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Iowa State then-redshirt sophomore Jarrett Degen takes on South Dakota State junior Henry Pohlmeyer as a part of the 149-pound weight class during the third period of their match at Hilton Coliseum on Feb. 1. Degen won the match up. The Iowa State wrestling team won 47-0 against South Dakota State.

Iowa State hosted Bucknell Sunday afternoon for the Cyclones first meet of the season. The Cyclones defeated the Bison 24-15.

The dual started out at 125 pounds with No. 8 redshirt junior Alex Mackall for Iowa State and Brandon Seidman for Bucknell. Mackall won the matchup with a 10-3 decision.

At 133, Todd Small lost to Bucknell’s Darren Miller in a 3-1 decision.

At 141, No. 12 Ian Parker made his season debut with a 6-2 decision over Becknell’s Noah Levett.

At 149, No. 4 Jarrett Degen matched up with Matthew Kolonia. Degen notched a 15-5 major decision over Kolonia.

No. 11 David Carr made his highly anticipated debut for Iowa State at 157 as he matched up with Jaden Fisher. Carr tallied a 17-3 tech fall in his season debut.

At 165, No. 20 Chase Straw fell to Bucknell’s Zach Hartman in a close 4-3 decision.

Iowa State picked up it’s first fall of the season with Marcus Coleman picking up the fall at 4:59 against Frankie Guida.

No. 8 Sam Colbray kept things rolling for the Cyclones at 184 with a 7-3 decision over Brandon Stokes.

Joel Shaprio made the start at 197 for Iowa State, falling to Drew Phipps in a 4-0 decision.

The dual closed with the heavyweights, where No. 16 Gannon Gremmel was called for a disqualification against Nathan Feyrer.

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