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Head Coach Steve Prohm holds his son Cass Prohm as he cuts down the last part of the net to keep as a memento. Iowa State won the Big 12 Championship 78-66 against University of Kansas March 16 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO.

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The Big 12's new media rights deal with ESPN will push four of Iowa State men's basketball's Big 12 games onto the mothership's streaming platform — including the home game against Kansas on Jan. 9. 

Other games televised on the platform include the road game against Baylor on Jan. 15, the home game against Oklahoma State on Jan. 21 and the season-ending road game against Kansas State on March 7.

The Cyclones begin Big 12 play at Kansas State on Jan. 4, before hosting Kansas and Oklahoma. The Cyclones will have one ESPN Big Monday game — their road trip to Kansas on Feb. 17 at 8 p.m.

Iowa State's trip to play Texas on Feb. 1 will be televised and available to stream on the Longhorn Network.

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Sophomore forward Madison Wise shoots a successful layup after rebounding the ball from a missed three-pointer by redshirt senior guard Alexa Middleton. Wise played for a total of 28 minutes during the first round game. The Iowa State women’s basketball team won against New Mexico State 97-61 during the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 23 held in Hilton Coliseum. The Cyclones will move on to play No. 11 seed Missouri State on Monday, March 25 in Hilton Coliseum.

The women's basketball team, headed for its 25th season under coach Bill Fennelly, also released its schedule Wednesday afternoon.

The Cyclones will start conference play at Texas Tech on Jan. 3 and will host Texas on Jan. 6. The Cyclones will end regular-season play on March 8 with a home game against Baylor.

Other notable games include road battles against Baylor (Jan. 28) and West Virginia (Feb. 2) and a home meeting with TCU on Jan. 15.

The men's basketball schedule can be found here while the women's schedule can be found here

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