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NU Wrestling results for 2022 B1G & NCAA championships

Bean

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The ninth-ranked Nebraska wrestling team scored a pair of season-opening victories over in-state foes as part of the Nebraska Duals on Thursday night. The event featured the Huskers, Chadron State and second-ranked UNK.

#9 Nebraska 31, Chadron State 9
125: Quade Smith (CHA) pinned Jeremiah Reno (NEB) (7:45) (CHA 6, NEB 0)
133: Alex Thomsen (NEB) dec. Kobe Lepe (CHA) 9-0 (CHA 6, NEB 4)
141: Daniel Monahan (NEB) dec. Joseph Ritzen (CHA) 7-5 (NEB 7, CHA 6)
149: Ridge Lovett (NEB) tech fall Chance Bockenstedt (CHA) 18-0 (NEB 12, CHA 6)
157: Jevon Parrish (NEB) dec. Dean Neff (CHA) 10-1 (NEB 16, CHA 6)
165: Bubba Wilson (NEB) dec. Preston Renner (CHA) 6-4 (NEB 19, CHA 6)
174: Tahjae Jenkins-Harris (NEB) dec. Darwin Hull (CHA) 5-4 (NEB 22, CHA 6)
184: Taylor Venz (NEB) pinned Rowdy Pfeil (CHA) (2:44) (NEB 28, CHA 6)
197: Eli Hinojosa (CHA) dec. Anthony Gaona (NEB) 6-2 (NEB 28, CHA 9)
HWT: Austin Emerson (NEB) dec. Mason Watt (CHA) 6-4 (NEB 31, CHA 9)

#9 Nebraska 45, #2 UNK 6
125: Jeremiah Reno (NEB) inf. def. Jackson Nielsen (UNK) (1:57) (NEB 6, UNK 0)
133: Jordan Kelber (NEB) win by forfeit 6-0 (NEB 12, UNK 0)
141: Chad Red Jr. (NEB) pinned Nick James (UNK) (6:51) (NEB 18, UNK 0) (NEB -1)*
149: Ridge Lovett (NEB) pinned Ryan Johnson (UNK) (1:39) (NEB 23, UNK 0)
157: Peyton Robb (NEB) pinned Teontae Wilson (UNK) (2:25) (NEB 29, UNK 0)
165: Matt Malcom (UNK) dec. Bubba Wilson (NEB) 10-5 (NEB 29, UNK 3)
174: Billy Higgins (UNK) dec. Tahjae Jenkins-Harris (NEB) 6-3 (NEB 29, UNK 6)
184: Taylor Venz (NEB) pinned Austin Eldredge (UNK) (5:26) (NEB 35, UNK 6)
197: Eric Schultz (NEB) pinned Hayden Prince (UNK) (7:08) (NEB 41, UNK 6)
HWT: Christian Lance (NEB) dec. Lee Herrington (UNK) 14-4 (NEB 45, UNK 6)
*NEB deducted one team point for unsportsmanlike conduct

 
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Oldgrappler

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Great Start. hope they keep the momentum up as they have a big test next week at home then go on the road.
 
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Bean

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"The Nebraska wrestling team had two individuals take first place in their respective weight-class pools at the Grand View Open on Saturday. Overall, more than 40 teams competed at the open along with 14 Huskers making the trip to Pleasant Hill, Iowa. In addition to the first-place performances, five Nebraska grapplers recorded top five finishes.

Wrestlers from the 10th-ranked Huskers, No. 1 Iowa, No. 3 Missouri, No. 14 Iowa State, No. 16 Northern Iowa and No. 25 Northwestern among others were placed into different divisions and pools and advanced based on their results.

