Iowa Wrestling vs Michigan Dual 2024: Live Updates From Ann Arbor

Iowa Wrestling vs Michigan Dual 2024: Live Updates From Ann Arbor
Iowa Wrestling vs Michigan Dual 2024: Live Updates From Ann Arbor
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What: #2 Iowa (10-0, 5-0 B1G) vs #13 Michigan (5-3, 3-2 B1G)
When: Friday, February 2 at 7:30 pm CT (8:30 pm ET)
Where: Ann Arbor, Michigan (Crisler Center)
How To Watch: Big Ten Network/Fox Sports App
Series History: Iowa leads 34-26-1

Follow along as Iowa takes on Michigan in Ann Arbor at 7:30 pm CT (8:30 pm ET).

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First period: No scoring halfway through the period. Both wrestlers looking for inside positions but no significant leg shots by either wrestler. Scoreless first period.

Second period: Ayala starts on bottom and tries for a switch off the whistle, DeAugustino follows but Ayala eventually escapes with a sit-out in 21 seconds. Ayala leads 1-0 after no scoring on the feet.

Third period: DeAugustino starts on bottom and gets to his feet and escapes in 10 seconds to tie the score 1-1. Ayala worked a two-on-one, steps in for a single, DeAugustino scrambles through and a stalemate is called. DeAugsutino rolls through a shot and is extended on Ayala’s left leg and a stalemate is called with 23 seconds left.

Sudden victory: DeAugustino and Ayala get in a scramble and DeAugustino may have had a takedown so the Michigan bench throws the challenge brick. The call stands. No takedown with 58 seconds left. Ayala hits a single but DeAugustino ankle picks out of the position then Ayala comes out the back door and a potentially dangerous is called with 12 seconds left.

Tiebreakers: DeAugustino starts on bottom and gets out in 12 seconds for a 2-1 lead. Ayala starts on bottom and DeAugustino rides out the period for the win even though Ayala was close to a reversal.

Michigan 3, Iowa 0

First period: Ragusin hits a slide-by in the first minute for a 3-0 lead. Ragusin takes riding time over a minute just over halfway through the period. Schriever escapes with 26 seconds left but Ragusin leads 3-1 to end the period.

Second period: Ragusin starts on bottom and escapes in eight seconds for a 4-1 lead. No scoring the remainder of the period.

Third period: Schriever starts on bottom and escapes in eight seconds but Ragusin leads 4-2 and eventually gets the win after a period of hand fighting and half shots.

Michigan 6, Iowa 0

141: #19 Sergio Lemley (Michigan) major decision #1 Real Woods (Iowa), 14-2

First period: No scoring halfway through the period. Low shot from Woods with 40 seconds left and comes out the back door with Lemley draped over the top. Lemley hips in but time runs out with no score.

Second period: Lemley starts on bottom and Lemley rolls through and gets a six-point move with a reversal and four near-fall points for a 6-0 lead. Woods escapes with 38 seconds left but Lemley leads 6-1 to end the period.

Third period: Woods starts on bottom, stands up, and escapes in eight seconds. Lemley leads, 6-2. Lemley continues to stalk and tries a Metzger but doesn’t score. Woods tries for an extended shot. Illegal move by Woods makes it 7-2, Lemley. Lemley has a cradle to end the period for a takedown and four near-fall points for a 14-2 major decision.

Michigan 10, Iowa 0

149: #6 Austin Gomez (Michigan) Dec. Victor Voinovich (Iowa), 5-1

First period: Voinovich has a head to the inside shot to start the period but the referee stalemates the position. Gomez went big with 25 seconds left but the position slipped and no score as time expired.

Second period: Gomez starts on bottom and escapes in eight seconds. Gomez attacks the leg, switches off, and scores a takedown for a 4-0 lead. Voinovich escapes with 1:15 to go. Stall call against Voinovich with 33 seconds left for blocking.

Third period: Voinovich starts on bottom but Gomez goes over a minute of riding time with 1:10 left. Gomez called for stalling from the top position. Riding time locked up as he rides out the entire period for a 5-1 win.

Michigan 13, Iowa 0

First period: No scoring.

Second period: Lewan starts on bottom and escapes in six seconds for a 1-0 lead.

Third period: Franek starts on bottom and escapes in seven seconds. Stall warning against Lewan. Franek gets to a shot and Lewan eventually squares up out of a scramble but a stalemate is called with 38 seconds left. Franek shoots and gets into a body lock but Lewan fights in off. Lewan shoots and it’s defended by Franek.

Sudden victory: A few shots but both wrestlers but no score. Franek hits a single with 15 seconds left but Lewan has a shin whizzer. No score.

Tiebreakers: Franek starts on bottom and escapes in four seconds. Lewan starts on bottom and gets out in two seconds. Lewan fights off a shot by Franek for a 3-2 win in tiebreakers.

Michigan 16, Iowa 0

First period: No scoring halfway through the period but Caliendo is in a seatbelt position and gets on a single out of bouts. The action goes off the mat. Stall call against Mantanona with 30 seconds left. No scoring but Caliendo was the aggressor.

Second period: Caliendo starts on bottom and escapes in five seconds. Mantanona shoots a few seconds later but can’t score. Caliendo finishes with a double and gets a 4-0 lead. Mantanona escapes but Caliendo leads 4-1 as time expires in the period.

Third period: Mantanona starts on bottom but Mantanona rolls through for a reversal but Caliendo escapes for a 5-3 lead with one minute left. Counter by Caliendo and scores out of bounds with 25 seconds left. Caliendo leads, 8-3. Mantanona escaped to cue the lead in half but Caliendo won 9-4 with a riding time point.

Michigan 16, Iowa 3

First period: No scoring halfway through the period. Kennedy working from an under hook that last half of the match but can’t get any momentum. No score.

Second period: Kennedy starts on bottom and Griffith gets four near-fall points on a tilt for a 4-0 lead. Kennedy nearly spins out from bottom but Griffith follows. Stall call against Griffith nine seconds left. Kennedy gets to his feet but Griffith holds tight and doesn’t give up the escape.

184: Aiden Riggins, FR, 10-10 (Iowa) vs #16 Jaden Bullock, JR, 13-7 (Michigan)

197: #12 Zach Glazier, SR, 18-0 (Iowa) vs Bobby Striggow, 5-6, SR or Rylan Rogers, FR, 4-4 (Michigan)

285: #27 Ben Kueter, FR, 2-0 or Bradley Hill, FR, 15-4 (Iowa) vs #6 Lucas Davison, SR, 10-3 (Michigan)


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Tags: Iowa Wrestling Michigan Dual Live Updates Ann Arbor

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