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NU 2018-2019 Wrestling season

Bean

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#7 Minnesota Golden Gophers 12-2 (5-1) at #6 Nebraska Cornhuskers 10-4 (4-3)
Nebraska’s Projected Starters:


125: #16 Sr. Zeke Moisey (10-7)
133: R-Fr. Tucker Sjomeling (11-5) -OR- Fr. Jevon Parrish (13-8)
141: #19 So. Chad Red Jr. (14-8)
149: Jr. Jordan Shearer (7-7) -OR- Jr. Collin Purinton (8-6)
157: #2 Sr. Tyler Berger (18-2)
165: #6 Jr. Isaiah White (13-5)
174: #9 R-Fr. Mikey Labriola (18-4)
184: #5 So. Taylor Venz (16-4)
197: #11 So. Eric Schultz (17-7)
285: #10 Jr. David Jensen (13-2)

Minnesota’s Projected Starters:

125: #6 Sr. Sean Russell (18-3)
OR: Sr. Steve Polakowski (5-4)
133: #8 Sr. Ethan Lizak (19-4)
141: #10 Jr. Mitchell McKee (13-3)
149: #19 Sr. Thomas Thorn (13-7)
157: #8 Sr. Steve Bleise (13-3)
165: Jr. Carson Brolsma (15-8)
OR: RFr. Jake Allar (18-5)
174: #12 Jr. Devin Skatzka (20-6)
184: Jr. Owen Webster (7-10)
OR: Sr. Brandon Krone (7-8)
197: So. Dylan Anderson (11-7)
285: #1 Fr. Gable Steveson (24-0)

Top Matchups to Watch:

125: #16 Zeke Moisey (NEB) vs. #6 Sean Russell (MN)
141: #19 Chad Red Jr. (NEB) vs. #10 Mitch McKee (MN)
157: #2 Tyler Berger (NEB) vs. #8 Steve Bleise (MN)
174: #9 Mikey Labriola (NEB) vs. #12 Devin Skatzka (MN)
285: #10 David Jensen (NEB) vs. #1 Gable Steveson (MN)

Match Results:

125: #6 Sean Russell (MN) pinned #16 Zeke Moisey (NEB) (5:53) (MN 6, NEB 0)
133: #8 Ethan Lizak (MN) tech. fall Jevon Parrish (NEB), 17-2 (MN 10, NEB 0)
141: #10 Mitchell McKee (MN) dec. #19 Chad Red Jr. (NEB), 9-2 (MN 14, NEB 0)
149: Jordan Shearer (NEB) major dec. #19 Thomas Thorn (MN), 10-2 (MN 14, NEB 4)
157: #2 Tyler Berger (NEB) SV-1 over #8 Steve Bleise (MN), 3-1 (MN 14, NEB 7)
165: #6 Isaiah White (NEB) major dec. Carson Brolsma (MN), 13-5 (MN 14, NEB 11)
174: #9 Mikey Labriola (NEB) dec. #12 Devin Skatzka (MN), 7-6 (NEB 14, MN 14)
184: #6 Taylor Venz (NEB) dec. Brandon Krone (MN), 7-0 (NEB 17, MN 14)
197: #11 Eric Schultz (NEB) major dec. Dylan Anderson (MN), 14-5 (NEB 21, MN 14)
285: #1 Gable Steveson (MN) major dec. #10 David Jensen (NEB), 13-5 (NEB 21, MN 17)
 
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Best non-starter records:
[Refer back to my post "List of Champions" to see their records before NU]

125 Alex Thomsen Fr. Neola, Iowa 13-2.......Next year starter?
149 Zemua Baptista So. Friend, Neb. 20-8
157 Caleb Licking So. Norfolk, Neb. 12-9
157 Peyton Robb Fr. Owatonna, Minn. 22-3.........Next year starter?
157 Jake Silverstein Fr. Smithtown, N.Y. 9-5
165 Johnny Blankenship So. Platte City, Mo. 15-4
165 Dalton Peters So. Salina, Kan. 16-4
197 Anthony Gaona Fr. Olathe, Kan. 18-9
HWT Austin Emmerson Fr. Temperance, Mich. 19-6
HWT Patrick Grayson So. Stafford, Va. 12-5
HWT Christian Lance Jr. Nixa, Mo. 13-5
 
