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Acie Earl

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Acie Earl attended Moline High School and lived in Moline, Illinois. He was a key recruit for Dr. Tom Davis, ranked in the top 80 nationally. After redshirting his first year at Iowa, he led the Big Ten with 50 blocks on the year, despite playing only an average of 16 minutes per game and playing in 22 games.

As a sophomore, he led the team with 16.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. He also led the Big Ten again in blocks with 106 and was named 2nd team All-Big Ten.

He started in all 30 games for the Hawkeys as a junior, averaging 19.5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4 blocks per game. Earl was named 1st team All-Big Ten and honorable mention All-American.

As a senior he led Iowa in scoring for the third straight year with a 16.9 points per game average. Acie also pulled down 8.8 rebounds per game as a senior, and received honorable mention All-American and was Second Team All-Big Ten.

Acie Earl ended his college career as Iowa’s and the Big Ten’s all-time leader in blocked shots with 365. He also ranked second all-time at Iowa in points scored with 1,779, behind only Roy Marble. His 365 career blocks also ranks seventh all-time in the NCAA. The Boston Celtics selected Acie Earl with the 19th pick of the 1993 NBA Draft. On April 12th, 1996, Earl scored 40 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for the Raptors in a loss to Boston in what was his best game as a NBA player. Earl was traded to the Toronto Raptors, where he played for a year before being shipped to the Milwaukee Bucks for what was his fourth and final NBA season. After his NBA career, Earl played for a number of years overseas in France, Turkey, Russia, Poland, Australia, Serbia, and other countries in Europe.

Born 6/23/1970 and is 53 years old.

All Conference: 2nd team (1991, 1993), 1st Team (1992) Player of the Year: 1992 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year (1993) All American: Honorable Mention (1992, 1993) Drafted Round 1 by Boston Celtics in 1993 



Slavery in Sports: The Role of the Black Athlete Slavery in Sports: The Role of the Black Athlete (1/29/2021)
Former Hawkeye Acie Earl dives into the elements of sports from the Black athletes perspective since the beginning of the arrival in North America. He starts from the origins of pre Africa slavery, the passage, slavery in America, language, linguistics, the Underground Railroad, sharecropping, freedom with the Emancipation Proclamation, Civil Rights Era, COVID-19, the Black Lives Matter movement and today's role of the Black athlete. No sport is left out, every level from youth, college and professional. Other topics include genetics, names, sports and positions the Black athlete has been bred, forced and allowed to play. He also details the financial impact that the Black athlete has had on sports with the economy in general overall with Black wealth in this country and the world in general.

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