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2017 Schedule
24-11, 2nd in Big 12

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

UT-San Antonio grad transfer Jeff Beverly will visit Iowa State on May 3. Pushed back his scheduled New Mexico visit.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Visit schedule for Nebraska transfer Ed Morrow. Marquette - this weekend Iowa State - next weekend Pittsburgh - first weekend in May

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa State signee Lindell Wiggington (a Canadian) discusses what troubled the international team in its 98-87 loss to team USA at the Nike Hoops Summit.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

After watching practice all week at the Nike Hoops Summit, I didn't anticipate yo see a very close game. But, it's a two-possession game thanks to big performances on the international side from Iowa State commit Lindell Wiggington and Kostja Mushidid, who plays in Serbia.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Through three quarters at the Nike Hoops Summit, Iowa State signee Lindell Wiggington has registered seven assists. Just really impressive to see how well he anticipates on the floor, especially with players with whom he's not accustomed to playing.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa State signee Lindell Wiggington has had a really good week at the Nike Hoops Summit. Wiggington sees the floor so well. He'll be a great addition in terms of ball movement for the Cyclones, which averaged 15.8 assists per game last year (38th best in NCAA).

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

New Mexico graduate transfer Elijah Brown has five on his list: Oregon, Gonzaga, Iowa State, Northwestern, Saint Mary's. Has a trip to Oregon next week. Averaged 18.8 points and 5.2 rebounds.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech signee Nickeil Alexander-Walker with the steal and Iowa State signee Lindell Wiggington with the put back dunk.

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In-state showdown at college 3-point contest (1:11)
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Rachel Marcus ESPN Editor 

Iowa State's Nazareth Mitrou-Long takes part in the College 3-point Championships wearing sunglasses. His fellow basketball players joked about him keeping them on.

Sam Strong ESPN Staff Writer 

Here at the College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships, Iowa State shooter Nazareth Mitrou-Long is keeping cool before hitting his first rack.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa State sophomore forward Simeon Carter is transferring.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

ICYMI: favorites were 4-3 ATS in Saturday's games with one game (Purdue-Iowa State) closing pick 'em. The big news was Wisconsin (+230) knocking off No. 1 Villanova and Xavier (+280) knocking off No. Florida State. Underdogs lead 20-19-1 ATS so far in the NCAA tournament while overs are 25-14-1 (64.1 percent) after splitting 4-4 on Saturday.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Iowa State's Naz Mitrou-Long was near tears as he spoke of the brotherhood he shared with his teammates. The heartbreak of March.

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Swanigan powers Purdue into Sweet 16

Caleb Swanigan had 20 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, and Purdue reached the Sweet 16 for the first time in seven years with a wild 80-76 victory over Iowa State on Saturday night.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue avoided what would have been an epic collapse, hanging on to beat Iowa State 80-76 and advance to the Sweet 16. The Boilermakers led by 19 points during the second half before a furious rally helped give the Cyclones a two-point lead. Purdue guard P.J. Thompson' 3-pointer put the Boilermakers back in front for good. What a game. March Madness at its finest.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Iowa State came all the way back from 19 down against Purdue, but two types of mistakes killed the Cyclones. Turnovers on back-to-back possessions in the 39th minute were most uncharacteristic coming from the Cyclones. The other mistake was more typical: ISU was weak on the defensive glass all season, and Caleb Swanigan's offensive rebound of Dakota Mathias' missed free throw with 11 seconds left sealed the win for the Boilermakers.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Buckle up for what could be a wild finish between Purdue and Iowa State in Milwaukee. The Boilermakers seemingly has this game in hand with a 19-point lead. But the Cyclones have come surging back, and the pro-Iowa State crowd is creating an electric atmosphere.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue is absolutely dominating Iowa State with what has to be one of the Boilermakers' best games of the season given the circumstances. Purdue's execution on offense has been tremendous. The Boilermakers scored on backdoor layups from the exact same play on two consecutive possessions. That pretty much sums this one up so far.

Team Stats

Points Per Game80.828th
Rebounds Per Game34.8229th
Assists Per Game15.839th
Points Allowed72.3182nd

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record18-18
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances18