The Women’s Football Encyclopedia
January 20, 2016
The Women’s Football Encyclopedia is the most authoritative history ever compiled about the under-publicized sport of women’s football. Game results for nearly 300 teams and a listing of over 10,000 women’s football players help make up the most comprehensive resource ever assembled on the other half of America’s greatest sport.
McFarland & Company
July 11, 2012
Duke Slater tells the life story of Hawkeye legend Fred “Duke” Slater, who rose to fame as a tackle at the University of Iowa from 1918-1921. As a football lineman and later as a Superior Court judge, Slater was recognized as a true pioneer for African-Americans in the athletic and legal fields, and he remains one of the greatest athletes the University of Iowa has ever produced.
What It Means to Be a Hawkeye
August 9, 2011
What It Means to Be a Hawkeye features first-person narratives from sixty of the greatest student-athletes, coaches, and administrators spanning eight decades of Hawkeye football. Each former Hawkeye reminisces about what led him to the University of Iowa, the greatest memories of his Hawkeye career, and what it means – to him – to be a Hawkeye.
Hawkeye Greats, By the Numbers
October 15, 2010
Hawkeye Greats, By the Numbers profiles fifty of the most outstanding athletes to play for the Iowa Hawkeyes by the jersey numbers they wore at the University of Iowa. One football or men’s basketball player is selected for each jersey number – from #1 through #50 – and a short biography details that player’s career at the University of Iowa.