Monthly Archives: August 2013

Hats off to the Fans

One of the facts that stood out to me when I first started at Iowa State was the high attendance of women’s sports. I’ve worked many women’s basketball games at other institutions and every time I could very nearly hear … Continue reading

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Christofferson Showcases Talent Off the Court

When Coordinator of Student-Athlete Affairs Molly Parrott was looking for a design for the 2013 student-athlete T-shirt she knew just the right person to turn to in order to make it happen – Hallie Christofferson. Many Cyclone fans know exactly … Continue reading

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Passing Crucial to Iowa State Success in 2013

Among the topics that Christy Johnson-Lynch talked about in her Volleyball Media Day press conference was the importance of passing. “We have to be able to pass and handle the ball to get our great athletes the ball,” Johnson-Lynch said. … Continue reading

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Seniors Leave Shining Example Off Court As Well

Most people are going to remember Will Clyburn’s dunks against West Virginia or Tyrus McGee’s six 3-pointers against Kansas. They’ll recall Chris Babb holding Kansas’ Ben McLemore to just six shots at Hilton Coliseum and Korie Lucious’ left handed running … Continue reading

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Summer Workout Program Paying Dividends

Many of you may be wondering what our wrestlers have been up to this summer. The summer months are when champions are made and strength coach Josh Beauregard can attest to that. “I thought we had a good year, but … Continue reading

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ISU Football Benefitting From Title IX

Documenting father-son relationships in athletics is a topic the media has reported on since sports became popular in the early 20th century. The fascination in how competitors have been handed down their athletic genes and learned from their fathers always … Continue reading

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A Great Representative of Iowa State

As we were in a transitional stage in our department, replacing three staffers and shuffling some sports around, I received a request for nominations for the Senior CLASS Award for soccer. The Senior CLASS Award honors the attributes of NCAA … Continue reading

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ISU Hall-of-Famer Mike Myers Reflects On 13-Year MLB Career

If you’ve been a baseball fan in the last 20 years, chances are you have heard of Mike Myers. It’s because Myers was a pioneer, leading the charge in the shift to situational pitching in Major League Baseball in the … Continue reading

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Looking At The Nonconference Schedule

As we lead up to the Big 12’s announcement of the conference schedule, here is a quick look at Iowa State’s nonconference slate. Nov. 10 – UNC-Wilmington (10-20, 5-13 CAA) Iowa State, which has won 13 straight nonconference home games, … Continue reading

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Ejim & Niang: ISU’s 1-2 Punch In The Frontcourt

When it comes to frontcourts in college basketball, Iowa State returns one of the best. Senior Melvin Ejim (11.3 points) and sophomore Georges Niang (12.1 ppg) complement each other well. They can get up and down the court swiftly enough … Continue reading

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