Iowa State Cyclone wrestling released their schedule on Monday for the 2019-2020 and they'll have chances to avenge some of last seasons key losses.
Iowa State redshirt freshman David Carr became the first-ever Cyclone to win a Junior Freestyle World Championship with a 5-4 victory in the c…
At the Final X series, Kevin Gadson and Thomas Gilman both lost and failed to earn the top spot at their respective weights to represent the U.S. at the 2019 World Championships.
After losing in Final X 2018, former Iowa State wrestler Kyven Gadson will face Olympic gold medalist Kyle Snyder for a spot on the 2019 US World Team.
David Carr earned a spot on the Junior World Team and Kevin Gadson won out to have a shot to take down 2016 Gold Medalist Kyle Snyder at Final X in June.
Iowa State's David Carr had a bye on the first day of the Junior World Team Trials while teammate Joel Shapiro went 1-1 on the day.
The transition into the Kevin Dresser era at Iowa State was ugly.
After fielding one athlete in the entire 2018 NCAA Wresting Championships, the Cyclones sent nine in 2019, including two athletes who made it to the final day of competition.
Going into Friday, Iowa State had all nine of its NCAA Tournament qualifiers still in their respective brackets, with the majority of them in the consolations, but by Friday evening only four remained.
The Iowa State wrestling program has done a 180-degree turn from year one to year two under coach Kevin Dresser.
After sending one athlete to the NCAA Championships last season, the Cyclones sent all but one weight to the 'Big Dance' this year.
Chase Straw earned a second year as the lead man at 157-pounds this season with a lot to prove with freshman David Carr a year away from vying for his spot in the starting lineup. On Saturday, he became a Big 12 Champion.
Iowa State wrestling exceeded expectations this weekend and is sending nine wrestlers to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to compete in the NCAA Championships.
After failing to send more than one athlete to the NCAA Championships last season, the Cyclones managed to punch multiple tickets on day one of this year's Big 12 Championships.
On Thursday, the calendar flips to March, and one of the best sports months of the year follows.
Sunday marked a unique day for Iowa State wrestling.
Iowa State lost its final dual of the season on Sunday night by a score of 23-15.
Iowa State wrestling lost its third dual of the season on Friday by a score of 22-13 to No. 17 Northern Iowa.
When David Carr committed to Iowa State in October 2017, the Cyclones knew they were getting a talented individual on the wrestling mat.
After the Iowa state high school tournament wrapped up Saturday, the wrestling action continued about 40 miles north.
Iowa State wrestling is staying in Ames, Iowa, this weekend as it hosts the Last Chance Open at 9 a.m on Sunday.
Iowa State went head-to-head with Oregon State on Monday night and came away with its 10th win of the season.
It was a late one for Cyclone fans, but those who stayed up witnessed another strong performance from Iowa State.
After a jam-packed road trip to New Jersey and West Virginia a little under a month ago, the Cyclones wrestling team heads to the other side of the U.S. for Monday's dual.
Iowa State wrestling is declining out of the most busy part of the season and now the Cyclones' schedule is starting to cool off.
Iowa State wrestling dominated Utah Valley on Sunday, pushing its record to 9-2 and 6-1 in Big 12 duals.
Iowa State dominated South Dakota State on Friday, and now on Sunday, it’ll look to continue that trend.
The Iowa State wrestling team was hotter than the pyrotechnics during the intros.
No. 14 Iowa State faced a tough challenge against now-No.2 Oklahoma State on the road in its last dual. The Cyclones fell to 7-2 (4-1 Big 12) after a 22-15 loss.
Iowa State traveled to Stillwater, Oklahoma, on Sunday with the momentum of six dual wins in a row, but ultimately fell to 7-2 (4-1 Big 12) after a 22-15 win by Oklahoma State.
No. 15 Iowa State cruised through the rest of its Big 12 duals entering Sunday's dual with No. 3 Oklahoma State. The Cyclones struggled to string together many wins against the Cowboys on Sunday, though.
Iowa State wrestling is sitting in a good place over halfway through the season.
Iowa State wrestling will host Oklahoma at 7 p.m. Friday in Hilton Coliseum with a lot of expectations for success.
The Iowa State wrestling team handed notched its sixth dual win of the year on Sunday by a score of 36-3 over West Virginia.
The Cyclones wrapped up their road trip with a win over West Virginia 36-3.
As the central Iowa weather gets colder, Iowa State wrestling continues to get hotter.
The Cyclones extended their winning streak with a 29-17 win over Rider.
Momentum is building for the Cyclones after starting 2-0 in Big 12 duals.
After Jarrett Degen heated up late in the 2017-18 season, securing a spot in Cleveland at the NCAA Championships, the 149-pounder received attention from fans, coaches and teammates.
Iowa State took care of business in Hilton Coliseum against Fresno State on Sunday, with a dominating performance over the Bulldogs that ended 31-6.
Iowa State returned to the mat in Hilton Coliseum on Sunday.