Iowa State took on Kanas for its last home meet and senior night Saturday, Feb. 4, at Beyer Hall. Photos: Jordan Maurice and Kayla Greiner/Iow…

As the 2018-19 swimming and diving season begins to wrap up, the Cyclones (7-4, 2-1 Big 12) are headed into the Big 12 Championship with great momentum behind them. The Cyclones finished the regular season winning four of their final five meets and are now looking to make a mark in Austin, Texas. 

The Iowa State Cyclones (7-3) continued their push toward the Big 12 Championship Friday as the swimming and diving team was hosted by the Kansas Jayhawks (6-1). The dual meet is split into two days and the Cyclones, despite their strong form recently, fell short on day one as Kansas took the meet with a score of 98-32.

The Iowa State Cyclones (7-3) continued their recent run, defeating West Virginia (3-3) in a winner-take-all relay led by Anna Andersen, Emily Haan, Evan Hundley and Ellyn Tan. The Cyclones are now on a four-game win streak after this 152-148 victory.

The Iowa State Cyclones swimming and diving team continued its winning ways after an impressive performance against Illinois State University. The Cyclones won 15 of 16 events as the dual meet finished with a final score of 191-100. The Cyclones have now won three dual meets in a row as they are closing in on the end of the season.

Coming off an impressive two-game win streak against the Northern Iowa and the University of Nebraska-Omaha, the Cyclone swimming and diving team looks to continue their winning ways at home this Friday against Illinois State University. 

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