Zach McCabe had 10 points in Iowa's 75-64 win over Virginia to advance to the NIT Final Four.
The Iowa men's basketball team advanced to the NIT semifinals for the first time in school history, beating Virginia, 75-64 on Wednesday night. Iowa will meet second-seeded Maryland on Tuesday, April 2, in Madison Square Garden at 8:00 CT.
Iowa snapped Virginia's 19-game home winning streak; a streak that dated back to Nov. 13, 2012. The Hawkeyes are the third team to score 70-plus points against Virginia this season.
Roy Devyn Marble scored a game-high 24 points. He has scored 76 points in the past three games (25.3 ppg). In his past four NIT games (dating back to Oregon game last year), Marble has scored an average of 26.75 points per contest.
Adam Woodbury went five-of-seven from the field to score in double-figures with 10 points. Zach McCabe also scored 10 points, hitting two-of-two three-point attempts.
Iowa shot a perfect 100% from the free throw line, making 15-of-15 attempts. The Hawkeyes made all 14 of their free throw attempts in the final 3:09 of the game.
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