2011-12 Women's Basketball

Record: 32-4 Home: 16-0 Away: 11-0 Neutral: 5-4 ICCAC: 16-0
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Women's Basketball - Thu, Dec. 18, 2014
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CEDAR RAPIDS, IA-- The women's basketball game scheduled for Thursday, December 18, 2014 has been canceled.

Happy Holidays to all of our Kirkwood Eagle fans!

Women's Basketball - Wed, Dec. 17, 2014
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NJCAA- CEDAR RAPIDS, IA-- On Wednesday, NJCAA released the Top 20 Poll and tabbed Kirkwood Women's Basketball (8-4, 0-0) as #7. Johnson County Community College, North Iowa Area Community College and Illinois Central College round out the top three spots. The ICCAC was represented by #2 North Iowa Area Community College (9-1), RV Des Moines Area Community College (8-4), and #5 Iowa Western Community College (15-0).

Kirkwood has played five games against current NJCAA ranked opponents (#3 Illinois Central College, #4 Parkland College, #17 State Fair CC, and RV John Wood CC)with a 1-3 record against those opponents. They are 6-1 against non-ranked opponents. Kirkwood's next game is Thursday, December 18th versus Little Priest Tribal College (0-6) at 5:30pm in Johnson Hall.

Women's Basketball - Sun, Dec. 14, 2014
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METROSPORTSREPORT.COM- CEDAR RAPIDS, IA-- The Kirkwood women's basketball team was credited with 26 assists on its 27 field goals during Saturday's 80-45 romp past Marshalltown at Johnson Hall. That tells you one of two things: Either the official statistician was extremely generous handing out assists or the seventh-ranked Eagles passed the ball extremely well. It was the latter.

"We were unselfish," said Kirkwood Coach Kim Muhl. "That's the big thing with this group. When they start passing the ball, they're much better." Tyra Polite collected seven assists and Taylor Silva had five to lead the way, but 10 different Eagles had at least one assist as Kirkwood zipped the ball around the floor.

"We're starting to get better," said Muhl after his club raised its record to 8-4 with a strong overall performance. It's hard to score 80 points without lots of people landing in double figures, but the Eagles did it Saturday with a balanced attack.