Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Season, New Look

When Cyclone senior forward Hallie Christofferson took over the women’s basketball Twitter account on Thursday she let the cat out of the bag about our new uniforms with this tweet. As you can see they are quite a bit different … Continue reading

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Cyclones Get A Fresh Look

When Iowa State takes the court at Hilton Coliseum in November it will have a fresh look and the Cyclone players love it. “The new jerseys are nice,” Naz Long said. “They definitely have a lighter feel to them. I … Continue reading

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Martens Is A Winner

Iowa State could very well be in the “Golden Era” of women’s athletics. A slew of Cyclone women’s athletic teams have consistently been major players on the national scene in the last 10 years. It all began with Bill Fennelly, … Continue reading

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Bundrage Joins Elite Club

A rare feat was achieved last weekend in the Iowa State-Iowa football game. It was an occurrence that’s only happened eight times in the history of the Iowa State football program. The culprit was Cyclone receiver Quenton Bundrage. Bundrage caught … Continue reading

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Anna Florzak: Checking in

This past weekend was a change of pace for former women’s basketball player Anna Florzak. The current New York resident traded in the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple to take a visit to Ames for the weekend and … Continue reading

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A Big Move

When I left for college my biggest concern was getting a dorm fridge and making sure I had the latest version of Madden football for my video game console. Pretty harmless stuff. It is this way for a good number … Continue reading

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Tough Schedule Will Benefit Cyclones

Losing is disappointing. Though it is important to keep in perspective what can be learned from setbacks on the court or the field of play that does not take away the feelings after the fact. No one likes being a … Continue reading

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