In the freshman/sophomore division, Quinton Chavez (125) recorded a win against Cowley's Angel Avila and took his consolation match against Doane's Russell Nickerson to an extra period, but fell 4-2. At 141, Blake Cushing went 6-2 on the weekend and recorded a 4th-place finish. Nic Stoltenberg (157) won his first four matches before falling to Iowa State's Andrew Huddleston. He bounced back and finished in fifth place. Also at 157, Joshua Licking competed but fell in the opening and the consolation rounds. To close out this division, Elise Brown Ton (174) finished in third place with a win over Providence's Bridger Hill, and Zak Taylor (197) lost in the consolation round but tallied a win against Zach Choate (unattached) due to medical forfeit.

In the open division, Boo Dryden (133) took home the crown. He defeated Lincoln College's Blake Cagle and Northwestern's Manuel Jaramillo in the opening rounds before recording wins in the quarters and semis. In the championship bout, Dryden won by decision over fellow Husker Dominick Serrano. Serrano also had a day for himself at the open as he recorded a 4-1 mark including two pins.

At 149, Kevon Davenport went 2-2 on the day as he recorded wins over Ryan Ojeda of Grand View and Ja Melle Dye of Ottawa. Jagger Condomitti (165) had a good showing as he won his first three matches of the day before falling to Iowa State's Isaac Judge. He made it to the third-place match but lost a close 4-2 decision to take fourth.

Nathan Haas (184) was the Huskers' second champion of the day as he recorded four-straight wins and a 10-4 decision in the championship match over Grand View's Ben Lee. "
 

Oldgrappler

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"The Nebraska wrestling team had two individuals take first place in their respective weight-class pools at the Grand View Open on Saturday. Overall, more than 40 teams competed at the open along with 14 Huskers making the trip to Pleasant Hill, Iowa. In addition to the first-place performances, five Nebraska grapplers recorded top five finishes.

Wrestlers from the 10th-ranked Huskers, No. 1 Iowa, No. 3 Missouri, No. 14 Iowa State, No. 16 Northern Iowa and No. 25 Northwestern among others were placed into different divisions and pools and advanced based on their results.

In the freshman/sophomore division, Quinton Chavez (125) recorded a win against Cowley's Angel Avila and took his consolation match against Doane's Russell Nickerson to an extra period, but fell 4-2. At 141, Blake Cushing went 6-2 on the weekend and recorded a 4th-place finish. Nic Stoltenberg (157) won his first four matches before falling to Iowa State's Andrew Huddleston. He bounced back and finished in fifth place. Also at 157, Joshua Licking competed but fell in the opening and the consolation rounds. To close out this division, Elise Brown Ton (174) finished in third place with a win over Providence's Bridger Hill, and Zak Taylor (197) lost in the consolation round but tallied a win against Zach Choate (unattached) due to medical forfeit.

In the open division, Boo Dryden (133) took home the crown. He defeated Lincoln College's Blake Cagle and Northwestern's Manuel Jaramillo in the opening rounds before recording wins in the quarters and semis. In the championship bout, Dryden won by decision over fellow Husker Dominick Serrano. Serrano also had a day for himself at the open as he recorded a 4-1 mark including two pins.

At 149, Kevon Davenport went 2-2 on the day as he recorded wins over Ryan Ojeda of Grand View and Ja Melle Dye of Ottawa. Jagger Condomitti (165) had a good showing as he won his first three matches of the day before falling to Iowa State's Isaac Judge. He made it to the third-place match but lost a close 4-2 decision to take fourth.

Nathan Haas (184) was the Huskers' second champion of the day as he recorded four-straight wins and a 10-4 decision in the championship match over Grand View's Ben Lee. "
see attached article says the huskers have sis all Americans on the starting roster
 

Bean

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Projected lineups for NC Wed 17 Nov.

