Here's my recap from today's Iowa State victory over Kansas State. I'm sure the Kansas State coaches weren't happy about it, but the Cyclones won because of their dominance at the free-throw line. Iowa State outscored the Wildcats 21-3 at the charity stripe.
There are notes about Kelsey Bolte, clutch shooting, Anna Prins and Lyndsey (Medders) Fennelly - who can still shoot the rock.
Ian - nice article on a great win by the Twister Sisters.
Please be careful with this phrase, though:
"Kelsey Bolte rarely fails to disappoint."
I don't think you said what you meant to say. It's a triple negative.
Think of it this way:
Kelsy disappoints -- obviously negative.
Kelsy rarely disappoints -- positive (double negative)
Kelsy rarely fails to disappoint -- she almost always disappoints (triple negative)
It was clear from the context that this is not what you meant.
I know, I know; I am nitpicking. Keep up the good work. We appreciate your contributions to CF!
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