Utah Valley 40 South Dakota State 6

Brookings, SD – The South Dakota State wrestling team wrapped up the season with a 40-6 loss to Utah Valley on senior night in Western Wrestling Conference wrestling at Frost Arena, Friday.

In the final dual of his career, the Jackrabbit’s lone senior Kevin Kelly put the only points on the board with a win by forfeit at the 285-pound weight class.

The Jacks, who end the regular season with a 1-13-1 record, including 0-6 in the WWC, have a week off before they head to the NCAA West Regional in Colorado Springs, Colo., March 6.

Utah Valley 40 South Dakota State 6
157: Richard Winger (UVU) dec. Nick Flynn, 11-6
165: Jeb Clark (UVU) def. John Nething II by fall, 5:27
174: Brad Darrington (UVU) major dec. Rex Lyon, 10-2
184: Casen Eldredge (UVU) major dec. Joe Rasmussen, 8-0
197: Trevor Rupp (UVU) major dec. Cord Willers, 15-3
285: Kevin Kelly (SDSU) won by forfeit
125: No. 13 Ben Kjar (UVU) won by forfeit
133: No. 13 Flint Ray (UVU) won by forfeit
141: Justin Morrill (UVU) major dec. Tyler Johnson, 13-0
149: Josh Wilson (UVU) dec. Andrew Youngblom, 2-1
Exhibition Match: 149 lbs – Avery Garner (UVU) dec. Jimmy Hamilton, 11-4

Concordia 33 Mary 8

Cobber All-American Seniors Cap Their Dual-Meet Careers In Style  

BISMARCK, N.D. (2/17/11) — Concordia All-American seniors Ross DankersJustin Berns and Phil Moenkedick capped their dual-meet careers in style as they helped the Cobbers cruise past the University of Mary 33-8 in the team’s final dual meet of the 2011 season. The victory is the ninth straight for CC and improves their final season record to 11-2.

The dual, which was originally schedule for last week, was decided in the final six matches of the night. After the Marauders tied the team score at 8-8, Concordia showed its mettle by winning six straight matches and rolling to a 25-point win.

Ben Presler and Daron Hohbein gave Concordia an 8-0 lead after the first two matches before Mary tied the match after the 149-lb match Presler claimed an 8-1 decision at 125 and is now 17-11 on the year. Hohbein won by technical fall at 133 and is 11-4 for the season.

The Cobber six-match barrage was started by Berns who put his opponent on his back at the 2:32 mark of his bout at 157. For Berns it was 23rd win of the season and school-record 127th career win. Berns has now won 11 straight matches and 19 of his last 20. He is currently ranked sixth in Division III and appears ready to make a run at his second straight All-American honor.

Concordia freshman Brandon Haluptzok made the most of his first-ever collegiate dual-meet start at 165. Haluptzok won 5-0 and scored all of his points in the second and third periods after a scoreless first frame.

The Cobbers’ murderer’s row of Dankers, Moenkedick, Nathan Schmitz and Tommy Bouressa put the exclamation point on the win by recording a major decision, a pin fall and two decisions in the final four bouts of the night. Dankers won 14-6 at 174. Moenkedick followed with a pin fall at 1:09 at 184 before Schmitz won 6-1 at 197 and Bouressa scored a 5-2 win at 285.

Moenkedick’s win was his team-leading 27th of the season, bringing his record to 27-1. Like Berns, Moenkedick also has 127 career wins. He has also won 20 of his matches on the year by pin fall which is a school record. The old mark of 18 was held by Barry Bennett.

Schmitz improved his season record to 21-7. He is now 52-19 in his first two seasons at Concordia. Bouressa, ranked 10th in the latest Division III poll at 285, continued his late-season tear. He has now won 16 of his last 17 matches and has outscored his opponents 64-4 in eight matches.

The Cobbers will now have a nine-day break before the NCAA Great Lakes Regional on Feb. 26 at Lakeland College in Wisc. Concordia will try and up their total of wrestlers that qualify for the NCAA National Meet. Last year they set a school record by sending four athletes to the national meet.

