Gabbie Marshall and Spencer Touro.

Gabbie Marshall and the Iowa Hawkeyes are looking to make their way into the 2024 NCAA tournament.

The guard will give her best performance in order to help her team make its mark in the highly anticipated annual championship.

To support her efforts, her boyfriend, Spencer Touro, will cheer for her.

Gabbie Marshall and Spencer Touro.

Touro is an Iowa graduate who is now a personal trainer at West Branch, as per his Instagram bio.

Apart from that, he holds a bachelor’s degree in sports and diversion and has been a head sophomore baseball trainer at Benton People Group Secondary School since May 2022.

Gabbir Marshall often posts pictures of herself with her boyfriend on her social media account. Not only do the pictures garner positive comments from fans, but Touro also makes sure to leave love-filled words for the rising Iowa star.

Five times Gabbie Marshall’s boyfriend wrote admiring words for her

1. Marshall’s 1,000 career points

Gabbie and Iowa’s official Instagram account collaborated to upload her milestone of achieving 1,000 career points.

Image Credit: Gabbie Marshall's Instagram Post

The remarkable feat came when the Hawkeyes played against Minnesota to seal an impressive 108-60 victory. Fans were happy to see the Ohio native mark her name in history. Her boyfriend, Spencer, also celebrated her by commenting with crown emojis.

2. Celebrating anniversary with each other

Gabbir and Spencer celebrated their one-year anniversary. The 5-foot-9 guard posted a series of never-seen-before pictures on her Instagram feed. Along with getting numerous wishes from her fans and friends, Spencer lovingly commented:

“Luckiest guy in the world. I love you.”

Image Credit: Marshall's Instagram Post

3. Playing and having fun

Marshall returned to Iowa for her senior year. In the caption of a photo she posted, she stated that she was having fun while playing the game. Her boyfriend supported her and wrote:

“She back.”

Image Credit: Marshall's Instagram Post

4. Enjoying snacks

Gabbie Marshall joined hands with a Mexican restaurant to celebrate National Queso Day. She promoted the restaurant’s offer, where, for every entree order, one would get free chips and queso. Spencer was excited about the offer and commented:

“I better see slide 1 waiting for me at the entrance”

Spencer Touro and fans commented on Marshall's post.

5. A serene vacation

Gabbie Marshall and her friends took a trip to the Amalfi Coast after winning the Big Ten Championship. In the pictures, Marshall could be seen enjoying herself with her other friends, one of whom was the Iowa star, Caitlin Clark. Her boyfriend wrote:

“Pic #2 got me shook”

Image Credit: Marshall's Instagram Post

Fans love to see Marshall and Touro’s interaction on social media.

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Gabby Marshall has her own pizza-The Gabizza! Next time your at Riverside Casino (Riverside), stop and get one!

Gabby Marshall has her own pizza-The Gabizza! Next time your at Riverside Casino (Riverside), stop and get one!

With college basketball underway, what better way to prepare for it than with “The Gabizza,” Gabbie Marshall’s signature pizza.

Enjoy a Gabbizza during the Riverside Casino & Golf Resort Meet & Greet session with Gabbie on Friday, November 17 from 5-7 PM.

Gabbie will be there to sign your favorite Hawkeye memorabilia, including her very own RAYGUN shirts available in their Gift Shop.

Marshall created a popular pizza for Riverside earlier in the year called the “Gabbizza,” which is available exclusively at the 22 & Vine restaurant inside the resort.

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Marshall created a popular pizza for Riverside earlier in the year called the “Gabbizza,” which is available exclusively at the 22 & Vine restaurant inside the resort.

The pizza features ingredients handpicked by Marshall—chicken, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, and a special ranch Alfredo sauce prepared on a sourdough crust.

“It’s an honor to host Gabbie Marshall at Riverside and we are pleased to give our guests a chance to meet her,” said Riverside General Manager Damon John.

“She’s an impressive person outside of her success on the basketball court and we are thrilled to partner with her through SWARM.”

Guests are encouraged to bring their own items for Marshall to sign and she will be available to take photos.

RAYGUN has created several Marshall t-shirts including The Spark, Gabbizza, Pretty Eyes, and Defender and Sniper. The shirts will be available to purchase at the Riverside Gift Shop.

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Behind the Scenes With Caitlin Clark on WNBA Draft Day: “I Definitely Know There’s Eyeballs on Me”

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Caitlin Clark needed a nap.

It was Monday afternoon, and the culmination of a whirlwind eight-day stretch that began with the end of her brilliant collegiate career.

The previous Sunday, in Cleveland, the Clark-led Iowa Hawkeyes had been defeated by the South Carolina Gamecocks in a national title game that generated a record audience.

Clark and her teammates flew back to Iowa City the following day, but she wasn’t home for long. Next stop Los Angeles, where she accepted the John R. Wooden Award on Friday night.

The next morning, Clark was bound for New York, where she hustled over to 30 Rock immediately after touching down.

Later that evening, Clark would make a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live, dropping in during the show’s Weekend Update segment.

“I did pretty good,” she said assuredly of her cameo.

Clark was sitting in a cramped hotel room 39 floors above Manhattan, six hours before the Indiana Fever officially made her the top pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft.

Adrenaline was doing its thing, but Clark admitted that she was fading. In fact, the week’s jam-packed schedule had already forced her to make a sacrifice.

An avid golfer, Clark had planned on making a pilgrimage to Augusta for the Masters, but that was asking too much—even for a 22-year-old phenom.

“Augusta to LA to New York City to Indianapolis wasn’t the greatest,” Clark said of her would-be itinerary. “I’m very thankful that I’m here because I’m so tired. I haven’t slept much.”

Clark was wearing gray sweatpants adorned with the Hawkeye logo and a light purple Nike T-shirt, a comfy prelude before slipping into high fashion for Monday night’s festivities.

At the draft, which was held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Clark arrived in head-to-toe Prada: a white double satin skirt and shirt; an embroidered rhinestone mesh top; a black leather Galleria handbag with matching black slingback pumps. She topped off the look with a pair of acetate sunglasses.

But at the hotel hours earlier, Clark was sporting a pair of gold undereye patches as stylists primped her hair and did her makeup. “Don’t make me look crazy,” she instructed the makeup artist.

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Clark likened the moment to a high schooler getting ready for prom, before revealing that she wasn’t drawing from personal experience. “I never went to prom,” she said. “Junior year I had AAU basketball, and then senior year it was COVID.”

Organized chaos unfolded all around her, with a steady stream of people breezing in and out—a woman delivering Glossier gift bags one minute, a repairman arriving to fix the broken air conditioner the next.

A film crew was on hand, capturing it all for a docuseries that will premiere next month on ABC and ESPN+. Clark’s boyfriend, Connor McCaffery, and two of her Iowa teammates, Jada Gyamfi and Gabbie Marshall, lounged on the bed.

Kate Martin, another member of the Hawkeyes, joined the crew eventually. Martin wasn’t among the prospects invited to Monday’s draft, but she still hoped to hear her name called.

Clark was certain that it would be, and demanded that Martin go onstage when it happened.