No. 10 Nebraska's Projected Lineup*:
125: #17 Liam Cronin Sr. • Orange, Calif. (0-0) -OR- Jeremiah Reno Fr. • Kansas City, Mo. (1-1)
133: #33 Alex Thomsen So. • Neola, Iowa (1-0)
141: #6 Chad Red Jr. Sr. • Indianapolis, Ind. (1-0)
149: #13 Ridge Lovett So. • Post Falls, Idaho. (2-0) -OR- Jevon Parrish So. • Olathe, Kan. (1-0)
157: #17 Peyton Robb So. • Owatonna, Minn. (1-0)
165: #30 Bubba Wilson RFr. • Manhattan, Kan. (1-1)
174: Tahjae Jenkins-Harris Fr. • Las Vegas, Nev. -OR- #3 Mikey Labriola So. • Easton, Pa. (0-0)
184: #11 Taylor Venz Sr. • Farmington, Minn. (2-0)
197: #12 Eric Schultz Sr. • Tinley Park, Ill. (1-0)
HWT: #14 Christian Lance Sr. • Nixa, Mo. (1-0)
*InterMat rankings used

No. 13 North Carolina's Projected Lineup*:
125: Spencer Moore Fr. • Crittenden, Ky.
133: No. 11 Jaime Hernandez RSr. • Aurora, Ill.
141: No. 15 Kizhan Clarke Gr. • Tampa, Fla.
149: No. 5 Zach Sherman RSr. • Islamorada, Fla.
157: No. 2 Austin O'Connor RSr. • Lockport, Ill.
165: Sonny Santiago RFr. • Downey, Calif.
174: No. 21 Gavin Kane RFr. • Milton, Ga. -OR- No. 20 Clay Lautt Gr. • Olathe, Kan.**
184: Mark Chaid RJr. • San Jose, Calif. -OR- Hunter Queen RSr. • Cary, N.C.
197: No. 26 Max Shaw RSo. • Pittsburgh, Pa.
HWT: Brandon Whitman Sr. • Dundee, Mich.
*InterMat rankings used
**Denotes ranking at 184
 
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Bean

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'The No. 9 Nebraska wrestling team dominated No. 15 North Carolina allowing only six points and recording three-straight bonus point victories to defeat the Tar Heels (2-2, 0-0 ACC) 27-6.'
#9 Nebraska 27, #15 North Carolina 6
125: #17 Liam Cronin (NEB) dec. Spencer Moore (UNC) 3-1 (NEB 3, UNC 0)
133: #10 Jaime Hernandez (UNC) dec. #30 Alex Thomsen (NEB) 10-4 (NEB 3, UNC 3)
141: #13 Kizhan Clarke (UNC) dec. #5 Chad Red Jr. (NEB) 3-1 (UNC 6, NEB 3)
149: #14 Ridge Lovett (NEB) dec. #6 Zachary Sherman (UNC) 4-3 (NEB 6, UNC 6)
157: #16 Peyton Robb (NEB) dec. #2 Austin O'Connor (UNC) 5-2 (NEB 9, UNC 6)
165: Bubba Wilson (NEB) dec. Sonny Santiago (UNC) 3-2 (NEB 12, UNC 6)
174: #3 Mikey Labriola (NEB) dec. #22 Clay Lautt (UNC) 3-2 (NEB 15, UNC 6)
184: #10 Taylor Venz (NEB) maj. dec. Hunter Queen (UNC) 15-2 (NEB 19, UNC 6)
197: #12 Eric Schultz (NEB) maj. dec. Mark Chaid (UNC) 16-3 (NEB 23, UNC 6)
HWT: #13 Christian Lance (NEB) maj. dec. Brandon Whitman (UNC) 17-6 (NEB 27, UNC 6)

"The night's most exciting match took place at 157 as #16 Peyton Robb followed suit and defeated defending national champion #2 Austin O'Connor, holding him to only two points in a 5-2 win by decision. Robb now holds an impressive 33-13 career record."
 
