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Buckeyes take down No. 2 Iowa wrestling

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The University of Iowa wrestling team dropped a 21-9 decision to No. 7 Ohio State Friday at St. John Arena.

The Buckeyes won 7-of-10 matches, including five in a row, to end a 34 match losing streak to the No. 2 Hawkeyes.

“We’ll take our medicine,” said Iowa coach Tom Brands. “Seven (losses) and three (wins) hasn’t happened in a long time and it’s a low point. They wrestled perfect and we let them wrestle perfect. We let them dictate everything. That would be a perfect summation of what happened.”

The Hawkeyes (9-2, 4-1) return to the mat Sunday at 1 p.m.against No. 3 Penn State in University Park, Pa.

125 – Matt McDonough (I) dec. Johnni Dijulius, 5-2; 133 – Logan Stieber (O) dec. Tony Ramos, 7-0; 141 – Hunter Stieber (O) dec. Montell Marion, 4-2; 149 – Cam Tessari (O) dec. Mike Kelly, 9-4; 157 – Josh Demas (O) dec. Derek St. John, 7-3; 165 – Derek Garcia (O) dec. Mike Evans, 6-5; 174 – Ethen Lofthouse (I) dec. Joe Grandominico, 7-1; 184 – Nick Heflin (O) dec. Vinnie Wagner, 7-4; 197 – Andrew Campolattano (O) dec. Grant Gambrall, 8-6; 285 – Blake Rasing (I) dec. Peter Capone, 6-2.SClBOklahoma 19, Iowa State 15


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