Just two days removed from reversing course and announcing no fans will be attending Iowa State football games, Iowa State Athletic Director J…
Head Coach Kevin Dresser tacked on another addition to his roster after former Waukee, Iowa, standout Anthony Zach announced he’d be joining I…
Iowa State has picked up its fourth commitment in the class of 2021 with Sam Hrabvosky out of Fulton, Missouri.
Iowa State continued to improve its 2021 recruiting class after picking up an in-state commitment from Ames native Gabe Greenlee on Tuesday morning.
Iowa State Head Coach Kevin Dresser landed another big addition to his 2021 recruiting class with the commitment from Millard South's rising-senior Conor Knopick (Omaha, Nebraska). According to MatScouts, Knopick is listed as the No. 29 overall recruit and is ranked No. 11 at 132 pounds for the 2021 recruiting class.
After serving a year as a graduate assistant at Iowa State during the 2019-20 wrestling season, Willie Miklus is making a jump to the Big 10 and joining Michigan State University as an assistant coach under Head Coach Roger Chandler.
On Wednesday, the Iowa State Cyclones held a Virtual Cyclone Tailgate Tour for the first time ever.
Despite not having the NCAA Championships to cap off the end of a successful 2019-20 season, Head Coach Kevin Dresser and Iowa State wrestling may have an even greater season ahead in the 2020-21 season.
The National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) announced the selections to the 2020 Division I All-American teams on Friday.
Two of Iowa State's highest-ranked recruits in the Kevin Dresser-era are poised to finish college together. With Austin Gomez vying for a medical redshirt following a concussion in what would have been his redshirt sophomore season and David Carr about to enter his redshirt sophomore year, the two teammates will enter the 2020-21 season with three years of eligibility remaining.
With nine of the 10 starters returning, the comeback of Austin Gomez and depth at every weight, Iowa State is returning a bounty of experience on the mat.
As the sports world is put on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it's never too early to start discussing the starting lineups around the country for Division I wrestling teams.
We weren't given a typical March Madness this year. By now, we would've known the four teams heading to Atlanta for the Final Four in the men's tournament.
With the NCAA Division I Council announcing Monday that spring sport athletes would be given an extra year of eligibility due to the coronavirus outbreak, Iowa State Daily sports editors Zane Douglas and Matt Belinson decided to go 'Head to Head' to debate if winter sport athletes should have received an extra year of eligibility as well.