February 17, 2011 at Bismarck, ND

Concordia 33 Mary 8
125: Ben Pressler (CC) 8-1 dec Matt Garcia (M)
133: Daren Hohbein (CC) tech fall at 5:00 over Ryan Swelland (M)
141: Tanner Beaman (M) tech fall at 3:52 over Todd Reynolds (CC)
149: Landon DellaSilva (M) 6-1 dec Chad Mack (CC)
157: Justin Berns (CC) fall at 2:32 over Brandon DeLao (M)
165: Brandon Haluptzok (CC) 5-0 dec Shane Primeau (M)
174: Ross Dankers (CC) 14-6 maj dec Ross Edison (M)
184: Phil Moenkedick (CC)  fall at 1:09 over Brady Anderson (M)
197: Nate Schmitz (CC) 6-1 dec Kriss McCleary (M)
285: Tom Bouressa (CC) 5-2 dec Martin Patron (M)

St. Cloud State 25 MSU-Mankato 9

No. 3 Huskies Roll Over No. 8 Mavericks

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – No. 3 St. Cloud State won seven of 10 matches in a 25-9 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference win over Minnesota State University, Mankato Thursday night in Halenbeck Hall.

#2 St. Cloud State vs. #10 Minnesota State-Mankato match video – theguillotineflo.com

The Huskies celebrated senior night by ending the regular season with a 19-2 overall record, while finishing 6-1 in the conference. MSU drops to 9-5 overall and 5-2 in the NSIC with the loss.

Senior’s Westy Hanson (Crookston), Chad Kubasch (New Germany), Erik Rogness (Buffalo), Gabe Suarez (Las Vegas, Nev.) and John Sundgren (Blaine) were all honored Thursday night.

No. 8 ranked Suarez won his 141-pound match 5-4 and No. 2 Sundgren won his 157-pound match 7-1 in their final matches at Halenbeck Hall.

The Mavericks earned a close 5-4 win in the 125-pound match, before the Huskies recorded victory in the next six matches to take a commanding 19-3 lead into the final three matches.

Junior and No. 2 ranked Tad Merritt (Canby) posted the only major decision of the day with a 15-4 win in the 165-pound match. Merritt is now an impressive 30-3 on the season.

Minnesota State then recorded their second and third one-point victories of the evening with a 2-1 and 3-2 win in the 185 and 197-pound matches to bring the score to 19-9 heading into the heavyweight match.

The final match of the evening did not take long as the No. 1 ranked heavyweight in the country Jake Kahnke (Shakopee) needed just 1:57 to pin his appoint and put an exclamation point on the match.

The Huskies will now have a short break in action before competing in the NCAA Central Regional Championships on Sunday, Feb. 27 in Sioux Falls, S.D.

The championship kicks off at noon in Elmen Center on the Augustana College campus.

February 17, 2011 at St. Cloud, MN

St. Cloud State 25 MSU-Mankato 9
125: Andy Forstner (MSU) DEC Dylan Wright (SCS) 5-4
133: Eric  Ellington (SCS) DEC Paul Norgren (MSU) 3-2
141: Gabriel Suarez (SCS) DEC Robby Fisher (MSU) 5-4
149: Jacob D. Horn (SCS) DEC Jesse Westphal (MSU) 6-0
157: John Sundgren (SCS) DEC Tel Todd (MSU) 7-1
165: Tad Merritt (SCS) MD Brendan Eichmann (MSU) 15-4
174: Shamus O’Grady (SCS) DEC Ben Becker (MSU) 6-2
184: Aaron Norgren (MSU) DEC Michael Berg (SCS) 2-1
197: Pat Mahan (MSU) DEC Lucas Munkelwitz (SCS) 3-2
285: Jake  Kahnke (SCS) FALL Nathan Haynes (MSU) 1:57

Southwest Minnesota State 24 Mary 12

Mustangs Defeat U-Mary 24-12 in NSIC Dual

Bismarck, ND — The Southwest Minnesota State wrestling team defeated the University of Mary 24-12 in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference dual tonight in Bismarck. The Mustangs won six out of 10 matches to defeat the Marauders tonight. SMSU improves to 7-4-1 overall and 2-4 in conference play while the Marauders fall to 5-9, 1-6 NSIC.

The Mustangs jumped out to an early 7-0 lead after Travis Borchert (125 pounds) defeated Matt Garcia in a 3-2 decision and Justin Reinsma (133 pounds) earned a 14-0 major decision over Ryan Swelland.

