|#3 IOWA vs. IOWA STATE // IOWA CORN CY-HAWK SERIES|
|DATE||Saturday, Dec. 1 | 2 p.m. CT|
|LOCATION||Iowa City, Iowa | Carver-Hawkeye Arena (15,077)|
|RADIO | LISTEN||Hawkeye Radio Network | Hawkeye All-Access|
|TELEVISION||BTN Plus | FloWrestling|
ON THE MAT
The third-ranked University of Iowa wrestling team hosts Iowa State at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Saturday at 2 p.m. (CT) in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series. Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for youth. Children five-years-old and younger and UI students are admitted free.
DAN GABLE TRAVELING TROPHY
The Iowa-Iowa State wrestling rivalry introduced the Dan Gable Traveling Trophy in 2010.
In a joint collaboration, the schools announced the winner of the annual dual would take possession of a trophy representing Iowa State’s former two-time NCAA Champion and Iowa’s 15-time NCAA championship coach.
Iowa has won every meeting since the trophy’s inception (8-0).
Year Score Location
2010 22-13 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
2011 27-9 at Iowa State
2012 32-3 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
2013 23-9 at Iowa State
2014 28-8 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
2015 33-6 at Iowa State
2016 26-9 Carver-Hawkeye Arena
2017-18 35-6 at Iowa State
IOWA VS. IOWA STATE
Iowa leads the all-time series, 64-16-2. The Hawkeyes have won 14 straight, 29 of the last 30, and 53 of the last 57 meetings.
Iowa has won six in a row and 29 of the last 30 at home. Iowa State’s last win in the series was 19-16 on Dec. 5, 2004, in Iowa City.
IOWA CORN CY-HAWK SERIES
The Cy-Hawk Series is in its 15th season in 2018-19, and is sponsored for the eighth time by Iowa Corn.
The Cyclones lead the season series, 6-5, having secured wins in soccer and men’s and women’s cross country. Iowa has wins in football and volleyball.
Iowa State leads the all-time series, 7-6-1. The Cyclones won last year’s series, 14-13.
Iowa wrestling owns a 13-1 lead in the Cy-Hawk Series duals. The Cyclones won the first meeting in 2004. Iowa has won the last 13. (Iowa has won 14 straight overall, including a meeting at the National Duals.)
The Hawkeyes have four native Iowans in their probable lineup, including Carter Happel (Lisbon), Mitch Bowman (Donahue), Cash Wilcke (Battle Creek), and Aaron Costello (Dubuque).
The Cyclones have seven native Iowans in their probable lineup.
The Hawkeyes have 12 total Iowa natives on their roster. The Cyclones have 30.
Only four Hawkeyes in Iowa’s probable lineup have Cy-Hawk Series experience. Spencer Lee, Alex Marinelli, and Mitch Bowman each won their respective matches last season. Lee earned a fall in 40 seconds, Marinelli recorded a fall in 52 seconds, and Bowman won a 3-2 decision. Cash Wilcke is 0-1 in his only appearance, a 4-3 loss to Marcus Harrington in 2016.
BRANDS 13, IOWA STATE 0
University of Iowa head coach Tom Brands is 13-0 all-time against Iowa State. During that stretch, the Hawkeyes have won by an average of 15.9 points per dual, outscoring Iowa State, 347-140. The slimmest margin of victory over the last 10 meetings was an 18-16 win in Ames in 2009. The largest margin of victory was 29 points, first a 32-3 win in Iowa City in 2012, and then a 35-6 win in Ames last season.
HAWKEYE WRESTLING HISTORY
Iowa earned its 1,000th dual win in program history Nov. 9, topping California State Bakersfield, 36-3, in Kent, Ohio. Iowa is one of four NCAA Division I schools with 1,000 program wins (Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Oregon State). The Hawkeyes’ overall dual meet record is 1,003-230-31 (.799) in 109 seasons.
The Hawkeyes have won 23 national titles and 35 Big Ten titles. Iowa’s 55 NCAA Champions have won a total of 83 NCAA individual titles, crowning six three-time and 16 two-time champions. The Hawkeyes’ 112 Big Ten champions have combined for 199 conference titles. There have been seven four-time, 18 three-time, and 30 two-time Big Ten champions from Iowa.
Iowa’s 157 All-Americans have earned All-America status 329 times, including 20 four-time, 36 three-time and 40 two-time honorees.yes