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Bean

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The individual Huskers competing are as follows:

Huskers Results at Daktronics​

Warren Williamson/Daktronics Open (Nov. 21, 2021)
Brookings, S.D. (Frost Arena)

125: Liam Cronin – 6th (2-3)
125: Jeremiah Reno – DNP (1-2)
133: Alex ThomsenDNP (1-2)
133: Dominick Serrano (unattached) 6th (3-2)
133: Jordan Kelber – DNP (2-2)
141: Tucker Sjomeling – DNP (2-2)
141: Blake Cushing (unattached) – DNP (0-2)
149: Ridge Lovett – DNP (2-0)
149: Jevon Parrish 2nd (3-1)
157: Peyton Robb 2nd (3-1)
157: Nic Stoltenberg (unattached) - DNP (1-2)
165: Bubba Wilson – DNP (2-2)
165: Tahjae Jenkins-Harris – DNP (0-2)
174: Mikey Labriola 1st (4-0)
174: Elise Brown Ton (unattached) – DNP (0-2)
184: Taylor Venz 3rd (4-1)
184: Brandyn Van Tassell (unattached) - DNP (1-2)
197: Silas Allred (unattached) – 1st (3-0)
197: Anthony Gaona DNP (0-2)
HWT: Christian Lance 1st (4-0)

At 174, Labriola continued his early-season success as he won three straight bouts, including two pins, in route to a final's matchup against Iowa State's Joel Shapiro. In the championship match, Labriola recorded an escape in the second period and a takedown in the third to seal the first place finish, 3-2.

Freshman Allred, who wrestled unattached at 197, received a bye in the round of 16 before earning a technical fall in the quarterfinals and a pin in the semifinals against No. 1 seed Yonger Bastida of Iowa State. Allred wrapped up an impressive day in the finals as he pinned South Dakota's State Nick Casperson at 2:40.

Lance dominated the heavyweight division recording four straight wins including two major decisions and a 9-5 decision in the championship match over Iowa State's Sam Schuyler.

At 157, Robb earned a major decision and two decisions on his way to the championship match where he faced No. 1 seed David Carr of Iowa State. Robb recorded two takedowns and an escape, forcing an extra period as the two were tied 5-5 after three. Carr outlasted Robb and won 7-5.

Parrish started the day off strong with three straight wins and a place in the championship match at 149. In the finals, Parrish recorded a takedown but fell to the No. 4 seed Jarrett Degen of Iowa State, 13-2.
125:
1. Kysen Terukina (ISU)
2. Corey Cabanban (ISU)
3. Brody Teske (UNIA)
4. Tanner Jordan (Unattached-South Dakota State)
5. Jager Eisch (Unattached-Minnesota)
6. Liam Cronin (NEB)

133:

1. Drew Mattin (Unattached)
2. Vance Vombar (Unattached-Minnesota)
3. Kyle Biscoglia (UNIA)
4. Ramazan Attasauov (ISU)
5. Derrick Cardinal (Unattached-South Dakota State)
6. Dominick Serrano (Unattached-Nebraska)

149:

1. Jarrett Degen (ISU)
2. Jevon Parrish (NEB)
3. Paniro Johnson (Unattached)
4. Zach Price (Unattached-South Dakota State)
5. Alek Martin (Unattached-South Dakota State)
6. Drew Roberts (Unattached-Minnesota)

157:
1. David Carr (ISU)
2. Peyton Robb (NEB)
3. Cayd Lara (UNIA)
4. Derek Holschlag (UNIA)
6. Cael Swensen (Unattached-South Dakota State)
6. Kenny O'Neil (Unattached-South Dakota State)

174:
1. Mikey Labriola (NEB)

2. Joel Shapiro (ISU)
3. Bailee O'Reilly (Unattached)
4. Riley Habisch (Unattached-North Dakota State)
5. Pat Scheonfelder (UNIA)
6. Austin Brenner (Unattached-North Dakota State)

184:
1. Parker Keckeisen (UNIA)
2. Marcus Coleman (ISU)
3. Taylor Venz (NEB)
4. Dj Parker (Unattached-North Dakota State)
5. Sam Kruger (Unattached-South Dakota State)
6. Cody Fisher (Unattached-Iowa State)

197:
1. Silas Allred (Unattached-Nebraska)

