The Cyclone Regional Training Center announced on Thursday night at their annual fundraising dinner that a new wrestling facility is in the works. Iowa State will be purchasing and renovating the current Iowa Attack facility next to the Sukup Basketball Center to create a state-of-the-art facility for wrestling that is expected to cost 20 million dollars.

The renovated facility will include six mats, a recovery room, a lounge area, locker rooms, and a track above the wrestling room.

Jamie Pollard, Iowa State’s Athletic Director, has green lit this initiative by committing $15 million to the project. Coach Kevin Dresser announced commitments already up to $2 million, with an additional $3 million needed to complete the funding. The remaining $3 million will be sourced from potential naming rights owners.

The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2025.

This new facility is separate from the Performance Center renovation project that was previously announced. The Performance Center was set to be a transformational renovation of the Lied Recreation Athletic Center, benefiting both wrestling and track programs..

For more specific details or inquiries regarding naming rights opportunities, it’s advisable to contact Alli St. John with the Cyclone Regional Training.

Watch the walk-through simulation for the proposed 20 million dollar facility here -> LINK