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Guard Nick Noskowiak commits to Iowa State

Iowa State always seems to find talent and contributors on the transfer market but on Sunday they received a commit from a top 100 player on the recruiting trail, Nick Noskowiak. Noskowiak is a 4-star 2015 point guard out of Sun Prairie High School, who committed to Marquette twice (once under Buzz Williams and once under Steve Wojciechowski) before re-opening his options. The Wisconsin...
Via Campus Sports Net
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State nabs top 100 recruit Nick Noskowiak

In recent years, the Iowa State Cyclones have focused on talented transfers from four year schools to fill its roster holes and make a positive impact. Sunday’s verbal commitment of 6′-2″ point guard Nick Noskowiak of Sun Prairie (WI) departed from head coach Fred Hoiberg’s usual plan, though, as Noskowiak is a top 100 recruit nationally from ...
Via Hoopniks
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Men’s Basketball: Noskowiak commits to ISU

After over two years, the Iowa State men’s basketball program has received a commitment from an American high school prospect.

Drake Relays: Notebook: ISU’s Luque takes fourth in long jump

DES MOINES — Competing in her first Drake Relays, Iowa State freshman Jhoanmy Luque already has secured a medal. Today, she’ll look to collect another.

Men’s Basketball: Details of ISU/Colorado contract

Iowa State will be paid $125,000 for playing the University of Colorado in Sioux Falls, S.D., according to the contract obtained by the Ames Tribune via an open records request.

Iowa St to get $125,000 for Sioux Falls game

AMES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa State men's basketball team will be paid $125,000 to open next season against Colorado in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Sanford Frontiers, the corporation that runs the Pentagon events center, will pay the Cyclones that amount according to a contract released by the school to The Associated Press on Friday. Iowa State would owe Sanford $100,000 if it backs...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Group Text Shows Style, Friendship of Iowa State Coaches

Group text messages are a natural occurrence in daily life, but the coaches of the Iowa State Cyclones basketball team just took them to a new level. A tweet by assistant coach Charlie Henry not only showcased how the coaches communicate with each other and come up with ideas for the team, but that head coach and former NBA sharpshooter Fred Hoiberg appears to be back in action after...
Via Campus Sports Net
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rhoads doesn't favor Big 12 championship game

Iowa State wasn't in contention for a spot in the inaugural College Football Playoff, but if it is a candidate for the playoff someday down the line, head coach Paul Rhoads apparently isn't worried about the lack of championship game affecting the Big 12 Cyclones. Rhoads was asked on the Big 12 coaches teleconference earlier in the week if he was for or against a conference title...
Via Fox Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg released from hospital

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg has been released from the hospital, less than a week after open-heart surgery. Hoiberg tweeted a picture of himself being wheeled out of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, on Thursday with the caption ''it's been real...thanks for everything!'' Hoiberg had surgery last week to replace his aortic valve. He's expected to need...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cool Text Message Chain Between Iowa State Basketball Coaches Shows How They Take Note Of NBA Plays

Iowa State has run some of the most effective offenses in college basketball over the last few years. It is no surprise that Fred Hoiberg’s staff watches a lot of NBA playoff basketball to pull ideas for the Cyclones. Hoiberg is coming off of open-heart surgery, but he seems to be recovering well, based on a text chain posted on Twitter by assistant coach Charlie Henry. The texts...
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard returning after heart surgery

Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard is set to return to his job on Monday. He has held the position as Director of Athletics since 2005. Just six weeks ago, Pollard underwent open-heart surgery. The Iowa State AD announced the surgery in a letter to his fans. Pollard required open-heart surgery after suffering a heart attack on March 9. You can read Jamie Pollard’s letter...
Via Campus Sports Net
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg to be released from hospital on Thursday

AMES, Iowa -- The Mayo Clinic says Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg is expected to be released on Thursday, less than a week after open-heart surgery. Hoiberg had surgery at the clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, on Friday to replace his aortic valve, a procedure he put off twice during the season. Hoiberg is expected to need 4-6 weeks of recovery before returning to work. Hoiberg retired...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Fred Hoiberg shares hospital video after heart surgery

On Friday, Iowa State basketball coach Fred Hoiberg had open-heart surgery to replace an aortic valve. The procedure took place at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. According to the doctor who performed the surgery, it was a success. “Everything went very well,” Dr. Rakesh Suri said in a statement released by the university. “The operation was a success and Mr. Hoiberg...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Loyola picks up Iowa State transfer Clayton Custer

