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Iowa State Men’s Basketball signs a transfer from Troy University

Iowa State Men's Basketball signs a transfer from Troy University

ISU Men’s Basketball Media Day

Iowa State Basketball Media Day and it is the fourth season in Ames for Steve Prohm as the Cyclones try to bounce back from a 13 and 18 season in 2018 in which Iowa State finished last in the Big 12 Conference.

Ryder Cup Teams honor slain ISU Golfer

The European and United States Ryder Cup teams will both wear yellow ribbons during this week’s match-play in memory of Celia Barquin Arozamena

ISU’s Assalley earns Groza honor

The sophomore walk-on booted four field goals on four attempts in Iowa State’s 26-13 win over Akron. Assalley hit from 27, 29, 33, and 37 yards and added two extra points in the victory.

Wolverines Calm the Storm

The Denver Cyclones start the 2018 season wanting to build off of their state quarterfinal appearance and 9-2 record. On the other side, the Dike-New Hartford Wolverines are ready to bounce back from a disappointing 6-4 season.

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TRACKING: Sunshine today, chance of storms through Memorial Day

TRACKING: Sunshine today, chance of storms through Memorial Day

Beautiful today, but active weather means you should stay weather aware through the holiday weekend.

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State Track Day 1 Early Highlights

Eastern Iowa track stars shined on the Blue Oval at Drake stadium on Day 1 of the Coed-State Track meet.

Mayor’s 20th annual Fun & Fitness Run

Waterloo Mayor, Quentin Hart, hosted the 20th annual Mayor’s Fun & Fitness Run this week in downtown Waterloo. It’s an

Kernels game rained out—play two Tuesday at Timber Rattlers

GRAND CHUTE, WIS. – The Cedar Rapids Kernels and the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers were rained out Monday at Neuroscience Group

Lisa Bluder and senior Megan Gustafson named 2019 Citizen Naismith Coach and Player of the Year

Gustafson is the first ever Hawkeye to win the Citizen Naismith Trophy.

Michigan State knocks off Duke 68-67 to make Final Four

The do-everything point guard took over the game when his team faced its biggest deficit and led second-seeded Michigan State