Augustana 28 Upper Iowa 9

No. 2 Vikings thump No. 11 Upper Iowa, win NSIC title

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – No. 2 Augustana secured its first Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference wrestling title with a 29-8 victory over No. 11 Upper Iowa Friday night in Sioux Falls, S.D.

The win was Augustana’s eighth-straight dual victory and moves the Vikings to 14-1.  They finish the NSIC season a perfect 7-0.  UIU falls to 5-4.

It’s the first NSIC wrestling title for the Vikings and third overall conference title.  Augustana won the North Central Conference in 1981 and 2005–the latter also under head coach Jason Reitmeier.

Wrestling got underway at 197 pounds where Ty Copsey checked in with a 7-4 win over Carl Broghammer to give the Vikings a 3-0 lead.

Zach Rosol (285 pounds) then tied the score at 3-3 when he defeated Lance Peters.

The Peacocks left the 125 weight class open.

The Vikings went on to win the next six weight classes.

At 133 pounds, Jason Jeremiason had a 5-1 decision over #1 Kyle Pedretti.

A 4-2 victory for Jay Sherer gave Augustana a 15-3 lead.

Nate Herda (149 pounds) had the first major-decision of the evening with a 15-5 victory over Colby Kriegel.

Marcus Edgington‘s 4-2 win at 157 pounds put Augustana’s lead at 22-3.

Gavin Nelson collected an 8-2 win over Bryce Lumzy.

A 17-4 major-decison from Carl Serk (174 pounds) was the last win of the evening for Augustana and pushed Augustana ahead 29-3.

Matt Morris had a win by fall over Mark Mueller at 184 pounds gave UIU another five points.

Augustana hosts No. 1 Omaha-Nebraska on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Augustana 28, Upper Iowa 9
197: No. 2 Ty Copsey (Augie) dec. Carl Broghammer, 7-4 (Augustana leads 3-0)
285: #8 Zach Rosol (UIU) dec. Lance Peters (Augie), 6-4 (Tied 3-3)
125: Al Meger (Augie) Open (UIU), (Augustana leads 9-3)
133: Jason Jeremiason (Augie) dec. Kyle Pedretti (UIU) 5-1, (Augustana leads 12-3)
141: No. 4 Jay Sherer (Augie) dec. Blake Hilmer (UIU), 4-2 (Augustana leads 15-3)
149: No. 6 Nate Herda (Augie) maj. dec. Colby Kriegel (UIU) 15-5, (Augustana leads 19-3)
157: No. 3 Marcus Edgington (Augie) dec. Winston Robbins, 4-2 (Augustana leads 22-3)
165: No. 4 Gavin Nelson (Augie) dec. Bryce Lumzy (UIU), 8-2, (Augustana leads 25-3)
174: No. 7 Carl Serck (Augie) maj. dec. Wade Gobin (UIU), 17-6 (Augustana leads 29-3)
184: Mark Mueller (UIU) tech. fall Matt Morris (Augie), 29-3 (Augustana leads 29-8)

North Dakota State 43 South Dakota State 7

Bison best Jacks 43-7

BROOKINGS, S.D. – David Michaud and Kevin Kelly tallied wins for the South Dakota State wrestling team as the Jackrabbits fell to North Dakota State 43-7 in Western Wrestling Conference action Friday in Frost Arena.

Michaud wrestled through a scoreless first period before putting an escape point on the board against NDSU’s Tyler Wells. An escape by Wells and a takedown by Michaud upped the score 3-1. Michaud pulled out a three-point near fall before winning the match 7-1 with the extra riding-time point. The decision win puts the 174-pounder at 8-6 on the season with a 2-2 WWC record.

Kelly defeated fellow heavyweight Will Johnson by major decision, 18-4. A series of Kelly takedowns and Johnson escapes ended the first period with Kelly up 6-2. Kelly notched another takedown early in the second period and turned it into a three-point near fall. The third period started at 13-3 but Kelly soon put four more points on the board with two takedowns. The riding-time point gave Kelly the 18th point for a major decision victory. Kelly improves to 10-15 on the season and 2-3 in the WWC.

The Jacks, now 1-12-1 overall and 0-5 in the WWC, wrap up the regular season when they host Utah Valley Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. in Frost Arena.

