Things didn’t seem to go Cyclone Hockey’s way toward the end of the season. Despite good play, the Cyclones dropped eight of their last 10 gam…
Post-season is in full swing for the Cyclones, as they started things out with the CSCHL Playoffs last weekend. The Cyclones matched up agains…
The No. 5 Cyclones returned home to finish off the regular season in a series against the No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos. The Cyclones split the weekend with the Bronchos, losing 4-3 in the first game and winning 4-1 in the second game.
Cyclone Hockey finished off its weekend series against No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma, winning 4-1 on senior night.
The Cyclones returned home on Friday in a matchup against the University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos. The Cyclones were defeated by the Bronchos 4-3.
The Cyclones are coming off a tough weekend that saw them get swept on the road by Illinois. Now, the Cyclones aim to bounce back in a big series at home against the No. 9 University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos.
Cyclone Hockey went on its last road trip of the regular season to Champaign, Illinois, this Friday and Saturday, to face the University of Illinois.
The Cyclones hit the ice in Champaign, Illinois, to take on the University of Illinois Fighting Illini. The Cyclones were defeated by the Illini 4-3 in overtime.
Cyclone Hockey will go on its last road trip of the regular season Friday and Saturday, where they will take on No. 12 Illinois in Champaign, Illinois.
Cyclone Hockey finished off their weekend series on the road against Ohio, falling again to the Bobcats in a 2-0 game.
Cyclone Hockey hit the ice for its first road game since Jan. 12, falling 2-1 in a close game against the Ohio University Bobcats.
The Cyclones are coming off a weekend that saw them split with then No. 23 Colorado State Rams, with the Cyclones picking up a 3-0 shutout victory Friday and dropping the game Saturday 2-1. The series against the Rams ended the Cyclones' long homestand, which saw them host Robert Morris Illinois, Illinois, Lindenwood and Colorado State.
Cyclone Hockey wrapped up its series against the Colorado State University Rams on Saturday, ending the series in a split.
The Cyclones returned to home ice on Saturday in a 2-1 loss against the Colorado State Rams. The Cyclones split with the Rams over the weekend after winning 3-0 on Friday.
The Cyclones returned to home ice this weekend, determined to add to their win column. They were ultimately successful as they started the weekend against the Colorado State Rams with a 3-0 shutout on Friday.
Cyclone Hockey hit the ice again Friday night to play the Colorado State University Rams for the first time this season. The Cyclones shut out the Rams 3-0.
Cyclone Hockey is looking for a clean sweep this weekend against No. 23 Colorado State after losing both games to No. 1 Lindenwood last weekend.
The No. 4 Cyclones faced the No.1 Lindenwood Lions in the second game of their American Collegiate Hockey Association top five and Central States Collegiate Hockey League matchup. The Lions swept Cyclone Hockey, winning 2-1 in a shootout Friday and 5-3 on Saturday. The Lions clinched the conference title after their win over the Cyclones on Friday.
The Cyclones hit the ice again on Saturday to finish out the series against No. 1 Lindenwood. The final score was 5-3 in favor of the Lions.
Cyclone Hockey returned to the Ames/ISU Ice Arena on Friday for its third consecutive home series. The Cyclones battled hard but lost 2-1 to the Lindenwood University Lions in a shootout.
The No. 4 ranked Cyclones took on the No. 1 ranked Lindenwood Lions in a ACHA top five and CSCHL matchup on Friday. The Cyclones lost the first game of the series 2-1, with the game ending in a shootout.
The Cyclones are coming off a successful weekend sweep against Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL) rival Illinois, which saw the Cyclones beat the Fighting Illini 4-1 and 6-3. The Cyclones improved their record to 17-5 and their conference record to 5-5 on the season, while maintaining the No. 4 spot in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Men’s Division I rankings.
Cyclone Hockey finished the weekend strong in a sweep against No. 12 University of Illinois. After a 4-1 win Friday, the Cyclones capped it off with a 6-3 win Saturday.
The Cyclones returned home to the Ames/ISU Ice Arena in their second matchup with Illinois Fighting Illini. The Cyclones won against the Fighting Illini by a final score of 6-3.
The No. 4 Cyclones returned home to the Ames/ISU Ice Arena on Friday to face the No. 12 Illinois Fighting Illini in a CSCHL matchup. The Cyclones prevailed 4-1, in large part due to their second period performance.
The Cyclones took the ice against the University of Illinois on Friday night, beating the Illini 4-1 in the first game of the weekend series.
The No. 5 Cyclones were back at home Friday and Saturday, as they faced the No. 18 Robert Morris Eagles. The series saw a split with an overtime 4-3 win Friday for the Eagles and a 1-0 shutout Saturday for the Cyclones.
Cyclone Hockey finally returned to Ames on Friday night after a long break and two away series. However, the outcome was not what the Cyclones wanted, as they suffered a 4-3 loss in overtime against Robert Morris University.
The No. 5 Cyclones were back at home Friday night in a 4-3 overtime loss to the No. 18 Robert Morris Eagles in the first game of the home series.
Cyclone Hockey is coming off a successful weekend that saw the No. 5 Cyclones travel to Springfield, Missouri, and sweep then No. 12 Missouri State Ice Bears in a series that saw the return of forwards Colton Kramer and Jackson Graalum. The 5-0 and 5-4 victories helped the Cyclones reclaim the No. 5 spot in the ACHA Men’s Division I rankings after dropping to No. 6 during their break.
There’s a reason Canada is often referred to as the “birthplace of hockey.”
Over the course of its history, Iowa State has remained a big name when it comes to hockey in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) — an alternative governing body for collegiate hockey to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Cyclone Hockey has one ACHA Division I Championship, which it won in the 1991-92 season. The Cyclones have been the runner-up multiple times — most recently in the 2015-16 season.
Cyclone Hockey hit the road over the weekend to Bensenville, Illinois, to face off against the Robert Morris University-Illinois Eagles in a CSCHL matchup. The Cyclones split the road series, picking up a 3-2 win on Friday and dropping the game on Saturday 3-0. The Saturday loss ended a six-game winning streak that the Cyclones had started when they beat Ohio in October.
Cyclone Hockey finished its weekend series in a split against Robert Morris on Saturday night, suffering a 3-0 loss.
Cyclone Hockey took on Robert Morris on Friday night for its first game of the weekend series. The game ended in a 3-2 win for the Cyclones.
After a weekend off, Cyclone Hockey is ready to hit the ice again against Robert Morris University for the last two games of 2018.
Cyclone Hockey continued its hot streak this weekend, completing the sweep over No. 7 University of Central Oklahoma.
Cyclone Hockey is coming off a successful weekend that saw them sweep Minot State. The Cyclones won the first game 3-1 and won the second game 3-2 in overtime, improving their record to 7-3 on the season and earning the No. 5 spot in the first computer-generated ACHA Men’s Division I Rankings.
Cyclone Hockey finished the weekend strong, beating Minot State 3-2 in overtime on Saturday night.
The No. 9 Cyclones hit the ice again Saturday night to play their second game of their series with the No. 6 Minot State University Beavers. The Cyclones won the game 3-2 in an overtime thriller, completing the sweep.
Cyclone Hockey got things started off right in the first game of their series against Minot State University. The No. 9 Cyclones ended the game on Friday with a 3-1 win over the No. 6 Beavers.
Cyclone Hockey started off strong in its first game against Minot State on Friday night, winning 3-1.
Cyclone Hockey evened the weekend series on Saturday night against Ohio University, winning 5-3.
Cyclone Hockey played their first game against Ohio University this season on Friday night at Ames/ISU Ice Arena, suffering a 4-1 loss.