Iowa State defeats NDSU and SDSU on the road


FARGO, N.D. – No. 12 Iowa State (8-2, 3-1 Big 12) picked up a pair of Big 12 wins on Sunday, taking out North Dakota State (32-6) and South Dakota State (19-12). The Cyclones won 15 out of the 20 individual dual matches on the day with five bonus-point victories.

NDSU Recap
Iowa State opened up the day with a commanding 32-6 victory over NDSU. The Cyclones won nine out of the 10 bouts with four bonus-point victories.

Making his return to the Iowa State lineup, Jarrett Degen won by 12-3 major decision over Jaden Van Maanen. Degen used a seven-point third period to score bonus-points over his Bison opponent.

Marcus Coleman also made his dual debut on Sunday. He won by 19-4 technical fall over Owen Pentz in 4:22. The Ames, Iowa, native used three takedowns, a reversal and a series of nearfalls to top Pentz.

David Carr and Julien Broderson scored a pair of major decision wins for the Cardinal and Gold at 157 pounds and 174 pounds, respectively. Carr took out Jared Franek by 17-5 major decision, while Broderson bested Riley Habisch by 8-0 major decision.

Kysen Terukina, Zach Redding, Ian Parker, Joel Shapiro and Gannon Gremmel all secured wins by decision to help push the Cyclones past the Bison.

SDSU Recap
In the second dual of the day, Iowa State took out South Dakota State by a final score of 19-12. After a slow start, ISU went on to win six of the final eight matches over the Jackrabbits.

Sam Colbray saw his first action of the year in the dual. He defeated Jacob Schoon by 6-2 decision behind two takedowns, an escape and a point for riding time.

Carr picked up his second bonus-point win of the day, defeating Cade DeVos by 10-2 major decision. Carr took DeVos down four times in the match and racked up over three minutes of riding time.

In the dual finale, Gannon Gremmel gritted out a 5-2 victory over Blake Wolters in TB2 to remain perfect on the year. After seven minutes of action, the score was tied 1-1. After 11 minutes of action, Gremmel outlasted Wolters, riding him out in TB2 and scoring on an escape and a takedown to ice the match away.

Parker, Degen and Isaac Judge each won their matches by decision, aiding in Iowa State’s win over South Dakota State.

Next Up
Iowa State returns home next Sunday, Feb. 14 to host a quadrangular dual with Arizona State, Northern Colorado and UNI. The Cyclones will face UNC at 11 a.m., ASU at 1:30 p.m. and UNI at 4 p.m. Those duals will be streamed on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.

NDSU Match-by-Match
125: Kysen Terukina (ISU) dec. McGwire Midkiff (NDSU), 4-2.
133: Zach Redding (ISU) dec. Kellyn March (NDSU), 8-2.
141: Ian Parker (ISU) dec. Dylan Droegemueller, 8-2.
149: Jarrett Degen (ISU) maj. dec. Jaden Van Maanen (NDSU), 12-3.
157: David Carr (ISU) maj. dec. Jared Frenek (NDSU), 16-5.
165: Luke Weber (NDSU) pinned Isaac Judge (ISU), 6:24.
174: Julien Broderson (ISU) maj. dec. Riley Habisch (NDSU), 8-0.
184: Joel Shapiro (ISU) dec. Michael Nelson (NDSU), 4-1.
197: Marcus Coleman (ISU) tech fall Owen Pentz (NDSU), 19-4 (4:22).
285: Gannon Gremmel (ISU) dec. Brandon Metz (NDSU), 2-0.

SDSU Match-by-Match
125: Danny Vega (SDSU) dec. Aden Reeves (ISU), 14-8.
133: Zach Price (SDSU) dec. Zach Redding (ISU), 4-2.
141: Ian Parker (ISU) dec. Clay Carlson (SDSU), 5-2.
149: Jarrett Degen (ISU) dec. Hunter Marko (SDSU), 8-3.
157: David Carr (ISU) maj. dec. Cade DeVos (SDSU), 10-2.
165: Isaac Judge (ISU) dec. Colten Carlson (SDSU), 11-5.
174: Cade King (SDSU) dec. Julien Broderson, 6-3.
184: Sam Colbray (ISU) dec. Jacob Schoon (SDSU), 6-2.
197: Tanner Sloan (SDSU) dec. Marcus Coleman, 7-3.
285: Gannon Gremmel (ISU) dec. Blake Wolters (SDSU), 5-2 (TB2).

Extra Matches
133: Ramazan Attasauov (ISU) dec. Ryan Henningson (NDSU), 11-7.
133: Trayton Anderson (SDSU) dec. Ramazan Attasauov (ISU), 4-3.
149: Cam Robinson (ISU) maj. dec. Marc Shaeffer (NDSU), 13-3.
149: Daniel Kimball (SDSU) dec. Ben Monroe, 4-3.
174: Grant Stotts (ISU) dec. Jesse Shearer (NDSU), 6-5.
184: Tate Battani (ISU) dec. TJ Pottinger (NDSU), 5-3.

Attendance: 566

Jacqueline Cordova


Jacqueline graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. She has been fortunate enough to have interned for Cyclone Fanatic for 2 and a half years before being promoted to stay on. She currently wears a lot of hats at Cyclone Fanatic: Social Media Director, Iowa State Wrestling beat reporter, and staff photographer. Jacqueline loves reading and watching trash reality TV shows when she's not watching sports. One of her favorite accomplishments is having interned for the Minnesota Vikings and during Super Bowl LII.