Nick Weiler-Babb, Monte Morris and Naz Mitrou-Long talk to media at ISU's annual Media Day in early October.
The Cyclones were represented at big 12 media days by burton, mitrou-long, morris and thomas.
The Cyclones held Hilton Madness for the third year. Both programs ended up making the NCAA Tournament, making ISU one of 23 schools with both teams dancing.
Steve Prohm's second season started with a 113-71 win against Savannah State before a sold-out Hilton Coliseum crowd. It was one of 11 sellouts for Iowa State.
The Cyclones welcomed mount st. Mary's and a Mitrou-Long showdown.
Iowa State also remembered former teammate Bryce Dejean-Jones with patches and warm-up shirts.
Monte Morris recorded ISU's fifth triple-double against the Citadel, finishing with 17 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds.
Mitrou-Long scored a career-high 37 points against drake.
Three please! Mitrou-Long hit 98 threes in 2016-17, the third-most in a single season in isu history.
Iowa State defeated Texas at Hilton Coliseum for the sixth consecutive time.
Deonte Burton blocked 49 shots and grabbed 60 steals. He is one of just four Big 12 players to post a season averaging 15.0 points while also having 60 steals and 40 blocks (Kevin Durant, Drew Gooden and Venson Hamilton).
Steve Prohm has averaged 25.2 wins in his first six seasons as a head coach. his .744 winning percentage is 7th among active NCAA coaches with at least 5 seasons of experience.
Iowa State has won seven consecutive home games against Kansas State and six of the last seven overall in the series.
this donovan jackson three in overtime sealed ISU's win against kansas at Allen fieldhouse, snapping ku's 51-game win streak at the arena.
Iowa State beat oklahoma state on senior night.
Cyclone football great sage rosenfels talked to the cyclones after their win over tcu at the Big 12 championship.
KANSAS CITY WAS AGAIN TRANSFORMED INTO HILTON SOUTH AS ISU WON ITS THIRD BIG 12 TOURNAMENT TITLE IN FOUR YEARS.
thomas tied the isu ncaa tournament career record with 19 made threes.
The Cyclones finished the season 24-11 overall, earning a second-place finish in the Big 12 and reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Thank you for coming along on the ride! See you next season, Cyclone nation!