If  you love watching players step behind the three-point line, then Iowa’s matchup against Savannah State on Saturday was the game for you.

The 23rd-ranked Hawkeyes cruised to a 110-64 victory over Savannah State on Saturday, improving to 10-2 on the season. A huge reason for the lopsided win was Iowa’s efficiency from behind the three-point arc, burying 19 triples and setting a new program record.

Iowa’s previous high was 18, which was set two years ago also against Savannah State.

Jordan Bohannon led the charge, knocking down 6-of-14 three-point attempts. Joe Wieskamp was an efficient 5-of-7 from downtown and Austin Ash was 3-of-8. Together, the Hawkeyes were 19-of-42 from deep range.

Iowa has just one non-conference game remaining on the schedule, a Dec. 29 bout against Bryant. After that, it’s on to B1G play where the Hawkeyes are off to a less-than-ideal 0-2 start. But if they can knock down the long ball like they did Saturday, they’ll quickly make a surge to the top of the conference.

Below are the highlights from Iowa’s 19 three-point makes.