U-Mary would take the 141-pound match as Tanner Beaman defeated Ethan Hildebrandt in a 4-2 decision. Southwest Minnesota State fired back to win the next two weight classes with Demond Carters 10-5 decision over Landon DellaSilva at 149 pounds and Casey Field defeated Brandon DeLao in a 6-1 decision at 157 pounds. SMSU led U-Mary 13-3 heading into the 165-pound bout.

SMSU would keep the momentum rolling at 174 pounds with Zach Coates’ earning a technical fall over Kurt Wiedrich at 6:17. The Marauders won the next two bouts at 184 pounds and 197 pounds to come within six going into the heavyweight match at 18-12.

Junior Brian Rodas would seal the victory for SMSU picking up a win by fall over Austin Woo at 4:46 of the second period. The win marked Rodas’ fifth win by fall of the season extending his record to 8-1.

Southwest Minnesota State will conclude the NSIC season tomorrow night taking on Northern State at 7 p.m. in Aberdeen, S.D.

Southwest Minnesota State 24 Mary 12
125: Travis Borchert (SMSU) 3-2 dec Matt Garcia (M)
133: Justin Reinsma (SMSU) 14-0 maj dec Ryan Swelland (M)
141: Tanner Beaman (M) 4-2 dec Ethan Hildebrandt (SMSU)
149: Demond Carter (SMSU) 10-5 dec Landon DellaSilva (M)
157: Casey Field (SMSU) 6-1 dec Brandon DeLao (M)
165: Taylor Nagel (M) 6-3 dec Billy Fate (SMSU)
174: Zach Coates (SMSU) tech fall at 6:17 over Kurt Wiedrich (M).
184: Brady Anderson (M) 6-4 dec CD Johnson (SMSU)
197: Kriss McCleary (M) 6-3 dec Eric Berdahl (SMSU)
285: Brian Rodas (SMSU) fall 4:46 over Austin Woo (M)

MSU-Moorhead 25, Upper Iowa 17

MSUM Dragons Upset No. 10 Peacocks!

Forde, Dragons Upset No. 10 Peacocks On Senior Night

MOORHEAD, Minn.  – The Dragons dual season came to a close Thursday night when they took on the No. 10 ranked Upper Iowa Peacocks at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse. The Dragons honored seniors Evan FordeBrady SchneebergerTallen Wald and Jon Swart before the dual. The Dragons rallied late and upset the No. 10 Peacocks in the season finale 25-17.

The dual started out at 157 pounds with senior Tallen Wald taking on Winston Robbins. Wald scored a pair of takedowns in the first against Robbins who countered with one escape. Robbins added one more escape in the second period but Wald put the match out of reach with a reversal just 27 seconds from the final buzzer, winning 6-2.

Tyler Kivel kept things going for the Dragons, matching up against the Peacocks’ Bryce Lumzy. Lumzy scored a takedown just 10 seconds into the match but Kivel reversed Lumzy’s attack two minutes later to end the first tied 2-2. Lumzy scored an escaped but was called for a potentially dangerous hold, awarding a tying point to Kivel.

With the match deadlocked at three a piece, Kivel scored an escape to take a 4-3 lead with only 1:27 remaining. With only four seconds left, Kivel put away the match for good, earning a takedown to give him a 6-3 lead. The Peacocks went on a run from there, rattling off wins from 174 pounds up till heavyweight, but forfeited at 125 pounds to lead the Dragons 18-12.

Senior Evan Forde tangled with No. 4 Kyle Pedretti at 133 pounds with the Dragons needing a win to climb closer to the Peacocks. Forde and Pedretti each earned escapes and were dead-locked at 133 pounds with less than one minute remaining. Neither wrestler gained a decisive point and went into sudden victory overtime. In overtime, Forde gained a takedown 30 seconds into the first overtime to upset Pedretti to win 3-1.

With the Dragons in need of a win, they turned to another senior, Brady Schneeberger met up with with Steven Baker at 141 pounds. With Schneeberger leading 13-7, Baker was unable to continue, giving Schneeberger the medical forfeit win. The win pushed the Dragons ahead 21-17 with one match remaining.

With the dual on the line, the night came down to 149 pounds and the Dragons’ Tyler Steinwand and the Peacocks’ Colby Kriegel. Steinwand gave the Dragons a strong chance after the first period, gaining an escape and a pair of takedowns.