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#6 Nebraska Cornhuskers 11-4 (5-3 Big Ten) at #2 Ohio State Buckeyes 9-2 (5-2 Big Ten)
Nebraska’s Projected Starters:


125: #18 Sr. Zeke Moisey (10-8)
133: R-Fr. Tucker Sjomeling (11-5) -OR- Fr. Jevon Parrish (13-9)
141: #20 So. Chad Red Jr. (14-9)
149: Jr. Jordan Shearer (8-7) -OR- Jr. Collin Purinton (8-6)
157: #2 Sr. Tyler Berger (20-2)
165: #6 Jr. Isaiah White (14-5)
174: #9 R-Fr. Mikey Labriola (19-4)
184: #6 So. Taylor Venz (17-4)
197: #13 So. Eric Schultz (18-7)
285: #10 Jr. David Jensen (13-3)

Ohio State’s Projected Starters:

125: #16 Fr. Malik Heinselman (20-5)
133: #6 Jr. Luke Pletcher (18-3)
141: #3 Sr. Joey McKenna (14-1)
149: #3 Sr. Micah Jordan (19-1)
157: #6 Jr. Ke-Shawn Hayes (16-6)
165: #12 Sr. Te’Shan Campbell (9-3) -OR- RFr. Kaleb Romero (7-6)
174: #18 RFr. Ethan Smith (14-6)
184: #1 Sr. Myles Martin (14-0)
197: #2 Jr. Kollin Moore (13-1)
285: #19 RFr. Chase Singletary

Top Matchups to Watch:

125: #18 Zeke Moisey (NEB) vs. #16 Malik Heinselman (OSU)
141: #20 Chad Red Jr. (NEB) vs. #3 Joey McKenna (OSU)
157: #2 Tyler Berger (NEB) vs. #6 Ke-Shawn Hayes (OSU)
165: #6 Isaiah White (NEB) vs. #12 Te’Shan Campbell (OSU)
184: #6 Taylor Venz (NEB) vs. #1 Myles Martin (OSU)
285: #10 Jensen (NEB) VS #19 Singletary (OSU)

Match Results:

125: #18 Zeke Moisey (NEB) dec. #16 Malik Heinselman (OSU), 8-5 (NEB 3, OSU 0)
133: #6 Luke Pletcher (OSU) major dec. Jevon Parrish (NEB), 13-4 (OSU 4, NEB 3)
141: #3 Joey McKenna (OSU) dec. #20 Chad Red Jr. (NEB), 7-1 (OSU 7, NEB 3)
149: #3 Micah Jordan (OSU) tech. fall Jordan Shearer (NEB), 22-7 (OSU 12, NEB 3)
157: #2 Tyler Berger (NEB) dec. #6 Ke-Shawn Hayes (OSU), 10-5 (OSU 12, NEB 6)
165: #6 Isaiah White (NEB) dec. #12 Te’Shan Campbell (OSU), 4-2 (OSU 12, NEB 9)
174: #9 Mikey Labriola (NEB) dec. #18 Ethan Smith (OSU), 9-5 (OSU 12, NEB 12)
184: #1 Myles Martin (OSU) dec. #6 Taylor Venz (NEB), 12-5 (OSU 15, NEB 12)
197: #2 Kollin Moore (OSU) SV-1 #13 Eric Schultz (NEB), 7-5 (OSU 18, NEB 12)
285: #19 Chase Singletary (OSU) dec. #10 David Jensen (NEB), 7-5 (OSU 21, NEB 12)
 
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#7 Nebraska Cornhuskers 11-5 (5-4 Big Ten) vs #25 Stanford Cardinal 9-3 (3-1 Pac 12)
Stanford’s Projected Starters:


125: #20 Jr. Gabriel Townsell (16-8)
133: Sr. Mason Pengilly (10-4)
141: Jr. Brandon Kier (3-5)
149: #15 So. Requir van der Merwe (21-6)
157: So. Dominick Mandarino (21-8) -OR- Sr. Paul Fox (20-8)
165: So. Jared Hill (9-8)
174: Sr. Rico Stormer (17-11)
184: Fr. Colbey Harlan (10-13) -OR- Sr. Nainoa Calvo (3-8)
197: #12 So. Nathan Traxler (25-5)
285: R-Fr. Haydn Maley (20-9)

Nebraska’s Projected Starters:

