While the Iowa State students were at home, taking their much needed winter break, the Iowa State swim and dive team was still training.
The Cyclones looked to win the final Cy-Hawk dual meet of the decade Friday night, however Iowa State was not able to pull out a win against t…
The Iowa State swimming and diving team will look to take its first win over Iowa in a decade when the Cyclones face off against the Hawkeyes …
The Iowa State swimming and diving team took care of South Dakota Friday evening, but couldn't overcome a close matchup against Rutgers the next morning.
It was a packed house as the Iowa State swimming and diving team had its first home meet of the season Friday night against Omaha and St. Catherine University.
There is a lot contributing to the success of a college sports team — an athlete's athletic ability, a coach's dedication to their players and the long hours of practice — but what many people don't know about is the unsung heroes of the team: the managers.
Friday night's intrasquad meet for the women's swimming and diving team was a close one, ending with the gold team beating the cardinal team 111-110.
As the first meet of the year approaches for the Iowa State swimming and diving team, coaches and players alike are looking ahead to the upcoming season.
Ali Basel came to the United States from South Africa without her parents and overcame shoulder surgery her sophomore year. Now a senior, Basel is looking to help lead her team in what she calls a "comeback season."
The Iowa State swimming and diving team set two school records at the Big 12 Championship Meet, which led a fifth place finish for the Cyclones.
After ending day three of the Big 12 Championship, the Iowa State Cyclones (7-4, 2-1 Big 12) were placed fifth heading into Saturday's events. The Cyclones finished the competition remaining in fifth after an eventful final day in Austin, Texas.
The Iowa State Cyclone swimming and diving team remains in fifth place despite four 'A' finals appearances on the day and six personal records.
After finishing in third place with 64 points just behind Kansas (7-1, 2-0 Big 12) with 66 and Texas (8-0) with 80 in day one of the Big 12 Championship, the Cyclones competed in the 500-free, 200-IM, 50-free, the 1-meter dive and the 400 medley relay in day two.
The Cyclones are in third place after day one of the Big 12 Championships mainly thanks to the 200 medley relay squad, which broke the previous nine-year-old record time of 1:40.19.
As the 2018-19 swimming and diving season begins to wrap up, the Cyclones (7-4, 2-1 Big 12) are headed into the Big 12 Championship with great momentum behind them. The Cyclones finished the regular season winning four of their final five meets and are now looking to make a mark in Austin, Texas.
Tan has had one of the most outstanding seasons for a Cyclone freshman swimmer in recent history.
Iowa State had their four-meet win streak cut short as the Kansas Jayhawks (7-1, 2-0 Big 12) topped the Cyclones 201-93. The Cyclones move to 7-4 (2-1 Big 12) headed into the Big 12 Championships which kick off on Feb. 27.
The Iowa State Cyclones (7-4, 2-1 Big 12) were bested by the Kansas Jayhawks (7-1, 2-0 Big 12) by a score of 201-93 in the final dual meet of the 2018-19 season.
The Iowa State Cyclones (7-3) continued their push toward the Big 12 Championship Friday as the swimming and diving team was hosted by the Kansas Jayhawks (6-1). The dual meet is split into two days and the Cyclones, despite their strong form recently, fell short on day one as Kansas took the meet with a score of 98-32.
The Iowa State (7-3, 2-0 Big 12) swimming and diving team will be going up against the rival Kansas Jayhawks (6-1, 0-0 Big 12) this weekend in a battle for Big 12 superiority.
The Iowa State seniors have had a great season thus far, including a stellar performance against West Virginia where they led the team to a close victory. That said, their journey is far from over.
The Cyclones emerged victorious as they pulled out a 152-148 win to put themselves at the top of the Big 12 Conference.
It was the Cyclones senior night, which made the win that much sweeter.
On Saturday morning, the Iowa State Cyclones (7-3, 2-0 Big 12) swimming and diving team edged out the West Virginia Mountaineers (3-3, 1-1 Big 12) by a score of 152-148.
The Iowa State Cyclones (7-3) continued their recent run, defeating West Virginia (3-3) in a winner-take-all relay led by Anna Andersen, Emily Haan, Evan Hundley and Ellyn Tan. The Cyclones are now on a four-game win streak after this 152-148 victory.
The last time that the Iowa State (6-3, 1-0 Big 12) and West Virginia (3-2, 1-0 Big 12) swimming and diving teams met in the pool, it came down to the wire.
The Iowa State swimming and diving team (6-3, 1-0 Big 12) pulled off one of its best performances in recent history on Friday night, defeating Illinois State (5-3, 1-1 MVC) by a score of 191-100.
The Iowa State Cyclones swimming and diving team continued its winning ways after an impressive performance against Illinois State University. The Cyclones won 15 of 16 events as the dual meet finished with a final score of 191-100. The Cyclones have now won three dual meets in a row as they are closing in on the end of the season.
The Iowa State Cyclones (5-3, 1-0 Big 12) conquered the Northern Iowa Panthers (10-2, 1-0 MVC) 179-121 on Saturday afternoon.
The Iowa State Cyclones (4-3, 1-0 Big 12) bested the Omaha Mavericks (2-4, 1-0 Summit) by a score of 153-68 on Friday evening in Omaha, Nebraska.
Iowa and Iowa State butted heads in Iowa City, Iowa, for the annual swimming and diving match as a part of the Cy-Hawk Series.
The Iowa State Cyclones (3-3, 1-0 Big 12) could not hold onto their early lead as the Iowa Hawkeyes (3-3, 1-2 Big Ten) triumphed 162-138 on Friday night.
After a second place finish at the Kansas Classic, the Cyclones look to build on their success from Topeka, Kansas in Iowa City, Iowa on Friday in the Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series.
The Cyclone Swimming and Diving team secured a second place finish at the Kansas Classic on Sunday.
The Iowa State Cyclone Swimming and Diving Team is in second place after day 1 of the Kansas Classic.
After a rough first day at the Hawkeye Invitational, the Cyclones looked to make a statement on day two.
The first of three days of the 2018 Hawkeye Invitational hosted by the University of Iowa proved to be a tough outing for the Cyclone divers.
The Iowa State swimmers and divers will be split for this weekend's action. The divers will be in Iowa City, Iowa, while the swimmers will be in Topeka, Kansas. The diving action begins on Thursday while the swimming starts on Friday.
At Friday’s meet in Dallas, Texas, the Cyclone Swimming and Diving Team defeated TCU (161-135), but fell to SMU (184-114), bringing their record to 3-2 (1-0 Big 12) on the season.