• UNI Wrestling Falls to #9 Mizzou, 24-19

    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – UNI dropped its first dual to No. 9 Missouri, 24-19, in front of a sold-out crowd at home tonight. “When you have a packed house, you need to put on a show and get those people eager to come back the next time,” said head coach Doug Schwab. “We need to [Read More]

  • Cyclones’ Meeks trying to live up to expectations

    The Hawk Eye AMES — John Meeks had the weight of the world heaped upon his shoulders coming into the Iowa State wrestling program three years ago. Meeks was an undefeated, four-time state champion in high school at Des Moines Roosevelt, where he racked up an eye-popping 168-0 record, becoming just the sixth undefeated, four-time [Read More]

  • Cyclones’ Moreno ready for big test

    The Hawk Eye AMES — Gabe Moreno was one of the top 149-pound wrestlers in the nation last season. Earning a No. 9 seed at last year’s NCAA Championships is proof of that. Yet the season ended in a painful way for the Iowa State junior. Moreno suffered a dislocated shoulder during the Big 12 [Read More]

  • Long and winding road for Iowa’s Rhoads

    The Hawk Eye IOWA CITY — Patrick Rhoads has paid his dues. Well, more than paid his dues. Rhoads, a fifth-year senior for the Iowa wrestling team, came to the Hawkeyes as a highly-touted recruite from Kansas City, where he was a two-time state champion for Staley High School while compiling a 171-19 career record [Read More]

  • Slim and trim Weatherman ready to roll

    The Hawk Eye AMES — Tanner Weatherman doesn’t need a watch to know that time is short. He doesn’t need a calendar to know that with each passing day, his final season of wrestling is getting near to its end. Weatherman’s body tells him it’s so. All the aches and pains, bumps and bruises accumulated [Read More]

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