Super-Hair Wars



The top teams in U.S. women's college basketball are fairly familiar: Baylor, Connecticut, Notre Dame, Tennessee. So when a senior from Iowa won national awards this year, it probably surprised some people. We admittedly hadn't heard of Megan Gustafson until a Hair Fan suggested her to us. Then she was drafted by the WNBA Dallas Wings. And now, Gustafson is a Super-Hair Wars winner as well!

We arranged a rare battle of Best Manes on Campus, and Gustafson dominated "Elite Eight" winner Alyssa Wallace of St. Thomas-Minnesota. The Hawkeye wound up with 83-percent support. But apparently she had no help from a "Vote Gustafson" website and Twitter hashtag - which is strange, because Iowa has a history of some marvelous hairstyles.

OUR NEXT CHALLENGER is a member of the Colorado State Senate. Brittany Pettersen was added to our Hot List recently. Maybe you've found someone even hotter, who should be in a Super-Hair War. Then please - let us know! Send an email to SuperHair @

Based on our Super-Hair definition, if these women met in a showdown, which style would win?

Voting filter is ON in Round 9.

ROUND 9 DEADLINE: Friday afternoon, 23 May (U.S. CDT). The winner fights on against a new challenger!

Debate and discuss your choices on our message board, Let Your Hair Down.

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