hawkeyesports.comAs the final seconds of Joe Wieskamp's heralded Muscatine High School basketball career ticked off the clock Tuesday, University of Iowa men's basketball head coachsat in the front row of a Wells Fargo Arena suite and clapped his hands. "Good job, Joe," McCaffery said.It had been a conflicted 90 minutes for McCaffery, who signed Wieskamp to a National Letter of Intent in November.
hawkeyesports.comjust completed one of the best freshman seasons in University of Iowa men's basketball history.That didn't come as a surprise to two people: Garza and his coach,"I'm confident in my abilities," said Garza, a 6-foot 11-inch center from Washington, D.C. "I've worked so hard in my career. I know what I'm capable of. "Garza had passed McCaffery's eyeball test long before the 2017-18 season tipped off. The coach saw Garza play a lot on the AAU circuit, and knew what he was getting.
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Fran McCaffery was 26 years old, the youngest head coach of a Division I men's basketball program, when his first Lehigh team opened the 1985-86 season against Kenyon College. "The athletics director went out on a limb to hire me," said McCaffery, now in his eighth season at the University of Iowa. "I just wanted to perform up to the level he was expecting. I felt like we did that." Lehigh won the game, 83-53.
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