As the locker room opened up following Iowa's overtime loss to Tennessee, Devyn Marble sat with his ankle propped up and Melsahn Basabe and Zach McCabe struggled to hold back tears. The Iowa journey for the three seniors was complete and the trio spoke about their time as Hawkeyes, the final loss...[details]
2012 (Junior): Traveled overseas and competed with the East Coast All-Stars the summer of 2012... Ranked fourth on the team in made 3-pointers (31), fifth in steals (30), and sixth in rebounds (3.7)... registered season highs in steals (30), 3-pointers (31) and assists (48)... averaged 6.6 points in five NIT games... netted seven points or more in Iowa's four NIT victories... led team in rebounding seven times... scored in double figures six times... scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds in opening win vs. UTPA... led team in rebounding (8) in win over Coppin State... led the team in scoring when he netted a season-high 15 points to go along with seven boards vs. #18 Michigan State... led the team in steals (2) at Purdue... matched a career high with four steals in home victory over Penn State... reached double figures for the second time in Big Ten play with 10 points at #23 Minnesota... scored 10 points in double-overtime game at Wisconsin, posting double figures for second-straight game and third time in conference play... cleared eight rebounds and two assists vs. Northwestern in B1G tourney... had eight crucial points, all in the second half, and three rebounds in NIT win over Indiana State... tallied eight points in NIT victory over Stony Brook... scored 10 points in NIT win at Virginia... netted seven points, and tallied three assists and two rebounds, in NIT Semifinals win against Maryland... led team with seven rebounds in NIT championship vs. Baylor... letterwinner.
2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 35 games, starting the last 30... ranked third on the team in rebounding (4.6) and fifth in scoring (7.8)... scored in double figures 10 times, including posting a career-high 20 points three times (at Purdue, vs. Nebraska and vs. Dayton)... shot a team best 45% (22-of-49) from 3-point territory... averaged 14 points, shooting 80% from the field, and five rebounds in Iowa's two NIT games... averaged nine points, shooting 72% from the field, and six rebounds in Iowa's two Big Ten Tournament games... averaged 13.7 points over the last three contests... pulled down six or more rebounds 15 times, including four of the last five games... one of only two Big Ten players in 2011-12 to make all nine field goal attempts when he drained all nine vs. Dayton... had 13 points and five rebounds in win over Chicago State... tallied 12 points, six rebounds and two assists in win over NC A&T... notched six points, a team-high seven rebounds, two steals and two assists against Campbell... recorded seven points, two steals and a team-high seven rebounds against Clemson... grabbed a team-high seven boards and shot 100 percent from behind the arc (2-2) and the free throw line (4-4), recording 12 points in road win over Minnesota... netted 11 points (4-of-5 FGs), seven rebounds and three assists in win over #13 Michigan... had a career night at Purdue, setting or equaling career highs in points (20), field goals attempted (13), free throws attempted (7) and minutes played (36)... equaled a career high with 20 points in home contest against Nebraska, making a career-best nine field goals (9-of-11)... set career-highs with 10 rebounds, four steals and four assists, to go along with eight points, in home win over Minnesota... blocked a career-high two shots at Penn State... cleared a team-high seven boards at Illinois... registered 13 points, and matched a season high with three 3-pointers, to go along with a team-high six rebounds against #8 Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal game... equaled a career high with 20 points in first round NIT victory over Dayton, going a perfect 9-of-9 from the field while adding eight rebounds... letterwinner.
2010 (Freshman): Played in all 31 games, including starting the first two games of the season... ranked sixth in team scoring (5.8), second in free throw percentage (37-46, .804) and third in rebounding (3.6)... ranked eighth in rebounding (3.6) and 14th in scoring (5.8) among Big Ten rookies... scored in double figures five times... registered 11 points and seven rebounds in season opener vs. South Dakota State... amassed 12 points, four rebounds, two assists and one steal in win over UL-Monroe... notched 13 points and six rebounds in leading Iowa to a win over Alabama... averaged eight points and 4.7 rebounds in three games at Paradise Jam... posted personal highs in scoring (16) and 3-pointers (4) and grabbed seven rebounds in victory over SIUE... set a career high with eight rebounds at Wake Forest... recorded 13 points and four rebounds against Iowa State... tallied nine points in win at Drake, making 5-7 free throws... collected 11 points (5-8 FGs), three rebounds and two steals at Northwestern... credited with a personal-best three assists in home game vs. Michigan... letterwinner.
Personal: Born 11/18/91... pre-business major... parents are Tim and Beth McCabe... high school coach was Tom Betz... father Tim played football at Morningside College.
High school honors: Helped lead Bishop Heelan HS to back-to-back state championships his junior and senior years... competed in four state tournaments... recognized on the state all-tournament team twice... three-time all-state, all-district, all-conference, all-city, all-Northwest and Omaha World Herald all-Western Iowa honoree... named the Class 3A Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year by his team and was selected first team all-state, all-league, Northwest Iowa by the Omaha World Herald, first team by the Des Moines Register and captain of the state all-tournament team his senior campaign... averaged 19.1 points and 8.6 rebounds and dished out 126 assists his senior season... averaged 16.1 points, nine rebounds and 5.3 assists as a junior and 13.8 points and 6.8 rebounds his sophomore campaign... finished third in Sioux City career scoring with 1,317 points... basketball and football team captain... boasted a 35-4 record as a three-year starting quarterback... his team captured the state football title his junior year and were runner-up as a sophomore... broke Sioux City's single-game (465 yards) and single-season (2,461 yards) passing records his senior year... threw for 21 touchdowns his senior season... first team all-state quarterback in 2009 and third team all-state quarterback in 2007 and all-district, all-city and all-Northwest Iowa in 2008... honor roll student.