IOWA CITY, IA - - Former Iowa basketball standout Greg Brunner has signed a professional contract to continue his basketball career in Pepinster, Belgium. Brunner will travel to Pepinster in early August to begin preparing for his first professional season, which runs through June.
Departed Hawkeye Senior Greg Brunner is still playing in the PTL just weeks before he hopes to start his professional basketball career. Listen to what the former Hawk had to say in this premium audio update.
Greg Brunner spoke with the media following Iowa's loss to Northwestern State in the NCAA Tournament in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Read what he had to say in this premium transcript.
Iowa players speak with the media.
Jeff Horner, Erek Hanse, and Greg Brunner met with the media in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Greg Brunner spoke with the media on Tuesday before departing for Iowa's first round NCAA Tournament game in Auburn Hills, MI. Listen to what he had to say in this premium audio update.
Jeff Horner, Greg Brunner, and Steve Alford met with the media following Iowa's victory over Minnesota in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Read what they had to say in this premium update.
When Jeff Horner and Greg Brunner arrived on Iowa's campus back in 2002, the program was coming off of one of its most disappointing seasons in several decades. The two Iowa-born players grew up dreaming about cutting down nets, playing in front of sold out crowds and going to the NCAA tournament more often than not. Things didn't work out that way for them through much of their first thee seasons on campus, but in year four, one that might pay for all, they went out with a bang.