Iowa OL transferring after two years with Hawkeyes
An Iowa offensive lineman has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.
On Monday, redshirt sophomore Noah Fenske has entered his name into the database after spending two seasons with the Hawkeyes. He was a member of Iowa’s 2019 recruiting class and will still have four years of eligibility remaining after redshirting and receiving the blanket waiver from the NCAA for all fall student-athletes.
“I want to thank the University of Iowa for giving me the opportunity to play for the Hawks,” Fenske wrote on Twitter. “I have met so many great people and I am forever grateful for my time at Iowa. With that being said, with lots of conversations with friends and family I have decided to leave Iowa and enter the transfer portal.”
Fenske is a New Hampton, Iowa native and was a 3-star recruit out of high school. He ranked as the No. 67 offensive guard in the recruiting cycle and was the No. 9 ranked player from his home state.
In two seasons, Fenske did not see any game action. In 2020, he was an Academic All-B1G selection.
As a high school recruit, Fenske committed to Iowa over offers from North Dakota and South Dakota State.