125: #16 Sr. Zeke Moisey (11-8)
133: Fr. Jevon Parrish (13-10) -OR- R-Fr. Tucker Sjomeling (11-5)
141: #20 So. Chad Red Jr. (14-10)
149: Jr. Jordan Shearer (8-8) -OR- Jr. Collin Purinton (8-6)
157: #2 Sr. Tyler Berger (21-2)
165: #6 Jr. Isaiah White (15-5)
174: #9 R-Fr. Mikey Labriola (20-4)
184: #6 So. Taylor Venz (17-5)
197: #13 So. Eric Schultz (18-8)
285: #13 Jr. David Jensen (13-4)

Top Matchups to Watch:

125: #18 Zeke Moisey (NEB) vs. #20 Gabriel Townsell (STAN)
149: Jordan Shearer (NEB) vs. #15 Requir van der Merwe (STAN)
157: #2 Tyler Berger (NEB) vs. Dominick Mandarino (STAN)
197: #13 Eric Schultz (NEB) vs. #12 Nathan Traxler (STAN)
285: #13 David Jensen (NEB) vs. Haydn Maley (STAN)

RESULTS:
Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) over Rico Stormer (Stanford) (MD 18-5)
Taylor Venz (Nebraska) over Edward `Nainoa` Calvo (Stanford) (Fall 1:01)
Nathan Traxler (Stanford) over Eric Schultz (Nebraska) (TB-3 (RT) 7-6)
Haydn Maley (Stanford) over Christian Lance (Nebraska) (Dec 7-4)
Zeke Moisey (Nebraska) over Gabe Townsell (Stanford) (Dec 4-1)
Mason Pengilly (Stanford) over Jevon Parrish (Nebraska) (Dec 5-2)
Chad Red (Nebraska) over Anthony Le (Stanford) (Fall 1:30)
Jordan Shearer (Nebraska) over Steven Abbate (Stanford) (MD 15-3)
Tyler Berger (Nebraska) over Dominick Mandarino (Stanford) (Dec 2-1)
Isaiah White (Nebraska) over Jared Hill (Stanford) (TF 21-4 5:00)
Team Score: NU; 31 S; 9
 
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Big Ten Wrestling Championships Pre-Seeds Announced
Session I of the Big Ten Championships is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. CT on Saturday, March 9.
Senior Tyler Berger earned the highest seed of the NU participants, as he will be the #2 seed at 157 pounds. Four other Huskers earned top five seeds in their weight class. Taylor Venz (184) comes in at No. 3 for the 184-pound bracket. Isaiah White (165) and Mikey Labriola (174) are each ranked No. 4 at 165 and 174 pounds, respectively. Eric Schultz (197) rounds out the group as the No. 5 seed in his class.

Others seeded for NU include redshirt senior Zeke Moisey (#7) at 125 pounds, 133-pounder Jevon Parrish(#13) and 141-pounder Chad Red Jr. (#8). Heavyweight David Jensen ranks as the #7 wrestler in his class according to the pre-seeds.

http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211794334

Nebraska’s Big Ten Championships Lineup:

125: #17 Sr. Zeke Moisey (13-8) – 7th Seed
133: Fr. Jevon Parrish (17-10) – 13th Seed
141: #20 So. Chad Red Jr. (15-10) – 8th Seed
149: Jr. Jordan Shearer (9-8) – Unseeded
157: #2 Sr. Tyler Berger (22-2) – 2nd Seed
165: #6 Jr. Isaiah White (16-5) – 4th Seed
174: #9 R-Fr. Mikey Labriola (22-4) – 4th Seed
184: #6 So. Taylor Venz (18-5) – 3rd Seed
197: #13 So. Eric Schultz (18-9) – 5th Seed
285: #13 Jr. David Jensen (13-4) – 7th Seed

B1G BRACKETS here:

https://bigten.org/documents/2019/3/8//2019_Big_Ten_Wrestling_Championships_Brackets.pdf?id=6322
 
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Bean

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Just saw on Flo Wrestling that 2018 NCAA champion at 133 Seth Gross' name was spotted in the NCAA transfer portal. He sat out for this season due to a back injury. We could use him at Nebraska.
 

