Iowa State pulls away in exhibition win

Sports

November 5th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Iowa State broke away from a four point lead early in the second half with a 23-0 run as they beat Minnesota State 90-57 in an exhibition game in Ames. The Cyclones started quickly before letting Minnesota State back in the game. Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg said the Cyclones played well for a good portion of the game, but Hoiberg said they need to work on playing an entire game as they prepare for Friday’s season opener against Southern University. Tyus McGee led five Cyclones in double figuires with 16 points. Korie Lecious added 15 and ISU finished 15 of 29 from three point range.