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IOWA STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL • NCAA APPEARANCES: ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘17
@CYCLONEFB HEADLINES 1. Iowa State (7-6, 5-4 Big 12) tallied its third-straight winning season and appeared in its third-straight bowl
game for just the second time in school history (2000-02). It was the first time since 1976-78 that Iowa State reeled off three-straight winning seasons.
2. Iowa State finished above .500 in conference play (5-4) for the third consecutive season and for only the fourth time in the Big 12 era (2000, 2017, 2018, 2019). ISU tied for third in the Big 12 Conference, marking just the fifth time ISU placed third or better in conference play in the last 60 years (1959, 1977, 1978, 2018, 2019).
3. Iowa State has posted 23 wins over the last three seasons, one win shy from the school-record three-year winning stretch (24 wins) from 1976-78.
4. ISU played in six one-score games in 2019. ISU’s six losses were all to bowl teams. ISU led or was tied in the fourth quarter in four of its six losses.
5. Iowa State has appeared in the College Football Playoff rankings in each of the last three seasons, joining Oklahoma as the only two Big 12 teams to do so. ISU appeared in two CFP rankings (11/19; 11/26) this year.
6. Iowa State’s offense thrived in 2019, ranking in the top-40 nationally in passing offense (11th, 311.3), yards per play (17th, 6.4), total offense (27th, 444.3) and scoring (39th, 32.2).
7. Iowa State set school records in both passing yards per game (311.3) and total offense per game (444.3), breaking the former mark of 439.6 held since 1976. ISU’s 32.2 points per game average in 2019 is the second- best season clip in school history and only the second time in school history ISU averaged 30 points per game.
8. Iowa State set season school records for Touchdowns (53), Points (418), Touchdown Passes (29), Passing Yards (4,047), First Downs (298) and Total Offense (5,776).
9. ISU recorded over 400 yards of total offense in 10 of 13 games and outgained its opponents in eight games.
10. In Big 12 action, Iowa State was third in the league in scoring (32.3), tying a school record by scoring 30+ points vs. league competition five times (2000).
11. In the fourth quarter, ISU was fifth nationally in scoring (139) and sixth in scoring differential (+62). ISU was the only team nationally to have four 20-point outbursts in the final quarter: ULM (24), Baylor (21), Oklahoma (20) and Kansas (20).
12. A highlight of the season was a 23-21 victory over No. 22 Texas on Nov. 16. The Cyclones won it on a last- second 36-yard field goal by Connor Assalley, their first regulation “walk-off” win since 1983. It was ISU’s sixth win over a ranked team in the last three seasons and the first over Texas in the Matt Campbell era. Campbell is the only coach in school history to defeat every team in the conference in their Cyclone coaching tenure.
13. ISU was one of three teams nationally (Hawaii, Memphis) with four players over 600 yards receiving: Deshaunte Jones (877), Tarique Milton (722), Charlie Kolar (697) and La’Michael Pettway (676). Milton was seventh nationally in yards per reception (20.6).
14. The Cyclones were fourth in the Big 12 and 47th nationally in rushing defense (139.5) and allowed just 13 rushing TDs to lead the Big 12 and tie for 19th nationally.
15. Senior WR Deshaunte Jones finished his career as one of the greatest wideouts in school history. He concluded his career second in receptions (184) and fifth in receiving yards (2,052). His 76 receptions is the second-best season total in ISU history, ranking second in the Big 12 and 30th nationally (5.8).
16. Sophomore QB Brock Purdy posted the most prolific season by an Iowa State signal-caller, breaking or tying 18 school records (game, season, career). Purdy set season school records in passing yardage (3,982), passing TDs (27), completions (312), total offense (4,231) and 300-yard passing games (6).
17. Purdy led the Big 12 and ranked fourth in the nation in passing yardage (306.3), fifth in total offense (325.5) and sixth in completions (312, 24.0). He was named Second-Team All-Big 12.
18. Purdy was one of four players nationally with at least 27 passing TDs and eight rushing TDs (Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, Trevor Lawrence) and had nine games of 300 yards of total offense, tying for fourth nationally.
19. First-Team All-Big 12 TE Charlie Kolar was a Second-Team All-American by the FWAA and First-Team Academic All-American. Among FBS tight ends, Kolar was sixth nationally in receiving yards (53.6), T6th in receptions (51) and T4th in TD catches (7). He broke ISU’s season mark for receiving yards by a tight end (697).
