Men's Sports

Iowa State finishes the day 2-1 in dual action

The following is a press release courtesy of Iowa State athletics communications.

AMES, Iowa – No. 13 Iowa State (6-2, 1-1 Big 12) won two of three duals Saturday in Hilton Coliseum, defeating Iowa Central Community College (50-0) and Lindenwood (28-9) before falling to No. 5 Oklahoma State (7-0, 3-0 Big 12), 16-15 in the nightcap.

Iowa State-Iowa Central Match Highlights

Iowa State had six pins and won eight of 10 matches by bonus points in a 50-0 shutout of Iowa Central. The Cyclones got falls from Kysen Terukina (125), Ian Parker (141), David Carr (157), Julien Broderson (174), Tate Battani (184) and Yonger Bastida (197). Parker, Broderson and Bastida all had first-period falls. Iowa State had 35 takedowns to ICCC’s four.  

Iowa State-Lindenwood Match Highlights

Iowa State won seven of 10 matches in a 28-9 victory over Lindenwood, a Division II power ranked No. 2 nationally. Ramazan Attasauov won by major decision (10-2) over Tanner Hitchcock at 133 pounds to get the Cyclones on the board. He had four takedowns in the win.

Ian Parker won a close match over Colby Smith at 141 pounds, 2-0. After a scoreless first period, Parker rode out Smith in period two and got an escape in the final frame for the victory. David Carr was a takedown machine in a 24-9 technical fall victory over Ronnie Gentile at 157 pounds. Carr dominated the match with 10 takedowns.

In his first match of the year, Joel Shapiro took a 3-0 decision over Kyle Dickhaus at 184 pounds. A first period takedown and riding time was all Shapiro needed, staying on top of Dickhaus the entire second period. Cody Fisher got the lone pin in the match, turning Keaton Fogler in the first period of the 197-pound bout to get the fall at the 2:47 mark.

ISU held the advantage in takedowns, 25-9.

Iowa State-Oklahoma State Match Highlights

No. 13 Iowa State lost a tight one to No. 5 Oklahoma State, 16-15. The teams split the matches, with the difference being a major decision victory at 149 pounds by the Cowboys. The swing match was at 125 pounds, as Couy Well came back to defeat Kysen Terukina, 6-4 in sudden victory.

Zach Redding won the Cyclones’ first match at 133 pounds defeating Reece Witcraft, 6-0. After a scoreless first period, Redding stayed on top the entire two minutes of period two and then got a takedown and a two-point nearfall in the third stanza.

Five takedowns by Ian Parker propelled him to a 12-6 win over Dusty Hone at 141 pounds. Parker had four of his takedowns in the final two periods. Third-ranked David Carr remained unbeaten (8-0) with an 8-4 triumph at 157 pounds over Wyatt Sheets. Carr didn’t allow a takedown while recording three.

Julien Broderson scored a huge win at 174 pounds with a 4-1 TB1 victory over Anthony Montalvo. Broderson rode out Montalvo in the extra period before scoring an escape and takedown with under :10 seconds left.

Gannon Gremmel closed out the dual with a 6-2 win over Austin Harris at heavyweight. Gremmel was the aggressor and was never threatened, scoring a pair of takedowns to improve to 8-0 on the year.

Match-by-Match

Iowa State 50, Iowa Central 0
125: Kysen Terukina (ISU) pinned Couy Well (ICCC), 4:15
133: Zach Redding (ISU) maj. dec. Aidan Harris (ICCC), 14-5
141: Ian Parker (ISU) pinned Bret Minor (ICCC), 2:34
149: Ben Monroe (ISU) maj. dec. Amir Pierce (ICCC), 20-7
157: David Carr (ISU) pinned Nolan Miller-Johnston (ICCC), 4:00
165: Grant Stotts (ISU) dec. Andrew Gamble (ICCC), 5-1
174: Julien Broderson (ISU) pinned Keaton Geerts (ICCC), 2:22
184: Tate Battani (ISU) pinned Aiden Carr (ICCC), 4:23
197: Yonger Bastida (ISU) pinned Jesus Gutierrez (ICCC), 1:22
285: Gannon Gremmel (ISU) dec. Jorden Pryer (ICCC), 9-3

Iowa State 28, Lindenwood 9

125: Cevion Severado (LU) dec. Aden Reeves (ISU), 14-10
133: Ramazan Attasauov (ISU) maj. dec. Tanner Hitchcock (LU), 10-2
141: Ian Parker (ISU) dec. Colby Smith (LU), 2-0
149: Gavin Londoff (LU) dec. Ben Monroe (ISU), 2-1
157: David Carr (ISU) tech. fall Ronnie Gentile (LU), 24-9 (6:58)
165: Isaac Judge (ISU) dec. Nate Trepanier (LU), 4-3
174: Abner Romero (LU) dec. Mac Southard (ISU), 8-3
184: Joel Shapiro (ISU) dec. Kyle Dickhaus (LU), 3-0
197: Cody Fisher (ISU) pinned Keaton Fogler (LU), 2:47
285: Gannon Gremmel (ISU) maj. dec. Tage McNutt (LU), 13-5

Oklahoma State 16, Iowa State 15

125: Trevor Mastrogiovanni (OSU) dec. Kysen Terukina (ISU), 6-4 SV1
133: Zach Redding (ISU) dec. Reece Witcraft (OSU), 6-0
141: Ian Parker (ISU) dec. Dusty Hone (OSU), 12-6
149: Boo Lewallen (OSU) maj. dec. Ben Monroe (ISU), 10-1
157: David Carr (ISU) dec. Wyatt Sheets (OSU), 8-4
165: Travis Wittlake (OSU) dec. Isaac Judge (ISU), 6-2
174: Julien Broderson (ISU) dec. Anthony Montalvo (OSU), 4-1 TB1
184: Dakota Geer (OSU) dec. Tate Battani (ISU), 6-2
197: A.J. Ferrari (OSU) dec. Yonger Bastida (ISU), 5-2
285: Gannon Gremmel (ISU) dec. Austin Harris (OSU), 6-2

Iowa State Extra Matches

133: Ramazan Attasauov (ISU) pinned Yoseph Yilma (ICCC), 3:57
165: Isaac Judge (ISU) pinned Reese Hood (ICCC), :37
125: Jakason Burks (OSU) dec. Aden Reeves (ISU), 5-3
133: Ramazan Attasauov (ISU) dec. Andrew Nieman (OSU), 9-3
174: Christian Bahl (OSU) dec. Mac Southard (ISU), 3-2
184: Joel Shapiro (ISU) dec. Gavin Stika (OSU), 3-1
285: Konner Doucet (OSU) dec. Ethan Andersen (ISU), 11-2

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Jacqueline Cordova

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Jacqueline graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Journalism. She is currently the Iowa State Wrestling beat reporter, staff photographer and works closely with our social media. Jacqueline loves reading and watching trash reality TV shows when she's not watching sports.

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