Bean

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Good showing so far for Nebraska wrestling in the B1G championships.

https://www.trackwrestling.com/predefinedtournaments/MainFrame.jsp?newSession=false&TIM=1552161466315&pageName=
http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211794667

"Nebraska will send four wrestlers [Chad Red Jr. (141), Tyler Berger (157), Taylor Venz (184) and Eric Schultz (197)] to compete in the semifinals at the Big Ten Championships for the first time since 2015-16. NU had one representative in the semifinals last year and two in 2016-17. The Huskers are tied for fourth place in the team standings after the first session with 45 points."
Team Scores (Points):

1. Penn State (77)
2. Minnesota (54)
3. Ohio State (53.5)
4. Nebraska (45)
4. Michigan (45)
6. Iowa (41)
7. Wisconsin (31.5)
8. Rutgers (23.5)
9. Northwestern (20)

Session II round of consolation matches on all four mats beginning at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT, and then Semis tentatively will start feeding onto the mats around 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m.

Pic above: NU Shultz #5 minor upset win over Purdue Brunner #4.

NUs Chad Red [8th seed] with Major upset win over No. 1 seed, Michael Carr of Illinois.
It will be tough going in the Semis....
 
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Team Scores (Points):

1. Penn State (131)
2. Ohio State (111.5)
3. Nebraska (84)
4. Iowa (83.5)

For the first time since 2013-14, the Nebraska wrestling team will send multiple wrestlers to Big Ten Championship matches. Both
Chad Red Jr. (141) and Tyler Berger (157) earned semifinal victories in Saturday night’s Session II in front of a sold-out crowd at Williams Arena. This could be Nebraska's best finish since joining the B1G!

The Huskers were also fueled by a tournament-high six falls on Saturday.
 
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Six Huskers Clinch Automatic Bids to NCAA Championships
Chad Red Jr. (141), Tyler Berger (157), Isaiah White (165), Mikey Labriola (174), Taylor Venz (184) and David Jensen (285)
all clinched automatic bids to the NCAA Championships with their performances in the first two sessions today.

Chad Red is really coming on from a disappointing season:
141 Pounds: #8 Chad Red Jr. 3-0
First Round: #8 Chad Red Jr. (Nebraska) pinned #9 Peter Lipari (Rutgers) (0:50)
Quarterfinals: #8 Chad Red Jr. (Nebraska) dec. #1 Michael Carr (Illinois), 8-4
Semifinals: #8 Chad Red Jr. (Nebraska) dec. #5 Kanen Storr (Michigan), 4-1
Championship: #8 Chad Red Jr. (Nebraska) vs. #3 Joey McKenna Sr. (Ohio State) - Lost


157 Pounds: #2 Tyler Berger – 2-0
First Round: Bye
Quarterfinals: #2 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) dec. #10 John Van Brill (Rutgers), 11-5
Semifinals: #2 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) dec. #6 Steve Bleise (Minnesota), 6-3
Championship: #2 Tyle Berger (Nebraska) vs. #1 Jason Nolf Sr. (PSU) - Lost

165 Pounds: #4 Isaiah White – 3-1

First Round: #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. #13 Austin Hiles (Michigan State), 8-4
Quarterfinals: #5 Logan Massa (Michigan) dec. #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska), 8-6
Cons. Second Round: #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. #14 Cole Wysocki (Purdue), 9-3
Cons. Round of 8: #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. #10 Tyler Morland (Northwestern), 8-1
Cons. Round of 4: #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska) vs. #2 Evan Wick (Wisconsin) - Lost
5th Place Match: #4 Isaiah White (Nebraska) dec. #6 Te-Shan Campbell Sr. (Ohio State), 3-2


174 Pounds: #4 Mikey Labriola – 3-1
First Round: #4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) pinned #13 Josh Ugalde (Maryland) (0:49)
Quarterfinals: Devin Skatzka (Minnesota) pinned #4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) (7:22)
Cons. Second Round: #4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) pinned #11 Carver James (Illinois) (2:22)
Cons. Round of 8: #4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) major dec. #8 Drew Hughes (Michigan State), 8-0
Cons. Round of 4: #4 Mikey Labriola (Nebraska) vs. #3 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) - Won
Third Place: Labriola VS Skatzka RSJr. [Minn]; Lost 4-2


