Cyclone Greats and their Jersey Number

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  1. heitclone

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    Wow nice job, theres so many guys on there I loved growing up. Lafesters game against the Hawks was one of my favorite Cyclone memories.
     
  2. J-Diggy

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    42 was also the one and only Kenny Pratt. Best 6'2" power forward I've ever seen.
     
  3. theshadow

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    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
    00 - Gintare Cipinyte
    4 - Stacy Frese, Alison Lacey
    5 - Nicky Wieben

    10 - Erica Junod
    11 - Mary Fox, Kelsey Bolte
    12 - Erica Haugen, Anne O'Neil
    13 - Lindsey Wilson
    14 - Lyndsey Medders
    15 - Heather Ezell

    20 - Kate Bauman
    21 - Katie Robinette
    22 - Tracy Gahan
    23 - Sarah Robson
    24 - Julie Hand

    30 - Faye Perkins
    31 - Megan Ronhovde
    32 - Angie Welle
    35 - Kelly Cizek

    41 - Toccara Ross
    42 - Tonya Burns
    43 - Mary Cofield
    44 - Jocelyn Anderson
    45 - Monica Huelman

    50 - Carmen Jaspers
    51 - Megan Taylor
    52 - Janel Grimm
    53 - Jayme Olson
    55 - Anna Prins*
     
  4. Gnomeborg

    Gnomeborg Well-Known Member

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    can we just go ahead and put Harrison Barnes in at 40?

    *ducks*
     
  5. CYISFLY

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    Jeff Hornacek was a total assist machine. Many good memories watching him on the hardwood. Also went on to have a great NBA career with the Jazz.
     
  6. swammi

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    Was RJ Sumrall #4 ?
     
  7. rworkman83

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    #5.
     
  8. CyDude16

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    Mosman and Florzak don't get a nod?:wink::yes:
     
  9. Bigguns

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    Cedric Linewood #29
     
  10. Bigguns

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    #73 Tony Booth
     
  11. brother bob

    brother bob Well-Known Member

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    If my understanding is right #30 in football also belongs to the Mike Cox and IS the only Cyclone Jersey to be retired!
     
  12. theshadow

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    Yes, but one could argue that Heileman was a better #30 because he was taken in the NFL Draft.

    Cox's number isn't retired because of his athletic accomplishments. The stories I've heard indicate that it was a unilateral move by Clay Stapleton, because he felt that Cox was the embodiment of a "student-athlete." And since you can't really unretire a number, that's that.

    There's a very good chance that #28 won't be worn at ISU again, either. Nobody has for 10 years running, now.
     
  13. ETL2424

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    I would also include:

    #1 Omar Bynum
    #21 Shane Power (If you're going to put Adam Haluska on here, Shane Power most definitely belongs on here).
    #22 Damion Staple
    #23 Doug Collins
    #31 Donnell Bivens
    #33 Phil Kunz
    #42 Kenny Pratt
    #50 Marc Carlson
     
  14. WalkingCY

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    #30 Now needs to go to Mr. Royce White

    [​IMG]

    What a great Cyclone!
     
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  15. WalkingCY

    WalkingCY Well-Known Member

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    Knott and Klein will be added to this list shortly:

    Here's to an ALL-American Season out of these two along with one of the Best ISU FB seasons ever.

    #20 and #47

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  16. WalkingCY

    WalkingCY Well-Known Member

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    Interesting, never knew of this on the FB side of things.

    But Royce has to be #30 for Hoops.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. leroycyclone

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    George Amundson, a first round selection and the Big 8 POY in 1972 wore Number 12.
     
  18. CyFan61

    CyFan61 Well-Known Member

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    This is a great post
     
  19. Boxerdaddy

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    Fixed. I would delete the other names for #20 but as I have no idea who they are or what they did I'll leave them there.
     
  20. CtownCyclone

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    No part of the name "John Arnaud" rings any bells? :wideeyed:
     

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