AMES — Former Iowa State point guard Tyrese Hunter could play at least one more game at Hilton Coliseum.
The 2022 football season is rife with uncertainty for head coach Matt Campbell and the Cyclones — and he’s facing it with alacrity rather than anxiety.
“I was reminded that in 1929, the Carnegie Foundation did a report on college athletics,” Iowa State’s longtime director of athletics said Monday during a Tailgate Tour stop at the Carrollton Hotel and Event Centre. “They had three findings. Number one, that student-athletes aren’t students.…
Pollard chasing 5,000 title at Big 12 championships.
Breece Hall didn’t have to wait long Friday to be selected in the NFL Draft.
AMES — When Brock Purdy trained for Iowa State’s pro day and the forthcoming NFL Draft, he knew a friend and former teammate sat somewhere across the country, a mere text or phone call away.
Catching up to Carli Spelhaug has been a bit of a challenge.
AMES — He suffered a hamstring injury in last season’s opener. It bothered him all season — and forced him to sit out four full games. But Iowa State’s sixth-year senior linebacker O’Rien Vance didn’t wallow in self-pity, nor slink into the shadows.
AMES — Iowa State’s women’s basketball team just got a lot bigger and better.
AMES — It will be windy, chilly and partly cloudy. Less than ideal for a mid-April early evening.
AMES — Iowa State linebacker Colby Reeder has been on a college football roster since 2016. He’s 25. He’s already earned his MBA and he’ll be lining up to play for his fourth different defensive coordinator, Jon Heacock, this fall. So Reeder, a graduate transfer from Delaware, has pretty muc…
AMES — Breece Hall smirked internally at the pre-run predictions.
AMES — When Iowa State head coach Bill Fennelly learned his team would start it’s first-round NCAA Tournament game against UT Arlington at 9 p.m. Friday, he began to form the basis for a joke.
AMES — Emily Ryan took over. Ashley Joens stayed the course. And No. 3 seed Iowa State fully needed its stars to be at their best for forty minutes in Friday night’s tense 78-71 first-round NCAA Tournament win over 14th-seed UT-Arlington.
AMES — Maturity. Tenacity. Toughness.
AMES — Five months ago, first-year Iowa State head coach T.J. Otzelberger shared one of his favorite maxims.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Bill Fennelly looked at his seniors and his heart sank.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The first time Iowa State star transfer guard Izaiah Brockington met Tyrese Hunter, a few things stood out to him.
AMES — Nothing about Iowa State star Ashley Joens’s game surprises her head coach, Bill Fennelly.
AMES — It didn’t matter if opportunities came in the paint, from long range, or even at the free throw line.
AMES — Izaiah Brockington went all-in on an educated guess.
AMES — Ashley Joens, Iowa State’s all-time leading scorer, may or may not be playing her last regular season game at Hilton Coliseum Monday at 6 p.m. against Baylor.
AMES — Bill Fennelly carefully considered the question, paused, then smiled.
AMES — The plan was to trap and, if necessary, foul.
AMES — They made them in transition and late in the shot clock.
AMES — Aljaz Kunc couldn’t miss. Izaiah Brockington couldn’t be stopped. Iowa State led Kansas State 50-37 with 16:16 left Saturday at Hilton Coliseum and the fans were frolicking.