After Steinwand escaped in the second, he took down Kriegel with 32 seconds remaining to give himself an 8-3 lead after two. Steinwand put the match away with a pair of takedowns in the third to win by a 13-4 major decision. The Dragons upset the No. 10 Upper Iowa Peacocks by a final of 25-17. SeniorJon Swart left the heavyweight match and lost by a medical forfeit decision.

The Dragons finish 8-8 on the season and 3-4 in the NSIC. The Dragons home stand on the season finishes at 5-2.

MSU-Moorhead 25, Upper Iowa 17
125: Corey Ulmer (MSU)  Forfeit (UI)
133: Evan  Forde (MSU) DEC Kyle Pedretti (UI) 3 – 1
141: Brady Schneeberger (MSU) med forfeit Steven Baker (UI)
149: Tyler Steinwand (MSU) MD Colby Kriegel (UI) 13 – 4
157: Tallen Wald (MSU) DEC Winston Robbins (UI) 6 – 2
165: Tyler Kivel (MSU) DEC Bryce Lumzy (UI) 6 – 3
174: Mark Mueller (UI) DEC Trent Sovde (MSU) 10 – 4
184: Mitch Schultz (UI) TF5 Jacob Mclean (MSU) 15 – 0 (5:00)
197: Carl Broghammer (UI) MD Brian Woelfel (MSU) 9 – 0
285: Zach Rosol (UI) med forfeit Jon Swart (MSU)
Upper Iowa -1 pt unsportsman like at 133

UN-Omaha 22, Augustana 9

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – No. 1-ranked Nebraska-Omaha won seven of 10 matches en route to a 22-9 victory over No. 2 Augustana Wednesday night in front of a record crowd of 2,003 in Sioux Falls, S.D.

UNO improves to 12-1, while Augustana falls to 14-2. The dual marked the end of the regular season for both squads.

Augustana’s 14 dual wins this season ties a school record; the Vikings also collected 14 wins in 2004-05. Both of those campaigns were under Jason Reitmeier.

The Mavericks picked up wins in all matches except for 133, 165 and 197 pounds.

Jason Jeremiason, ranked No. 3 in Division II, immediately went to work at 133 pounds for the Vikings. He topped UNO’s Trent Cox 7-3.

The Mavericks, though, used Mario Morgan as a rebuttal at 141 pounds. No. 1-ranked Morgan snuck past No. 4-ranked Jay Sherer, but not before the defending national champion made it interesting. Sherer trailed by just two points with less than a minute to go, and Morgan was charged a point for stalling. Nothing materialized in the closing moments as Morgan went on to win 5-4.

No. 1-ranked Esai Dominguez pushed the Maverick advantage to 6-3 with his 3-2 win over Nate Herda, ranked No. 5, at 149 pounds.

In a No. 1/No. 3 tilt at 157 pounds, top-ranked George Ivanov edged out a 4-3 decision over Augustana’s Marcus Edgington.

Gavin Nelson cut back into the UNO lead in the ensuing bout; No.4-ranked Nelson logged a 6-3 victory at 165 pounds over Nathan Sigman.

No. 3-ranked Aaron Denson took a 12-3 major decision from the Vikings’ Tom Davies at 184 pounds.

In desperate need of points, the Vikings used an overtime victory by No. 2-ranked Ty Copsey at 174 pounds to trim the deficit to 16-9. Copsey’s takedown of No. 4 Matt Baker at the 37-second mark of the overtime period gave him the sudden victory.

The Mavericks effectively put the contest of out of reach in the heavyweight bout as Taylor Escamilla beat Augustana’s Lance Peters 5-0. The win extended the Maverick lead to 19-9.

UNO’s Josh Keszler closed the dual with a 4-2 overtime victory over Al Meger at 125 pounds.

The Vikings will host the NCAA Super Regional Three Tournament on Feb. 27.  To view the official tournament home page, follow this link:http://www.goaugie.com/sports/2011/1/19/WREST_0119111021.aspx?id=1898

UN-Omaha 22, Augustana 9
125: Josh Keszler (UNO) dec. Al Meger (Augie), 4-2 (SV1)
133: Jason Jeremiason (Augie) dec.Trent Cox (UNO), 7-3
141: Mario Morgan (UNO) dec. Jay Sherer (Augie), 5-4
149: Esai Dominguez (UNO) dec. Nate Herda (Augie), 3-2
157: George Ivanov (UNO) dec. Marcus Edgington (Augie), 4-3
165: Gavin Nelson (Augie) dec. Nathan Sigman (UNO), 6-3
174: Ryan Pankoke (UNO) dec. Carl Serck (Augie), 3-1
184: Aaron Denson (UNO) major dec. Tom Davies (Augie), 12-3
197: Ty Copsey (Augie) dec. Matt Baker (UNO), 3-1 (SV1)
285: Taylor Escamilla (UNO) dec. Lance Peters (Augie), 5-0

