With the victory, ISU has already surpassed its win total from a year ago, when they went 8-21.
"I thought that we did a great job of executing our game plan," said head coach Christy Johnson. "The team did a good job of sticking with what we wanted them to and it helped us to get the win."
The second game was a much tighter contest the score was tied 10 times in the game.
Colorado out hit Iowa State, .333 to .205, but the Cyclones took advantage of five second game blocks to take a 2-0 lead with a 30-28 second game win.
The Cyclones cruised in the third game, taking the lead at 5-4 and never looking back on their way to a 30-21 win to clinch the match.
Nicole Lorenzen hit a season-high .292 and had nine kills and 10 digs for the Cyclones in the contest.
"I thought we had a lot of players that played good," said Johnson. "But Nicole Lorenzen played really well, probably the best I have seen her play. She did a really good job passing the ball."
Jessica Klein hit .412 and had eight kills for the Cyclones. Boeve, who ranks fifth in the nation in blocks per game, had another stellar performance at the net with nine block assists in addition to her 10 kills. Churm finished with 16 digs and Amanda Craig led the Cyclone attack with 38 assists.
The Buffaloes were led by Amber Sutherland and Allie Griffin, who had 10 and 11 kills, respectively. Ashley Nu'u had 35 assists and 11 digs in the match.