The 2020 soccer season has come and gone for Iowa State, and once again, it ended in a familiar sight for Iowa State soccer fans.
While the Iowa State Cyclones weren't able to win this one, the squad showed incredible persistence in achieving a tie. There were some major themes that led to the result.
Iowa State came into its last game of the season with a record of 2-6, losing three in a row after starting a respectable 2-3.
This season for the Iowa State Cyclones has been a learning process for the coaching staff and players. With the addition of new head coach Ma…
Head Coach Matt Fannon said Friday’s game might’ve been the best game the squad has played all year. But just a few mistakes proved costly in the end as the Cyclones fell short.
The Iowa State soccer team saw defeat on senior night in its last home game of the season. It faced a struggling Kansas State team, whose record improves to 2-6 after their 2-0 victory.
Iowa State soccer sits at 2-5 and is firmly planted in the bottom half of the Big 12 standings for another season.
Iowa State soccer came into this weekend's game against Texas Tech looking for a win to turn its shortened season around, and a winless Red Raider squad seemed like the perfect candidate.
The Iowa State soccer team has had some close matches this season, with three of its four losses coming by a goal. But as the offense tries to improve, the defense has been one of the best in the conference. The Cyclones will try to make some adjustments as try to finish what could be a historic season strong.
Having been defeated in its last outing by the Texas Longhorns 1-0, the Iowa State soccer team will hope to bounce back against Texas Tech this Friday.
Iowa State soccer fell to 2-4 on the season after falling 1-0 to Texas on Friday in Ames. Coming off a win, the Cyclones were looking to start a winning streak, but were unable to finish chances.