184 Pounds: #3 Taylor Venz – 2-1
First Round: #3 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) pinned #14 Brendan Devine (NW) (1:52)
Quarterfinals: #3 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) major dec. #6 Mason Reinhardt (Wisconsin), 14-0
Semifinals: #2 Shakur Rasheed (Penn State) dec. #3 Taylor Venz (Nebraska), 6-5
Cons. Round of 4: #3 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) vs. #5 Cash Wilcke (Iowa) - Won
Third Place: Venz VS Parker RSSr.[Ill]; lost 5-1


197 Pounds: #5 Eric Schultz – 2-1
F
irst Round: #5 Eric Schultz (Nebraska) tech. fall U. Niko Capello (Maryland), 27-11 (4:57)
Quarterfinals: #5 Eric Schultz (Nebraska) dec. #4 Christian Brunner (Purdue), 3-2
Semifinals: #1 Bo Nickal (Penn State) major dec. #5 Eric Schultz (Nebraska), 10-2
Cons. Round of 4: #5 Eric Schultz (Nebraska) vs. U. Beau Breske (Wisconsin) transfer from NU! - Won
Third Place: Schultz VS Warner RSFr. {iowa}; lost 7-5


Heavyweight: #7 David Jensen – 2-1
First Round: Bye
Quarterfinals: #2 Anthony Cassar (Penn State) dec. #7 David Jensen (Nebraska), 8-4
Cons. Second Round: #7 David Jensen (Nebraska) dec. U. Christian Colucci (Rutgers), 4-0
Cons. Round of 8: #7 David Jensen (Nebraska) pinned #3 Mason Parris (Michigan) (3:22)
Cons. Round of 4: #7 David Jensen (Nebraska) vs. #4 Trent Hilger (Wisconsin) - Lost
Fifth Place: Jensen Vs Jennings RSSr. [NW]: forfeit Injury

Olathe, Kan., native Jevon Parrish has been through plenty of ups in downs during his true freshman season in Lincoln. He started the tournament 0-2 before winning his final three bouts to take ninth place and put himself in position to be selected for an at-large bid at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
 
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:confused::( Disappointing finish for the NU wrestling. Not able to finish out. Seems to be a trend but shouldn't be with the quality of recruits/wrestlers we have!

141: Red [So] lost [second]
157: Berger [Sr] lost [second]
165: White [Jr] won [Fifth]
174: Labriola [RFr] lost [fourth]
184: Venz [So] lost [fourth]
197: shultz [So] lost [fourth]
285: Jennings [Jr] Injury forfeit [sixth]

Interesting note: NUs head coach wasn't sitting mat-side for any of these matches!

Promising note: Three Sophomores, one Red Shirt Freshman, two Juniors. So, should be back next year with more promising results.......

Team NU finished fifth.
Team Scores (Points):
1. Penn State (157)
2. Ohio State (122.5)
3. Iowa (107.5)
4. Minnesota (101.5)
5. Nebraska (96.5)

If Berger and Red had won their matches that would have given us 8 more points and into 4th for Team [104] score. If each of the other wrestlers in the consolation rounds had won that would have added 5 more points [109] and a third place finish.
https://www.blackheartgoldpants.com/2011/2/22/2006497/idiots-guide-to-college-wrestling-tournament-scoring
 
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Some good info on the Wrestlers going to the NCAA finals:
http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211796255

All-Americans Back for More:
• In 2018, Tyler Berger (157), Chad Red Jr. (141) and Taylor Venz (184) all earned All-America honors for the Huskers in the team's ninth place finish at NCAA's.

NU at NCAA’s – Last 10 Years:
2008-09: 4th (78.5 pts.); seven qualifiers, four All-Americans
2009-10: T-12th (39.5 pts.); five qualifiers, two All-Americans
2010-11: 12th (43.5 pts.); seven qualifiers, one All-American
2011-12: T-21st (28 pts.); eight qualifiers, two All-Americans
2012-13: 13th (38 pts.); seven qualifiers, two All-Americans
2013-14: 11th (43.5 pts.); seven qualifiers, two All-Americans
2014-15: 9th (59 pts.); nine qualifiers, three All-Americans
2015-16: 8th (58 pts.); ten qualifiers, three All-Americans
2016-17: 9th (59.5 pts.); seven qualifiers, four All-Americans
2017-18: 9th (47 pts.); seven qualifiers, three All-Americans