North Dakota State 43 South Dakota State 7
133 – Justin Solberg (NDSU) wins by forfeit
141 – Geoff Martin (NDSU) fall Tyler Johnson, 6:49
149 – Mark Erickson (NDSU) maj. dec. Andrew Youngblom, 14-4
157 – No. 18 Vince Salminen maj. dec. Nick Flynn, 12-1
165 – Steven Monk fall John Nething II, 1:38
174 – David Michaud dec. Tyler Wells (NDSU), 7-1
184 – Kenny Moenkedick (NDSU) tech fall Joe Rasmussen, 4:49
197 – Drew Ross (NDSU) fall Cord Willers, 2:23
285 – Kevin Kelly maj. dec. Will Johnson (NDSU), 18-4
125 – No. 19 Trent Sprenkle wins by forfeit

MSU-Moorhead 30 Northern State 13

No. 20 Dragons Send Wolves Packing At John Sterner Endowment Dual

MOORHEAD, Minn. – The No. 20 Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons welcome in the Northern State Wolves (S.D.) for the annual John Sterner Endowment Dual. The Dragons worked over the Wolves early on for three pins en route to a 30-13 win.

After a forfeit win for the Dragons at 125 pounds in favor of Graelin Garlington, Senior Evan Forde opened up the dual with a big win over Ian Muirhead. Forde showed that he was in firm control early on with a takedown just 24 seconds into the match.

Forde led 8-6 after the opening period, racking up three more points in the second period with a near fall. In the final period Forde finally got his aggressive offense to pay off, pinning Ian Muirhead at 6:37 to put the Dragons up 12-0.

Tyler Steinwand looked to continue his recent run of success against Beau Voegeli at 149 pounds. Steinwand was forced to rally after Voegeli lead 4-2 after the first period. Steinwand chose down to start the second and reversed Voegeli, taking him down 30 seconds later.

After Voegeli tied the match with an escape, he failed to capitalize any further as Steinwand gained the winning point with 2:33 of riding time for a 7-6 win. The Dragons early success continued at 157 pounds with No. 7 ranked Tallen Wald taking on Ryan Dickonson.

Wald gained control early with a takedown just 15 seconds into the opening period, nearly pinning Dickinson 24 seconds later. Wald finally put away Dickinson with a pin fall at 1:24 of the match, the Dragons second pin fall of the night. The pin by Wald opened up the lead to 21-3.

Tyler Kivel opened up the second half against Neil Sell at 165 pounds. Kivel gained a takedown 24 seconds into the match while Sell responded with an escape. After Kivel kept Sell from scoring in the second, Kivel chose down to start the third, escaping Sell’s hold and taking him down simultaneously. Kivel kept on the pressure, gaining the third pin fall for the Dragons, which gave the Dragons a 27-3 lead.

The Wolves gained a win at 174 pounds with Chad Gibson gaining a win over Trent Sovde. With the match in Gibson’s favor, Sovde made a last second move for a tying takedown but was not awarded the points.

Freshman Kody Kalkbrenner regained the momentum for the Dragons at 184 pounds, taking on Jeb Clay. Kalkbrenner traded takedowns and reversals with Clay in the first period but Kalkbrenner’s escape gave him the one point lead after the first period.

Clay tied the match up in the second matching Kalkbrenner with an escape but gaining a takedown with 19 seconds remaining. Kalkbrenner racked up the points in the third, getting two takedowns and nearly pinning Clay as the match ended, capping his match with a three-point near fall to win by a final of 15-8.

After a Wolves’ win at 197 pounds between Northern State’s Brent Fosheim and Brian Woelfel, the dual reached the final match between the Dragons’ Jon Swart and the No. 2 ranked heavyweight in the nation, Matthew Meuleners.

Meuleners and Swart each exchanged escapes to begin the second and third periods, respectively. Both wrestlers battled for position in the first overtime period but neither gained any points. During the second set of overtime periods, both Meuleners and Swart each swapped escapes. Meuleners gained the decisive takedown to win the match by a final of 4-2.

The Dragons 30-13 win brings their record to 6-8 (2-4 NSIC). The Dragons continue their home stand with a dual against Dickinson State on Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. inside Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse.

