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Noah Fenske Preparing for Iowa by Standing Out in Track & Field

April 29, 2019

Written by Rob Howe

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DES MOINES, Iowa – Reese Morgan may be retired but his words live on with Noah Fenske. The former Iowa assistant is known for impacting players he recruited.

Fenske, an offensive lineman from New Hampton, committed to the Hawkeyes more than a year ago. Morgan recognized the talent, built a relationship and secured the pledge.

Included in the wisdom imparted on Fenske by Morgan was the ability to live in the moment. That has come in handy this track and field season.

Fenske (6-4, 295) hasn’t looked ahead to arriving at Iowa in June. He’s focused on his final high school sporting endeavor. It’s shown.

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He tossed the shot put 60 feet, 11.25 inches Thursday here at Drake Stadium to win the Drake Relays title. His throw was almost two and a half feet longer than runner-up Logan Jones, a class of 2020 Iowa verbal commitment from Council Bluffs Lewis Central.

As much as he tried staying locked in on the task at hand, Fenske noticed Iowa football assistants LeVar Woods and Kelvin Bell watching from the Drake Stadium infield. He appreciated the support.

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Following the victory, HN caught up with Fenske. We talked about his upcoming enrollment at Iowa, his expectations for his freshman season and the tight-knit relationship with other members of the ’19 recruiting class.

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Watch what he had to say on those topics and more in this HN TV video:

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