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CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (2.10.2017) – Holschlag knocked off the 18th-ranked wrestler in the USA. UNI stayed perfect in the MAC Friday night with wins at six weights to beat Buffalo, 22-16.
UNI improves to 10-3, 7-0 in the MAC while Buffalo falls to 9-6, 3-4 in the MAC.
It was the second week in a row unranked Jacob e nation at 197 pounds. Holschlag beat No. 18 James Benjamin in a 4-2 decision. Last week, he beat then-ranked No. 18 Brad Johnson of Oklahoma.
At 125 pounds, Dylan Peters returned to the mat for the first time since Jan. 8. He notched five takedowns to win by 19-3 tech fall in 4 minutes, 54 seconds.
Josh Alber’s eight-match win streak came to end when he was edged out by No. 15 Bryan Lantry in his first MAC dual loss at 133 pounds.
At 149 pounds. No. 9 Max Thomsen drove up riding time to 3:34 to start the third period. He added another 34 seconds in the third to go on to win 6-0 with 4:08 in riding time.
UNI lost the 157-pound match before going on a streak to win the remaining four contested matchups before forfeiting at heavyweight.
Taylor Lujan had 10 takedowns for his fourth tech fall of the season. He improved to 23-4 over with 13 of those wins with bonus points.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (2.10.2017) – The University of Northern Iowa women’s basketball team came away with a 70-50 win against the Bradley Braves on Friday night, improving to 17-6 overall and 10-2 in Missouri Valley Conference play.
Madison Weekly and Ellie Herzberg put in 15 points each, with Weekly adding a game-high five dimes. The Panther defense was strong against the Braves, holding their three leading scores to well below their averages, also forcing 17 turnovers.
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(2.10.2017) Early and regular scoring allowed the Waterloo Black Hawks to stay out in front of the Lincoln Stars throughout Friday’s 5-3 victory at the Ice Box.
A turnover 2:13 into the game provided the Black Hawks’ the chance to take a 1-0 lead. Jackson Cates swiped a pass at the inside edge of the right wing circle and blasted a shot into the net at the short side. Waterloo made it 2-0 four-and-a-half minutes later. Grant Gabriele sprang Kevin Charyszyn behind the Lincoln defense; Josef Korenar stopped Charyszyn’s chance but couldn’t control the puck and Bailey Conger followed up to knock it in.
Lincoln responded at 11:33. Ethen Frank set up Michael Gillespie for a blast from the slot which flew between Robbie Beydoun and the post to his right.
During the opening minutes of the second period, the Hawks stretched the lead to three goals. On a power play at 3:10, Grant Gabriele sent a rocket to the nylon netting from the deep slot. Then at 7:13, Garrett Wait flipped the puck across the netmouth to Charyszyn, who tapped it into an open side.
Lincoln drew a goal back at 12:47 as Frank fended off a check in the left circle and dodged a Beydoun poke check to score.
At 10:37 of the third, the Stars clawed back within one. With a Black Hawk defender forced to the bench after his helmet was knocked off, Christian Evers was able to wind up a fire the puck into the net on a turnover in the high slot.
Following several tense shifts, the win was sealed on Shane Bowers’ empty net goal with 33.1 seconds to go.
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