Big 12 school parts ways with men's basketball coach after disappointing season
Monday has been a big day for men’s basketball teams moving on from their coaches.
In the Big Ten, Minnesota parted ways with Richard Pitino, while Indiana and Archie Miller also ended their relationship.
On Monday night, Iowa State became the latest team to make a move. As you can see below, the team announced via Twitter that it was parting ways with Steve Prohm:
Iowa State and men's basketball coach Steve Prohm have agreed to part ways. pic.twitter.com/6EmcJmyj6q
— Iowa State Athletics (@CycloneATH) March 16, 2021
That’s not a huge surprise, as the Cyclones went an abysmal 2-22 this year, with an 0-18 mark in Big 12 action.
Prohm was with Iowa State for 6 years, going 97-95. He made 3 NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Sweet 16 run in his first year — 2015-16. Now, we’ll see where Iowa State looks for a new coach.