Iowa St. Rumors & News

  • Iowa State, Prohm land top-150 big-man recruit

    Des Moines Register "Iowa State men’s basketball coach Steve Prohm took another step in addressing future big-man depth concerns Wednesday. KeyShawn Feazell, a 6-foot-9 forward from Mississippi, accepted the Cyclones’ scholarship offer. On social media, Feazell wrote: “I’ve decided to further my education and..." August 24

  • Signee Lard not currently enrolled

    Ames Tribune "Iowa State signee Cameron Lard is not currently enrolled at ISU, according to the school’s Office of the Registrar. Today marks the first day of classes of the 2016 fall semester at ISU. Lard committed to the Cyclones in November and signed with the school in April, but did not attend..." August 23

  • Iowa State's Lard not enrolled in classes

    Ames Tribune "Iowa State signee Cameron Lard is not currently enrolled at ISU, according to the school’s Office of the Registrar. Today marks the first day of classes of the 2016 fall semester at ISU. Lard committed to the Cyclones in November and signed with the school in April, but did not attend..." August 22

  • Milwaukee Riverside standout Terrence Lewis will play basketball at Iowa State

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Terrence Lewis called it an easy choice. The Milwaukee Riverside boys basketball standout announced his commitment to Iowa State on Tuesday afternoon at the high school’s gym. The 6-foot-6 wing chose the Cyclones after narrowing his final four to also include Marquette, UNLV and..." August 10

  • Nevada's Cooke ends career due to heart issue, returns to Iowa State

    Reno Gazette-Journal "Wolf Pack guard Hallice Cooke was playing a pickup basketball game this summer at the L.A. Fitness in New Jersey when, after scoring a bucket and running down court, he got lightheaded and passed out. Cooke awoke a few seconds later and jumped right back into playing like nothing was wrong...." July 30

  • Tennessee forward Ray Kasongo to transfer to Iowa State

    Iowa State Daily "Tennessee transfer Ray Kasongo committed to Iowa State on Saturday. The 6-foot-8 junior made his announcement via Twitter after visiting Iowa State earlier in the week. " June 19

  • Iowa State's prized recruit Malou to stay in NBA Draft

    Des Moines Register "Iowa State’s most decorated recruit in its incoming class won’t ever make it to Ames. Emmanuel Malou has decided to remain in the NBA Draft and not come to Iowa State. ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla was the first to report the news. Daniel Moldovan, an agent with Entersport Management Inc.,..." May 11

  • Iowa State picks up graduate transfer Merrill Holden

    Des Moines Register "With big man recruit Emmanuel Malou's NCAA status still a mystery, Iowa State picked up some guaranteed help for next season. On Saturday, Louisiana Tech graduate transfer Merrill Holden announced his plans to join the Cyclones. The 6-foot-8, 220-pound native of Chicago averaged 8.1 points..." May 08

  • Iowa State's Deonte Burton withdraws from NBA Draft

    Des Moines Register "Iowa State inside-outside offensive threat Deonte Burton has withdrawn from the NBA Draft and will return for his final season in Ames, the Register has confirmed. Burton is a key member of next season's squad, offering a much-needed presence inside despite his 6-foot-4 height. Burton, who..." May 04

  • Backup guard Hallice Cooke transferring out of Iowa State

    Des Moines Register "How Steve Prohm divvies up backcourt minutes now that Hallice Cooke’s transfer finally is official depends on whether Iowa State’s active roster next season includes 6-foot-9 forward Emmanuel Malou. With him, and the Cyclones likely start point guard Monte Morris, Matt Thomas, Naz Mitrou-Long..." May 03

  • Iowa State's Mitrou-Long granted medical hardship waiver

    The Score "Iowa State guard Naz Mitrou-Long has been granted a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA, making him eligible to return to the Cyclones next season. Mitrou-Long missed all but eight games of the 2015-16 season due to injuries to both hips." April 29

  • Monte Morris announces return to Iowa State for senior season

    Des Moines Register "Monte Morris announces return to Iowa State for senior season, won't enter 2016 NBA Draft Iowa State junior point guard Monte Morris will return to the Cyclones for his senior season, announced in a release issued by the school Friday morning. Morris will not enter his name into the NBA..." April 09

  • Virginia's strong start knocks out Iowa State

    The Sports Xchange "CHICAGO -- Virginia guard Malcolm Brogdon peered into the stands before the opening tipoff on Friday and noticed that the bulk of the crowd consisted of Iowa State fans. "It's something you take notice of," Brogdon said. "It was like a home game for them more than anything. But that's..." March 25

  • Iowa State avoids Purdue's fate against Little Rock

    The Sports Xchange "DENVER -- Arkansas-Little Rock stopped Purdue's big men to post an improbable upset on Thursday, but the Trojans were no match for Georges Niang. Niang scored 28 points, Matt Thomas had 16 and fourth-seeded Iowa State beat No. 12 Little Rock 78-61 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament's..." March 19

  • Hield, Sooners top Niang, Cyclones in classic

    The Sports Xchange "KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It was a game that lived up to the hype, then exceeded it. Buddy Hield scored 39 points, including 21 in the second half, as the sixth-ranked Sooners held on to defeat 21st-ranked Iowa State 79-76 Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Conference tournament at Sprint..." March 11

  • Iowa State men land another Northern Illinois transfer

    Des Moines Register "With one Northern Illinois transfer on his way out, the Iowa State men’s basketball team added another with a verbal commitment Thursday evening. Darrell Bowie, a 6-foot-7-inch wing originally from Milwaukee, plans on joining the Cyclones next season as a graduate transfer. He'll be following..." March 08

  • No.1 Kansas hangs on for win

    The Sports Xchange "LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Perry Ellis was not about to lose in his final home game for No. 1 Kansas on Saturday. The senior forward dove to grab a loose ball with the Jayhawks clinging to a one-point lead, then passed to junior guard Wayne Selden, who delivered a perfect bounce pass underneath to..." March 05

  • Iowa State's Monte Morris Is the Ultimate Giver on and off the Court

    Bleacher Report "Eleven tractor trailers filled with gallons of water jugs and water bottles pulled up to a food bank in Flint, Michigan, at 10 a.m. on Feb. 18. The No. 11, the jersey number of Iowa State point guard Monte Morris, was painted on the side of a red-colored trailer at the front of the..." March 04

  • Niang leads No. 21 Cyclones to emotional win over Cowboys

    The Sports Xchange "Georges Niang warned that he might cry on Iowa State's Senior Night. And he did. Then Niang, the winningest player in Cyclones history, ditched the soft side and got tough on Oklahoma State, adding to his legacy in 21st-ranked Iowa State's 58-50 win at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa...." February 29