MSU-Moorhead 30 Northern State 13
125 Graelin Garlington (MSM) For Forfeit (NS)
133 Evan Forde (MSM) FALL Ian Muirhead (NS) 6:37
141 Benton Crow (NS) DEC Brady Schneeberger (MSM) 4-1
149 Tyler Steinwand (MSM) DEC Beau Voegeli (NS) 7-6
157 Tallen Wald (MSM) FALL Ryan Dickinson (NS) 1:24
165 Tyler Kivel (MSM) FALL Neil Sell (NS) (6:16)
174 Chad Gibson (NS) DEC Trent Sovde (MSM) 3-1
184 Kody Kalkbrenner (MSM) DEC Jeb Clay (NS) 15-8
197 Brent Fosheim (NS) MD Brian Woelfel (MSM) 13-1
285 Matthew Meuleners (NS) DEC Jon Swart (MSM) 4-2

MSU-Mankato 31 Southwest Minnesota State 6

Mankato, Minn. – The No. 8 Minnesota State Mavericks completed the home portion of their schedule on Thursday night as they defeated the visiting Southwest Minnesota State Mustangs 31-6 on Senior Night at Bresnan Arena.

Senior Andy Forstner’s (No. 4, 125-lbs) final home match wasn’t a long one as he jumped out to an early 2-0 lead with a takedown at the :30 mark before pinning Travis Borchert four seconds later (:34) to earn his second win by fall of the season and give the Mavericks an early 6-0 lead.
Fellow senior Ben Becker (No. 6, 174-lbs) also made the most of his final home match earning a 12-2 major decision win over Zach Coates. Despite leading just 2-0 after the first period, Becker would record four takedowns in the matches final two periods and earn 3:35 of riding time en route to victory.
Junior Aaron Norgren (No. 6, 184-lbs) earned a win by sudden victory over CD Johnson giving him four consecutive wins. Norgren earned a two-point takedown with just eight seconds remaining in sudden victory for a 6-4 win.
Breaking his two-match losing streak was the No. 7 ranked junior Pat Mahan. Mahan would go on to earn two three-point near-falls and two two-point near-falls before defeating Martin Hagen by a 15-0 technical fall at the 5:28 mark.
Four other wrestlers would go on to earn wins for the Mavericks as sophomore Robby Fisher (141-lbs) won a 4-2 decision, sophomore Jesse Westphal(149-lbs) won a 2-1 decision, junior John Makabe (157-lbs) won an 8-5 decision, and freshman Brendan Eichmann (165-lbs) won a 19-9 major decision.
With the win the Mavericks improve to 9-4 overall and 5-1 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference action. The loss drops the Mustangs to 5-4-1 overall and 1-4 in the NSIC.
The Mavericks will close out their regular season next week as they travel to St. Cloud State to take on the No. 3 ranked Huskies. The dual is scheduled to start at 7:00 pm on Thursday, Feb. 17.

MSU-Mankato 31 Southwest Minnesota State 6
125: #4 Forstner (MSU) fall Borchert :34
133: Reinsma (SMS) dec Norgren 8-3
141: Fisher (MSU) dec Hildebrandt 4-2
149: Westphal (MSU) dec Carter 2-1
157: Makabe (MSU) dec Field 8-5
165: Eichmann (MSU) md Fate 19-9
174: #6 Becker (MSU) md Coates 12-2
184: #6 Norgren (MSU) dec Johnson 6-4 sv
197: #7 Mahan (MSU) tf Hagen 15-0 5:28
Hwt: Rodas (SMS) dec Haynes 9-5

MSU-Moorhead 30 Minot State 9

MINOT, N.D. – The No. 20 ranked Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons wrestling team took on their final road opponent of the 2010-11 season against future NSIC opponent Minot State (N.D.). The Beavers received a free pass at 125 pounds but gained little else as the Dragons stole the show, winning 30-9.

Redshirt junior Corey Ulmer was inactive against the Beavers, which gave the home team a 6-0 lead. The Dragons opened up their night at 133 pounds with redshirt senior Evan Forde who took on Robert Herrera. Herrera chose the bottom position to start the second and Forde nearly made him pay for it, gaining a three-point nearfall.

Forde denied Herrera any points in the third, choosing to go neutral and taking the two minutes of riding time to a 4-0 win. After a loss at 141 pounds toConnor MacGregor who was in the lineup for Brady SchneebergerTyler Steinwand continued his hot streak with a 15-5 major decision win over Jon Wilson at 149 pounds.

Steinwand worked Wilson over for points from the start, gaining a takedown then releasing Wilson three times in the first to lead 6-3. In the third, Steinwand racked up more points, escaping 32 seconds into the final period. Steinwand took down Wilson twice in the final minute, gaining a three-point nearfall to work his way up to the 10-point win.