20. Freshman All-American RB Breece Hall averaged 101.6 yards, 4.8 ypc with nine rushing TDs in the last eight games. His nine rushing touchdowns is a school record for a Cyclone rookie and his overall 74.8 rushing yards per game ranked fourth nationally among FBS true freshmen.
21. Junior DB Greg Eisworth led the Cyclones in passes defended (11) and had 65 tackles. He was named to the All-Big 12 First Team for the second-straight season, becoming one of only four Cyclones in school history to be a Big 12 (1996-present) first-teamer twice.
22. ISU set a season record in home attendance average at 59,794.
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2019 SCHEDULE/RESULTS 7-6, 5-4 Big 12 (home: 5-2, away: 2-3, neutral: 0-1)
AUGUST 31 UNI (FS1) W, 29-26 3ot SEPTEMBER 14 ^#19 Iowa (FS1) L, 17-18 21 ULM (FS1) W, 72-20 28 *at Baylor (ESPN) L, 21-23 OCTOBER 5 *TCU (ESPN2) W, 49-24 12 *at West Virginia (ESPN) W, 38-14 19 *at Texas Tech (FS1) W, 34-24 26 *Oklahoma State (FS1)-H L, 27-34 NOVEMBER 9 *at #9 Oklahoma (Fox) L, 41-42 16 *#22 Texas (FS1) W, 23-21 23 *Kansas (FSN) W, 41-31 30 *at Kansas State (FS1) L, 17-27 DECEMBER 28 &vs. #14 Notre Dame (ABC) L, 9-33 *Big 12 Conference Game ^Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series &Camping World Bowl, Orlando, Fla.
IOWA STATE COACHING STAFF On the Field Matt Campbell Head Coach Jon Heacock Defensive Coordinator Eli Rasheed Defensive Line Jeff Myers Offensive Line Nate Scheelhaase Wide Receivers Alex Golesh Tight Ends Matt Caponi Cornerbacks
In the Press Box Tom Manning OC/Run Game Coordinator Tyson Veidt Linebackers Joel Gordon Passing Game Coordinator D.K. McDonald Safeties
IOWA STATE QUICK FACTS Location Ames, Iowa Enrollment 33,391 Nickname/Mascot Cyclones/Cy Colors Cardinal & Gold Stadium MidAmerican Energy Field At Jack Trice Stadium President Dr. Wendy Wintersteen Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard Website Cyclones.com Facebook Iowa State Football Twitter @CycloneFB Instagram @istatefb
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IOWA STATE FOOTBALL • BOWL BERTHS: 1971, 1972, 1977, 1978, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019
IOWA STATE BOWL NOTES • Iowa State earned its 15th bowl bid in school history and its third in a row. It marks just the second time in
school history the Cyclones earned bowl berths in three-straight seasons (2000--02; 2017-19).
• Iowa State is 4-11 all-time in bowl games, winning the 2000 Insight.com Bowl (37-29 vs. Pittsburgh), the 2004 Independence Bowl (17-13 vs. Miami of Ohio), the 2009 Insight Bowl (14-13 vs. Minnesota) and the 2017 Liberty Bowl (21-20 vs. Memphis).
• Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell (1-2) is the fifth coach to lead the Cyclones to a bowl game: Johnny Majors (0-2), Earle Bruce (0-2), Dan McCarney (2-3) and Paul Rhoads (1-2).
• The Camping World Bowl is the 10th bowl game Campbell has been a part of in his young career. He coached in four bowl games as an assistant coach: Bowling Green (3), Toledo (1). He’s been the head coach in six bowl games, three at Toledo (2011, 2012, 2014) and three at Iowa State (2017, 2018, 2019). He left the Rockets and took the Iowa State job prior to his team playing in the 2015 Boca Raton Bowl.
Iowa State Bowl History 1971 Sun Bowl - Dec. 18 in El Paso, Texas LSU 33, Iowa State 15 1972 Liberty Bowl - Dec. 18 in Memphis, Tenn. Georgia Tech 31, Iowa State 30 1977 Peach Bowl - Dec. 31 in Atlanta, Ga. N.C. State 24, Iowa State 14 1978 Hall of Fame Bowl - Dec. 20 in Birmingham, Ala. Texas A&M 28, Iowa State 12 2000 Insight.com Bowl - Dec. 28 in Phoenix, Ariz. Iowa State 37, Pittsburgh 29 2001 Independence Bowl - Dec. 27 in Shreveport, La. Alabama 14, Iowa State 13 2002 Humanitarian Bowl - Dec. 31 in Boise, Idaho Boise State 34, Iowa State 16 2004 Independence Bow