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ISU Basketball lands Colorado State transfer

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Iowa State lands Colorado State transfer

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Former Black Hawk Boeser named Calder Trophy finalist

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Former Waterloo Black Hawks forward Brock Boeser has been named as one of three finalists for the National Hockey League's Calder Trophy, given annually to the rookie of the year.

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Iowa State cancels Spring Football Game

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Due to poor weather conditions forecasted for the Ames area on Saturday, April 14, the 2018 Cyclone Gridiron Club Spring Football Game has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

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Moe tallies shut-out as Waterloo evens series with Lincoln

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Jared Moe stopped everything that came his way. The goaltender picked up just the 12th playoff shut-out in Waterloo Black Hawks' junior hockey history as they took down Lincoln 3-0 to even up the Western Division semifinals at one game apiece.

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Zach Johnson takes 5th at Texas Open

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Zach Johnson came up a bit short on Sunday. The 12-time winner on the PGA tour dropped four spots on the leaderboard to finish fifth on the final day of the Valero Texas Open.

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Zach Johnson shoots 65, ties for Valero Texas Open lead

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Zach Johnson got hot on Friday, shooting a seven-under par 65, while climbing to the top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the Valero Texas Open. Johnson sits tied with Ryan Moore at -9 for the tournament. The day started on the back-nine and saw Johnson score four straight birdies from the 12th through 15th holes. His best shot of the day came out of a greenside bunker on the par 4 5th hole. Johnson hit a blind shot from well below the the green that rolled to the bottom of the... More>>

Former Cedar Falls stand-out Tra'von Fagan commits to Buffalo

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Tra'von Fagan will continue his basketball career at the University of Buffalo. The former Cedar Falls Tiger spent the last season as a freshman playing junior college ball at Florida Southwestern State College. Fagan averaged 9.5 points in just over 14 minutes per game last season.

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ISU's Cameron Lard charged with possession of drug paraphernalia

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Iowa State redshirt freshman Cameron Lard is facing a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. The charge, first reported by the Ames Tribune, stems from a traffic stop in February according to online court records. 

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Dubuque tops Green Bay 5-1 to sweep opening playoff series Video included

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints scored the first four goals on Tuesday night as they took down Green Bay 5-1. The win gave Dubuque a 2-0 series sweep and advanced them to the Eastern Conference semifinals.

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Former Coe star Jackson to retire as a Bill

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Former Coe running back Fred Jackson will sign a one-day contract with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday so he can retire as a member of the team. Jackson spent eight of his nine NFL seasons in Buffalo where he rushed for more than 5,500 yards with 30 touchdowns. 

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Dubuque tops Green Bay 3-1 to open USHL playoffs Video included

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints rallied from a second period deficit to defeat Green Bay 3-1 in game one of their opening round playoff series. The Saints put themselves in a position to close out the series Tuesday night.

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Black Hawks' Finkelstein earns fifth honor

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Waterloo Black Hawk defenseman Ben Finkelstein claimed his fifth USHL Defenseman of the Week honor on Monday after a big weekend that helped the team capture the Anderson Cup as the league's regular season champions.

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Former Hawkeye Brady Ellingson transfers to Drake

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Brady Ellingson is headed to Des Moines to play for coach Darian DeVries and the Drake Bulldogs. Ellingson announced in March that he was leaving the Iowa program, on Monday he confirmed on his twitter account that Drake is the destination.

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UNI Softball falls to Iowa State

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 UNI Panthers' (20-16, 5-5) dropped a back-and-forth effort to the Iowa State Cyclones (19-24, 1-8) on Thursday night, losing 10-7 in eight innings. Northern Iowa Panthers vs. Iowa State Cyclones | Final Score – L, 10-7 Brooke Craig got the start for UNI against intrastate foe Iowa State. Craig went two innings, while striking out two and allowing 3 runs (all three earned). After allowing a leadoff single to the Cyclones in the first, Craig was able to strikeout the seco... More>>

Iowa State Athletics to undergo major facilities project Video included

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The Iowa State Athletics Department received permission from the Board of Regents at its meeting today to continue with planning for the creation of a sports performance center, an expansion of the Bergstrom Football Complex, an improved Jack Trice Stadium north entrance as well as new team areas for several Olympic sports.

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Green Bay Packers visit Camp Courageous Video included

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Current players Ty Montgomery, Kenny Clark, and Blake Martinez made a grand entrance on the Camp Courageous miniature railroad, joined by Packer legends Rob Davis, Antonio Freeman, and Bubba Franks. None seemed surprised by the huge turnout.

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Clarke takes two from Waldorf in college baseball Tuesday

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Clarke University sweeps Waldorf in a non-conference college baseball doubleheader Tuesday at Forest City. 

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  • Alaska Olympic games pay homage to hunting, survival skills

    Alaska Olympic games pay homage to hunting, survival skills

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 1:38 PM EDT2018-04-25 17:38:29 GMT
    (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen). This Jan. 18, 2018, photo shows a type of decorative ball that organizers use in most kicking events in Native Youth Olympics Games in Juneau, Alaska. The high school state championships in Native Youth Olympics will be held b...(AP Photo/Mark Thiessen). This Jan. 18, 2018, photo shows a type of decorative ball that organizers use in most kicking events in Native Youth Olympics Games in Juneau, Alaska. The high school state championships in Native Youth Olympics will be held b...
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  • Commission: Independent probes needed in complex NCAA cases

    Commission: Independent probes needed in complex NCAA cases

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 1:38 PM EDT2018-04-25 17:38:24 GMT
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    It's time for independent investigations for complex cases involving potential NCAA rules violations.More >>
  • The Latest: NBA, players union noncommittal on draft changes

    The Latest: NBA, players union noncommittal on draft changes

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 1:32 PM EDT2018-04-25 17:32:43 GMT
    (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File). FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2016, file photo, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice speaks during a luncheon at the NCAA Convention in San Antonio. College basketball spent an entire season operating amid a federal corruption...(AP Photo/Eric Gay, File). FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2016, file photo, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice speaks during a luncheon at the NCAA Convention in San Antonio. College basketball spent an entire season operating amid a federal corruption...
    Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tells NCAA leaders that the crisis in college basketball is "first and foremost a problem of failed accountability and lax responsibility.".More >>
    Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tells NCAA leaders that the crisis in college basketball is "first and foremost a problem of failed accountability and lax responsibility.".More >>
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