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Breaking news out of Ames as three-time Indiana and Kentucky state champion, Nathan Boston has decided to transfer to Campbell University. Boston posted a 7-2 record in his redshirt campaign at Iowa State University. Last season, Boston went in and out of the lineup at 125 and 141 pounds with a 4-8 season record. This season Boston placed sixth at the Harold Nichols Open and wrestled varsity against North Dakota State and South Dakota State in November at 133 pounds.

“Im excited for Nathan. I think Campbell will be a great place for him. We wish him the best.” Kevin Jackson stated on the transfer.

Nathan said he will likely pursue a waiver to compete second semester for the Camels. If he is not granted the waiver, he will compete in the fall and have two years of eligibility left. He joins a staff led by Cary Kolat and also Garrett Kiley, who served as Iowa State’s director of operations in wrestling until landing his job at Campbell this season.

Boston announced his decision via Twitter:

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  1. […] In addition to the regular starters two key true freshmen will also make the trip to the Midlands next week, with Michigan natives Ian Parker and Kanen Storr heading to the tournament at 133 and 141 respectively. Storr’s impact for next year is obvious, with both Meeks and Moreno seniors, Strorr is the next man up on the depth chart. The same is true for Parker at the moment who moved up at least one spot with the news that sophomore Nathan Boston will be transferring at Campbell. […]

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