IOWA CITY, Iowa – A total of five Hawkeyes were named to All-Big Ten Defensive Teams on Monday.
Iowa defensive back Desmond King headlined the list of players, as he was named first-team All-Big Ten by vote of league coaches and media. King was also named the Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year in the conference.
Linebacker Josey Jewell was voted on to the second team, defensive lineman Nate Meier was a third team selection, and safety Jordan Lomax was named to the third team by league coaches.
The coaches also voted kicker Marshall Koehn on to the second team.
Iowa won a school-record 12 games during the regular season and travels to Indianapolis to battle Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship on Saturday.