Much like Steinwand, redshirt senior Tallen Wald gained majority of his points in the final period of the 157-pound match against Marcus Wilson. Wald led 4-0 after two periods as a result of a takedown and reversal in the first and second periods, respectively.

In the third, Wald reversed Wilson 19 seconds into the period, but Wilson escaped 11 seconds later. A little over half way through the period, Wald took down Wilson and nearly pinned him 18 seconds later. Riding time finished off Wilson for an 11-1 major decision win for Wald.

The most impressive win of the night belonged to Tyler Kivel at 165 pounds against Coby Carson. Carson gained a takedown half way into the opening period but would have no more success as Kivel escaped to trail 2-1. Kivel took down Carson and followed it up with a three-point nearfall to lead 6-2.

In the third period, Kivel chose the top position and nearly pinned Carson three separate times, twice for two points and a three-point nearfall. A total of 2:34 of riding time gave Kivel a 14-2 major decision win, the third in a row for the Dragons.

Trent Sovde got back on the winning track at 174 pounds against Cristian Molina. Sovde took Molina down 53 seconds into the match but Molina managed to escape 17 seconds later. Sovde gained another point in the second by escaping to lead 3-1 after the second. Sovde’s two takedowns sealed the win for Sovde by a final of 7-2.

Freshman Kody Kalkbrenner also had a bounce back win of his own at 184 pounds when he faced Luke Michaelson. Kalkbrenner and Michaelson battled in the first period as Kalkbrenner gained a mid-period takedown but Michaelson countered with an escape and a quick takedown of his own. Not to be out done, Kalkbrenner reversed Michaelson to end the period, up 4-3.

In the second, Kalkbrenner forged ahead with a takedown and a three-point nearfall to end the period on his way to a 9-5 win. With the nearly secured,Brian Woelfel showed how tough on top he could be against Wade Weppler. Woelfel gained a takedown, scoring two more points to open up a 4-0 lead.

In the period, Weppler chose the bottom position in an effort to gain points but Woelfel refused to yield, finishing with over four minutes of riding time for a 5-0 win.

In the final match, redshirt senior Jon Swart proved it was a matter of time for Sean Small at heavyweight. Swart took down Small 1:17 into the period, nearly pinning Small a minute later. As the period was closing to an end, Swart finished off Small with a pin at 2:46.

The Dragons won eight of the nine matches on the night, most of them in convincing fashion for the 30-9 win. The win brings the Dragons record to 5-8 on the season. The Dragons return home for the remainder of the regular season, starting with a conference dual against Northern State (S.D.) on Thursday at 7 p.m.

The dual is the annual John Sterner Endowment Dual, which benefits the Dragons wrestling program. The entire cost of admission goes toward the fund, which helps MSU-Moorhead wrestling scholarships.

Coach Sterner was the Dragons’ head coach from 1988 until 2003. During that time Coach Sterner had a coaching record of 137-92-1 and was inducted into the Minnesota Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in April of 2010.

MSU-Moorhead 30 Minot State 9
125: Kellan Zietz (Minot) For Forfeit (Moor)
133: Evan  Forde (Moor) DEC Herrera, Robert (Minot) 4-0
141: Deon Buhl (Minot) DEC Connor MacGregor (Moor) 11-7
149: Tyler Steinwand (Moor) MD Jon Wilson (Minot) 15-5
157: Tallen Wald (Moor) MD Marcus Wilson (Minot) 11-1
165: Tyler Kivel (Moor) MD Carson, Coby (Minot) 14-2
174: Trent Sovde (Moor) DEC Cristian Molina (Minot) 7-2
184: Kody Kalkbrenner (Moor) DEC Luke Michaelson (Minot) 9-5
197: Brian Woelfel (Moor) DEC Wade Weppler (Minot) 5-0
285: Jon Swart (Moor) FALL Sean Small (Minot) 2:46

Augsburg 17, UW-La Crosse 17

MINNEAPOLIS — With each team claiming wins in five bouts, Augsburg College and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse scored a 17-17 tie in a battle of two of the top teams in NCAA Division III wrestling on Sunday afternoon at Si Melby Hall.

Augsburg (7-5-1 overall) is ranked No. 3 in the latest Division III national poll, while Wisconsin-La Crosse (10-3-1) is ranked No. 2. The draw is the first in the all-time series between the teams, which Augsburg now leads 6-2-1.