MSU-Moorhead 22 Dickinson State 13

Dragons Finish Off Bluehawks 22-13

MOORHEAD, Minn. – The No. 20 ranked Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons wrestling team finished their non-conference schedule with a dual against the No. 14 NAIA Dickinson State Bluehawks at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse on Monday. The Dragons’ strong start held its own as the Bluehawks ran out of time, falling to the Dragons by a final of 22-13.

No. 3 ranked 125-pounder Corey Ulmer started off the dual with a rematch against the Bluehawks’ Sergio Martinez. Ulmer got on the offense early with a takedown a minute into the dual. Ulmer escaped right away in the second and returned with a takedown midway through the second period.

Ulmer matched Martinez’ takedowns with a pair of escapes and finished with 2:48 of riding time for an 8-4 decision to give the Dragons a 3-0 lead. Redshirt Senior Evan Forde kept the momentum going strong for the Dragons, taking on Kevin Hansen at 133 pounds.

Forde gained a pair of takedowns along with a two-point near fall midway through the opening period. With time running out in the second, Forde took down Hansen once again to give himself an 8-1 lead. Forde put away Hansen for good in the third with a pair of takedowns. Forde’s last takedown proved to be crucial as he gained a pin fall with only 12 seconds remaining for a pin fall win, putting the Dragons up 9-0.

After the Bluehawks gained their first win on the night at 141 pounds between Adam Orton and Connor MacGregor who was wrestling in place of No. 3Brady Schneeberger, the Dragons’ lead was cut to 9-4.

Tyler Steinwand regained control of the dual for the Dragons at 149 pounds, facing off against Jordan Ewen. Steinwand opened up the match trading a trio of takedowns with Ewen’s escapes to give himself a 6-3 lead heading into the final period. In the third Steinwand gained two more points with an escape and a penalty point to secure an 8-3 decision, putting the Dragons lead up to eight at 12-4.

No. 7 ranked 157-pounder Tallen Wald opened up the Dragons lead further when he took on Brad Steele, the Bluehawks normal 149-pounder. Wald started the match with a takedown 37 seconds into the period, gaining a two-point near fall with 43 seconds remaining.

In the second period, Wald reversed Steele and gained a two-point near fall, giving him an 8-0 lead. In the third, Wald secured the major decision, taking down Steele for the last time en route to an 11-1 win.

Tyler Kivel kept things going for the Dragons, taking on Nick Zumwalt at 165 pounds. Kivel countered Zumwalt’s takedown with an escape in both the first and second periods. In the third, Kivel fell behind 3-2 after Zumwalt escaped to begin the period. With time running out on Kivel, the 165-pounder took down Zumwalt and nearly pinned him, gaining a near fall to win by a final of 6-3.

In the 197-pound match, Brian Woelfel met with George Hargrove with the Dragons up 19-10. Hargrove took down Woelfel to begin the match but Woelfel countered with a takedown in the first period, posting a second escape in the second to tie up Hargove 2-2 entering the third.

With the match coming to an end and Woelfel trailing 3-2 following a Hargrove escape, Hargove was penalized for fleeing, sending the match into sudden victory overtime with the dual on the line. In the second overtime period, both wrestlers gained escapes to be even up at 4-4. In the third overtime, Hargrove brought the Bluehawks with in range of the Dragons with a late takedown to bring cut the Dragons’ lead to 19-13.

With the Bluehawks needing a pin fall to tie the Dragons, senior heavyweight Jon Swart took on Cody Jamgaard. Jamgaard opened up the match with a takedown 52 seconds into the match while Swart escaped eight seconds later to cut Jamgaard’s lead in half 2-1.

After a scoreless second period, Swart chose the down position looking to even up the score. Swart escaped 15 seconds into the third with the score tied 2-2. Midway through the third, Swart jumped ahead with a pair of takedowns that secured the win by a final of 6-3. The decision gave the Dragons a 22-13 win to close out their non-conference schedule.

