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Lipsey Earns CSC Academic All-America Honors


April 17th, 2024 by Asa Lucas

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State sophomore point guard Tamin Lipsey has been named to the College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-America Second Team, the organization announced Wednesday morning.

Lipsey is just the eighth Cyclone men’s basketball player to be named a CSC Academic All-American and just the third to do so in the same season as being named an All-American on the floor. He joins Fred Hoiberg (1995) and Melvin Ejim (2014), as both were named an All-American by Basketball Times. Lipsey is the first player in school history to earn AP All-America and CSC Academic All-America honors in the same season.

The award recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom. Student-athletes must have a 3.5 cumulative GPA and the proper athletic accomplishments to make the ballot. Lipsey was previously named to the Academic All-District® team and advanced to the national ballot.

All student-athletes are required to have one year in residence or be a transfer to be eligible for the team. Lipsey was the only sophomore selected to the 15-member team.

Lipsey was a finalist for the Naismith National Defensive Player of the Year, the Lefty Driesell Defensive Player of the Year and the Lute Olson National Player of the Year. He was also selected to the Big 12 Championship All-Tournament team after leading the Cyclones to their sixth Big 12 Championship. He was also named an NABC First Team All-District selection. Lipsey has also been named to the All-Big 12 First Team and Big 12 All-Defensive Team this season.

Lipsey averaged 12.4 points, 4.9 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 2.7 steals this year. He is one of 17 players in the country, and the first in Big 12 history, to average those numbers since 1996-97. Lipsey had a school-record steal streak of 34-straight games snapped this season. It was the second longest streak in the country. He has a steal in 66 of the 69 games he has played.

Tyrese Haliburton Named to USA Basketball Olympic Team


April 17th, 2024 by Asa Lucas

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Former Iowa State Cyclone Tyrese Haliburton has been named to the 2024 USA Men’s National Team roster for the Paris Olympics. The 12-member team will compete at the Olympic Games Paris 2024, set for July 26-Aug. 11, 2024. The team was selected by USA Basketball Men’s National Team managing director Grant Hill and approved by the USA Basketball Board of Directors.

This will be the fourth time Haliburton has appeared on a USA Basketball roster, as he was a member of the FIBA World Cup team last summer, U19 World Cup team in 2019 and the U.S. Select Team in 2021. A reigning two-time NBA All-Star, Haliburton made the all-tournament team after winning gold in 2019, while the 2021 USA Select Team trained alongside the 2021 USA Men’s National Team prior to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The team is highlighted by 12 athletes with extensive USA Basketball experience including three-time Olympic champion Kevin Durant (Phoenix Suns) and the NBA’s all-time scoring leader LeBron James (Los Angeles Lakers), who owns a pair of Olympic gold medals.

In addition to Durant and James, the 2024 USA Men’s National Team features Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat), Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns), Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors), Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers), Anthony Edwards (Minnesota Timberwolves), Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers), Jrue Holiday (Boston Celtics), Kawhi Leonard (L.A. Clippers) and Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics).

The squad boasts a combined 11 Olympic appearances and owns 10 Olympic gold medals as well as three FIBA World Cup titles. In total, the U.S. will take 12 NBA All-Stars, four NBA MVPs and six NBA champions to Paris.

“It’s an honor to introduce the 2024 USA Basketball Men’s National Team,” Hill said. “I’m grateful to these 12 men for their commitment to represent USA Basketball. The United States is home to some of the best basketball players in the world and I appreciate the vast interest in being part of this roster. These decisions weren’t easy, but it was a pleasure to go through the process and reach this outcome.

USA Basketball will commence training camp on July 6 in Las Vegas. Following the game vs. Canada, the Americans will embark on an international training window that begins when the USA hosts Australia and Serbia on July 15 and 17, respectively, at Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi. Australia and Serbia will also face off on July 18 in Abu Dhabi.

As part of Group C, the American men will face Serbia on July 28, South Sudan on July 31 and the winner of the Olympic Qualifying Tournament (OQT) in Puerto Rico on Aug. 3 in the first round of the Olympic tournament. The 5-on-5 Olympic basketball group phase will take place in Lille, France, before the tournament moves to Paris for knockout and medal rounds.


