Sports

Filling Some Holes?

Two players coming off redshirt years are expected to play a larger role for the Iowa basketball team. With the loss of Tyler Cook to the pros, Isaiah Moss to Kansas and a possible redshirt year ...Read more

Women Yes, Men No…

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team captured the World Cup crown with a 2-0 win over the Netherlands yesterday in France. Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle found the net enroute to the ...Read more

On-The-Air

We have Bobcat softball action coming your way this evenings on NewsTalk 1230 KFJB as the Cats head to Waukee for a twin bill. We’ll have game one of the two contests between the Warriors and the ...Read more

Jason Who?

A 500-1 long shot waited out rain delays and ended up capturing the Coke Zero sugar 400 at Daytona International. Justing Haley inherited the lead after a 17-car accident and endured a ...Read more

New MCC Boss

Marshalltown Community College has its new Athletic Director. Dubuque native John Kriebs will lean on his 30 years of college athletic experience for his new duties at MCC. A former wrestler at UNI ...Read more

No rain!!??!!!

After two rainouts the past two Fridays, hopefully, the third time is a charm for Marshalltown Speedway tonight. KMJ Performance Warehouse will sponsor  “Free Grandstand Friday” tonight, which ...Read more

Plenty To Prove?

After a surprising 2018 season Iowa running back Mekhi Sargent says he still has a chip on his shoulder heading into this year. The native of Key West, Florida joined the Hawkeyes as a walk-on last ...Read more

Men On To The Finals

The US Men’s Gold Cup soccer team earned a berth in the CONCACAF finals with a 3-1 win over Jamaica last night in Nashville. The men will take on Mexico for the Gold Cup title Sunday in ...Read more

Another Honor

Former Iowa basketball player Megan Gustafson has added another honor to her long list of accomplishments. The consensus national player of the year this past season has been tabbed as the Big Ten ...Read more