ISU Assistant Easley Leaves Program

2003-04 Iowa State Cyclones Front row (left to right): Athletic trainer Denise Harklau, Megan Ronhovde, Megan Ebel, Mary Fox, Anne O'Neil, Erica Junod, Tracy Paustian, Abby Reinert, Lyndsey Medders, director of basketball operations Michele Roberts. Back row (left to right): Student athletic trainer Leslie Bendlage, student manager Cassie Hall, student manager Will Dotson, Kandice Beenken, Brittany Wilkins, Jane Horkey, Lisa Kriener, assistant coach Latoja Harris, assistant coach Jack Easley, assistant coach Jodi Steyer, head coach Bill Fennelly.

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By James Steward

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State associate head women's basketball coach Jack Easley is leaving the program after nine seasons.

The Cyclones announced Monday that Easley will leave the team at the end of June.

Easley spent the past nine seasons working with coach Bill Fennelly, and the pair helped Iowa State to 198 wins during that time. Easley previously spent one season as an assistant at Providence and 19 years with Oklahoma State before joining Iowa State.

Iowa State finished 18-13 this season and was knocked out of the NCAA tournament in the first round by Green Bay on Saturday.

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