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College Wrestling: Cyclones take down Wyoming, 37-7

AMES – No. 4 Iowa State (8-2, 2-0 Big 12) won eight matches in a 37-7 win over Wyoming (0-4, 0-4 Big 12) in Big 12 wrestling dual action Saturday afternoon in Hilton Coliseum.

AMES – No. 4 Iowa State (8-2, 2-0 Big 12) won eight matches in a 37-7 win over Wyoming (0-4, 0-4 Big 12) in Big 12 wrestling dual action Saturday afternoon in Hilton Coliseum.

The Cyclones registered bonus points in six of eight matches, including three pins and a technical fall. David Carr (165), Julien Broderson (174) and Ramazan Attasauov (133) all recorded falls for the Cyclones.

ISU had 35 takedowns to Wyoming’s four en route to its 13th-straight Big 12 dual victory.

Carr remained undefeated (11-0) on the season with a pin against Cole Moody at 165 pounds. Carr had a comfortable lead with five takedowns through the first two periods. Carr was on top to begin the third period. He let Moody go and then immediately caught him in a cradle to secure the pin at the 5:15 mark.

At 174 pounds, Broderson wasted little time in back-to-back falls for the Cyclones. Broderson countered a shot from Hayden Hastings and took him straight to his back for a quick 22-second pin.

Marcus Coleman dominated Quayin Short at 184 pounds, registering a 17-0 technical fall at the 4:45 mark. Coleman posted a trio of four-point nearfalls to raise his season record to 9-1.

Yonger Bastida tacked on more bonus points for the Cyclones with an 18-7 win over Guillermo Escobedo in the 197-pound match. Bastida had eight takedowns to improve to 9-1 on the year.

Sam Schuyler returned from an injury to major decision Terren Swartz, 19-8, at 285 to up his season record to 8-1.

Another Cyclone quick pin occurred at 133 pounds, as Attasauov ended the match at 1:13 with a fall against Darrick Stacey. Attasauov got an early takedown and immediately put Stacey on his back where he worked for several seconds to record the fall.

Casey Swiderski was victorious in his first match in a month, defeating Darren Green, 7-2 at 141 pounds and Paniro Johnson closed out the dual with a win an 8-3 win vs. Chase Zollman in the 149-pound bout.

Iowa State is back in action tomorrow (Jan. 8) to face No. 3 Arizona State at 1 p.m. CT.

Iowa State 37, Wyoming 7
157: Jacob Wright (WYO) dec. Jason Kraisser (ISU), 6-4
165: David Carr (ISU) pinned Cole Moody (WYO), 5:15
174: Julien Broderson (ISU) pinned Hayden Hastings (WYO), :22
184: Marcus Coleman (ISU) tech. fall Quayin Short (WYO), 17-0 (4:45)
197: Yonger Bastida (ISU) maj. dec. Guillermo Escobedo (WYO), 18-7
285: Sam Schuyler (ISU) maj. dec. Terren Swartz (WYO), 19-8
125: Garrett Ricks (WYO) maj. dec. Conor Knopick (ISU), 12-4
133: Ramazan Attasauov (ISU) pinned Darrick Stacey (WYO), 1:13
141: Casey Swiderski (ISU) dec. Darren Green (WYO), 7-2
149: Paniro Johnson (ISU) dec. Chase Zollmann (WYO), 8-3

Attendance: 3,213
Officials: Josh Briscoe, Jacob Frias

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