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The Iowa State volleyball team (17-11, 8-8 Big 12) dropped its regular season finale three sets to one to the No. 4 Texas Longhorns (21-3, 15-1 Big 12) on Saturday night.
Iowa State needed a win on Saturday against the fourth-ranked Texas Longhorns to finish the conference schedule with a winning record, and it looked well on its way to doing that as it won the first set 25-23.
The Iowa State Cyclones headed to Lawrence, Kansas, to face the Kansas Jayhawks on Wednesday and hoped to earn a sweep against Kansas this season.
The Iowa State volleyball team is in prime position to make the NCAA Tournament. The team likely stands one win away from securing an at-large bid. But the Kansas Jayhawks stand in the way.
Iowa State is in its final week of the regular season and is in the hunt for a spot in the 2019 NCAA tournament.
Iowa State looked to avenge its home loss on October 12 in Ames, Iowa, to the Texas Tech Lady Raiders, by beating them in Lubbock, Texas, on Wednesday.
Iowa State claimed third place in the Big 12 with a 3-1 win over Oklahoma on Friday.
In Iowa State’s last matchup versus the Oklahoma Sooners, it dropped in the first by ten points 25-15. The Cyclones lost the match 3-1.
Iowa State had five players sign letters of intent in the past seven days, with two back row players signing Wednesday and two middle blockers signing Thursday.
With only four games left on the schedule, Iowa State’s matchup against Oklahoma will determine which team will finish third in the conference behind Texas and Baylor.
Iowa State came into Saturday’s match versus the Kansas State Wildcats, looking to complete the season sweep.
For the second time this season, Iowa State faces the Kansas State Wildcats, this time in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
Coming into Wednesday’s tilt with the West Virginia Mountaineers, Iowa State had a 3-2 record coming off of a loss. In its previous matchup, Iowa States’ defense didn’t play well, as it allowed the third-ranked Baylor Bears to hit .379 in a 3-0 loss.
For the second time this season, Iowa State swept West Virginia, this time coming at home in Ames.
Closing in on the end of the Big 12 season, Iowa State faces West Virginia at home Wednesday in a must-win game for the Cyclones.
For the second time this season, Iowa State faces the Baylor Bears Sunday at 4:00 p.m in Waco, Texas. The Bears are 18-1 (8-1 Big 12) and are in second place out of nine teams in the Big 12. They are also the third-ranked team in the NCAA in the AVCA Coaches poll.
Iowa State defeated TCU 3-0 on Wednesday on the road to go to a 5-4 conference record, while the Horn Frogs fell to a 2-7 record.
After having a negative hitting percentage in Iowa State’s previous game, Iowa State’s most efficient hitter, Candelaria Herrera, returned to form in a 3-0 win against Kansas State on Saturday.
With no game for the Cyclones on Wednesday, Iowa State had the opportunity to take some extra time to focus on fundamentals after a loss to Oklahoma Saturday.
Iowa State notched its fourth loss in the Big 12 on Saturday when the team fell to Oklahoma on the road 3-1 (25-15, 25-12, 23-15, 25-18),
Iowa State was able to overcome a poor hitting performance in the first set to sweep TCU on Wednesday.
For only the second time this season, Iowa State went an entire week without capturing a victory.
Iowa State came into Wednesday night’s matchup at Hilton Coliseum, hoping to do something that has only happened once in program history, knocking off the top-ranked team in the country.
With the No. 1-ranked Baylor Bears coming to Ames on Wednesday at 8 p.m., Iowa State will have to deal with one of the best offensive attacks against Baylor and perhaps the best offensive player in the nation — Yossiana Pressley.
At the end of the 2004 season, Iowa State had only made one NCAA tournament appearance in program history and had an all-time record of 542-596-10.
Iowa State (10-4, 1-1 Big 12) will look to climb up the Big 12 standings after losing to No. Texas in the teams conference opener and then beating Kansas in a sweep on Wednesday.
In a sweeping win over Kansas, Iowa State gained its first win in conference play this season. But it was a far different aspect of the Cyclones’ game which pushed the team to victory.
After having the weekend off, Iowa State Volleyball will return home for its conference home opener against the Kansas Jayhawks at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Hilton Coliseum.
Iowa State lost its only match last week, but the loss proved to be a defining moment for the Cyclones this season.
Iowa State was able to steal one set away from No. 6 Texas on the roads, but in the end, the Longhorns’ offensive attack was able to overcome the Cyclones 3-1 (25-18, 18-25, 25-19, 25-22).
After trailing 9-1 in the first set against the sixth-ranked Texas Longhorns on Wednesday, the Cyclones looked like they were going to get swept.
Following the successful non-conference portion of the season, Iowa State will look to use its high-powered offense to continue its winning ways, but the Cyclones will need to improve on defense.
Despite Iowa having all the momentum heading into the final set of the Cy-Hawk Series Tournament, the Cyclones defeated the Hawkeyes 3-2 on Saturday in the final match.