Nebraska’s Big Ten Championships Lineup:
125: Sr. Zeke Moisey (13-11) – 18th Seed
141: #12 So. Chad Red Jr. (18-11) – 16th Seed
157: #2 Sr. Tyler Berger (24-3) – 2nd Seed
165: #7 Jr. Isaiah White (20-7) – 7th Seed
174: #10 R-Fr. Mikey Labriola (26-6) – 10th Seed
184: #7 So. Taylor Venz (21-7) – 9th Seed
197: #10 So. Eric Schultz (21-11) – 14th Seed
285: #16 Jr. David Jensen (15-7) – 17th Seed

Berger Moves His Way Up the Record Books:
• After winning his 112th career match in the Big Ten Championships semifinals, redshirt senior Tyler Berger is in 13th place on the all-time wins list at Nebraska. He’s two wins away from tying three-time All-American T.J. Dudley (2013-17) for 10th place all-time.
• Berger has defeated seven out of the nine top-ten opponents he’s faced this year. He went on the road to defeat NC State’s #4 Hayden Hidlay, beat Northwestern’s #2 Ryan Deakin on Jan. 6, and defeated Ohio State’s #6 Ke-Shawn Hayes twice. He suffered his only top-10 losses of the season against Penn State’s #1 Jason Nolf, who defeated him in a Jan. 20 dual and at the Big Ten Championships.

Labriola on Pace for Freshman Records:
• After earning the Nebraska Redshirt of the Year award in 2017-18, Mikey Labriola has impressed in his first season as a starter at 174 pounds for Nebraska. He’s 26-6 (14-3 in duals), and leads the team in dual takedowns with 69.
• Labriola has won a team-high 14 bouts by bonus points this year and holds five victories over top 20 opponents.
• The 174-pounder from Easton, Pa., is two wins away from joining the top 10 in single-season wins for a freshman at Nebraska.
 
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Six of 8 wrestlers win their first round matches:

125 Elijah Oliver (Indiana) DEC Zeke Moisey (Nebraska), 11-4
141 Chad Red jr. Lincoln, NE (Nebraska) F Ian Parker (Iowa State), 3:57
157 Tyler Berger (Nebraska) TF Benjamin Barton (Campbell), 16-1 7:00
165 Isaiah White (Nebraska) DEC Joey Gunther Champaign, IL (Illinois), 4-1
174 Michael Labriola Easton, PA (Nebraska) DEC Daniel Bullard (NC State), 7-5
184 Taylor Venz (Nebraska) DEC Tanner Harvey (American), 7-4
197 Eric Schultz (Nebraska) DEC Tanner Orndorff (Utah Valley), 11-5
285 Chase Singletary (Ohio State) DEC David Jensen (Nebraska), 2-0

Tyler Berger (157), Isaiah White (165) and Mikey Labriola (174) won their second round matches to advance to tomorrow’s quarterfinals. As a team, NU stayed in a tie for eighth place (16 pts.) after the second session of the 2019 NCAA Wrestling Championships. Red, Venz, Shultz, and Jensen still alive in consolations.

http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=211796614
 
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Red wins 12-4, Berger wins 5-2,
White lost 3-1, Labriola lost by pin, [Both were to #2 ranked wrestler]
Venz won 13-7, and Shultz lost 3-2, and Jensen lost 10-3.

Red, White, Labriola, and Venz are still alive in consolations.
Berger is going to the semi final round.

Tyler Berger (157) became the 16th three-time All-American in Husker wrestling history today after his 5-2 victory by decision over #7 Larry Early (Old Dominion). Berger will compete in the second national semifinal of his career tonight in Session IV against Iowa’s #6 Kaleb Young.

As a team, the Huskers are in a three-way tie for 10th place overall with 26.5 team points. Five Huskers are still alive and four will compete in tonight’s Round of 12. Chad Red Jr. (141) and Taylor Venz (184) each won their two consolation bouts today. The redshirt sophomores are one win away from earning their second-consecutive All-American honors.

#7 Isaiah White (165) and #10 Mikey Labriola (174) fell in the quarterfinals this morning in their only match of Session III. White lost in a hard-fought, 3-1 decision in sudden victory to #2 Vincenzo Joseph (Penn State). Labriola was pinned by Missouri’s #2 Daniel Lewis in the second period to drop into wrestlebacks. Both White and Labriola will garner All-America honors with a win tonight in the Round of 12 as well.
 
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