The Dragons move up to 7-8 while improving their home record to 4-2. The Dragons finish up with their conference schedule on Thursday night when they take on the Upper Iowa Peacocks at 7 p.m. inside Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse. The dual with be the Dragons’ senior night where they will honor senior’sEvan Forde (133 pounds), Brady Schneeberger (141 pounds), Tallen Wald (157 pounds) and Jon Swart (heavyweight).

February 14, 2011

MSU-Moorhead 22 Dickinson State 13
125: Corey Ulmer (MSU) DEC Sergio Martinez (DS) 8-4
133: Evan  Forde (MSU) FALL Kevin Hansen (DS)  6:68
141: Adam Orton (DS) MD Connor MacGregor (MSU) 13-3
149: Tyler Steinwand (MSU) DEC Jordan Ewen (DS) 8-3
157: Tallen Wald (MSU) MD Brad Steele (DS) 11-1
165: Tyler Kivel (MSU) DEC Nick Zumwalt (DS) 6-3
174: Brady Burgess (DS) DEC Trent Sovde (MSU) 5-2
184: Steven Urquizo (DS) DEC Jacob Mclean (MSU) 9-3
197: George Hargrove (DS) DEC Brian Woelfel (MSU) 6-4
285: Jon Swart (MSU) DEC Cody Jamgaard (DS) 6-3

North Dakota State 44 Dickinson State 3

Bison Roll Over Dickinson State, 44-3

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State won nine straight bouts, including five by fall, en route to a 44-3 win over Dickinson State in wrestling in front of 294 fans at the Bison Sports Arena on Sunday, Feb. 13. NDSU improves to 9-4 overall with the victory. The Bison have outscored their opponents 87-10 in their last two duals.

No. 19 Trent Sprenkle got the Bison off to a strong start at 125 pounds with a 20-4 technical fall over Sergio Martinez. Sprenkle tallied six takedowns and two three-point near falls in the win.

At 133, Justin Solberg tallied the first of five pins for the home side, earning a first period pin of Kevin Hanson in 2:17. Earning his first career start at home, Geoff Martin dominated Adam Orton at 141 pounds. In the first two periods, Martin notched six takedowns and two three-point near falls before pinning Orton 27 seconds into the third period.

Andrey Patselov returned to the mat for the Bison at 149 pounds after missing two months of the season with an injury. He earned three takedowns in a 7-4 decision win over Jordan Ewen to extend NDSU’s lead to 20-0.

The Bison claimed the next two bouts by fall. At 157 pounds, Vince Salminen picked up his 10th pin of the season, taking down Kyle Johnson in 3:24. Steven Monk followed up at 165 pounds with a pin of Nick Zumwalt in 4:32.

Tyler Wells competed against Dickinson’s Brady Burgess at 174 pounds. Wells tied the match at 1-1 with an escape with 59 seconds to go in the match before notching the match-winning takedown with only 12 seconds remaining to claim a 3-1 win.

At 184 pounds, Kenny Moenkedick used a strong third period with a takedown and two-point near fall to defeat Steven Urquizo, 6-5. Drew Ross notched his second straight first period pin at 197 pounds, sticking Kenneth Finlayson in only 1:22.

In the final bout of the day, Dickinson State’s George Hargrove defeated Will Johnson, 8-3.

The Bison will host Utah Valley Saturday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. in the regular season finale. The match will also be the final home dual for seniors Vince Salminen, Kenny Moenkedick, Geoff Martin and Andrey Patselov.

North Dakota State 44 Dickinson State 3
125: No. 19 Trent Sprenkle (NDSU) tech. fall Sergio Martinez, 20-4 (3:26)
133: Justin Solberg (NDSU) fall Kevin Hanson, 2:17
141: Geoff Martin (NDSU) fall Adam Orton, 5:27
149: Andrey Patselov (NDSU) dec. Jordan Ewen, 7-4
157: No. 18 Vince Salminen (NDSU) fall Kyle Johnson, 3:24
165: Steven Monk (NDSU) fall Nick Zumwalt, 4:32
174: Tyler Wells (NDSU) dec. Brady Burgess, 3-1
184: Kenny Moenkedick (NDSU) dec. Steven Urquizo, 6-5
197: Drew Ross (NDSU) fall Kenneth Finlayson, 1:22
285: George Hargrove (DSU) dec. Will Johnson, 8-3