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Australia to America, Aussies taking over

Canberra, the capital of Australia, is 9,104 miles away from Hilton Coliseum, but you don’t have to look more than a few yards inside Iowa State’s home to find two Australians. Those Australians, Lauren Mills and Bride Kennedy-Hopoate, are the current lifeline the Iowa State women’s basketball program has developed with the land down under….

Lanning named one of seven finalists for Lombardi Award

Iowa State senior Joel Lanning runs the ball during the second half of the AutoZone Liberty Bowl against Memphis. Chris Jorgensen/Iowa State Daily When the seven finalists for the Lombardi Award were announced, Iowa State redshirt senior linebacker/quarterback Joel Lanning survived the cut.  All-American @JFL_02 makes the final seven for the Lombardi Award.📄https://t.co/WDRxV4LMGB🌪🏈🌪 pic.twitter.com/xBJbeO6cYl —…

Scouting Report: There’s a lot to like about Norwalk guard Bowen Born’s polished game

Norwalk sophomore point guard Bowen Born discusses his smooth shooting form, fundamentals and early stages of recruiting. Matthew Bain Buy Photo Norwalk sophomore Bowen Born tries to fight between Oskaloosa sophomore Xavier Foster and senior Spencer Tucker. The Norwalk boys lost 87-52 in a battle of previously unbeaten teams in Oskaloosa on Jan. 5.(Photo: MICHAEL…

Peterson: Cameron Lard is Iowa State’s Most Improved Player right now — and it’s not even close

Three days after the embarrassment at TCU. Cameron Lard has a big game against No. 8 Texas Texh Randy Peterson / The Register Iowa State Cyclones forward Cameron Lard (2) looks to drive against Texas Tech Red Raiders center Norense Odiase (32) during the first half at James H. Hilton Coliseum.(Photo: Steven Branscombe/USA TODAY Sports)…