Men's Sports

WRESTLING: Oklahoma State heavyweight to transfer to ISU

Oklahoma State heavyweight, Ethan Andersen, has announced he is coming back to Iowa after two seasons with the Cowboys.

Andersen went to high school at Southeast Polk, where he finished his prep career 184-14 and was a two-time state champion. Out of high school, Andersen had originally committed to Missouri before switching for Oklahoma State.

Andersen, who went 15-5 last season, will be eligible to wrestle immediately and will have three seasons to compete at Iowa State. This is great news for the Cyclones due to the recent announcement that heavyweight senior, Marcus Harrington, was leaving the program.

Jacqueline Cordova

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Jacqueline is a fifth year at Iowa State University and is studying Journalism. Not only is Jacqueline the beat reporter for Iowa State wrestling but also does social media things, get's to hangout with Kaci, the Director of Sales and help with projects. She's also currently a game day PR intern with the Minnesota Vikings. Jacqueline takes great pleasure in reading, watching trash reality TV shows when she isn't watching sports or indulging in her newly found love for the NBA.

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