Loyola’s backcourt got richer Saturday as former Iowa State guard Clayton Custer tweeted that he has committed to the Ramblers. Custer, a 6-foot-1 guard, will have three years of eligibility at Loyola, starting in the 2016-17 season. Photo: Charlie Neibergall / AP Custer was a borderline top-100 recruit out of high school, where he was teammates with Loyola guard Ben Richardson...
Via The Catch and Shoot
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State transfer Clayton Custer sets visit to Loyola

Photo: Blake Lanser/Iowa State Daily Iowa State transfer Clayton Custer will visit Loyola in two weekends, Eric Bossi of Rivals.com reported Monday. Custer, a 6-foot-1 guard with three years of eligibility, played just 5.8 minutes per game for the Cyclones as a freshman, averaging 1.1 points and 0.7 assists. Custer was a borderline top-100 recruit coming out of high school, where...
Via The Catch and Shoot
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Fred Hoiberg to undergo heart surgery to replace aortic valve

Iowa State University announced on Friday that head men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg will undergo open heart surgery to replace his aortic valve next Friday. The procedure will take place at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. “After my initial surgery to replace my aortic root 10 years ago, I knew that this was something that would need to be done at some point...
Via Campus Sports Net
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State loses to UAB in huge bracket buster

It took only a few hours for the first major upset in the 2015 NCAA Tournament to take place, as No. 14 UAB shocked Iowa State in a 60-59 thriller on Thursday afternoon. The Blazers busted a ton of brackets in the process. Hardly anyone picked UAB to beat Iowa State, and there were plenty...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Kansas Star Joel Embiid Trolls Iowa State For Losing To UAB

Joel Embiid spent just one year at Kansas, but the 7-footer appears to have developed quite a distaste for Iowa State during his time with the Jayhawks.  Following the No. 3-seeded Cyclones upset loss to No. 14 UAB in the NCAA Tournament’s Second Round Thursday afternoon, Embiid, now with the Philadelphia 76ers, sent out a tweet trolling ISU.  Check it out:  Well at least they...
Via College Spun
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas Player Reportedly Can’t Believe That Iowa State Lost To UAB: “They Lying, Right?”

It was less than one week ago that Iowa State mounted an incredible second-half comeback to knock off Kansas and win the Big 12 Tournament title. As a result, 96 percent of the country, at least according to Yahoo!, picked the Cyclones to win their second round matchup with UAB in this year’s NCAA Tournament. The Jayhawks, presumably, also figured that Iowa State would prevail...
Via College Spun
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

96 Percent Of Yahoo Bracket Submissions Had Iowa State Beating UAB

Coming off of a crazy run to win the Big 12 Tournament, South Region three seed Iowa State was an attractive pick to edge out Duke and Gonzaga and make a Final Four run. 96% of brackets on Yahoo and 95% on ESPN had the Cyclones beating 14 seed UAB in the first round, and 15% of Yahoo brackets had the Cyclones making it to the Final Four. There are a lot of disappointed basketball...
Via College Spun
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

The Birthing of a New Legacy: Can Fred Hoiberg Use the NCAA Tournament to Enhance His Mythology At Iowa State?

Duke was not Duke until Mike Krzyzewski helped make it so. The same could be said for UConn with the help of Jim Calhoun and a few other programs that we view today as powerhouses in college basketball. While Duke and UConn are widely accepted today as college hoops royalty, there was a time when neither were all that and a bag of chips. Great things aren’t just born great ...
Via The Student Section
March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Iowa State Fans Chant “Jamie Pollard” In Honor Of AD, Who Had Heart Attack This Week

It’s been an emotional week for Iowa State Athletics. Monday, the school’s AD, Jamie Pollard, suffered a heart attack while attending his daughters’ track meet. Tuesday night, he underwent triple bypass surgery. So as the Cyclones took the court Thursday to start the defense of their conference tournament title, needless to say, they had a lot of their minds. Saturday night...
Via College Spun
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Monte Morris Caps Iowa State Comeback Over Texas

The Texas Longhorns had a big lead pretty much all night against the Iowa State Cyclones in the Big 12 tournament. It was looking like Texas was on their way to cementing an NCAA tournament bid as they held a 10 point lead with 3:35 remaining. Then Texas decided to go all out Texas. Iowa State started chipping away. After four free throws, back to back 3s around a Texas turnover...
Via The Student Section
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

It appears Brent Musburger laid a wager on Oklahoma-Iowa State

This is one of the reasons why we miss Brent Musburger on the main ESPN college football game. Late in the action during Monday’s Oklahoma-Iowa State game, a gambling reference made its way into the discussion between Brent and his partner, Fran Fraschilla. With 31.9 seconds left and the Cyclones up by six, there was an out-of-bounds call that led Fraschilla to say, “I know...
Via Awful Announcing
March 03, 2015  |  Discuss
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