Iowa athletes have always had a special bond with the Children's Hospital and that's no different for former Hawkeye point guard Jordan Bohannon. On Tuesday, Bohannon delivered a check for more than $26,000 dollars to Stead Family Children’s Hospital, specifically towards pediatric cardiac research. You can check out KCRG's story live from the event here.
Former Iowa hoops star Jordan Bohannon made quite an impact throughout his career on the hardwood while with the Hawkeyes. The same can be said about his contributions off the court, as well. On Tuesday, Bohannon donated $26,000 to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital toward pediatric cardiology....
IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) - Back in 2019, Jordan Bohannon cemented a memory when he signed his basketball shoes and left them on the floor at Hilton Collesium. “I was just trying to do some trolling to have some fun, to poke fun at a great rivalry,” Bohannon said. “The shoes ended up back on our bus, I thought of a great opportunity to donate to the children’s hospital.”
Former Iowa basketball guard Jordan Bohannon made a $26,000 donation to a local hospital which will put the funds toward pediatric cardiology practices, according to a local news station. After finishing his collegiate career this season, he continues to work as a leader in the community after becoming the Hawkeyes’ captain on the court.
Player Debrief will be my look at each player on the Iowa roster, what they did over the season, things to look for next year, and my general observations from a couch in Denver. Prior debriefs:. Jordan Bohannon finally exhausted his eligibility with Iowa in March. He began his career...
NEW ORLEANS -- The Big Ten’s all-time 3-point leader and Iowa Hawkeye Jordan Bohannon won the 2022 Men’s College 3-Point Contest held Thursday evening in New Orleans, the site of the Final Four. Bohannon becomes the second Hawkeye in six years to win the 3-Point Contest; Peter Jok...
NEW ORLEANS — Iowa's Jordan Bohannon got to put on the uniform one final time after all. Bohannon, the Big Ten's all-time leader in made threes, was the shooting winner at the 33rd annual College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships at Xavier University of Louisiana’s Convocation Center in New Orleans on Thursday.
After six years of college basketball, Jordan Bohannon's career has come to a close. However, the 6-foot sharpshooter out of Marion, Iowa will have one more chance to represent the Hawkeyes on the college stage. This weekend, news came out that Bohannon has been invited to take part in the Men's three-point championship on Thursday, March 31.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Iowa’s Jordan Bohannon will participate in the men’s 3-Point Championship at 33rd annual College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships. The event will be held on Thursday, March 31stat Xavier University of Louisiana’s Convocation Center in New Orleans. The Linn-Mar graduate holds the...
It's hard to believe, but Jordan Bohannon's Iowa career is over after an NCAA-record 179 games. Connor McCaffery still has a decision to make on his future. The pair of super-seniors have overcome devastating injuries and were key cogs in Iowa's basketball program over the course of their careers. The...
NCAA Tournament 2022: Fran McCaffery thinking positively after Iowa's loss to Richmond, lauds Jordan Bohannon
Iowa suffered the first big upset of the 2022 NCAA Tournament Thursday afternoon, falling 67-63 to Richmond. The fifth-seeded Hawkeyes were coming off a Big Ten Tournament title and had played their best basketball lately, but the 12th-seeded Spiders played tough defense and got Iowa out of its rhythm. Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery could not come up with an answer, and Richmond held on despite a late push by the Hawkeyes.