No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers hosted the No. 2 Iowa Hawkeyes in the Twins-Cities at Williams Arena. The dual-meet started at the 165-pound weight class. The dual was aired live on the Big Ten Network, the coverage started at 6 p.m. CT. The second largest crowd to attended the Iowa vs. Minnesota dual-meet. Williams Arena packed of 13,603 fans, the announced attendance Friday night.
Iowa increases their all-time lead to 71-28-1 against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
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Results: Iowa 23- Minnesota 12
165- No.7 Moore (Iowa) def. Kingsley (Minn.) by Fall at 4:28.
174- No.2 Evans (Iowa) def. No. 4 Storley (Minn.) by decision 3-1 in Overtime.
184- No. 8 Sammy Brooks (Iowa) def. No. 11 Brett Pfarr (Minn.) by decision 13-7.
197- No.6 Scott Schiller (Minn.) def No. 3 Nathan Burak (Iowa) by decision 3-1.
HWT- No. 2 Bobby Telford (Iowa) def. No. 13 Michael Kroells (Minn.) by decision 6-4.
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125- No. 5 Thomas Gilman (Iowa) def. Ethan Lizak (Minn.) via Tech-Fall, 23-7.
133- No. 1 Chris Dardanes (Minn.) def. No. 5 Cory Clark (Iowa) by decision 5-3.
141- No. 4 Nick Dardanes (Minn.) def. No. 5 Josh Dziewa (Iowa) by decision 7-3.
149- No. 2 Brandon Sorensen (Iowa) def. Jake Short (Minn.) by decision 4-0.
157- No. 1 Dylan Ness (Minn.) def. No. 15 Michael Kelly (Iowa) by decision 11-9.
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