NSU Wrestlers Begin the Season by Splitting Duals in OK

EDMOND, OK (NSUWolves.com) –

(#17) NSU 47-3

Carl Albert State College

HOW IT HAPPENED vs. CARL ALBERT STATE

  • The Wolves won ten of the 12 wrestled matches versus the Carl Albert Vikings with seven bonus point wins
  • Brenden Salfrank kicked off the dual with a victory by fall at 3:43 over James Peach; he led 5-0 prior to the pin
  • After a loss at 133 pound, Robert Coyle III bounced back with his own victory by fall at 2:37, downing RT Noel in the first period after holding an 8-1 lead
  • No. 11 Wyatt Turnquist added a pin of his own at 2:19 in the first period over Kayson Kenney
  • Devin Bahr suited up for his first match with the Wolves, defeating Alec Capehart by fall at 1:11
  • With the first technical fall of the evening, Kelby Hawkins took the 165 pound match over Caden Warren with a score of 18-2 in the third period
  • Tyson Lien added three points for Northern with a 2-1 decision over Cayden Felts
  • No. 6 Treyton Cacek tallied the Wolves third first period pin of the match, defeating Josiah Rhodes at 2:31
  • No. 3 Cole Huss held a 7-1 lead in the 197 pound bout, ultimately recorded an injury win over Hunter Hall
  • George Bolling closed out the scoring matches for the Wolves with a 9-4 victory over Emmett Bivens
  • In the 174 pound extra match, Tyler Voorhees notched an 18-0 technical fall at 4:15 in the second with a takedown, 14 nearfall points, and a reversal

 

(#17) NSU

(#4) Central OK 30-3

HOW IT HAPPENED vs. #4 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

  • Northern trailed 10-0 through the first three bouts
  • No. 11 Turnquist matched up against the No. 3 wrestler in the country at 149 pounds in Brik Filippo; the pair battled with Turnquist bringing home a 6-4 decision win
  • The Wolves were unable to seal another victory, battling to five decision losses and one technical fall
  • Both Izaak Hunsley and Marshall VanTassel added wins in the 157 and 197 pound extra matches
  • Hunsley defeated Brady DeArmond by injury default after leading 2-0 and VanTassel tallied a 9-3 decision victory over Kohl Owen