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    Pac-12 Weekly Recap (1/16/2024)

    Cal Poly goes 3-0 at home

    Cal Poly won three straight home duals over the weekend. The Mustangs defeated American 39-3, Northern Colorado 23-15, and Air Force 23-17. 

    Three Mustangs went undefeated during the weekend, Chance and Daschle Lamer, and Zeth Romney. Chance earned bonus-point victories, winning 22-4, 22-7, and 17-9. Daschle picked up a first-period pin and two decisions. Romney dominated with a 24-second pin, a 17-1 tech fall and 4-1 in sudden victory.

    In addition, Legend Lamer capped off a 2-1 weekend with a tech fall, making it the first time the three Lamer brothers wrestled together and marked an 8-1 record. Lastly, Jarad Priest captured the clinching win against Air Force with a 6-3 decision at 197 pounds against Calvin Sund. 

     

    CSU Bakersfield remains winless

    The Roadrunners had three duals over the weekend. However, Bakersfield lost to American 36-8, Campbell 39-3, and Central Michigan 40-3. Guillermo Escobedo won the only match against Campbell, defeating Brant Cracraft 4-2 at 165 pounds.

    Augustine Garcia had a ranked win against Central Michigan, defeating Alex Cramer 8-2 at 174 pounds. Escobedo defeated Ryan Zimmerman 10-1 and Devyn Flores-Che defeated Kaden Milheim, 10-2 in the American dual.

     

    Little Rock dominates in 4 duals

    Before the season began, Little Rock had nine total dual wins. After capping four dominating wins, the Trojans have nine wins this season. Little Rock defeated Davidson 45-3, Cleveland State 41-3, Lock Haven 40-11 and Presbyterian 50-6. 

    Eight Trojans also went undefeated throughout the weekend. Jeremiah Reno, Joseph Bianchi, Tyler Brennan, Triston Wills, Stephen Little and Josiah Hill went 4-0. Nasir Bailey ended 3-0 while Reid Nelson won his only bout.

    Lastly, Little Rock had 33 matches end with bonus points, including forfeit wins. 

     

    Stanford shut out by Tigers

    The Stanford Cardinal squad was shut out by the Missouri Tigers 39-0. Although Stanford struggled, a handful of wrestlers battled to the final whistle. 

    Jason Miranda dropped a 9-6 match against Zeke Seltzer and Peter Ming lost 8-1 to sixth-ranked Zach Elam.

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