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For the ninth time in school history, Iowa State soccer headed to the Big 12 tournament as the 8-seed. This time, the Cyclones faced the defending Big 12 Tournament champions and No. 1 seed Baylor Bears in Kansas City, Missouri, which resulted in a 3-0 win for the Bears on Sunday.
The Iowa State Cyclones came into Thursday night's game against the Kansas State Wildcats needing two things to happen in order to qualify for the Big 12 tournament. First, the Cyclones needed a win against the Wildcats. Second, the Cyclones needed Texas Christian University to win against Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Iowa State won a big final game against Kansas State at home 1-0, on Thursday night that secured their place in the Big 12 Tournament.
On Thursday night, Kansas State travels to Ames to face the Iowa State Cyclones on senior night.
Following their first win of conference play, the Iowa State soccer team is gearing up for its final game of the season before the Big 12 tournament.
Iowa State needed a win against the Oklahoma State Cowgirls to keep their Big 12 tournament hopes alive and the Cyclones did precisely what they needed to, as they beat the Cowgirls on the road, 2-0.
Iowa State soccer lost another close game on Friday, falling 2-1 to Oklahoma on the road.The Cyclones struck early with a goal from sophomore forward Kassi Ginther. Sophomore forward Courtney Powell assisted on the play. Powell is tied with senior Emily Steil for the most points on the team.After the goal, it was all Sooners.The Cyclones committed a penalty in their own box, and Marissa McMahand capitalized with a goal on a penalty kick tying the score at one.The rest of the first half s…
The Iowa State Cyclones lost another close game, this time to the Oklahoma Sooners on Friday night, and now the Cyclones are 1-9-2 in games decided by one goal or less. The Cyclones have come close to winning, but they haven’t been able to get over the hump.
Iowa State soccer is now in must-win mode.
Following a 2-0 loss to the No. 18 (at the time) West Virginia Mountaineers, the Iowa State Cyclones are preparing for the final stretch of games this season with hopes of qualifying for the Big 12 tournament.
With only four games remaining in the regular season, the Cyclones are still searching for their first conference win. Their next opportunity to notch a win comes against the 18th ranked West Virginia in Ames on Friday night.
Following a tight loss to the Texas Longhorns on Friday afternoon, the Iowa State Cyclones (2-11-2, 0-4-1 Big 12) hosted the No. 24 Baylor Bears (11-4, 4-1 Big 12) on Sunday which resulted in another heartbreaking loss for the Cyclones as Baylor came out on top in the second overtime, 2-1.
Iowa State soccer took the field against No. 24 Baylor on Sunday afternoon, and even though everything seemed to click for the Cyclones, the Bears snagged the win.
After dropping their last three games in Big 12 play, the Iowa State Cyclones suffered a narrow loss to the Texas Longhorns.
Iowa State soccer plays host to the strong Texas and Baylor teams this weekend.
After splitting time at goalkeeper last season, sophomore Dayja Schwichtenberg has solidified herself as the starting goalkeeper for the Iowa State Cyclones.
A rocky start to the Big 12 Conference play has left coach Tony Minatta and the Cyclones in a tough position.
The Cyclones had a very up and down weekend as they went 0-1-1, but they have now put that behind them and are focused on their next challenge. This week at practice, the Cyclones continued to work on some things they feel they need to improve on in order to win games.
Iowa State opened Big 12 play this weekend against the Texas Christian Horned Frogs on Friday, and the No. 22 Texas Tech Red Raiders on Sunday, the Cyclones went 0-1-1 this weekend after a tie against TCU and a loss to Texas Tech, 3-0.
On Friday, Iowa State soccer prepared to face Texas Christian University, but there was something different about the Cyclones' uniforms.
The Iowa State Cyclones have had a rough start to the season, but the team felt optimistic heading into its Big 12 opener against the TCU Horned Frogs. On paper, the Horned Frogs looked like they should've been able to take care of the Cyclones, but they failed to accomplish that, as Iowa State and TCU battled to a 2-2 tie.
Iowa State soccer travels down south this weekend to take on Texas Christian University and Texas Tech
Last weekend against the Iowa Hawkeyes and Milwaukee Panthers, Iowa State scored four goals and went 1-1. This weekend, the offense struggled, as the Cyclones were held to one total goal against Missouri-Kansas City and Northern Iowa.
The Cyclones have two more non-conference games left before Big 12 play begins next week. Those games are this weekend at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and at home against Northern Iowa.
Iowa State soccer has gotten unlucky so far this season, so they need to work on late game tactics to sway the luck in their favor.
The Cyclones won their rivalry game against the Iowa Hawkeyes on Friday night and were looking to add another win to their record against the undefeated Milwaukee Panthers on Sunday. However, a slow start by the Cyclones in the first half hindered their chances of winning, and Milwaukee came away with a 3-2 victory over the Cyclones in overtime.
The Iowa soccer team came into Friday night's rivalry game with Iowa State undefeated and with a three-game winning streak over the Cyclones. The Cyclones came out on top against the Hawkeyes by a 2-1 score, thus putting an end to both of those streaks.
Five of the six teams Iowa State soccer has played this season made the NCAA tournament last season. For the majority of the season, the Cyclones have remained competitive against their opponents, but they have only been able to capture one win so far this season.