Monthly Archives: April 2015

Hoop Bits (4-29-15)

Long To Have Second Hip Surgery Iowa State guard Naz Long will have arthroscopic surgery performed on his right hip on Thursday, May 7. The surgery will replicate the previous procedure that was performed on April 1 on his left … Continue reading

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Ronayne Lives Dream at Boston Marathon

What can you accomplish in four days? The answer is quite a bit, with the advances in technology and travel we can do so much more in so much little time than we used to. However, the challenges of balancing … Continue reading

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Catching Up With J.J. Moses

On Iowa State’s first play from scrimmage at Iowa in 2000, J.J. Moses took a reverse and all he saw was daylight. The speedy wideout from Waterloo then made an opportune cut at the 11-yard line, freezing a Hawkeye defender … Continue reading

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Cyclones Make Most of St. Louis Road Trip

The Iowa State women’s soccer team entered the weekend with a daunting task ahead of them — play two National Women’s Soccer League teams in separate 45 minute games, including the current league champion, FC Kansas City. The Cyclones exited … Continue reading

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Hoop Bits (4-2-15)

Niang The Latest All-American On Monday, The Associated Press released its 2014-15 men’s basketball All-America teams (1st-3rd team). Deservedly so, Iowa State junior Georges Niang earned a spot on the third-team and the Cyclones were represented in consecutive seasons (Melvin Ejim, … Continue reading

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