(Des Moines Register) -- An Iowa City woman arrested Saturday for reportedly trying to get
onto the field before the University of Iowa's football game had a blood
alcohol content more than four times the legal limit to drive, campus
Samantha Lynne Goudie, 22, blew a 0.341 and was
"unsteady on her feet," according to a report from the University's
Department of Public Safety. She tried to enter the field about an hour
before the game and was charged with public intoxication, the report
The Hawkeyes blew a late lead to lose their season opener against Northern Illinois 30-27.
Twitter user purporting to be Goudie gained thousands of followers and
prompted stories by Deadspin.com and the New York Post after reportedly
tweeting from inside the Kinnick Stadium prisoner staging area and for
reveling in her unusually high BAC.
"Just went to jail #yolo" read one tweet that has since been deleted.
A message to the Twitter user was not immediately returned Monday night.
Visin, associate director of public safety for university police, said
police allow arrestees to keep their phones while in the holding area so
they can call a sober person for a ride.
The police report on Goudie's arrest was not available Monday.
was one of 14 people arrested during campus police's game-day
operations. One man made an ill-fated attempt to break out of the
prisoner area in the stadium. Another reportedly refused to stop
saluting an officer. A 25-year-old Iowa City woman was arrested for
public intoxication and registered a blood alcohol content of 0.240,
three times the legal limit.
Campus police also issued 28
citations for open container in public, 11 for possession of alcohol by a
minor and one for public urination.
This year's season opener
arrived less than a month after U of I was named the nation's top party
school by the Princeton Review - a distinction university officials have
The party school list, based on surveys of students on
drinking and drug use, ranked Iowa among the top five party schools each
of the past two years.
University officials, responding to the
school's spot atop the list, noted that the school has seen a nearly 12
percent decline since 2009 in high-risk drinking - defined as having
five or more drinks in one sitting.
During the 2012 game against
Northern Iowa, campus police made 28 arrests and issued 33 citations for
open container, 27 for public intoxication and 10 for underage
possession of alcohol.