The teams split the two battles of ranked wrestlers. At 149 pounds, Augsburg’s No. 3-ranked Tony Valek (JR, Belle Plaine, Minn./Scott West) took advantage of riding the Eagles’ No. 6-ranked Matt Mauseth (SR, Rochester, Minn./Mayo HS) for the entire second period, then claimed a reversal in the third period to score a 3-0 win. Valek collected 3:46 of riding time to score the win, improving to 25-4 on the season.

At 174, Wisconsin-La Crosse’s top-ranked Mike Schmitz (JR, Stewartville, Minn.) scored a reversal with 19 seconds left in the third period to score a 5-3 win over Augsburg’s No. 2-ranked Zach Molitor (SR, Cambridge, Minn./Cambridge-Isanti HS). Tied at 1-1 in the third period, Schmitz took a 3-1 lead with a takedown with 1:02 left, but Molitor scored a reversal with 49 seconds left to tie the match, before Schmitz was able to get his bout-deciding reversal.

Augsburg collected two major-decisions early in the dual, as No. 2-ranked Jared Massey (SR, Circle Pines, Minn./Centennial HS) improved to 7-1 with a 10-2 win at 197 pounds, and No. 5-ranked Josh Roberts (SO, Grand Forks, N.D./Central HS) collected two takedowns, a three-point near-fall and 3:23 of riding time to score a 9-0 win at 125.

But the Eagles also collected major decisions in back-to-back matches, as No. 5-ranked Adam Sheley (SO, Geneseo, Ill.) scored a 12-3 win over Augsburg’s Boyd Suparat (SO, North Branch, Minn.) at 133, and top-ranked Bebeto Yewah (JR, Lansing, Mich./Sexton HS) claimed a 20-7 win over Will Keeter (FY, Twin Falls, Idaho) at 141.

Augsburg’s Orlando Ponce (JR, Hialeah, Fla./Hialeah-Miami Lakes HS), ranked No. 5 at 165 pounds, moved down to 157 and scored an 11-4 victory, using four takedowns and 2:02 of riding time to score the win.

In the final bout of the day, Augsburg’s Brad Baus (JR, Mukwonago, Wis.), ranked No. 6 at 184, scored a 5-0 victory over Wisconsin-La Crosse’s Tony Piechowski (FY, Maplewood, Minn./North St. Paul HS).

Wisconsin-La Crosse’s other wins came from heavyweight Billy Mayer (SO, Eden, Wis./Campbellsport, Wis.), who scored a 10-4 decision over Pat Fletcher (JR, Shelton, Neb.); and JR Lewis (SO, Greenfield, Wis.), who edged Jon Priess (SO, Waconia, Minn.) 2-1 at 165 on a technical-violation point with 34 seconds left in the third period.

Augsburg returns to action next Saturday (2/12) at 9 a.m., competing at the Wisconsin-Eau Claire Invitational. Wisconsin-La Crosse also has its next competition against Wisconsin-Eau Claire, with a dual meet on Thursday (2/10) in La Crosse.


No. 3 Augsburg (Minn., 7-5-1) 17, No. 2 Wisconsin-La Crosse (10-3-1) 17
Sunday, February 6, 2011 – Si Melby Hall, Minneapolis, Minn.
Action begins at 197 pounds.
Time of match: 1:55.
Attendance: 263.
Official: Bryan Kelvington.

#3 Augsburg 17, #2 UW-La Crosse 17
197 — No. 2 Jared Massey (AUG, 8-1) maj. dec. Vinnie Pedretti (UWL, 9-6) 10-2 (Augsburg 4-0)
Hwt — 
No. 9 Billy Mayer (UWL, 15-7) dec. Pat Fletcher (AUG, 14-5) 10-4 (Augsburg 4-3)
125 —
 No. 5 Josh Roberts (AUG, 17-6) maj. dec. Matt Cole (UWL, 7-13) 9-0 (Augsburg 8-3)
133 —
 No. 5 Adam Sheley (UWL, 21-4) maj. dec. Boyd Suparat (AUG, 17-11) 12-3 (Augsburg 8-7)
141 —
 No. 1 Bebeto Yewah (UWL, 21-1) maj. dec. Will Keeter (AUG, 19-15) 20-7 (UW-La Crosse 11-8)
149 —
 No. 3 Tony Valek (AUG, 25-4) dec. No. 6 Matt Mauseth (UWL, 18-9) 3-0 (TIED 11-11)
157 —
 No. 5 (165) Orlando Ponce (AUG, 21-5) dec. Brady Schrupp (UWL, 9-3) 11-4 (Augsburg 14-11)
165 —
 JR Lewis (UWL, 14-9) dec. Jon Priess (AUG, 12-18) 2-1 (TIED 14-14)
174 —
 No. 1 Mike Schmitz (UWL, 18-5) dec. No. 2 Zach Molitor (AUG, 20-3) 5-3 (UW-La Crosse 17-14)
184 —
 No. 6 Brad Baus (AUG, 23-7) dec. Tony Piechowski (UWL, 9-14) 5-0 (TIED 17-17)

