Wolfpack wrestling wins 20th match
MORGANTOWN, W.VA A 24-9 road win at West Virginia on Sunday gave the Wolfpack wrestling team its 20th win of the season, setting a new mark for the most wins in a single season in school history. The Pack won five straight matches and held a 16-3 lead late in the dual.
The Pack reeled off four straight wins and took a 13-3 lead into the intermission.
Jamal Morris controlled his bout at 133 pounds scoring two takedowns and accumulating 3:27 of ride time to win 5-2.
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Kevin Jack picked up his 11 straight win with a 9-0 major decision at 141 pounds. Jack scored a takedown and a reversal in the first two rounds, and two more takedowns pushed Jack to the major decision.
Beau Donahue put together a strong third period for the second straight day in winning 5-4 at 149 pounds.
Tommy Gantt needed OT to keep his perfect record in tact, but a flurry at the end helped Gantt win 10-8.
Max Rohskopf scored the fifth straight win, 5-0 at 165 pounds.
After two WVU wins, Michael Boykin pulled off a big upset and defeatedJacob Smith 5-3.
Nick Gwiazdowski closed the dual with a 16-0 technical fall.
Duke: The 14th-ranked team earned a hard-fought 4-3 victory over 26th-ranked Northwestern Sunday afternoon at the Combe Tennis Center in Evanston, Ill. With Sunday’s win, the Blue Devils improved to 4-0 on the season, including a 3-0 record against nationally ranked opponents.
Track and Field
St. Augustine’s: Led by victories from Shakinah Brooks and Daniel Jamieson , the university claimed 14 top-ten finishes including 11 top-five finishes in the Camel City Invitational at the JDL Fast Track.
Brooks recorded an automatic qualifying leap of 20-5¼ to win the women's long jump.
Jamieson was victorious in the men's 200-meter dash in 21.86 seconds.
Mount Olive: The No. 15-ranked team finished off a weekend road trip with a 22-25, 25-17, 25-13, 25-20 victory over Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga. for Conference Carolinas .
Duke: The team won its final four bouts to upend American University, 23-13 in Bender Arena Sunday. The win was the second of the day for the Blue Devils after they beat Columbia 19-16.
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