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An expected beatdown in Bloomington

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As expected, the No. 4 Hawkeye wrestling squad took care of business this evening in Bloomington against unranked Indiana. Easy peasy.

Iowa won 8 of 10 matches in a tune up for No. 6 Nebraska Sunday at 2 p.m. Full disclosure here, wasn’t able to watch this on on the BTN stream, but we’ve done the bare minimum and have results here for you. As the kids say, the open thread was pretty lit, so you can check there for some context if you so please.

Give us another visit tomorrow for a preview of the Nebraska dual, and follow along with us Sunday for Senior Day in Carver.

No. 4 Iowa 32, Indiana 7

125 / No. 1 Thomas Gilman fall No. 19 Elijah Oliver, second period
133 / Phil Laux dec. Garrett Pepple, 3-0
141 / No. 20 Topher Carton dec. Cole Weaver, 8-5
149 / No. 4 Brandon Sorensen tech fall Chris Perez, 19-3
157 / No. 2 Michael Kemerer fall Jake Danishek, 2:24
165 / No. 16 Joey Gunther dec. Bryce Martin, 3-2
174 / No. 8 Alex Meyer dec. Devin Skatzka, 11-4
184 / No. 6 Nate Jackson major dec Mitch Bowman, 23-9
197 / Cash Wilcke dec. Jake Hinz, 3-2
HWT / Fletcher Miller dec. Steven Holloway, 3-1