We have lost two starters off a team picked in the middle of the conference. Bill had settled on a seven player rotation with little playing time for the others. I fear we may not be competitive in league play and loath going through a season of losing WBB. I'd prefer this was the open date so Bill would have more time. We played NU last year the first game Medders was out and without time to make adjustments - we did not fare well. The glimmer of hope here is that Anderson is a pretty good player in her own right and Amanda been fantastic at times. Today will be a good demo since NU has a strong front line and will test the paint.
“We’ve got a pretty good football conference, and we’ve got a pretty good conference overall. We’re still walking around with our heads held high and our chest out, about that.” Paul Rhoads
Will either of them be back before the end of the year?
With torn ACLs? No way.
Green hills for thy throne, and for crown a golden melody/Ringing in the hearts of all who bring thee love and loyalty/Dear Alma Mater, make our spirits great
True and valiant like the bells of I-O-WA STATE!
Iowa State: Anyone who's a true college basketball fan needs to see a game at Hilton Coliseum. Nice is in the DNA of Iowans and the fans here are particularly gracious -- even when the home team loses but gives a great effort, they are appreciative.
ESPN.com picked Hilton Coliseum as the "Hot Arena" in the Big 12...coaches in the league noted that, "regardless of talent, the Cyclones have a home court like no other."
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