DPNL. Jay Jordan joined DPNL for a deep dive into the football roster.
CLASSIC CYCLONES. Jared takes us back to the 1961-62 basketball season.
GOLF OUTING! Make sure you get registered for the first ever Actually Helping Farmers golf outing on July 20th!
NEVER TOO EARLY A look at the point guard situation for the women’s basketball team next season.
NICE SEASON The softball team’s breakout season ended on Sunday with a 4-3 loss in the NISC championship game.
STAYING PRO Bridget Carleton is living her dream as a member of the Connecticut Sun.
STAYING IN. Lindell Wigginton will not be returning to Iowa State next season.
KINNEY FINSHES THE YEAR. Tripp Kinney finished the year scoring a 302 on the weekend.
Tripp Kinney cards a final-round 82 for a 72-hole 302 total. What an experience for the Waukee, Iowa native to play on the final day of stroke play at the NCAA Championship. #CyclONEnation #NCAAGolf— Iowa State Men’s Golf (@CycloneMGOLF) May 27, 2019
NICE HIT A helmetless Torey Krug has provided the hit of the playoffs in the Bruins’ Game 1 Finals win.
EVEREST DEATHS CLIMB 11 people have died near the summit of Mt. Everest in the last 10 days.
GET WELL SOON Cavs Owner Dan Gilbert suffered a stroke on Sunday and is recovering.
SPEAKING OF CAVS. They have way too many ties to the NBA finals, it is unreal.
36 straight NBA Finals have included at least one player who played with @SHAQ— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 27, 2019
He played with Toronto's Danny Green in Cleveland in 2009-10. #SCFacts pic.twitter.com/UvLCAWQUK1
SKIPPING COLLEGE. One of the nation’s top recruits is skipping college for overseas.
Widely considered a Top 5 pick in the 2020 #NBA draft @RjHampton14 announces NZ signing live on @GetUpESPN this morning pic.twitter.com/JLcv6ymtnj— SKYCITY Breakers NZ (@NZBreakers) May 28, 2019