Iowa Play Through Pain of Tragedies," Baltimore Sun.
  2. ^ 1992–1993 Iowa Women's Basketball Media Guide
  3. ^ 1992–1993 Iowa Women's Basketball Media Guide
  4. ^ 2008–2009 Iowa Women's Basketball Media Guide