Powered by seniors Jaime Printy and Morgan Johnson, the Iowa women's basketball team overcame an 11-point first-half deficit Sunday to defeat host San Diego, 83-73, in the championship tilt of the Maggie Dixon Surf `N Slam Classic.
Iowa improved to 11-3 overall. San Diego is 8-4.
Printy poured in a career-high 33 points and tied the school record with seven 3-point field goals. Johnson made 8-of-10 field goals and finished with 20 points.
Dubuque native Claire Till, who has been hobbled by injury in her freshman year, did not play for the Hawkeyes.
Baruch 52, UW-Platteville 41 -- At New York: The Pioneers fell into a 12-point hole at halftime and couldn't recover. Claire Poad, Alyssa Krajco and Kim Wellnitz had six points each for UW-P.
Wichita State 66, Northern Iowa 41 -- At Wichita, Kan.: Cleanthony Early scored 16 points to lead Wichita State in the Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams.
Jake Koch led the Panthers (7-6) with seven points. Austin Pehl had four rebounds.
UW-Oshkosh 73, Loras 72 -- At Wisconsin Dells, Wis.: Aaron Schueller scored 16 points, and Connor Mooney chipped in 10, but the Duhawks slipped to 4-7 with the nonconference setback.