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2019 Schedule
14-4, 3rd in Big 12
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Tennessee transfer Middleton joins Iowa State

Tennessee transfer and former McDonald's All American Alexa Middleton will sit out next year and play for the Cyclones in 2018-19.

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651dMechelle Voepel

Report: Iowa St.'s Fennelly dismissed from suit

A judge has dismissed Iowa State women's hoops coach Bill Fennelly as a defendant in a race discrimination and retaliation suit filed by former Cyclones star Nikki Moody, according to a report.

Iowa State upsets No. 6 Texas (1:06)
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900dBrandon Chatmon

Dream and nightmare scenarios: Iowa State

Could the Cyclones find themselves in a bowl in their first year under Matt Campbell? Or will they be scrambling for any win they can get?

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923dBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 stats and trends: Run defense

Which Big 12 teams have been toughest to run on over the past four seasons? Brandon Chatmon takes a look.

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959dJake Trotter

Iowa State unveils new white helmet

If the first step toward being a winner is looking like one, the Cyclones took a strong step Monday with the unveiling of their new white helmet.

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Cyclones' Fennelly: Won't change how I coach

Bill Fennelly defended himself Friday, two weeks after the longtime Iowa State women's basketball coach was sued by a former star player for race discrimination and retaliation.

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Moody's attorney, Iowa State disagree on ruling

An attorney for former Iowa State player Nikki Moody said Tuesday that his firm disagrees with the university's finding that it was unable to substantiate her complaints of racial discrimination.

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1008dMechelle Voepel

Series of allegations against coaches marks troubling trend

After several allegations of verbal abuse and harassment made recently in women's basketball, it's clear the issue isn't going away. But it's also important to look at each case individually.