Trio of Hawkeyes in Clark, Martin, and Stuelke named to All-Big Ten teams

The Iowa Hawkeyes relied on contributions from all over the court this season on their way to another outstanding regular season. Caitlin Clark, the recently announced Big Ten Player of the Year, did her thing, but without her supporting cast, who knows if this magical season would have ever been possible.

Clark was named as a unanimous first-team All-Big Ten player this year. Her 2023-24 regular season saw her average 32.3 points, 8.7 assists, and 7.3 rebounds per game. She shot 46.5% from the field and 39.3% from three.

Kate Martin was named as a member of the Second Team All-Big Ten team. Iowa’s heart and soul averaged 13 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 2.6 assists. Martin shot an outstanding 52.2% from the field and often did the tough, gritty things that helped Iowa get extra possessions or shut down opponents. She was also named the winner of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award.

Last, but most certainly not least is Hannah Stuelke. She was named a member of the Second Team All-Big Ten team this year. Stuelke so immense growth in her second year as she averaged 14.1 points, 6.9 rebounds, and converted 64.4% of her shots from the field. Stuelke’s year featured a 47-point outburst in February where she shot 17-20 from the field.

The three starters each had their moments this year for Iowa and are going to be leaned on heavily as the Big Ten Tournament gets underway. That will be a tune up as they look to defend last year’s Big Ten Tournament title as well as get ready for the NCAA Tournament.

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