After a historic 2019 season, Iowa State's Bridget Carleton was named the 2019 Celia Barquin Arozamena Iowa State Female Athlete of the Year.
Being a WNBA second round draft pick doesn't guarantee a roster spot in the WNBA as evident by Dallas cutting former Iowa player and Player of the Year Megan Gustafson, but former Iowa State player Bridget Carleton made Connecticut's regular season roster.
After competing at their respective team trials, Iowa State's Ashley Joens was named an alternate to the USA U19 World Cup team while Kristin Scott failed to make the USA Pan American team roster.
Iowa State bolstered what was already a solid 2020 recruiting class with the addition of another top-60 recruit on Thursday.
Iowa State made a splash in the transfer market on Monday, adding a former top-50 recruit in the class of 2018.
Former Iowa State star Bridget Carleton was all smiles as she stepped into the Sukup Basketball Complex Wednesday night with fellow senior Meredith Burkhall by her side.
On Thursday, Iowa State's athletics director Jamie Pollard announced on Twitter a contract extension with long-time women's basketball coach Bill Fennelly. Fennelly's contract extension with the university runs through the 2025 season.
Despite a 31-point game from senior guard Bridget Carleton, No. 3 seed Iowa State was upset by No. 11 seed Missouri State 69-60 in the round of 32 at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa.
Iowa State went ice cold from the field at the most inopportune time, and the team's best season in recent memory is over because of it.
No madness, no upset, just flat-out dominance.
Just over a week ago, we asked you what you wanted to know about Iowa State men’s and women’s basketball and its history in the NCAA Tournament using #AskMeAmes.
No. 13 Iowa State fell to top-ranked Baylor in the championship game of the Big 12 Tournament on Monday night, losing 67-49.
Behind a strong fourth quarter, No. 1 seed Baylor was able to take down No. 2 seed Iowa State 67-49 in the Big 12 Tournament Championship game.
Iowa State defeated Texas 75-69 in the semi-finals of the Big 12 Tournament to advance to the championship game agains Baylor. Here are three takeaways from Sunday's game.
In their Big 12 Tournament opener, No. 19 Iowa State downed Kansas 75-58.
A common theme throughout this season for Iowa State is just how different things have been compared to last year.
For the first time ever, an Iowa State women’s basketball player has been awarded the Big 12 Player of the Year. Senior Bridget Carleton was honored with the award Wednesday and edged out last year's winner, Kalani Brown, from Baylor.
The Cyclones weren't at their best on Senior Night, but No. 19 Iowa State clinched the No. 2 spot in the Big 12 behind huge performances from senior Bridget Carleton and junior Kristin Scott to down Kansas 69-49. It was the final home game for the senior class of Carleton, Alexa Middleton and Meredith Burkhall.
It remains to be seen if Monday night will be the last time Iowa State's seniors take the floor at Hilton Coliseum, but if it was, they walked off winners.
Behind a historic performance by senior Bridget Carleton, No. 20 Iowa State was able to take down No. 18 Texas on the road 82-73.
Iowa State defeated Texas 82-73 in Austin on Saturday to move to 22-7 on the season and 12-5 in Big 12 play, all while moving into sole possession of second place in the conference.
Top-ranked Baylor already has the Big 12 regular season title locked up, but it's very likely that the battle for second place in the conference will be decided on Saturday in Austin.
When Baylor’s Lauren Cox placed her toes on the “T” of the “state” at center court for the opening tip off, she wasn’t the tallest player on the court, but neither was the Iowa State player who stood across the court's center line. The tallest player was her teammate Kalani Brown, who stands at 6-foot-7. Cox, a 6-foot-4 power forward, lifted her hand as the referee raised the ball for the jump. The ball was raised into the air between the two players as Cox’s hand decisively reached the …
A furious fourth quarter comeback and a late go-ahead basket from Bridget Carleton allowed No. 20 Iowa State to escape Lubbock with a 64-62 win over Texas Tech on Tuesday night.
To avoid losing vital positioning for the NCAA Tournament, No. 20 Iowa State will have to take down Texas Tech on the road at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Despite a comeback effort late in the game by No. 20 Iowa State, it wasn't enough to overcome three quarters of poor play as the Cyclones fell to No. 1 Baylor at home 73-60.
Poor shooting from three doomed No. 20 Iowa State in a 73-60 loss to Baylor, with the Cyclones trailing by as many as 21 points. Despite poor shooting, No. 20 Iowa State was able to bring the Baylor lead to within single digits in the fourth quarter.
Iowa State's game against Baylor on Saturday is huge for the Cyclones, and you don't need to look very hard to see why.
On Wednesday, No. 20 Iowa State faces Oklahoma for the earliest game Iowa State has had all season.
In a game that saw the Big 12's two leading scorers go head-to-head, it was the secondary options that made the difference.
No. 18 Iowa State will attempt to bounce back at home Saturday against Oklahoma State after a 76-69 loss at TCU on Wednesday.
Despite a 34 point double-double from Bridget Carleton, No. 18 Iowa State lost 76-69 to Texas Christian University.
Iowa state fell to 18-6 on the season and to 8-4 in the Big 12 with a 76-69 loss to TCU on Wednesday. Here are three takeaways from the Cyclones' rough night in Fort Worth, Texas.
With only seven regular games left this season, No. 18 Iowa State has to travel to take on Texas Christian University at 6:30 p.m Wednesday.
No. 22 Iowa State avenged it's January loss to West Virginia on Saturday with a 77-61 defeat of the Mountaineers.
Behind a third quarter offensive outburst and stout interior defense, No. 22 Iowa State was able to take down West Virginia 77-61.
Believe it or not, Saturday’s contest between No. 22 Iowa State and West Virginia might be the Cyclones’ most important conference game in years.
No. 23 Iowa State moved to 17-5 on the season and to 6-3 in Big 12 Conference play with a 81-52 victory over Kansas State in Manhattan. Here are three takeaways from Saturday's game.
For its seventh win in the Big 12, No. 23 Iowa State beat Kansas State 81-52 on the road.
On Tuesday, No. 23 Iowa State defeated Texas Tech 105-66. With the win, Iowa State sits at third in the Big 12 with a 6-3 record.
Nearly halfway through Big 12 Conference play, the Iowa State women’s basketball team is in a good spot compared to last season.
No. 20 Iowa State defeated Oklahoma State 84-71 in Stillwater on Saturday. Here are some takeaways from the Cyclones' win.
Traveling to Stillwater, Oklahoma, No. 20 Iowa State was able to defeat Oklahoma State 84-71 thanks to a hot start.
After a loss to No. 2 Baylor, No. 20 Iowa State will travel to Oklahoma State for their next game of the Big 12 schedule. Oklahoma State is currently riding a five game home win streak.
On the road versus No. 2 Baylor, the No. 20-ranked Cyclones fell 84-69.