Monthly Archives: November 2013

Every Team Needs a Kidd

From the start of the season one of head coach Bill Fennelly’s ever popular one-liners was in regards to how quiet this year’s team was, “We’re so quiet that we could practice in a library and we wouldn’t disturb anybody,” … Continue reading

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Kane, Morris Rebounding Is Helping The Offense

“I’m hunting them down, I’m going to get them. Like coach said, when I can get the rebound we can just go instead of hitting the outlet pass.” – DeAndre Kane after his 11-rebound performance in the opener That quote … Continue reading

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Healing Melvin Ejim

While the news of Melvin Ejim’s hyperextended knee shook the Cyclone fan base, his prognosis remains good and the senior eyes an early return. Whether the preseason All-Big 12 selection is able to get back in advance of the four-six … Continue reading

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The Case for … Ciara Capezio – Big 12 Freshman of the Year

I mentioned it briefly in Tuesday night’s recap after it was brought up in the live blog last Saturday about the perceived lack of respect that outside hitter Ciara Capezio is receiving in her freshman season for the Cyclones. Before … Continue reading

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Cyclone Finds His Niche In The NFL

Most college football players dream about making it to the NFL. To have the privilege to be a part of the pageantry that’s played out on Sundays in the fall is a chance of a lifetime. Former Cyclone back-up quarterback … Continue reading

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Hallie Christofferson: From Small-Town Iowa to Unanimous All-Big 12

Just a few short weeks ago Iowa State held its annual women’s basketball media day and it was a packed house at the Sukup Basketball Complex . After head coach Bill Fennelly finished speaking it was time for the student-athletes … Continue reading

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Gymnastics Coaches Run With A Purpose

Iowa State gymnastics head coach Jay Ronayne and assistant coach Katie Minasola recently ran in the Des Moines Marathon, each with a unique purpose in mind as the miles went by. Ronayne’s mind was fixed on a number: 3:25, meaning … Continue reading

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