Willie Miklus of Iowa State has his arm lifted in victory after defeating Oklahoma's Jake Woodley.

No. 15 Iowa State cruised through the rest of its Big 12 duals entering Sunday's dual with No. 3 Oklahoma State. The Cyclones struggled to string together many wins against the Cowboys on Sunday, though.

Iowa State (7-2, 4-1 Big 12) lost on the road to Oklahoma State (10-0, 6-0 Big 12) by a score of 22-15.

The Cyclones picked up one of their few wins in the opening match at 157 pounds. Chase Straw picked up a 3-2 decision to take an early lead for the Cyclones.

The Cowboys bounced back with decisions over 165-pounder Logan Schumacher and 184-pounder Sam Colbray. At 174 pounds, Iowa State's Marcus Coleman lost via pin.

Iowa State earned one more win before intermission with a Willie Miklus 9-6 decision at 197 pounds. The Cyclones trailed 12-6 at intermission.


Iowa State heavyweight Gannon Gremmel wrestles with Oklahoma's Jake Boyd. Gremmel won the match, 6-1.

After the break, the Cowboys kept rolling with a decision over heavyweight Gannon Gremmel and a major decision over 125-pounder Alex Mackall.

The final three matches were a few of the top matches on paper. At 133, it lived up to the hype with No. 3 Daton Fix defeating Iowa State's No. 7 Austin Gomez, 5-4.

At 141, Iowa State's No. 15 Ian Parker knocked off No. 12 Kaid Brock, 6-3.

The final match at 149 saw Iowa State's Jarrett Degen fall behind, but Oklahoma State's Boo Lewallen suffered an injury and withdrew from the match.

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