2. Nick Casperson (Unattached-South Dakota State)
3. Yonger Bastida (ISU)
4. Bennett Tabor (Unattached-Minnesota)
5. Adam Ahrendsen (Unattached-Northern Iowa)
6. Spencer Mooberry (Unattached-North Dakota State)

HVY:
1. Christian Lance (NEB)

2. Sam Schuyler (ISU)
3. Tyrell Gordon (UNIA)
4. Bowen McConville (Unattached-South Dakota State)
5. Keaton Kluever (MINN)
6. Cole Gripka (Unattached-North Dakota State)



PLACE
TEAMPOINTSCHCONS123456
1Unattached-Nebraska20.5--1----1
2Unattached20--1-2---
3Iowa State19.5--4422--
4Nebraska19--221--1
5Northern Iowa17.5--114121
6Unattached-Minnesota16---1-111
6Unattached-North Dakota State16--1--3-3
8Unattached-South Dakota State15---1-333
9Minnesota13---1--2-
10Unattached-Northern Iowa12----1-1-
11Unattached-Iowa State6-------1
12St. Cloud State1--------
13Unattached-St. Cloud State
 
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Huskerthom

All Big 10
5 Year Member
'The No. 9 Nebraska wrestling team dominated No. 15 North Carolina allowing only six points and recording three-straight bonus point victories to defeat the Tar Heels (2-2, 0-0 ACC) 27-6.'
#9 Nebraska 27, #15 North Carolina 6
125: #17 Liam Cronin (NEB) dec. Spencer Moore (UNC) 3-1 (NEB 3, UNC 0)
133: #10 Jaime Hernandez (UNC) dec. #30 Alex Thomsen (NEB) 10-4 (NEB 3, UNC 3)
141: #13 Kizhan Clarke (UNC) dec. #5 Chad Red Jr. (NEB) 3-1 (UNC 6, NEB 3)
149: #14 Ridge Lovett (NEB) dec. #6 Zachary Sherman (UNC) 4-3 (NEB 6, UNC 6)
157: #16 Peyton Robb (NEB) dec. #2 Austin O'Connor (UNC) 5-2 (NEB 9, UNC 6)
165: Bubba Wilson (NEB) dec. Sonny Santiago (UNC) 3-2 (NEB 12, UNC 6)
174: #3 Mikey Labriola (NEB) dec. #22 Clay Lautt (UNC) 3-2 (NEB 15, UNC 6)
184: #10 Taylor Venz (NEB) maj. dec. Hunter Queen (UNC) 15-2 (NEB 19, UNC 6)
197: #12 Eric Schultz (NEB) maj. dec. Mark Chaid (UNC) 16-3 (NEB 23, UNC 6)
HWT: #13 Christian Lance (NEB) maj. dec. Brandon Whitman (UNC) 17-6 (NEB 27, UNC 6)

"The night's most exciting match took place at 157 as #16 Peyton Robb followed suit and defeated defending national champion #2 Austin O'Connor, holding him to only two points in a 5-2 win by decision. Robb now holds an impressive 33-13 career record."
I was really disappointed with Red's performance. I do not think he even shot once during that match. I really liked him last year. Even when he lost he was aggressive. This whole match he was just a passive wrestler.
 

Bean

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I was really disappointed with Red's performance. I do not think he even shot once during that match. I really liked him last year. Even when he lost he was aggressive. This whole match he was just a passive wrestler.
Yea me too but he has a history of that in past years. It seems he doesn't wrestle up to his potential until the B1G tournament.

I was impressed with Christian Lance. He looks much better now that he has a former NCAA Div II Champion and two-time Olympian [Bronze medal winner once] in Tervel Dlagnev to practice with!
 
