Iowa State soccer reveals 2020 schedule


Abbey Van Wyngarden passes the ball to her teammate in the Cyclones vs. Jayhawks soccer game on Oct. 31, 2019.

Nick Flores

Cyclone soccer is back this fall despite fear of the season being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The schedule for the fall season has been released and the Cyclones will play a total of nine games this season — four of which will be at home.

Newly-appointed Head Coach Matt Fannon will kick off his debut season against West Virginia University at home Sept. 11. The Cyclones will then go head to head with Oklahoma State University on the road, Baylor University at home, Texas Christian University on the road, University of Oklahoma on the road, University of Texas at home, Texas Tech University on the road, Kansas State University at home and the University of Kansas on the road. 

There has been no final decision made in regards to fan attendance for these games but an announcement will be made as soon as that information is available.