The scene set for the Iowa State woman’s soccer team heading into the week was described as “bittersweet” by senior midfielder/defender Marin Daniel.
After having its game postponed Thursday night due to the weather, Iowa State was back in action Friday morning against the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. The Cyclones lost against the Longhorns 3-1.
The matchup between Iowa State and Texas on Thursday night has been postponed due to lightning strikes, Iowa State soccer's Twitter account announced Thursday night.
Iowa State soccer failed to come away with a win this weekend as the Cyclones fell to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State 1-0 and 3-0 respectively. Following these losses, the Cyclones moved to 3-12 overall with still no wins in the Big 12.
The Iowa State Cyclones (3-12, 0-6 Big 12) lost 0-3 to the No. 15 Oklahoma State Cowgirls (12-1-3, 5-1-1 Big 12) on Sunday afternoon. Oklahoma State's Grace Yochum put up a hat trick to defeat Iowa State.
The Cyclones are coming off a tough loss from Thursday night when they fell to the Oklahoma Sooners 1-0. The loss dropped their record to 3-11 on the season and dropped their Big 12 record to 0-5.
The Iowa State soccer team is amidst the roughest stretch of its season. After falling 1-0 to Oklahoma on Thursday night, the Cyclones can add another game into the list of matches just slipping through their fingers.
After coming off of back to back home losses, the Cyclones have their eyes set on Friday evening where they will face Kansas State University away from home. The Cyclones have been on a run of losses as of late but their performances have steadily improved.
Iowa State finds itself with a 3-9 record on the season and a 0-3 record in Big 12 play as it heads to Manhattan, Kansas, to face a Kansas State University team that is 3-9-2 on the season and 0-4 in Big 12 play.
Iowa State fell short against TCU and Texas Tech University this weekend but showed signs of improvement on both ends of the pitch. The Cyclones fell 1-0 to the Red Raiders on Friday night and 2-1 to the Horned Frogs on Sunday afternoon.
Thursday night, the Cyclones played a total of 108 minutes when they hosted Texas Tech. Iowa State and Texas Tech went into a double overtime match, which was two minutes away from ending in a draw without taking Tech’s game winning goal in account.
Although the Iowa State Cyclones have not won a game in Big 12 conference play yet, the team thinks it is right there. Coming off a double-overtime loss against No. 18 Texas Tech, the team is hoping it can build into Sunday.
Iowa State was tasked with a big responsibility Thursday night. It had to find a way to slow down the red-hot No. 18 Texas Tech attack, which led the Big 12 conference in goals and shots. Also, it had to do this without its veteran goalkeeper in junior Dayja Schwichtenberg.
The Cyclones are returning home to Ames after a series of road games against Saint Louis, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Memphis and West Virginia. During their road stretch, the Cyclones went 1-3 and started Big 12 play 0-1 after their recent loss to West Virginia.
Iowa State returned from West Virginia after having fallen 2-0 to the Mountaineers and seeing their record adjust to 3-7 on the season.
The Cyclones were back in action on Friday night as they kicked off Big 12 play, traveling to Morgantown, West Virginia to face the West Virginia Mountaineers. The Cyclones lost against the Mountaineers 2-0.
The Iowa State Cyclones will have their work cut out for them as they travel to face No. 11 University of Memphis on Friday evening. The Cyclones are coming off of a very important overtime win against Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and are hoping to improve upon that performance.
Freshmen Mira Emma has been on fire as of late and her efforts for the Iowa State women's soccer team has earned her the Big 12 Freshman of the Week award.
The Iowa State women’s soccer team finds itself with a 3-5 record heading into weekend where they’re going up against a tough Memphis Tigers team, with conference play being right around the corner.
Iowa State returned to Ames 1-1 after facing Saint Louis University and Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, bringing its record to 3-5.
The Iowa State women's soccer team is coming off a weekend where it lost a heartbreaker to Creighton University in the final minutes of the game, while also getting back in the win column with a victory over the University of Nebraska Omaha and moving to 2-4 on the season.
After scoring the game-winning goal against the University of Nebraska-Omaha on Sunday, Emma has made her way into the spotlight -- not just with her scoring, but her vision.
After losing against Creighton University in the dying minutes of Friday's match, the Cyclones found their best form against the University of Nebraska-Omaha as they defeated the Mavericks 1-0 Sunday at home.
Iowa State soccer went back on the road after a week spent regrouping following a loss in the Cyclones' home opener against Purdue University. The Cyclones traveled to Omaha, Nebraska to face off with the Creighton University Bluejays, where the Cyclones lost against the Bluejays 1-0.
It has been a tale of two halves for the Iowa State Cyclones soccer team this year.
The Cyclones booted a first half lead against the Boilermakers of Purdue on Sunday, falling 1-2.
After putting up its first win of the season against the University of California at Irvine, the Cyclones took a trip out to Iowa City to face the University of Iowa in a Cy-Hawk Series matchup. The Cyclones lost against the veteran Hawkeye team 2-1.
Iowa State soccer's hopes are high this week after coming away with a 1-0 win in their last outing against the University of California at Irvine. It was a tough match for the Cyclones, but the team is now looking forward to Thursday evening when they will face the University of Iowa in the Cy-Hawk Series.
The Iowa State Cyclones (1-1) secured their first win of the season on Sunday afternoon as they defeated the UC Irvine Anteaters (0-2) in a tight 1-0 contest.
After a tough 3-0 loss at UCLA Friday, Iowa State soccer bounced back Sunday as the Cyclones defeated the University of California at Irvine 1-0 in a very close match. The Cyclones improved their overall record to 1-1 with this victory and are looking to build on this performance throughout the rest of the season.
In what will be their first regular season action of the year, the Iowa State soccer team will travel to California to battle the UCLA Bruins and UC Irvine Anteaters.
In some freshmen’s first game, there is a chance they could struggle to adjust to the pace and quality of play.
In its first exhibition game of the season, the Iowa State Cyclones travel to Cedar Falls to face off against the Northern Iowa Panthers on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Cedar Valley Soccer Complex.
Heading into the 2019 season, the Iowa State soccer team will be without their its team captains from last season — defenders Riley Behan and Jordan Enga and midfielder Emily Steil — due to them graduating.