The Jackrabbits of South Dakota State picked up only their sixth win against UNI in the two teams history. SDSU won six matches, two by pinfall, on their way to a 25 to 13 win over Northern Iowa.
Taylor Lujan earned his 100th win for the Panthers in his senior season. He won 10-3 over #17 Zach Carlson in a match that wasn’t as close as the score suggests.
Michael Blockus got the first win for the Panthers, pulling out a 7-5 win against Clay Carlson 4-2 going to the third period but scored a pair of takedowns and rode Carlson out to erase riding time.
Bryce Steiert did what Bryce Steiert does, taking solid shots and piling up riding time. The senior racked up 4:28 of riding time on his way to a 12-1 win over Cade King.
Carter Isley closed things out with a win in sudden victory. After a couple of shots went nowhere for both men, Isley drove through with a single leg and doubled it off for a 3-1 win eight seconds in to the extra period.
UNI will next be in action on Sunday at 2 PM, when they take on the Missouri Tigers.
South Dakota State 25, #18 UNI, 13
125: Danny Vega won by decision, 10-6 over Jay Schwarm
133: Zach Price won by decision, 11-4, over Kyle Biscoglia
141: Michael Blockhus won by decision, 7-5, over Clay Carlson
149: Henry Pohlmeyer won by major decision, 9-1, #7 Max Thomsen
157: Colten Carlson won by decision, 4-0, over Derek Holschlag
165: Tanner Cook won by fall in 6:07 over Austin Yant
174: #5 Bryce Steiert won by major decision, 12-1, over Cade King
184: #4 Taylor Lujan won by decision, 10-3, over #17 Zach Carlson
197: #17 Tanner Sloan won by fall in 1:42 over Noah Glaser
285: #14 Carter Isley won by decision, 3-1 in sudden victory over Blake Wolters
Official: Matt Zeitz
2 thoughts on “Jackrabbits Take Down Panthers, Lujan Earns 100th Win”
[…] for UNI and whether or not they can keep the energy up after their big win at home last weekend.Since they dropped the dual against South Dakota State, UNI’s been able to bounce back with four convincing wins and is right in the race for the […]
I opted not to go to last night’ dual, as I thought that SDSU would win, at best, two matches, so it didn’t seem to be worth too much effort to go.
Needless to say, that’s a bad loss. WOW!
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