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College Wrestling: No. 11 ISU beats Montana State-Northern and Providence by matching 49-0 scores

BELGRADE, Mont. – Iowa State senior Jarrett Degen recorded two falls on Sunday in his high school gym, as No. 11 Iowa State beat Montana State-Northern and Providence by matching 49-0 scores at the Belgrade Special Events Center.

The Cyclones (8-1, 1-0 Big 12) have won six-straight duals and won 48 of the last 50 matches in the last five duals. Iowa State won five matches by fall in each of the two duals, while combining for 13 bonus point victories on the day.

In the opening match, Caleb Fuessley won by fall in 6:16 at 125 pounds. At 133 pounds, Corey Cabanban held on for a 2-1 victory over Nick Kunz. Charlie Klepps won via forfeit at 141 pounds.

Degen held an 8-1 lead at 149 pounds before he pinned Colin Silverthorn in 2:35. Andrew Huddleston led Connor Harris 10-8 in the third period before he notched a fall in 6:28. Austin Kraisser used four takedowns to defeat Chase Short 10-4 at 165 pounds. Carter Schmidt earned an escape in tiebreaker-1 against NaKoda Siegel and then rode out Siegel for a 2-1 victory at 174 pounds.

Julien Broderson led 13-4 before he pinned Carl Hansen in 4:26. At 197 pounds, Yonger Bastida defeated Isaac Bartel by 13-5 major decision. Bartel, a Mason City, Iowa native, is a three-time NAIA All-American and two-time national finalist. Sam Schuyler closed the dual with a fall in :55 at heavyweight.

Fuessley started things off in the second dual with his second fall of the day, this time coming in 2:25 as he held a 10-2 lead. Cabanban followed at 133 pounds with a fall in 2:53 over Joel Avilla. At 141 pounds, Klepps defeated Caleb Birdwell 7-2, extending Iowa State’s lead to 15-0.

Degen was up 17-4 in the third period when he pinned Gavin Gies in 6:28 at 149 pounds. Huddleston had a pair of first period takedowns at 157 pounds, as he beat Dougie Swanson 8-1. Kraisser earned a forfeit at 165 pounds before Schmidt defeated KJ Swanson 9-4 at 174 pounds.

Broderson led Alan Badley 7-0 in the second period before recording a fall in 3:57 at 184 pounds. Bastida was up 7-2 in the second period at 197 pounds before pinning Liam Swanson in 3:43. Schuyler had eight takedowns at heavyweight en route to his 18-6 major decision against Kc Buday.

The Cyclones return to action on Sunday, Jan. 23 against North Dakota State. The match is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. at Hilton Coliseum and will be available on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.

No. 11 Iowa State 49 – Montana State-Northern 0
125 – Caleb Fuessley (ISU) fall Kaleb Frank, 6:16
133 – Corey Cabanban (ISU) decision Nick Kunz, 2-1
141 – Charlie Klepps (ISU) forfeit
149 – #23 Jarrett Degen (ISU) fall Colin Silverthorn, 2:35
157 – Andrew Huddleston (ISU) fall Connor Harris, 6:28
165 – Austin Kraisser (ISU) decision Chase Short, 10-4
174 – Carter Schmidt (ISU) decision NaKoda Siegel, 2-1 (TB-1)
184 – Julien Broderson (ISU) fall Carl Hansen, 4:26
197 – #13 Yonger Bastida (ISU) major decision Isaac Bartel, 13-5
285 – #29 Sam Schuyler (ISU) fall Ryan Moldenhauer, 0:55

No. 11 Iowa State 49 – Providence 0
125 – Caleb Fuessley (ISU) fall Philip Gerard, 2:25
133 – Corey Cabanban (ISU) fall Joel Avilla, 2:53
141 – Charlie Klepps (ISU) decision Caleb Birdwell, 7-2
149 – #23 Jarrett Degen (ISU) fall Gavin Gies, 6:28
157 – Andrew Huddleston (ISU) decision Dougie Swanson, 8-1
165 – Austin Kraisser (ISU) forfeit
174 – Carter Schmidt (ISU) decision KJ Swanson, 9-4
184 – Julien Broderson (ISU) fall Alan Badley, 3:57
197 – #13 Yonger Bastida (ISU) fall Liam Swanson, 3:43
285 – #29 Sam Schuyler (ISU) major decision Kc Buday, 18-6

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