Iowa State is only unbeaten D-I basketball school

Combined, Cyclone cagers are 17-0

Mike Hlas
Published: December 19 2013 | 9:49 am - Updated: 29 March 2014 | 1:03 am in
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With Connecticut's 53-51 men's basketball loss to Stanford Wednesday, Iowa State was left as the only one of the 351 Division I schools still unbeaten in both men's and women's hoops.

The 12 unbeaten men's teams:

Arizona, Iowa State, Massachusetts, Missouri, Ohio State, Oregon, St. Mary's, Syracuse, Toledo, Villanova, Wichita State, Wisconsin

The 14 unbeaten women's teams:

Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Duke, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, San Diego, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas-El Paso

Iowa State and St. Mary's are on opposite sides of the bracket at the Diamond Head Challenge in Honolulu. The 8-0 Cyclones play George Mason (5-4) in a first-round game Sunday.

Wisconsin's men's team will probably be 14-0 when it hosts Iowa on Jan. 5. The Badgers' only remaining games until then are at home against Prairie View A&M on Dec. 28 and at Northwestern on Jan. 2. Ohio State has five games left before it hosts Iowa on Jan. 12. Included is Notre Dame in New York on Saturday, and games at Purdue and Michigan State.

 

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