• Fanatics -

    Thank you for your patience today and welcome to the newest version of Cyclone Fanatic!

    Most of the changes we have made are very simple, but will greatly improve your user experience while visiting the website.

    We have upgraded our forum software to speed things up. Our homepage is much cleaner and should be even more mobile friendly than before.

    We appreciate your loyalty and are committed to not only keeping Cyclone Fanatic in tip-top shape, but continuing to build this community for the next decade and beyond.

    We ask that if you are experiences any glitches to let us know in this thread . Will will be diligently working on the site all day.

    Thanks again.

    Chris Williams - Publisher

Niang ends up playing in night one of CCL action

Contrary to reports that Iowa State sophomore Georges Niang would miss the first two weeks due to the broken foot that he suffered in March, the forward led his Renaissance Granite team to a 96-93 victory over the Walnut Creek YMCA.

Niang chucked 24 shots, scored 29 points with 11 rebounds in the night one victory. His Cyclone teammate, walk-on Kourtlin Jackson, notably had 23 points and 14 rebounds in the win.  

Marquette transfer Jameel McKay scored 20 points with 14 rebounds in the loss for the YMCA. Notably, Oregon State transfer Hallice Cooke (who also plays for the YMCA) did not play on Sunday evening.

CLICK HERE to view the game’s complete box score. 

Long drops 40

Naz Long dropped a vintage Capital City League box score in night one action. The junior went 7-for-20 from 3-point range while leading Phoenix Renewable Resources to a 108-105 victory over Coca-Cola. Fellow Cyclone Daniel Edozie scored three points in the win. Long was joined by former Drake Bulldog Richard Carter, who scored 27, for Phoenix.

Sherron Dorsey-Walker led Coca-Cola with 27 points. Dustin Hogue had 22 and 11 in the loss.

CLICK HERE to view this game’s complete box score. 

Custer makes strong debut

A new face to Fred Hoiberg’s program, freshman guard Clayton Custer, made a strong debut in the Capital City League on Sunday night. The rookie out of Kansas led Capital Orthopaedics with 29 points in a 112-98 rout of ADIO Chiropractic. Custer went 12-for-20 on 2-point attempts in the win. He also had eight rebounds and eight assists. 

Custer’s teammate, junior forward Abdel Nader scored 26 points and went off for 20 rebounds in the win too. Nader notably dished out seven assists. 

Neither of ADIO Chiropractic’s two Cyclones, Monte Morris nor Matt Thomas, were in attendance. 

CLICK HERE to view this game’s complete box score. 

Recent Posts