Tag Archives: Hallice Cooke

How A Pair Of Legends Shaped Two Cyclones

It was 2009, Iowa State guards Hallice Cooke and Monté Morris were both 14-year olds living more than 600 miles apart. Both with hoop dreams of their own, their lives were about to be forever changed by relationships built with … 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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Hoop Bits (10-23-14)

Cooke To Undergo Surgery Iowa State sophomore Hallice Cooke will head to New York City for a surgery that will repair cartilage tears in both hips. Cooke, who is sitting out the 2014-15 season after transferring to ISU from Oregon … Continue reading

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ISU and New York Go Way Back

Iowa State is set to play in Brooklyn in January, a non-conference showdown with South Carolina as a final primer for the Big 12 season. This comes on the heels of a trip to the big city in the Sweet … Continue reading

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