Both the Iowa State men's and women's cross country teams took home the team titles at the Bob Timmons Classic in Lawrence, Kansas, on Saturday.
As the fall heats up, so does the cross country season.
The start of the 2020-21 Division I college basketball season has been set for Nov. 25, according to a tweet from Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.
The first game of the season ended in a worst-case scenario situation for Iowa State. Not only did Iowa State lose to Louisiana in its only nonconference game, but they were blown out 31-14.
To take a page out of Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard's book, I decided to write an open letter to address some issues that have taken place these last two weeks on our campus. Specifically, the topic of closing Stephens Auditorium and the decision to have no fans in the stands is the topic of conversation in this letter.
Iowa State football, along with the world of college football, made its big return for the 2020 season over the weekend.
The offense sputtered a lot in its first game, but Iowa State's defense stepped up and gave the Cyclones a chance to win on Saturday.
Iowa State kicked its season off against the University of Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday. The Cyclones lost to the Ragin’ Cajuns 31-14.
It was a slow day at the office for Brock Purdy and the Iowa State offense on Saturday in the season opener against the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns.
There are many adjectives to describe what happened Saturday afternoon between No. 23 Iowa State and Louisiana.
Starting at 11 a.m. Saturday inside Jack Trice Stadium, Iowa State football will be officially back.
The football season is on the cusp of finally returning after a slight extension of the offseason thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes it incited in the 2020 season.
Make that two on-campus COVID-19 testing centers for Iowa State University.
Former Iowa State standout wide receiver Hakeem Butler was released by the Arizona Cardinals and defensive end Matt Leo was waived by the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday.
Just two days removed from reversing course and announcing no fans will be attending Iowa State football games, Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard wrote a letter to fans on Friday with news of updated financial troubles for the athletic department to address.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Story County, Iowa State Athletics will no longer allow fans at the first football game, bringing relief to Story County’s Board of Public Health.
The 2020 season has no shortages of things that bring excitement to Iowa State football and the loyal fans supporting from around the world.
The college football season is an exciting time for a lot of people, but for season-ticket holders and students, it can be much more than that. Going to games, watching top-25 polls drop and standing behind your team as it tries to have a successful season is something that a lot of people enjoy every year.
After deciding on 25,000 fans in the stadium, Iowa State reversed course Wednesday by announcing that no fans would be allowed at the season opener against Louisiana on Sept 12.
Iowa State football was looking for a way to display a unified message in regards to social justice, and it looks like it found one that can be visible for the world to see.
When Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard revealed his detailed plan for having roughly 25,000 fans attend Iowa State's first football game Sept. 12, his message was clear.
The Big 12 released the week one television schedule Tuesday and Iowa State is getting an 11 a.m. game on Sept. 12 on ESPN.
Iowa State's backcourt depth earned another piece for the upcoming season Monday as Memphis transfer Tyler Harris received a waiver from the NCAA making him eligible to play in the 2020-21 NCAA men's basketball season.
Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard spoke with the media Monday afternoon to address questions that were mainly directed toward Iowa State allowing 25,000 fans into Jack Trice Stadium for the first football game of the year.
Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard wrote another open letter to fans on Monday announcing that 25,000 fans are expected to attend Iowa State's first home game of the season on Sept. 12.
Iowa State football opens its season in less than two weeks against Louisiana in Jack Trice Stadium, the start of what will surely be one of, if not the craziest, seasons of college football in history.
I think it goes without saying that the past couple months have been some of the craziest times throughout the history of sports.
Over the last handful of seasons for Iowa State football, the mantra has been: "It's not if, it's when."
The debate over what student-athletes should deserve for their efforts on and off their respective fields, courts or mats has long been a popular topic at the forefront of collegiate sports.
Iowa State was recognized by the AP preseason poll Monday with the No. 23 spot in the nation.
When have we, as college football writers and fans, truly cared about the Associated Press (AP) preseason poll?
After the 2019 season, the Cyclones lost starters Ray Lima, Jamahl Johnson and Marcel Spears Jr.
The NCAA has approved allowing fall-sport student athletes to play any amount of competitions they want while not exhausting a year of eligibility. The news was first reported by Brett McMurphy of Stadium.
A few things have changed in the world of college sports since Matt Campbell and members of the Iowa State football team last spoke with the media.
The NBA Draft Lottery was held Thursday night to determine which team would take home the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. The Minnesota Timberwolves earned that honor, but for Iowa State guard Tyrese Haliburton, it also gave a clearer picture of where he might go in the draft come Oct. 16.
It seems like we are right back where we were five months ago.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left the United States struggling with the inclusion of sports being put on the back burner for much of the summer. While sports are an excellent part of society, they certainly weren't the most important thing to worry about, especially during a pandemic.
Editor's note: The Iowa State Daily will be documenting the playoff performances of the eight former Iowa State basketball alumni that have found themselves in the 2020 NBA playoffs.
The 2020 school year has officially begun at Iowa State University, and it's full of uncertainty and plenty of understandable changes for students due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard outlined three possible options for fan attendance for Iowa State football games in a letter to fans Friday, giving clarity as to where Iowa State's options stand as other members of the Big 12 have come out in recent weeks with their plans for fan capacity.
Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard released updated plans for Iowa State athletics regarding the fall sports season in a letter to fans on Friday.
Head Coach Kevin Dresser tacked on another addition to his roster after former Waukee, Iowa, standout Anthony Zach announced he’d be joining Iowa State wrestling through an Instagram post Wednesday night.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence took to Twitter on Sunday to talk about why the NCAA football season should happen. While the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) — the conference Clemson resides in — decided to play, the Big Ten, Pac-12 and numerous smaller conferences announced an end to their fall sports.
After the Big 12 announced that it would be playing college football in 2020, the conference released a schedule of conference opponents.
A chasm formed this week between the Power Five conferences where the Big Ten and Pac-12 chose to suspend the football season at least until the spring while the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has decided to play.