1989-90 Iowa State Cyclones Men's Basketball Team
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1989%E2%80%9390 Iowa State Cyclones Men's Basketball Team
1989-90 Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball
ConferenceBig Eight Conference
1989-90 record10-18 (4-10 Big Eight)
Head coach
Home arenaHilton Coliseum
Seasons
← 1988-89
1990-91 →
1989-90 Big Eight Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 11 Missouri 12 2   .857     26 6   .813
No. 1 Oklahoma + 11 3   .786     27 5   .844
No. 5 Kansas 11 3   .786     30 5   .857
Kansas State 7 7   .500     17 15   .531
Oklahoma State 6 8   .429     17 14   .548
Iowa State 4 10   .286     10 18   .357
Nebraska 3 11   .214     10 18   .357
Colorado 2 12   .143     12 18   .400
+ 1990 Big Eight Tournament winner
As of March 3, 2012; Rankings from AP Poll

The 1989-90 Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball team represented Iowa State University during the 1989-90 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Cyclones were coached by Johnny Orr, who was in his 10th season. They played their home games at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa.

They finished the season 10-18, 4-10 in Big Eight play to finish in sixth place. They lost to third-seeded Kansas in the 1990 Big Eight conference tournament quarterfinals.

Games were televised by ESPN, Raycom Sports, and the Cyclone Television Network.[1]

Previous season

The previous season the Cyclones finished the season 17-12, 7-7 in Big Eight play to finish in a tie for fourth place. They defeated Oklahoma State in the 1990 Big Eight conference tournament quarterfinals before losing to Oklahoma, 76-74, in the semifinals. They qualified for the NCAA Tournament, losing to UCLA in the first round of the Southeast Regional.

Roster

Roster
Name Position
Victor Alexander Center
Terry Woods Guard
Doug Collins Guard
Kirk Baker Forward
Justus Thigpen Guard
Paul Doerrfeld Forward
Phil Kunz Center
Brian Pearson Guard
Adrian Moore Forward
Bryan Heger Senior
Norman Brown Forward
David Washington Guard
Reference:[2]

Schedule and results

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
Exhibition
*

W  
 
Regular Season
*
W   1-0
 
*
W   2-0
 
*
L   2-1
 
*

L   2-2
 
*
L   2-3
 
*

W  OT 3-3
 
*

W   4-3
 
*
L   4-4
 
Exhibition
*

W  
 
Regular Season
*
L   4-5
 

L   4-6
(0-1)
 
*
L   4-7
 
*
W   5-7
 
*
L  2OT 5-8
 

W   6-8
(1-1)
 

L   6-9
(1-2)
 

W   7-9
(2-2)
 

L   7-10
(2-3)
 

L   7-11
(2-4)
 

L   7-12
(2-5)
 

L   7-13
(2-6)
 

L   7-14
(2-7)
 

L  OT 7-15
(2-8)
 

W   8-15
 

L   8-16
(2-9)
 

W   9-16
(3-9)
 

W   10-16
(4-9)
 

L   10-17
(4-10)
 
Big Eight Tournament


L   10-18
 
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Time.

Awards and honors

  • All-Big Eight Selections[3]
Victor Alexander (2nd, AP, UPI)
Terry Woods (HM, AP, UPI)
Doug Collins (HM, AP, UPI)
  • Academic All-Big Eight
Phil Kunz
  • Ralph Olsen Award
Doug Collins
Terry Woods
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References

  1. ^ November 19, 1989 (Page 29 of 114). Des Moines, Iowa: , Nov 19, 1989 ProQuest Historical Newspapers: U.S. North Central Collection.
  2. ^ "1989-90 Iowa State Cyclones Roster and Stats". College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "MBB Tradition (PDF)" (PDF). Iowa State University Athletics. Retrieved .

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