The Iowa State women lost on the road to Missouri by a score of 66 to 56. Nicky Wieben paced the Cyclones with 14 points while Toccara Ross was the team leader in rebounds with 10. The lost drops ISU to 13-2 on the season and 1-1 in conference play. LINK to the article over at cyclones.com
I'm sure that was fueled by some major frustration. I've got a feeling that the girls are going to be putting some extra effort into practice this week.
I wouldn't be surprised if he had them running steps at Trice
Hopefully they'll bear down and keep digging. From everything I've had the chance to read, they could still put together a very very nice season.
I was kinda surprised to read Bill saying this is the worst coached team he has ever had. Maybe it was just a frustrated moment for him.
Maybe he's trying to light a fire under their butts. DMRag
I wouldn't make a lot of that comment from Fennelly. If you ever listen to his radio interviews after a game he's always saying things like, "we weren't prepared and that's my failure as a coach. etc, etc."
The comment is actually kind of laughable because the "worst-coached" Iowa State women's basketball teams is still one of the best coached teams in the Big 12.
(This isn't meant to be some Bill Fennelly love-fest on my part. I'm still a little sick to my stomach we lost that game. Thank goodness the men won, or I'd be a totally bummed Cyclone right now.)
Last edited by fulll02; 01-06-2007 at 10:31 PM.
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