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NCAA Jun 04, 2024

Iowa State signs defender Adelaide Wolfe on transfer from Indiana State

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State head soccer coach Matt Fannon has announced the addition of Adelaide Wolfe, who will join the team for the 2024 season.

Wolfe, a 5-9 junior defender, comes to Ames after spending a pair of campaigns in Terre Haute, Ind., with the Indiana State Sycamores. Wolfe was a Preseason MVC Honorable Mention this past season as she played in all 18 games for the Sycamores, playing the full 90 minutes in 16 matches.

Wolfe, a Bettendorf native, returns to her home state with two years of eligibility remaining. Adelaide has appeared in 26 games across her two collegiate seasons, making 25 starts. She owns two career goals and four career points and has tallied 2,273 total minutes of action.

“We have been very specific about our recruiting this window and wanted to bring in a defender with some experience who has the athleticism to play in the Big 12 but also the technical ability to play our game model,” said Fannon. “Adelaide was the obvious choice, so we are delighted to have signed her and we think she make an immediate impact.”

Wolfe will join spring transfers Morgan FurmaniakYira Yoggerst and Ella Zimmerman on the 2024 roster.

Iowa State’s season will kick off on August 7 with an exhibition match against Minnesota at the Cyclone Soccer Complex at 6 p.m.