The Iowa State Cyclones completed their best weekend of the season, winning the Appalachian Invitational in Boone, North Carolina and improvin…
With its victories on Friday against the Western Carolina Catamounts and the Appalachian State Mountaineers, the Iowa State Cyclones needed a …
Iowa State traveled to Madison, Wisc. to play Miami (FL) in the first round of the NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament. The Cyclones defeated t…
For the second time this season, Iowa State made a change at the libero position against Northern Iowa with freshman Michal Schuler, who had a game high 24 digs, starting.
After earning her 149th win in Hilton Coliseum against South Dakota last week, Iowa State head coach Christy Johnson-Lynch and the Cyclones had the opportunity to get the 150th home win in her tenure with matches against the then sixth-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions and the Louisiana State (LSU) Tigers. Both matches resulted in an Iowa State loss.
Iowa State suffered two losses over the weekend against Penn State and LSU; the Cyclones’ most glaring weakness was the young team's inconsistency.
Iowa State dropped two games during the weekend to Penn State and Louisiana State, but two freshmen — Jaiden Centeno and Michal Schuler — have emerged as vital parts of the Cyclone rotation.
Iowa State hoped to earn their second home victory of the season against the Louisiana State (LSU) Tigers in the final match of the Cyclone Invitational on Sunday, but things weren’t going their way early on as the Cyclones trailed LSU 2-1 heading into set four.
Friday’s match in the Cyclone Invitational started off well for Iowa State as they came out and had a 15-9 lead midway through set one against the sixth-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions.
Iowa State was unable to knock off No. 6 Penn State on Friday as the Nittany Lions swept the Cyclones in Ames.
After not yielding a single set in its first three games, No. 6 Penn State will face Iowa State at Hilton Coliseum for the first game of the Cyclone Invitational on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Iowa State volleyball won its home opener in a 3-0 sweep against the South Dakota Coyotes on Tuesday at Hilton Coliseum. However, even with the convincing win, there were some things that the Cyclones can improve upon.
Despite an ‘OK’ defensive performance against South Dakota on Tuesday, Iowa State volleyball's attack provided a strong showing and a glimpse of what the offense could become.
Iowa State’s Avery Rhodes was named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week after her stunning performance in volleyball’s opening week.
Following its 3-2 loss against the Central Florida (UCF) Knights on Friday, the Iowa State Cyclones defeated the Ole Miss Rebels at the Rebel Invitational in Oxford, Mississippi, 3-1 on Saturday.
Iowa State fell to Central Florida three sets to two in not only the opening game of the season, but the opening game of the Rebel Invitational in Oxford, Mississippi.
Coming off of the volleyball preseason, Iowa State’s young roster has plenty of reason to be excited entering the 2019 season after beating No. 18 Creighton in an exhibition game and showing continued growth.
Iowa State volleyball defeated No. 18 Creighton 3-2 in an exhibition Friday displaying that despite the team’s youth this coming season — Iowa State will field a competitive roster in 2019.
A young Iowa State volleyball team faced a difficult challenge in its exhibition game against the No. 18 Creighton Bluejays.
With two of Iowa State’s top scorers gone from last season, the Cyclones will debut a young team and will see the return of two players who suffered from season-ending injuries last year.
After failing to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2005, the Iowa State Cyclones are working to get back to the big time. The team will have the luxury of having junior middle blocker Candelaria Herrera back.
Rather than the usual intensity of an Iowa State versus Iowa rivalry game, the Cyclones and Hawkeyes scrimmage against one another was filled with smiles, numerous errors and hiccups on the attack.
After dismantling Kansas State 96-58 on Wednesday, Iowa State is set to face Kansas for the Cyclones’ first Big 12 road game of the season.
Iowa State can call themselves champions after defeating the Tulane Green Wave 3-1 Tuesday night.
After defeating UNLV 3-1 in the National Invitational Volleyball Championship semifinal game, Iowa State has the opportunity to capture the NIVC Championship with a win versus Tulane.
The Cyclones defeated UNLV in four sets on Saturday, and will now advance to the NIVC finals on Tuesday to play one last match this season.
With a win over North Texas on Wednesday, Iowa State is now just one win away from the finals of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship. To get there, though, they'll have to defeat an old friend in UNLV head coach Dawn Sullivan, who was an assistant at Iowa State for 13 seasons.
Three members of the Iowa State volleyball team received good news on Tuesday.
Having swept their first two opponents in the NIVC (Drake and Bradley), Iowa State will continue its season with a quarterfinal matchup against North Texas on Wednesday night.
Make it two sweeps in two nights.
On Thursday, Iowa State was able to sweep Drake in its first game of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship tournament.
Iowa State took the floor against in-state rivals Drake Thursday night, but Hilton Coliseum belonged to the Cyclones and specifically, Jess Schaben.
A late comeback attempt fell short on Wednesday, as the No. 23 Iowa State women's basketball team lost its first game of the season to South Dakota by a score of 64-59.
With injuries and inconsistency plaguing Iowa State volleyball throughout the 2018 season, the team missed the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005. However, thanks to a strong finish, the team received an invite to the National Volleyball Invitational Championship, where they'll play Drake in the first round.
Despite missing the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005, Iowa State's season isn't over just yet.
In three straight sets, Iowa State defeated Kansas on Wednesday.
Having won two straight matches, Iowa State finds itself with an opportunity to fight for a chance to make the NCAA Volleyball Championship next week. Does Iowa State even have a chance of reaching that goal? There is a chance — a slim chance, but a chance.
Iowa State volleyball swept Oklahoma in its final road match of the regular season to move to 14-13 on the year. Here are some takeaways from the Cyclones' win.
After getting a much-needed victory over West Virginia (3-1) on Nov. 10, the Iowa State volleyball team returns to the court (6-7 in Big 12 play) with a road matchup in Norman, Oklahoma against the fourth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (7-6 in Big 12 play).
Coach Christy Johnson-Lynch and members of the Iowa State volleyball team spoke to the media Monday. Here are some highlights from the interviews.