Iowa State wrestler David Carr has earned Iowa State’s Gary Thompson Male Athlete of the Year Award.
Softball player Sami Williams and wrestler David Carr are Iowa State’s candidates for 2021 Big 12 Sportspersons of the Year. Each school in th…
A day after going 0-1 at the U.S. Olympic Trials, former Iowa State wrestler Kyven Gadson (Sunkist Kids) went 4-0 on Saturday in Fort Worth, T…
Many wrestlers are currently taking part in the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials for wrestling, including current Cyclone David Carr at 65 kilograms (143.4 pounds), former Cyclone Kyven Gadson at 97 kilograms (213 pounds) and Cyclone Regional Training Center member Joe Colon at 57 kilograms (125.1 pounds).
With the Summer Olympics set to begin in August after being postponed due to COVID-19, the United States is having the Olympic Trials for wrestling Friday and Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas, to begin the process of selecting the United States Olympic team.
40 years after his father Nate won his first of three NCAA Championships, David Carr has won his first after defeating Rider’s Jesse Dellavecchia 4-0 in the finals Saturday in the 2021 NCAA Championships at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.
With two wins Friday, Iowa State's David Carr became the first NCAA Championship finalist the program's had since 2015, when Kyven Gadson won the 197-pound championship.
After an abnormal regular season, the Iowa State wrestling team made it to the final, most elite competition of the year Thursday.
Eight Cyclone wrestlers are in St. Louis to compete in the 2021 NCAA Championships, beginning Thursday.
The Iowa State Cyclones have eight wrestlers in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, headlined by redshirt sophomore David Carr at 157 pounds.
Iowa State wrestling walks away from the Big 12 Championship on Sunday with 117.5 points and a third-place finish as a team.