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Legacy Dinner & Partner Drive

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes engages coaches and athletes to grow in their faith and sport.

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Illowa FCA’s vision is to see our area impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.God has blessed Illowa FCA with incredible growth and revival throughout our 20 counties.Illowa FCA has an extreme need to expand the staff to cover the 100-plus huddles, hundreds of coaches, and thousands of student-athletes we directly impact for Christ.

The ten-year target for Illowa FCA is to have at least one Coach for Christ trained, encouraged, and equipped by FCA staff, in every school community (HS, MS, College) and elite amateur and professional sports clubs.  “Every coach. Every Team.”

The three-year picture is to grow the budget from $400,000 to $825,000 with the addition of staff, resources, and other ministry needs.  We plan to expand our administrative team from two full-time and one part-time to six full-time.  We will also increase our Board Members from 14 to 45 along with our Tom Landry Donors ($10,000+ annually) from five to 30.  In three years the goal is to have 150 Coaches for Christ throughout our 20-county area.

Implementing a yearly Legacy Dinner and Partner Drive event is crucial to underwriting this growth through sponsorships, and increasing our AMP (Automatic Monthly Partner) donors.

Steve Prohm, Iowa State Men’s Basketball Coach  – the 20th head coach in Iowa State men’s basketball history – ranks seventh nationally among active NCAA Division I head coaches with at least five years of experience with a .744 winning percentage. Prohm, who was named ISU’s head coach on June 8th, 2015, has coached the Cyclones to a 47-23 mark and a pair of NCAA Tournament berths in his first two seasons at the helm.

Prohm, a 2017 Skip Prosser Man of the Year finalist, has won 20 or more games in each of his first six seasons as a Division I head coach (Murray State, 2011-2015). He tied Larry Eustachy and Tim Floyd for most wins (47) in the first two seasons as ISU head coach. He joins Floyd as the only ISU coaches to reach the NCAA Tournament their first two seasons.

In his second season in Ames, Prohm coached the Cyclones to a second-place finish in the Big 12, a Big 12 Tournament title and the school’s sixth consecutive NCAA Tournament, which saw them win a game for the second season in a row and the fifth time since 2012.

The Cyclones gave fans plenty to cheer about in Prohm’s initial season at Iowa State, which saw him set a school record by winning his first nine games. ISU earned the program’s second-ever win against a top-ranked foe, defeating Oklahoma in front of a raucous crowd at Hilton Coliseum. The win over the Sooners was coupled with a thrilling 20-point come-from-behind victory against Iowa and an impressive 13-point win against a top-5 Kansas squad.

The Vienna, Virginia native attended high school at Northwest Whitfield High in Tunnel Hill, Georgia. Prohm and his wife, the former Katie Ross, have a son, Cass, and daughter, Frances.