North Country Open

Minnesota 31 Ohio State 9

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The No. 4 Minnesota wrestling team remained unbeaten in Big Ten action on Saturday night, taking down Ohio State 31-9 in Columbus. The Gophers recorded wins in eight of ten matches including a string of six-straight wins – four of which featured bonus points.

No. 8 Kevin Steinhaus, a redshirt freshman, opened the dual with a close 4-2 decision over Cody Magrum at 185 lbs before Ohio State’s Peter Capone would put the Buckeyes up 6-3 with a fall over redshirt senior Joe Nord at 2:30 in the 197 lbs. match. But the lead would be short lived as heavyweight Tony Nelson, a redshirt freshman ranked No. 8 in the country, added a pin of his own at 1:19 over Zach Stolarsky.

Nelson’s pin would be the first of six-straight wins for Minnesota (14-3 overall, 5-0 Big Ten). No. 5 Zach Sanders, a redshirt junior, would add his 10th major decision of the season when he scored an 18-4 win over Bo Touris before the Thorn brothers would each add bonus points to Minnesota’s team total. At 133, redshirt freshman David Thorn came out ahead in a shootout with Jacob Vaughan, picking up the 19-11 major decision only for his older brother Mike Thorn, a redshirt senior ranked No. 2 by Intermat, to add a 17-0 technical fall over Randall Languis at 141 lbs. With a 31-1 overall record (17-0 in duals, Mike Thorn has scored bonus points in over 65 percent of his matches this season (11 pins, seven major decisions, three technical falls).

At 149 lbs., redshirt freshman Danny Zilverberg added his second win in a row when he scored a 7-1 decision over Mike Fee before Matt Mincey, making just his second dual appearance of the year, would add a 11-8 decision over Sean Nemec at 157 lbs. for his second dual win of the year. Mincey previously earned a 15-0 technical fall win in the 149 lbs. match against Purdue on Jan. 21.

The Buckeyes would break the streak at 165 lbs. when No. 7 Colt Sponseller earned a 5-2 win over. No. 11 Cody Yohn in a back-and-forth battle that saw both wrestlers nearly score a fall. Sponseller controlled most of the first two periods including scoring a first period takedown, but Yohn, a redshirt sophomore, scored a reversal in the final moment of the second period although time would expire before Minnesota could score back points. The Buckeyes’ 165-pounder would add a second take down at the halfway point of the third period and gain a bonus point from riding time to pick up the 5-2 win. But Minnesota would get the last word in when No. 13 Scott Glasser scored a come-from-behind win over No. 15 Nick Heflin with a late takedown to pick up the 4-2 decision victory.

Minnesota returns to action next weekend, taking on Michigan on the road next Friday before hosting nationally ranked Penn State at home on Sunday afternoon.

No. 4 Minnesota vs. Ohio State
Saturday, February 5, 2011

at Columbus, Ohio

Minnesota 31 Ohio State 9
184: No. 8 Kevin Steinhaus (MINN) dec, Cody Magrum (OSU) 4-2
197: Peter Capone (OSU) fall Joe Nord (MINN) 2:30
285: No. 8 Tony Nelson (MINN) fall Zach Stolarsky (OSU) 1:19
125: No. 5 Zach Sanders (MINN) maj. Bo Touris (OSU) 18-4
133: David Thorn (MINN) maj. Jacob Vaughan (OSU) 19-11
141: No. 2 Mike Thorn (MINN) tech. Randall Languis (OSU) 17-0
149: Danny Zilverberg (MINN) dec. Mike Fee (OSU) 7-1
157: Matt Mincey (MINN) dec. Sean Nemec (OSU) 11-8
165: No. 7 Colt Sponseller (OSU) dec. No. 11 Cody Yohn (MINN) 5-2
174: No. 13 Scott Glasser (MINN) dec. No. 15 Nick Heflin (OSU) 4-2