In Iowa State's final game of the season, the Cyclones swept Texas Tech on senior day.
Iowa State took the sets 25-14, 25-13 and the final set 25-22.
Iowa State finishes the season hot
In Iowa State's last four games, the Cyclones have won four straight matches with the last three being sweeps.
In those games, Iowa State has been stingy on the defensive end with the highest opponent hitting percentage being .191 by Oklahoma.
Against Texas Tech, Iowa State had their second highest hitting percentage of the season with .424.
Against Texas Tech, Iowa State had three notable stat sheet stuffers: Jess Schaben, Grace Lazard and Izzy Enna.
Schaben had 16 kills and .483 hitting percentage. In the last four games, Schaben has been on a tear including two other performances where she has had a double-double.
Against the Red Raiders, Lazard had 13 kills with a .867 hitting percentage and five block assists. Enna had 19 kills operating as the Cyclones' libero. The next highest player had nine.
Iowa State to the NCAA Tournament?
For most of the season, Iowa State has flirted with the last place spots in the Big 12, but with the final win over Texas Tech, Iowa State is third in the Big 12 rankings behind Texas and Baylor.
On Nov. 18, the RPI had Iowa State ranked No. 74 in the nation. At the time, Iowa State was 14-13. With two sweeps, Iowa State is sure to jump in the rankings.
With that being said, Iowa State will have to make a significant jump as the lowest RPI team to make the tournament with an at-large bid in the last five years was 54.
Texas Tech was ranked 64 in the RPI while the other opponent Iowa State swept, Kansas, was ranked 36.
In the tournament selection process, 32 teams will have earned automatic bids by winning conference tournaments or championships which leaves 32 more at-large bids.
The full tournament bracket is to be announced this Sunday at 8 p.m.