Indiana’s Collin Hartman hasn’t appeared in a game this year after suffering a torn ACL in the offseason. Still he managed to make one heck of a highlight this weekend. The Hoosier senior took the opportunity of his senior night speech to propose to his girlfriend, an Indiana cheerleader. She said yes. Hartman’s night wasn’t the only one that was a success, as Indiana snapped a five-game losing streak with a win Saturday over Northwestern.
Inside a raucous Hilton Coliseum, fans have watched as their Cyclones have strolled to six straight NCAA Tournaments. The wins have piled up as Hilton Magic returned to form, much to the delight of Cyclone fans all across the great state of Iowa. For a streak that screams consistency, outsiders often view Iowa State as a place with a constant turnover of talent. As transfers made their way to and from Ames, the backbone of the team remained the four year players.
Lonzo Ball is likely off to the NBA next year, where, his day says, he’ll be better than the reigning unanimous MVP. UCLA’s Lonzo Ball is still in college but his father, LaVar, already knows where his son is going to be playing after college: The Los Angeles Lakers. “My son will only play for the Lakers,” LaVar Ball said on The Kevin and Mike Show, a local Arizona sports radio show.