For the 19th straight time the Cy-Hawk wrestling dual goes to Iowa.
The Hawkeyes won six of 10 matches to edge Iowa State 18-14.
That’s Iowa coach Tom Brands. The Sheldon native says the Hawkeyes have a lot of work to do.
A big turning point came at 174 pounds where Iowa State’s M.J. Gaitan had a late rally for short lead in a 14-13 loss to Iowa’s Patrick Kennedy. The ISU coaches were confused about the score in the waning seconds.
That’s Iowa State coach Kevin Dresser who called it a big moment in the dual.