The Cyclones finished the Stanford Intercollegiate on Sunday in 14th place out of 17 teams. Iowa State scored 292 in round one, 300 in round t…
For only the second time this season, Iowa State went an entire week without capturing a victory.
Iowa State continues to make October football look easy.
Cyclone Hockey usually gets off to good starts in the season. Very rarely have the Cyclones struggled to score the puck or find a way to win games.
Heading into Saturday, the Cyclones' men's golf team had more favorable matchups on tap against eighth-seeded TCU in the morning, and fourth seeded Texas later in the evening.
Iowa State took down West Virginia on Saturday by a score of 31-14. With the win, the Cyclones are now 4-2 on the season and 2-1 in conference play.
(Note: The Cyclones and Texas Tech had to temporarily stop match play last night due to darkness. They resumed play this morning at 7:30 am with three scores to be determined.)
The Iowa state women's golf team finished up round one today at the Stanford Collegiate. The Cyclones finished the round tied for eighth place with Pepperdine.
Cyclone Hockey allowed not one, but two goals in front of its net Friday night.
Iowa State nabbed another recruit for its 2020 class on Friday, per Alex Halsted of 247sports.
After coming off of back to back home losses, the Cyclones have their eyes set on Friday evening where they will face Kansas State University away from home. The Cyclones have been on a run of losses as of late but their performances have steadily improved.
Iowa State will be without two of its best players from a season ago, guard Alexa Middleton and forward Bridget Carleton. However, the rest of the Big 12 sees Iowa State being one of the better teams in the conference, picking the Cyclones to finish fourth in the preseason poll with 49.
Iowa State came into Wednesday night’s matchup at Hilton Coliseum, hoping to do something that has only happened once in program history, knocking off the top-ranked team in the country.
Iowa State’s Kristin Scott and Ashley Joens were both honored with preseason All-Big 12 awards on Wednesday.
Temperatures are dropping across the Midwest, and October is in full swing. As a result, sports fans get to enjoy the best month for games.
In a blowout win against Big 12 rival TCU last Saturday, Iowa State was able to get a solid performance from Brock Purdy on the ground and the defense won the turnover battle, but the biggest win for the Cyclones might have come from something away from the stat sheet.
After a mixed bag of rounds and forgettable placements in the Cyclone men's golf team's first three invitationals of the year, the Cyclones will face their toughest competition yet at the Big 12 Match Play tournament.
Iowa State finds itself with a 3-9 record on the season and a 0-3 record in Big 12 play as it heads to Manhattan, Kansas, to face a Kansas State University team that is 3-9-2 on the season and 0-4 in Big 12 play.
With the No. 1-ranked Baylor Bears coming to Ames on Wednesday at 8 p.m., Iowa State will have to deal with one of the best offensive attacks against Baylor and perhaps the best offensive player in the nation — Yossiana Pressley.
As the Iowa State men's golf was unable able to find their footing in the first two competitions of the season, the three-week break before going into another familiar course was a sigh of relief, as well as a hope for better things moving forward.
It wasn't anything flashy by any means, but Iowa State had arguably its most consistent day score-wise of the season to salvage a top-10 finish at the Fighting Irish Classic.
A convincing win over Texas Christian University (TCU) on Saturday has Iowa State right on track for its October resurgence. Facing a trip to West Virginia to play the 3-2 Mountaineers, Matt Campbell discussed everything from the team's offensive improvements to calling himself a "ding dong" for initially preferring a grey-shirt for defensive end Zach Petersen.
June 14, 2019, is a day Gabe Bortscheller remembers like it was yesterday.
The Cyclone men's golf team looked to bounce back in South Bend after a disappointing first two invitationals, but after the first day of play, they find themselves in a familiar place; near the bottom of the leaderboard.
At the end of the 2004 season, Iowa State had only made one NCAA tournament appearance in program history and had an all-time record of 542-596-10.
On Monday, the Iowa State women’s basketball team held its media day, which gave insight on what the team may look like moving forward.
The Cyclone fall softball season came to a close Sunday as Iowa State played a doubleheader against Nebraska. The two teams split the games. Nebraska won the first game 8-6 and Iowa State took the second game 10-1.
Iowa State fell short against TCU and Texas Tech University this weekend but showed signs of improvement on both ends of the pitch. The Cyclones fell 1-0 to the Red Raiders on Friday night and 2-1 to the Horned Frogs on Sunday afternoon.
Thursday night, the Cyclones played a total of 108 minutes when they hosted Texas Tech. Iowa State and Texas Tech went into a double overtime match, which was two minutes away from ending in a draw without taking Tech’s game winning goal in account.
Friday night's intrasquad meet for the women's swimming and diving team was a close one, ending with the gold team beating the cardinal team 111-110.
What felt like a game that should have been close and low-scoring, ended up being a high-scoring blowout.
Although the Iowa State Cyclones have not won a game in Big 12 conference play yet, the team thinks it is right there. Coming off a double-overtime loss against No. 18 Texas Tech, the team is hoping it can build into Sunday.
In Iowa State's blowout win over TCU on Saturday, the Cyclones had a slight edge in containing the running game over TCU — mostly thanks to the Cyclones' versatility on offense compared to TCU's run-heavy scheme.
The Cyclones tennis team is already in action on Friday in two separate events. Iowa State sent three players to the H-E-B Invitational in Waco, Texas for a weekend tournament. Karen Alvarez will team up with Baylor’s Daria Rakitskaya to clash with Mississippi State at 9 a.m. followed by the duo of Margarita Timakova and Oumaima Aziz at 10.
Rain will once again play a factor in Iowa State's game day as the Cyclones' Big 12 game against TCU has been delayed until 1 p.m.