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Iowa wrestlers roll #4 Ohio State 22-9

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The Iowa wrestling team passed their biggest test of the season defeating 4th ranked Ohio State 22-9 in Carver Hawkeye Arena.  The #5 Hawks took 7 of the 10 matches from the Buckeyes.

Iowa's biggest win to swing the match came with an upset at 174.  Seventh ranked Mike Evans got a late stalling point to force overtime against #2 Nick Heflin.  Early in the extra period Evans took Heflin down on his back, picking up back points, while finishing with a 9-4 win.

#5 IOWA 22, #4 OHIO STATE 9
125 – #1 Matt McDonough (IA) dec. #12 Nikko Triggas (OSU), 10-5; 3-0
133 – #2 Tony Ramos (IA) tech. fall Kyle Visconti (OSU), 30-14; 7-0
141 – #2 Hunter Stieber (OSU) dec. #8 Mark Ballweg (IA), 6-4; 7-3
149 –#14 Cam Tessari (OSU) dec. #19 Michael Kelly (IA), 8-7; 7-6
157 – #1 Derek St. John (IA) dec. Josh Demas (OSU), 4-2; 10-6
165 – #19 Nick Moore (IA) dec. Mark Martin (OSU), 4-2; 13-6
174 – #7 Mike Evans (IA) dec. #2 Nick Heflin (OSU), 9-4 (SV1); 16-6
184 – #9 Ethen Lofthouse (IA) dec. #16 Kenny Courts (OSU), 5-3; 19-6
197 – Nathan Burak (IA) dec. #9 Andrew Campolattano (OSU), 3-2; 22-6
285 – #13 Peter Capone (OSU) dec. #4 Bobby Telford (IA), 3-2 (TB1); 22-9
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