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ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Iowa State's David Carr will wrestle for a national championship at 157 pounds on Saturday night. The two-time All-American and Big 12 Champion will t...
Head coach Kevin Dresser and 141 pounder Ian Parker and 157 pounder David Carr met with the media to preview weekend in St. Louis for the NCAA Wrestling Championships.
Athletic director Jamie Pollard addresses fans in the latest video via Iowa State Athletics about the decision to part ways with Steve Prohm and expectations in the head coach search.
Stay tuned to Cyclone Fanatic for further t...
Iowa State will leave Tulsa with a third-place team finish, two Big 12 champions, and six NCAA qualifiers.
"I thought we wrestled pretty well overall today, you know, obviously congratulations to the champs," head coach Kevin Dresser said.
David Carr and Gannon G...
Head coach Kevin Dresser, Marcus Coleman and Ian Parker met with the media following duals against Arizona State and Northern Iowa.
That is the timeframe Kevin Dresser gave his guys to celebrate their wins or be angry about their losses between duals on Saturday at Hilton Coliseum.
"You know, this week, we talked a lot about resiliency," Dresser said. "I told them, "We're gonna...
The Cyclones continue to stay in the top 10 after defeating Loras (40-0) and the University of Nebraska-Kearney (38-4) in the latest national rankings.
The team rankings go as follows:
NWCA - No. 10
FloWrestling - No. 5
InterMat - No. 6
Iowa State won 17 of the 18 matches of the day.
The cardinal and gold secured a 40-0 blowout win against Loras and defeated UNK 38-4.
A bright spot for the Cyclones' pair of wins comes from the freshmen class. Each freshman was able to secure a win in both the...
Iowa State wrestling is gearing up to have what could be its best season since Kevin Dresser arrived in Ames.
"You know, when I first got here three years ago to now, it's a totally different team, chemistry, and culture. I think one thing I like about this ...
Iowa State wrestling held its official final round wrestle-offs on Friday afternoon in Hilton Coliseum to determine who the starting lineup will in the upcoming home opener.
The first dual of the season will be on Jan. 3rd at 1 p.m. against Wartburg.