Tuesday, January 30, 2007

A California Girl Loves Iowa, and Iowa Loves Her

Lyndsey Medders found her way from the sun and warmth of Santa Monica, California to the cold Midwestern winters of Ames, Iowa where she is the leader of the Cyclones' women's basketball team.

Not only has Medders adapted to her different environment, she has embraced the community of Ames and won the hearts of young and old alike. She's taken a path less travelled, but what would you expect from a basketball player who cites "The Inner Game of Tennis" as a strong influence on her athletic career.

Click here to read Mechelle Vopel's feature "California girl Medders embraces all things Iowan" on ESPN.com

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At 4:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Common Breast Cancer Myths

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