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[Men's Wrestling] Men's Wrestling Opens GPAC Action with Two Wins


Doane Men's Wrestling started defense of their GPAC Duals Championship from 2021 and 2022 on Tuesday by taking on Northwestern and Briar Cliff at the first of two GPAC Duals in Sioux City, Iowa.

In their opening match, the Tigers defeated Northwestern, 42-3. The match opened with Hunter Bennett (SO/Tilden, Neb.) defeating Logan Schroeder by tech fall, 26-11. He recorded 12 takedowns in the match.

Devin Avedissian (FR/Temecula, Calif.) won his match in 59 seconds as his opponent was injured and unable to continue. Avedissian was ahead 6-0 after picking up four near fall points before action was stopped.

Baagii Boldmaa (SR/Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia) collected the first pin of the night in 4:28 as he defeated Jonny Burnette. Boldmaa was up 20-6 at the time of the pin. Tristan Zamilpa (JR/Madera, Calif.) won by decision, 7-2, over Noah Parmelee and Gabe Keith won 5-1 over Cade Braun.

At the midway point, Doane was leading 23-0 as Benjamin Dobler (SO/Torokszentmiklos, Hungary) took the mat. He kept the run rolling as he won by tech fall over Ky Bandy, 18-2, following a takedown 11 seconds into the second period. Chinges Tsermaa (JR/Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia) picked up a pin over Thomas Vance in 2:33 to push the lead to 34-0.

Northwestern gained their lone win of the match behind NAIA No. 15 Luke Jenness. He topped Garrett Cornwell (SR/Albion, Neb.), 6-3.

Doane closed out the match with a pair of major decisions. Bradley Antesberger (SO/North Pole, Alaska) defeated Kaleb Lind, 15-5, and Brandon Antesberger (JR/North Pole, Alaska) defeated Lincoln Siebert, 9-1.

In the second match of the night, Briar Cliff started the match with a win at 125. Seth I'nama defeated Nathan Rizek (JR/Lincoln, Neb.), 10-5. Doane tied the match with a win by Avedissian over Gabriel Howard, 6-3.

Boldmaa picked up a 24-9 win by tech fall to put Doane in front, 8-3. The win for Boldmaa was his 80th straight victory, moving his streak into the all-time men's college wrestling record books. His streak sits 24th all-time according to a post by Jason Bryant, President of the National Wrestling Media Association.

Nathan Lendt needed just 56 seconds to defeat Tyler Fouts by pin. He picked up the fall following his second takedown in the match. Zamilpa wrestled up a weight class and defeated Jackson Balmer by major decision, 19-7.

Dobler won 6-2 over Garrett Arment followed by a Michael Scarponi (JR/Temecula, Calif.) win over Brandon Harris, 9-4. Cornwell won 4-2 over Christian Balmer.

Bradley Antesberger came close to defeating Connor Mahoney in the first period following a takedown followed by three four-point near-falls. In the second period, he needed 22 seconds to pick up another takedown to win 16-0 by tech fall.

Sam Peterson closed out the night with a battle against Alton Allen. The first score came in the second period with Allen picking up an escape. In the third period, Peterson picked up an escape to tie the match. With a minute left, Allen went for a takedown and was unsuccessful as Peterson was able to come out on top with a takedown to pick up the win.

Next up for the Tigers will be the Conner/Oppenheim Doane Open on December 3 in Crete.



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