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Report: Niang to return for senior season

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 Georges Niang is coming back for his final year. The Iowa State junior forward told ESPN's Jeff Goodman he'll remain in Ames for his senior season.

Niang averaged 15.3 points, 5.4 assists, and 3.4 rebounds for the Cyclones last season, while picking up 3rd team All-American honors.

Iowa State will likely open next season as a top ten program, returning 4 starters in Niang, Naz Long, Jameel McKay, and Monte Morris. ISU also adds transfers Deonte Burton (Marquette) and Halice Cooke (Oregon State).

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