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Sunday, January 09, 2005
Pop Quiz
After Pierre Pierce, now the Big Ten's third leading scorer, who has led Iowa in scoring most often this season?

With all the attention he drew early on, Jeff Horner seemed like the obvious answer (to me at least). It's actually Adam Haluska, who has led the team 3 times and tied once with Pierce and once with Horner. Jeff was the top scorer twice so far, and had the tie with Haluska. Pierce has led 7 times, including 5 of the last 6 games, plus the tie with Haluska, and Greg Brunner slipped in as the leader against Northern Iowa.

Pierce - 7 leads, 1 tie
Haluska - 3 leads, 2 ties
Horner - 2 leads, 1 tie
Brunner - 1 lead

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