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Charles Alfred Norman was born in Logan, Iowa, on March 16, 1890. He earned a B.S. (1914) in Agricultural Engineering from Iowa State College (University). This collection contains a photograph album with 84 black and white picture postcards depicting campus buildings, athletics teams, and student life at Iowa State during Norman's time in college.
This collection consists of biographical materials related to coaches and trainers in the Department of Athletics.
This collection consists of records elated to the Department of Athletics. Records include news clippings and scrapbooks, newsletters, press guides, publications, subject files, biographical files, National Cyclone Club records, statistics books, administrative records, and directors files.
The Iowa State University (ISU) men's basketball team played its first intercollegiate game against the University of Kansas on February 20, 1908. Iowa State has played against league opponents in the Missouri Valley, the Big Six, the Big Seven, the Big Eight, and the Big Twelve. Johnny Orr is Iowa State's winningest men's basketball coach with a record of 218-200. The collection contains news clippings, programs, media guides, and subject files.
The collection (1952-2015) contains student histories of specific seasons, media guides, and news clippings of tournaments and related information.
The collection (1917-2004, undated) contains media guides, news clippings, rosters, scoresheets, and histories written by students for the men's gymnastics program.
The collection (1916-2001) contains news clippings of swim meets and other competitions, media guides with information about coaches, swimmers, and program history, and written student histories focusing on specific seasons.
The collection (1959-1994) contains news clippings tennis matches and events, media guides with profiles on athletes and coaches, and student written histories of the program.
The collection (1908-2015) contains materials related to the Iowa State Men's Track & Field program. The newspaper clippings and online articles are generally about track meets, the individual athletes and their accomplishments, and coaches. Media guides include student-athlete and coach profiles, statistics, schedules, and program history information. The subject files contain student written histories of the program, a results compilation from 1976, and event programs.
The collection (1973- [ongoing]) contains materials related to the Iowa State University Softball program. The newspaper articles are about the athletes, coaches, games, and events involving the team. The media guides have information about athletes, coaches, schedules, and the history of the team. The subject files contain histories written by students, a program from a Big 8 tournament (1979), a regular season roster (1994), and an undated home schedule.
Iowa State University women's basketball officially took to the court for the first time in the 1973-1974 season. The program has had six head coaches. The current coach, Bill Fennelly, has led women's basketball for over twenty seasons, leading the program to sixteen NCAA Tournament and two WNIT appearances. Iowa State has won two Big 12 Tournament titles and one Big 12 regular season title. The collection contains news clippings, brochures, programs, media guides, and subject files.
The collection (1974-2008) contains materials related to the Iowa State University Women's Golf program. The news clippings include articles written about the team, golfers, coaches, and events. The media guides have information about the golfers, coaches, schedules, events, and history of the program. The subject files contains histories written by students, a program from a celebrity golf tournament, and 25 year history booklet of the program.
Iowa State's Women's Gymnastics program began as a varsity sport in the 1973-1974 season. There have been seven head coaches in the program's history, including K.J. Kindler, who was named National Coach of the Year in 2005. The collection contains news clippings, media guides, and subject files.
The collection (1994-2008) contains materials related to the Iowa State University Women's soccer program. The newspaper articles are about Iowa State Women's Soccer players, coaches, games, and events. The media guides have information about the players, coaches, schedules, and program history. The subject guides contain season schedules, game programs, roster lists, and media handouts for the Women's Soccer program.
The collection (1970-2013) contains materials related to the Iowa State University Women's Track and Field program. The news clippings include articles about the Women's Track and Field teams, players, coaches, events, and competition recaps. The media guides have general information, plus team rosters, schedules, and historical statistics. The subject files contain event programs from the early 1980s and histories written by students.
- Subject: Iowa State University--Sports X
- College athletes--Iowa 18
- College sports--Iowa 17
- Sports for women--Iowa 9
- Women athletes--Iowa 9
- Cross-country running--Iowa 2
- Golf for women--Iowa 2
- Tennis--Iowa 2
- Track and field--Iowa 2
- Arts and Culture - Athletics 1
- Athletic trainers--Iowa 1
- Baseball coaches--Iowa 1
- Baseball players--Iowa 1
- Baseball--Iowa 1
- Basketball coaches 1
- Basketball coaches--Iowa 1
- Basketball for women 1
- Basketball players 1
- Basketball players--Iowa 1
- Basketball teams 1
- Basketball--Iowa 1
- Coaches (Athletics)--Iowa 1
- College athletes--Iowa--Ames 1
- College sports--Iowa--Ames 1
- Cross country runners--Iowa 1
- Cross-country running--Coaching--Iowa 1
- Divers--Iowa 1
- Diving coaches--Iowa 1
- Diving for men--Iowa 1
- Football coaches--Iowa 1 ∧ less
- Undetermined 22
- Fennelly, Bill (William M.) 1
- Iowa State Cyclones (Football team) 1
- WOI-TV (Television station : Ames, Iowa) 1