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Team: Indiana State Sycamores [ID #227] Bookmark Indiana State Sycamores

Location: Terre Haute, IN (Central)

Conference: III.4 [Division 1]

President: ECL2002 send message
          [since May 12th 2019 | last seen August 05th 2020]

Coach: Jack Wise

Arena: Hulman Center

Rank: #6

Rating: 212.28 - Overall Position: #49

Fan Mood: 151.40

Alumni Mood: 135.00

Prestige: 24

Team Notes:

• Jan 18 2014: 3-star prospect Quincy Lawson committed.
• Jan 11 2014: 2-star prospect Danny Vann committed.
• Aug 29 2013: Promoted to conference III.4.
• Jun 25 2013: Brandon Brewer was drafted round #2, pick #5 by Memphis.
• Mar 10 2013: Made the national tournament field.
• Mar 10 2013: Won the IV.8 conference playoffs.
• Mar 02 2013: Won the IV.8 conference.
• Jan 17 2013: 3-star prospect Theo McKinley committed.
• Dec 27 2012: 3-star prospect Leo Talbert committed.
• Aug 30 2012: Demoted to conference IV.8.


Wins: 25 Losses: 3 Pct: .893     Conf Wins: 17 Conf Losses: 1 Conf Pct: .944 Conf Rank: 1     Last10: 9-1 Streak: W8

Pts Ave: 94.8 - 74.8     Pts Diff: +20.0     Team Power Index: 158.7

Press Releases:

Oct 26 2011: Donny Boyles Inducted into the ISU Hall of Fame - by ECL2002 on March 21st, 2020

This Saturday former Indiana State star center Donny Boyles was the first player inducted into the ISU Basketball Hall of Fame at halftime of the Sycamores game against the Division 3 Trinity Bantums. Boyles is ISU’s all time leader in career points, rebounds, and blocks with 2,591 points, 1,470 rebounds, and 219 blocks. Boyles also holds the record for highest single season FG % with 63.7% during his junior season in 2008. He holds the record for career FG % as well with a career 61.5 FG % and that’s not it he also is the leader in career FG made with 1,037 over his four years in Terre Haute. Boyles has gone on to the the NBA with the Indiana Pacers after being drafted as the 59th pick in the 2009 pro draft and is currently in his third season where he has averaged 8.3 ppg , 4.4 rpg, 1 bpg to this point in his professional career.

Oct 11 2011: Coaching Change - by ECL2002 on March 16th, 2020

After not leading the Sycamores to the National Tournament the last 4 seasons we decided it was best for the program that we move on from Coach Sparks. It was a very successful run in Terre Haute for Coach Sparks racking up a total of 232 wins over the course of nine seasons as well as a Division 2 tournament appearance. With all that being said we would like to welcome our new head coach of the Indiana State Sycamores basketball team, Jack Wise. Coach Wise is making the move from the Division 2 Castleton Spartans with a history of developing young players into stars and landing big time recruits which we feel will take our program to the next level.