Iowa State came into Sunday’s matchup against the third-ranked Baylor Bears looking for their first road victory against Baylor since 2016. On Sunday in Waco, Texas, the Cyclones came up short.

Iowa State came into Saturday night’s matchup in Ames against the Kansas State Wildcats looking to gain positive momentum after suffering a 3-1 defeat against the Oklahoma Sooners.

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 came into Wednesday’s matchup with the TCU Horned Frogs, aiming to avoid going on a three-game losing streak. Iowa State swept TCU 3-0, but the sweep didn’t come without a fight.

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 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.