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    Sons of former ISU Players?

    In the last half of the 1970's we had an O.L. by the name of
    Tim Stonerook,Does that seem right?? Now there is a Grant
    Stonerook, DE from Colorado that has ISU at the top of his
    list, 2009.Is this father and son??
    Also there is a Alex Urquhart listed as an athlete, 2009 from
    Kansas, we are on his list . Was there a B-Ball player of the
    same last name that can on a full ride, not athletic, and played
    B-Ball?? I think he was a SF or SG maybe 6-4, 6-5.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Marc had the first ever triple double at ISU. Class act who played for Johnny Orr.


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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Quote Originally Posted by FLYBOY1979 View Post
    In the last half of the 1970's we had an O.L. by the name of
    Tim Stonerook,Does that seem right?? Now there is a Grant
    Stonerook, DE from Colorado that has ISU at the top of his
    list, 2009.Is this father and son??
    Also there is a Alex Urquhart listed as an athlete, 2009 from
    Kansas, we are on his list . Was there a B-Ball player of the
    same last name that can on a full ride, not athletic, and played
    B-Ball?? I think he was a SF or SG maybe 6-4, 6-5.
    Tim lettered from 78 thru 80. Tom (brother, I believe) lettered from 76 thru 78. I'm not sure, but I would assume that they are at least related to Grant.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Quote Originally Posted by FLYBOY1979 View Post
    Also there is a Alex Urquhart listed as an athlete, 2009 from
    Kansas, we are on his list . Was there a B-Ball player of the
    same last name that can on a full ride, not athletic, and played
    B-Ball?? I think he was a SF or SG maybe 6-4, 6-5.
    Marc Urquhart was on the bball team on a medical scholly. I believe he was introducted recently at an event in Hilton as Dr. Marc Urquhart. Don't know if there is a connection.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Quote Originally Posted by lmsoup View Post
    Marc had the first ever triple double at ISU. Class act who played for Johnny Orr.
    Yes, and judging by the way he looked and played at the alumni game, I'm guessing he still plays quite a bit of ball.


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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Urquhart played from like 86-89. If I remember correctly he was a starter, but mostly a role player. Except for the triple double game.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Urqhart is a great person and a great story. He really was an overachiever.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    How about Darius Stevens? He is a stud. I saw him play at an AAU tourney in Milwaukee, he would be a good pick up in a few years.

    Oh he is Barry Stevens son for the slow ones out there that couldn't make that connection.



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    Re: Sons of former ISU Players?

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneroyce View Post
    Urquhart played from like 86-89. If I remember correctly he was a starter, but mostly a role player. Except for the triple double game.
    Now THERE'S a blast from the past.

    I don't know why I don't have him on my "best under-rated" list.

    It would be cool to have his kid on the team. Especially if he's anything like his dad (guts, heart and gumption.)


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