Czinano's conference-leading 64.9% is a record and Czinano averages 20.5 points per game for Hawkeyes (17-7; 11-4).
Czinano stated, "Being a Hawkeye was one of the most privileges in my life, not just because of basketball, but because of all the people who have supported me with love and support." "I'm excited to see what the rest of the season brings us, because we still have a lot to prove."
Watertown senior Watertown, Minnesota native, was 6 feet 3 inches tall and said that she wanted to make public her decision to return to college because many people had been asking about her future. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic that struck in the mid-2000s, the NCAA did not consider 2020-21 as an eligible year. This allowed athletes to choose to play a fifth.
She said that these were the best four years in my life, so why not switch it up? "I'll be back next year."
Czinano scored 465 points in this season's campaign. Her 1,572 career points rank 12th on Iowa’s all-time scoring lists.
Iowa will play fifth-ranked Indiana in a rematch on Monday night in Iowa City. In Saturday's 96-91 win over Indiana, she led the Hawkeyes scoring 22 points.