Q&A With Wayne Morgan

Things are starting to take shape for new Iowa State head men's basketball coach Wayne Morgan. He's added two vibrant young coaches to a staff of Bob Sundvold and himself. His recruiting class is intact and the team's non-conference schedule is in the works. CN's Steve Deace and Bill Seals sat down with Morgan Tuesday afternoon for an update on his transition to head coach.
June 17, 2003

Ames/Story County Cyclone Club Notes

A full slate of head coaches took to the podium Monday evening at the Ames/Story County Cyclone Club banquet, as Dan McCarney, Wayne Morgan, Bill Fennelly, K.J. Kindler and Julie Manning all addressed the crowd. Here are some items worth noting.
June 3, 2003

Q&A with Wayne Morgan

In this exclusive Q&A with CN, new ISU men's basketball coach Wayne Morgan discusses the progress he's made thus far in establishing his program as well as the sudden change of plans by former player Adam Haluska this week.
May 30, 2003

How ISU Looks, Post-Haluska

Just when it looked as if the entire Iowa State starting lineup of a year ago would be returning for first-year coach Wayne Morgan, more bad news came about. Wednesday's stunning news of Adam Haluska's transfer now leaves Morgan with a glaring hole in his game rotation this season.
May 29, 2003

Monday Musings - The Late Edition

In his late and latest column, publisher Steve Deace says Cyclone fans are enjoying a honeymoon period with new men's basketball coach Wayne Morgan.
May 21, 2003

Staple's Decision 'Surprise' to Coaches

New Iowa State head coach Wayne Morgan did something he probably didn't want to do this weekend when JUCO transfer Damion Staple left Ames for Southeastern Illinois. The 6-foot-8, 230-pound power forward arrived home with a release from his scholarship and was now able to pursue other opportunities.
May 19, 2003

Morgan, Sundvold Talk to Staple

New Iowa State head men's basketball coach Wayne Morgan has made his pitch and must have done some convincing on JUCO transfer signee Damion Staple, who has been questioning his initial decision to sign with former men's basketball coach Larry Eustachy.
May 15, 2003

Morgan 'Moving Ahead' With Program

Despite posting a winning record and leading Long Beach State to a conference championship during his first tenure as a Division I head coach from 1996-2002, Wayne Morgan found himself on the outside looking in a year ago at this time. That's where Larry Eustachy came in, offering Morgan an assistant coaching position on his staff.
May 14, 2003