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Bean

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Nebraska's Projected Lineup*
WeightNameYearHometownDual Record
125#22 Liam Cronin Jerrimiah RenoSr.Orange, Calif.1-0
133Alex ThomsenSo.Neola, Iowa1-1
141#11 Chad Red Jr.Sr.Indianapolis, Ind.1-1
149#12 Ridge LovettSo.Post Falls, Idaho3-0
157#6 Peyton RobbSo.Owatonna, Minn.2-0
165Bubba WilsonRFr.Manhattan, Kan.2-1
174#3 Mikey LabriolaJr.Easton, Pa.1-0
184#15 Taylor VenzSr.Farmington, Minn.3-0
197#10 Eric SchultzSr.Tinley Park, Ill.2-0
HWT#13 Christian LanceSr.Nixa, Mo.2-0
*InterMat rankings used
CKLV Seeds:
Wt./ CK Seed / Natl Rank - Name
141: ......3 ..../...... #8 - Chad Red, Nebraska
149: ......5 .../......#11 - Ridge Lovett, Nebraska
157: ......3 .../.......#7 - Peyton Robb, Nebraska
174: ......1 .../........#5 - Mikey Labriola, Nebraska
184: ......3 .../.......#11 - Taylor Venz, Nebraska
197:......4 .../......#10 - Eric Schultz, Nebraska
HVY: ....3.../......#13 - Christian Lance, Nebraska

The No. 9 Nebraska wrestling team got off to a blazing start at the Cliff Keen Invitational in Las Vegas on Friday, winning 21 of its 24 bouts. Seven Huskers advanced to Friday night's quarterfinals and all seven qualified for Saturday's semifinal round. After Day 1, Nebraska's 79.5 team points are the most among the 27 teams in the overall standings. OSU second at 71, Purdue 53, Michigan 51, N Western 44.5.

141: #11 Chad Red Jr. (3-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: #11 Chad Red Jr. dec. Zach Zeamer (Oklahoma), 8-4
Round of 16: #11 Chad Red Jr. dec. Cole Handlovic (Cornell), 6-4
Quarterfinals: #11 Chad Red Jr. dec. #20 Dylan D'Emilio (Ohio State), 3-2
Semifinals: #11 Chad Red Jr. vs #9 Andrew Alirez (Northern Colorado)

149: #12 Ridge Lovett (3-0) – In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: #12 Ridge Lovett major dec. Jaron Jensen (Wyoming), 11-2
Round of 16: #12 Ridge Lovett pinned Kody Komara (Kent State) (4:29)
Quarterfinals: #12 Ridge Lovett dec. #6 Jaden Abas (Stanford), 9-2
Semifinals: #12 Ridge Lovett vs #1 Yianni Diakomihalis (Cornell)

157: #6 Peyton Robb (2-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: Bye
Round of 16: #6 Peyton Robb pinned Adam Santoro (Cornell) (6:22)
Quarterfinals: #6 Peyton Robb dec. #31 Dazjon Casto (Citadel), 3-1
Semifinals: #6 Peyton Robb vs #5 Quincy Monday (Princeton)

165: Bubba Wilson (2-1) -- In Consolation Round of 8 (#2) on Saturday
Round of 32: Cameron Amine (Michigan) dec. Bubba Wilson, 5-3
Cons. of 16 (#2): Bubba Wilson pinned Emil Soehnlen (Purdue) (2:13)
Cons. of 8 (#1): Bubba Wilson dec. Matthew Olguin (Oregon State), 3-1
Cons. of 8 (#2): Bubba Wilson vs Mathew Malcom (UNK)

174: #3 Mikey Labriola (3-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: #3 Mikey Labriola major dec. Michael Squires (Princeton), 18-8
Round of 16: #3 Mikey Labriola dec. Michael Ferree (Kent State), 9-7
Quarterfinals: #3 Mikey Labriola tech. fall #22 Aaron Olmos (Oregon State) (5:19)
Semifinals:#3 Mikey Labriola vs #16 Cade Devos (South Dakota State)

184: #15 Taylor Venz (2-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: Bye
Round of 16: #15 Taylor Venz pinned Jack Jessen (Northwestern) (5:27)
Quarterfinals: #15 Taylor Venz dec. #24 Travis Stefanik (Princeton), 6-2
Semifinals: #15 Taylor Venz vs #16 Jonathan Loew (Cornell)

