Oct. 15, 1972: Hoiberg is born in Lincoln.
1991: He leads Ames High School to an Iowa state basketball championship, and is named Iowa's "Mr. Basketball."
March 1992: Hoiberg is named Big Eight Conference freshman of the year.
1995: Hoiberg finishes his Iowa State career with 1,993 career points, third-most in program history.
1995: He's drafted 52nd overall by the NBA Indiana Pacers.
1999: Hoiberg signs with the Chicago Bulls as a free agent. He starts 37 games during the 2000-01 season.
2003: He signs with the Minnesota Timberwolves as a free agent. In 2005, he leads the league in three-point shooting.
April 2006: Hoiberg announces his retirement as a player to take a front office job with the Timberwolves. He serves as the team's assistant general manager.
April 2010: Hoiberg is hired as head coach at Iowa State, replacing Greg McDermott, who left for Creighton.
Nov. 12, 2010: Hoiberg's first collegiate win as head coach comes against Northern Arizona, 78-64.
Jan. 8, 2011: In his only visit to Lincoln as Iowa State's head coach, Hoiberg's Cyclones lose to Nebraska 63-62 at the Devaney Sports Center.
March 2011: Iowa State finishes 16-16 in Hoiberg's first season.
March 2012: He is named Big 12 Conference co-coach of the year after leading Iowa State to a nine-win improvement, the largest season-to-season improvement in Big 12 history.
March 15, 2012: Eighth-seeded Iowa State beats ninth-seeded UConn 77-64 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. It's Iowa State's first NCAA Tournament win since 2000.
March 17, 2012: Iowa State falls to top-seeded and top-ranked Kentucky 87-71 in second round of the NCAA Tournament.
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2012: Hoiberg is inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame.
March 22, 2013: Tenth-seeded Iowa State beats seventh-seeded Notre Dame 76-58 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
March 24, 2013: Iowa State's season ends at 23-12 after a loss to second-seeded Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
April 2013: Hoiberg signs a 10-year extension with Iowa State worth $20 million.
March 15, 2014: Iowa State beats Baylor 74-65 to win the Big 12 Tournament title in Kansas City, Missouri. The Cyclones earn a No. 3 seed for the NCAA Tournament.
March 23, 2014: Iowa State beats sixth-seeded North Carolina 85-83 to reach the Sweet 16.
March 28, 2014: Iowa State falls to seventh-seeded UConn 81-76 in the Sweet 16, finishing the season 28-8. ISU finishes ninth in the national polls.
Dec. 31, 2014: Hoiberg wins his 100th game at ISU, becoming the fastest in Iowa State history to reach the milestone (he did it in 148 games).
March 14, 2015: Iowa State beats No. 9 Kansas 70-66 to win the Big 12 Tournament championship in Kansas City.
March 19, 2015: Third-seeded Iowa State is upset by 14th-seeded UAB 60-56 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
June 2, 2015: The Chicago Bulls hire Hoiberg as head coach. He receives a five-year deal worth $25 million. Hoiberg goes 42-40 in his first season.
Oct. 23, 2015: Hoiberg coaches at Pinnacle Bank Arena, leading the Bulls to a 103-102 win against the Dallas Mavericks in an exhibition game in front of 15,297 spectators.
April/May 2017: Hoiberg's Bulls finish 41-41 and lose in the first round of the NBA playoffs.
Dec. 3, 2018: Hoiberg is fired as Bulls coach after a 5-19 start.
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Jim Boylen on Fred Hoiberg landing Nebraska job: “I’m really ecstatic for him.”— Cody Westerlund (@CodyWesterlund) March 30, 2019
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Nebraska investing and committing to Fred Hoiberg. I love the hire, a perfect fit for both parties. Any hire is all about the staff that follows. Hoiberg bringing Abdelmassih with him is huge, was with Hoiberg at Iowa State and is an excellent recruiter.— Jarrett Sutton (@JarrettTSutton) March 30, 2019