K.J. Pilcher and Dick Briggs discusses the biggest takeaways from the 2022 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships and takes a closer look at Iowa, Iowa State and Northern Iowa on the Pinning Combination podcast.
Northern Iowa’s Parker Keckeisen avenged a quarterfinal loss to place third at 184 pounds in the NCAA Wrestling Championships, displaying a “seven minutes of hell” approach that paid off with the match-winning takedown with 24 seconds leftt.
Coming off a strong opening day that saw Nortthern Iowa in sixth in the NCAA wrestling team standings and with six wrestlers fighting for the chance to become All-Americans, UNI was hurting after Friday’s first session.
NCAA wrestling notes: Iowa State’s Marcus Coleman has put in the work, plugging away in the Cyclones wrestling room each day over the last five seasons. He was one of three Cyclones to win first-round matches Thursday.
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