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Panther wrestlers top Central Michigan

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UNI opened the night with 4 straight wins and never looked back defeating Central Michigan 25-14 in the West Gym on Saturday night.

The Panthers got a boost with a pair of pins from Joey Lazor and Cooper Moore.  At 141, Lazor, ranked 15th, upset #11 Tyler Keserling putting him on his back late in the 3rd period.  Moore, meanwhile, took out Nick Becker in the 2nd.

UNI won 6 of 10 matches to remain perfect in dual meets this season.

RESULTS:
UNI 25, CMU 14
125 #7 Dylan Peters (UNI) dec. #13 Corey Keener (CMU), 9-6
133 #2 Joe Colon (UNI) dec. #15 Joe Roth (CMU), 7-2
141 #15 Joey Lazor pins (UNI) #11 Tyler Keserling, 5:10
149 Tyler Patten (UNI) dec. Scotting Mattingly (CMU), 9-4
157 Lucas Smith (CMU) dec. Zach Witte (UNI), 4-0
165 #11 Cooper Moore (UNI) pins Nick Becker (CMU), 4:18
174 #11 Mike Ottringer (CMU) maj. dec. #16 Cody Caldwell (UNI), 11-3
184 Craig Kelliher (CMU) maj. dec. Kyle Lux (UNI), 12-2
197 Jackson Lewis (CMU) dec. Basil Minto (UNI), 5-4
285 Blaize Cabell (UNI) maj. dec. Adam Robinson (CMU), 16-6
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