Cyclones with USA Basketball
1959 – Gary Thompson (Pan American Games)
1979 – Joe Ashley (U.S. Olympic Festival)
1985 – Jeff Grayer (U.S. Olympic Festival)
1988 – Jeff Grayer (Seoul Olympics)
1989 – Victor Alexander (World University Games)
2000 – Jamaal Tinsley (U.S. Select Team)
2001 – Marcus Fizer (Goodwill Games)
2009 – Craig Brackins (World University Games)
2019 – Tyrese Haliburton (U19 World Cup)
2021 – Tyrese Haliburton (U.S. Select Team)
2023 – Omaha Biliew (U19 World Cup)
2023 – Tyrese Haliburton (FIBA World Cup)
2024 – Tyrese Haliburton (Paris Olympics)

Caitlin Clark introduced in Indianapolis


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Former Iowa star Caitlin Clark says the chance to join the Indiana Fever was part of her decision to forgo an additional year at Iowa. The Fever made the two-time national player of the year the first pick in Monday’s WNBA Draft. Clark was introduced this morning in Indianapolis.

Clark feels Indianapolis is a perfect fit for her and goes beyond what she hopes to accomplish on the court.

Clark led the nation in scoring and assists this past season at Iowa and knows there will be an adjustment to the WNBA.

Clark has spearheaded record ratings and crowds at the collegiate level and accepts the pressure that comes with it.

Clark joins a young but talented Indiana roster that is hungry for success. The Fever have not made the playoffs since 2016.

Besides starting her pro career Clark also hopes to be named to the U-S team that will compete in the Olympics in Paris.

High School Track results from Tuesday April 16th


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs



18. Nodaway Valley (3 points)





11. Nodaway Valley (22 points)

•Ava Graham, shot put (11.34m) & discus throw (36.53m)




High School Girls Golf results from Tuesday April 16th


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

Red Oak 201 Sidney 244 Fremont-Mills 295

Medalist: Addey Lydon, Red Oak (46)


Logan-Magnolia 232 Woodbine NTS 

Medalist: Brooke Johnsen, Logan-Magnolia (55)

High School Boys Golf results from Tuesday April 16th


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs


Woodbine 173, Logan-Magnolia 195

Medalist: Cody Dickinson, Woodbine (40)


Sidney 180 Red Oak 195 Fremont-Mills 207

Medalist: Will Bryant, Sidney (42)



1. Lewis Central

2. Jack Larsen (71)

3. Nate Baetke (76)

9. Ethan Peterson (79)


High School Tennis results from Tuesday April 16th


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs


Shenandoah 9, Red Oak 0

High School Soccer results from Tuesday April 16th


April 17th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs


Glenwood 10, Red Oak 0

Tri-Center 5, AHSTW 1

Riverside 4, Missouri Valley 3 – 2 OT/PK



Treynor 2, Harlan 0

Skutt Catholic 2, Lewis Central 1

Tri-Center 10, AHSTW 3

Missouri Valley 2, Riverside 0

CAM Cougars Boys Golf Update with Coach Joe Wollum


April 16th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

CAM Cougar boys golf season got off to a slow start but has picked up as the season progressed.

Coach Joe Wollum had this to say on how the season has been going so far.

Coach Wollum elaborated on how well the individuals have been competing this year.

Coach Wollum says there is going to be some tough competition in the Rolling Valley Conference’s coming up later in the season.

Coach Wollum says he thinks the team is getting closer to their goals and expectations and hopes they achieve them at their conference meet next Monday.

The Cougars next golf meet will be Monday April 22nd in Rolling Valley Conference Meet at the Coon Rapids Golf Course, they will take on Boyer Valley, Coon Rapids-Bayard, Exira-EHK, Glidden-Ralston and Woodbine. That conference meet will get underway at 4:00 p.m.



CAM Cougar Girls Golf update


April 16th, 2024 by Seth Tiegs

The CAM Cougars girl’s golf team is coming off a tough loss to Boyer Valley and West Central Valley but CAM Senior Jenna Platt shot 55, ended up with being the medalist on the day. This is Platts first ever time being a medalist in her high school career. The Cougars only have three out for golf this season. These three golfers are new beginners to the game of golf this year. They have been working on their game throughout the season and are looking to learn as much as they can under coach Joe Wollum.

Coach Wollum thinks the new golfers have been doing a tremendous job this season and hopes things continue improve.

Coach Wollum talked about his experiences on coaching the three new golfers.

Coach Wollum elaborated what it felt like when Senior Jenna Platt won her first medal as a golfer.

Coach Wollum commented on what his main focus as a coach is for the rest of the season.

The next CAM Girls golf meet will be Monday April 22nd in a Rolling Valley Conference meet at the Carroll Country Club, where they will take on Boyer Valley, Woodbine, Coon Rapids-Bayard and Glidden-Ralston. That conference meet will start at 4:00 p.m.