The Iowa State women look to keep their Big 12 Conference record perfect as they host Nebraska Saturday in Ames. Cyclone coach Bill Fennelly says senior forward Katie Robinette, who began her career at Nebraska before transfering to ISU, is one of the reasons for their success. He says they’re playig a lot of four guard and one post offense and Robinette is the one post. He says there’s no doubt that what she’s done this season has dramatically impacted the team. Fennelly says Robinette has done a tremendous job of balancing everything else outside basketball, including becoming a mother. He says she’s really found a niche at ISU and has the highest grade point and is playing the best she’s every played. He says the credit for that goes to her and her parents. The Cyclones come into the game with Nebraska with a 4-0 conference record and are 14-1 overall. Nebraska is 3-2 in the conference and 11-6 overall.
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