197: #10 Eric Schultz (3-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: #10 Eric Schultz pinned Ben Stemmet (Citadel) (4:23)
Round of 16: #10 Eric Schultz dec. Andrew Davison (Northwestern) 4-0
Quarterfinals: #10 Eric Schultz dec. #11 Lou Deprez (Binghamton), 2-0
Semifinals: #10 Eric Schultz vs #6 Jake Woodley (Oklahoma)

HWT: #13 Christian Lance (2-0) -- In semifinals on Saturday
Round of 32: Bye
Round of 16: #13 Christian Lance major dec. Jacob Clover (Kent State), 20-8
Quarterfinals: #13 Christian Lance dec. #22 AJ Nevills (SDSU), 6-3
Semifinals: #13 Christian Lance vs Gary Traub (Oregon State)

 
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Oldgrappler

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Nebraska's Projected Lineup*
WeightNameYearHometownDual Record
125#22 Liam CroninSr.Orange, Calif.1-0
133Alex ThomsenSo.Neola, Iowa1-1
141#11 Chad Red Jr.Sr.Indianapolis, Ind.1-1
149#12 Ridge LovettSo.Post Falls, Idaho3-0
157#6 Peyton RobbSo.Owatonna, Minn.2-0
165Bubba WilsonRFr.Manhattan, Kan.2-1
174#3 Mikey LabriolaJr.Easton, Pa.1-0
184#15 Taylor VenzSr.Farmington, Minn.3-0
197#10 Eric SchultzSr.Tinley Park, Ill.2-0
HWT#13 Christian LanceSr.Nixa, Mo.2-0
*InterMat rankings used
This team is sold up and down, they will give everyone they wrestle problems. Good dual team. The Sr. leadership will serve them well this year.
 

Bean

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Finals
#3
Mikey Labriola (174) took on #6 Ethan Smith of Ohio State in the 174-pound title match on Saturday night. Labriola scored a takedown in sudden victory to secure the Cliff Keen individual title.

#14 Taylor Venz
(184) wrestled Kaleb Romero of Ohio State to a scoreless first period. Venz recorded three escapes but was unable to hold off Romero who tallied three takedowns and won by decision 7-3. Finished Second.

The final Husker to qualify for the Cliff Keen individual finals was #10 Eric Schultz (197) who matched up against #9 Stephen Buchanan (Wyoming). Schultz, coming off an upset over Jake Woodley (OK) in the semifinals, attacked first with a takedown in the first period and grabbed the 2-1 lead. Schultz started the second period with an escape, but Buchanan found his footing and defeated Schultz by decision 7-3. Finished Second.

Third-Place Bouts
#13 Christian Lance (285) scored four takedowns and an escape, upsetting #6 Tate Orndorff of Ohio State 9-4 to secure a third-place finish.

#12 Ridge Lovett (149) joined Lance as a third-place finisher after #4 Yahya Thomas of Northwestern medically forfeited.

To close out the third-place bouts, #11 Chad Red Jr. (141) became the third Husker to place third as he defeated Cole Mattin of Michigan 6-1.

#6 Peyton Robb lost by medical forfeit to #13 Jacob Wright of Wyoming. (sixth)

Seventh-Place Bouts
Bubba Wilson (165) came up short against #31 Joshua Ogunsanya of Columbia, as he was pinned in the third period. Wilson finished in eighth place.

PLACETEAMPOINTS
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1Nebraska125
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2Ohio State104
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3Michigan94.5
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4Northwestern91.5
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1​
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4Wyoming91.5
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1​
1​
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6Purdue85.5-
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7Cornell81
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8Oregon State79
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9Princeton63.5
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10Cal Poly60.5
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11Oklahoma57.5---
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12South Dakota State55
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13Stanford41-
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14Navy39.5----
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15Utah Valley34.5--
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16Minnesota34-----
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