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« on: December 02, 2016, 11:11:44 PM »

#23 NDSU 24, NU 12 ............12/02/16
141: Taylor Nein (NDSU) dec. Alec McKenna (NU), 3-1 [NDSU 3, NU 0]
149: Mitch Friedman (NDSU) dec. Shayne Oster (NU), 11-5 [NDSU 6, NU 0]
157: #12 Clay Ream (NDSU) Fall Anthony Petrone (NU), 2:42 [NDSU 12, NU 0]
165: #19 Andrew Fogarty (NDSU) maj. dec. Ben Sullivan (NU), 15-2 [NDSU 16, NU 0]
174: Johnny Sebastian (NU) dec. Carter Nielsen (NDSU), 6-4 [NDSU 16, NU 3]
184: Mitch Sliga (NU) dec. Tyler McNutt (NDSU), 8-2 [NDSU 16, NU 6]
197: Jacob Berkowitz (NU) dec. Cordell Eaton (NDSU), 9-7 [NDSU 16, NU 9]
285: Ben Tynan (NDSU) dec. Conan Jennings (NU), 6-0 [NDSU 19, NU 9]
125: #5 Josh Rodriguez (NDSU) Tech Fall Anthony Rubinetti (NU), 22-7 (6:50) [NDSU 24, NU 9]
133: Jason Ipsarides (NU) dec. Albert Landeros (NDSU), 8-2 [NDSU 24, NU 12]

EVANSTON, Ill. Northwestern won four individual bouts on Friday night against North Dakota State, including three straight at the upper weights from Johnny Sebastian (174), Mitch Sliga (184) and Jacob Berkowitz (197), who are all off to career starts.

Jason Ipsarides also picked up a win for the Wildcats at 133 lbs.

Berkowitz increased his team-leading win total to nine, while Sebastian and Sliga each picked up win number eight on the year. All three only have one loss.

"This is what we expected to see out of these guys," head coach Matt Storniolo said. "But I still think each of these guys could have had an even better match tonight.

Despite the four wins, Northwestern dropped the dual to No. 23 North Dakota State, 24-12.

Sebastian won by 6-4 decision to get the Wildcats on the board after four straight Bison wins to open the dual that began at 141 lbs. Sliga followed with an 8-2 decision, and Berkowitz rounded out the winning streak with a 9-7 win.

NDSU won at 285 and 125 before Ipsarides closed out the night with an 8-2 victory of his own at 133 lbs.

Chicago's Big Ten Team remains at home next weekend when SIU-Edwardsville comes to town for an 8 p.m. dual on Saturday, Dec. 10.

Bout Sheet: NDSU 24, NU 12 http://sidearm.sites.s3.amazonaws.com/nusports.com/documents/2016/12/2/Screen_Shot_2016_12_02_at_9_14_44_PM.png

Match Day Sights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPz8uRG3mpw&feature=youtu.be

« Last Edit: December 03, 2016, 09:45:15 AM by TomM » Logged

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« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2016, 12:23:10 AM »

Nice to see two Wisconsin kids winning matches in that dual.


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