2018 Impact Report

Faces of our Fight

From every contribution to every Hawkeye supporter, you are creating first-class opportunities for Iowa student-athletes.

We Fight for Opportunities

$12.14M

For the first time in the I-Club's history, Hawkeyes from around Iowa and the world gave more than $12 million to support our student-athletes, coaches, and staff.

11,225

I-Club members live within the state of Iowa.

699

New I-Club members in 2018.

We Fight for Student-Athletes

$13.45M

In 2018, I-Club members helped provide more than $13 million in scholarship support to Iowa's 650 student-athletes.

$12.73M

In 2018, I-Club members helped provide more than $12 million for athletic and medical training, strength and conditioning, and athletic equipment and uniforms for our Hawkeyes.

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$44,947

In 2018, Hawkeye athletics invested $44,947 per student-athlete, which includes scholarships, academic services, athletic and medical training, and more.

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We Fight to "Win. Graduate. Do It Right."

No. 1

During the 2017-18 athletic year, Iowa wrestler Spencer Lee was crowned national champion at 125 pounds and, Iowa women's basketball player Megan Gustafson was named Big Ten Player of the Year. Both Lee and Gustafson were also All-Americans in their respective sports.

90%

For the third year in a row, Iowa's student-athletes graduated at an all-time high of 90 percent.

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15,000+

Whether it's through the Iowa Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (ISAAC) Day of Caring, the Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and more, Iowa's student-athletes contribute, on average, more than 15,000 hours annually to communities throughout the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids Corridor.

Thank You!

"Hawkeye loyalty and passion are shown through your support of the I-Club. You represent the driving force of Iowa Athletics and allow the Athletics Department to achieve the vision of providing a first-class experience for Hawkeye student-athletes to 'Win. Graduate. Do It Right.' in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. On behalf of 24 sports, 650 student-athletes, and 250 coaches and staff, thank you for your support through the I-Club."

Gary A. Barta

Henry B. and Patricia B. Tippie Director of Athletics Chair