Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, March 7, 2015

Iowa legend Roy Marble was honored at halftime of Iowa's season finale vs. Northwestern on Saturday.

Iowa director of athletics Gary Barta joined Marble on the floor, where he was honored at center court.

Marble was presented with his No. 23 Iowa jersey, and here's what was said over the PA system:

"The University of Iowa, and the men?s basketball program, would like to honor former standout Roy Marble, for his contributions and dedication to the Hawkeye basketball program.

A letterman from 1986 to 1989, Roy scored 2,116 points in 134 games. He remains today as the only Hawkeye to score over 2,000 career points. Roy also recorded 668 career rebounds and 281 assists as the Hawkeyes posted an 89-37 record during his career. Roy led the Hawkeyes to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances, including an Elite Eight appearance in 1987 and a trip to the Sweet 16 in 1988. He shared Iowa?s MVP honors in each of his final three seasons.

He is a member of the 1980?s All-Decade team and in 2002 was named to Iowa?s All-Century team, and he was the 23rd player selected in the 1989 NBA Draft.

Ladies and Gentlemen, please recognize a great Hawkeye, and Iowa?s all-time leading scorer, ROY MARBLE."