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.
With only four games left on the schedule, Iowa State’s matchup against Oklahoma will determine which team will finish third in the conference…
Update, 1:04 p.m. Thursday, November 14: This article has been updated to reflect the signings of Jake Slocum and Bailey Arnott to the Cyclone…
The Iowa State women's basketball team struggled offensively en route to a 57-53 loss.
Coming into this year, the Iowa State women’s basketball program had never signed a top-10 recruiting class nationally, according to ProspectsNation.com.
Seeing as how the last two matchups between Iowa State and Drake have gone-with both teams scoring 80 or more- the Cyclones knew it needed to put up a lot of points to defeat the Drake Bulldogs on Sunday at the Knapp Center in Des Moines, Iowa.
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.
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.
Iowa State opened up the regular season with a nice 69-36 win over Southern University on Thursday.
Iowa State came into its regular-season opener against the Southern Jaguars with its starting center Kristin Scott dealing with a back injury. Scott was able to play on Wednesday, but she wasn't 100% healthy, so senior center Ines Nazerwa earned the start at center, her first in her career.
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.
The Iowa State cross country program has been standing pat in the national polls after a busy conference championships weekend.
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 beat Missouri Western State 87-54 on Wednesday in the team’s last exhibition before the season starts against Southern University on Thursday.
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.
Last season, Iowa State won its exhibition game 90-51 against Southwest Baptist, a Division II school, but struggled in the first half.
Before its regular season begins on Nov. 7 against the Southern Jaguars, Iowa State hosts the Missouri Western State Griffons on Wednesday in an exhibition game.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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),
The Iowa State Cross Country program concluded the 2019 regular season Friday afternoon at the prestigious Wisconsin Nuttycombe Invitational, competing against some top teams from all over the country.
This season has not gone as expected for the Cyclone golf team. They brought everyone back, and their schedule this year is the same as last year. They went to the NCAA championships after a 61 year drought in 2017 and 2018, and this year looked to be another step forward.
Iowa State was able to overcome a poor hitting performance in the first set to sweep TCU on Wednesday.
The Iowa State women’s golf team will take a break from October all the way until February 2, where the Cyclones will travel to Orlando, Florida, to take part in the UCF Challenge. There were certainly ups and downs to it with some high points and low points.
The Iowa State cross country program is set to compete in the prestigious Wisconsin Nuttycombe Invitational this Friday at the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Cyclones have had four weekends of golf, and wrapped up their fall season with the Big 12 Match Play on Sunday.
Gone from the Iowa State women's basketball program are Bridget Carleton, Alexa Middleton and Meredith Burkhall, who all graduated from last year's NCAA Tournament team.
The Cyclones finished the Stanford Intercollegiate on Sunday in 14th place out of 17 teams. Iowa State scored 292 in round one, 300 in round two, and 297 in round three for a total score of 889. The team shot 37 above par for the entire match. Iowa State beat out California, Pepperdine and UC State at the event.