Iowa State capped off its brutal week on the road with yet another blowout loss to a ranked opponent, this time it was a 72-52 loss to No. 23 …
After Friday night saw Cyclone Hockey outscore Northern Illinois 7-0, as well as outshoot them 48-10, head coach Jason Fairman decided it was …
Iowa State (8-8, 1-3 Big 12) faces the challenge of taking down last season's runner ups, No. 23 Texas Tech (11-5, 2-2 Big 12), in Lubbock, Texas.
BROOKINGS, S.D. – Alex Mackall swung the momentum in favor of Iowa State Friday night.
Coming off a split with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Iowa State was looking to use the familiarity of Ames to build some momentum. Northern Illinois came in with a 3-14 record, so the Cyclones hoped that they could get a dominant win.
Following a much-needed rest after traveling to Orem, Utah, and Tempe, Arizona, for its duals against Utah Valley and the Sundevil Duals, Iowa State has its sights set on South Dakota State and North Dakota State this weekend.
Iowa State lost by 13 points on Wednesday in a game that was put out of reach just a couple minutes into the second half.
Part of Iowa State's schedule for next season has just released as the Cyclones are slated to appear in the Emerald Coast Classic in Florida over Thanksgiving Weekend next season.
The Iowa State Track and Field program will be back in action on Friday and Saturday after a month long rest over the winter holidays. The Cyclones will travel to Iowa City, Iowa, and compete against six other teams in the Larry Wieczorek Invitational.
It wasn't a pretty game to start, but the Baylor Bears (13-1, 4-0 Big 12) used a great second half on offense to take a win over the Cyclones.
After a month away from Ames, the Cyclone Hockey team is back in the Ames/ISU arena on January 17 and 18, the puck will drop at 7:30 p.m both nights.
Iowa State returns to the grind of the Big 12 dual season with a trip to Brookings, South Dakota, on Friday night to face the South Dakota State Jackrabbits before making the trek back to Ames for a Sunday afternoon showdown with the Bison of North Dakota State.
The beginning of Iowa State's (8-7, 1-2 Big 12) tough schedule of ranked competition kicks off at 7 p.m. Wednesday when the Cyclones head down to Waco, Texas, in a battle with the No. 2 Baylor Bears (13-1, 3-0 Big 12).
Hockey is not just a game; it is a lifestyle. Hockey is heavily built upon hard work, grit, intelligence and physicality. Both Jason Fairman and Nikita Kozak have a connection to hockey and live their lives based on the sport that they adore.
After the Oklahoma game, I wrote about how junior guard Terrence Lewis has given the Cyclones an added element.
Iowa State played perhaps its most important game on Saturday. Coming off of a three game losing streak and playing a tough — albeit beatable — Oklahoma team, the Cyclones needed to get back on track if they hoped to have any success this season.
Iowa State hit the road for a quartet of duals on the West Coast and is returning to Ames having earned an even split. After dominating Utah Valley in the Big 12 opener 45-0, the Cyclones went 1-2 in Phoenix for the Sun Devil duals.
Iowa State needed a win in a big way heading into Hilton Coliseum on Saturday. To the tune of 81-68, the Cyclones got exactly what they were looking for against Oklahoma.
Coming into its matchup against Oklahoma, Steve Prohm knew change was needed.
Note: This game was moved from 2 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. because of impending weather conditions
Iowa State (7-7, 0-2 conference) is home again at Hilton Coliseum as it hosts the Oklahoma Sooners (11-3, 2-0 conference), but with a three game losing streak, this game becomes important for coach Steve Prohm and his team.
Iowa State had about a month long hiatus before hitting the ice in Pelham, Alabama, for a weekend tilt with the 2-14 Crimson Tide.
Iowa State football gained another name on Friday as it hired Dave Andrews from the University of Pittsburgh as its Director of Football Strength and Conditioning.
Chase Field has hosted some of sports most memorable events.
Iowa State returned to dual action Thursday as it traveled to Orem, Utah, to square off with Utah Valley, kicking off Big 12 duals for the Cyclones. Iowa State dominated Utah Valley 45-0.
Nothing was working for Iowa State against the Jayhawks Wednesday night in a 79-53 blowout.
Iowa State and Kansas were locked in a back-and-forth matchup through the first 14 minutes of Wednesday's game.
Iowa State 7-6 (0-1 Big 12) began the start of its tough stretch of ranked opponents against No.3 Kansas 11-2 (1-0 Big 12) in Hilton Coliseum Wednesday night.
Iowa State Wrestling has already kickstarted its 2020 with the Southern Scuffle, but now the Cyclones look forward to opening up conference duals as it travels to Orem, Utah, to square off with the Utah Valley Wolverines.
With No. 3 Kansas rolling into Hilton Coliseum on Wednesday, Iowa State men's basketball is in the midst of a tough stretch of play.
Iowa State wrestling returns home after making the trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the 2020 Southern Scuffle to start out the new year. The Cyclones finished in 15th place after recording 39.5 points and crowning a champion.
Iowa State men's basketball opened conference play on the road in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday night against the 9-3 TCU Horned Frogs, less than a week removed from one of the worst losses in program history to Florida A&M Tuesday in Hilton Coliseum.
Iowa State lost one of its worst games in program history on Tuesday to a 1-9 Florida A&M team. The Cyclones will be hoping for better fortune on Saturday to start conference play.
Iowa State took a hit to its coaching staff on Thursday.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Kevin Dresser was straight to the point when asked why he sent heavyweight and 12th-ranked Gannon Gremmel, one of three starters and the only top-20 guy in his lineup, to the Southern Scuffle.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Iowa State Wrestling kickstarted its 2020 season after competing in the first day of the Southern Scuffle.
Arguably, Iowa State men's basketball had its best decade in the 2010s. Four Big 12 postseason championships, went to the Sweet 16 twice, won over 20 games in all but two years and only had one losing season.
Iowa State lost in a shocker on Tuesday to the 1-9 Florida A&M in Hilton Coliseum by a score of 70-68.
Iowa State had never lost to a team from the Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference. It had beaten Florida A&M in the only prior meeting back in the 1989-90 season. It had won three of four games going into Tuesday night.
Iowa State’s season ended on Saturday on a sour note. The Cyclones lost 33-9 to the Notre Dame Irish.
To close out non-conference play and the 2019 portion of its season, Iowa State will welcome Florida A&M to Hilton Coliseum on Tuesday.
After a two-week holiday break, Iowa State Wrestling have its sights set on returning to the mat to start 2020. The Cyclones will travel to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the Southern Scuffle. The Scuffle will take place on Jan 1 and 2.
When Iowa State opens the new year and new decade at the Southern Scuffle on January 1, the roster it'll take isn't one that is tabbed as the 11th best team in Division I.