Seven wrestlers still alive for championship titles
Three make top-five finishes
Minnesota dominates 149, 157, 184, and 197 weight classes
Robinson became the all-time winningest coach in Minnesota Wrestling history
Gophers go undefeated on the day to capture titles
Finished season with 21-9 record and 1-0 dual record Tallied three wins by fall Competed mostly in open tournaments Defeated David Booth of Itasca at the Bison Quad Finished the Bison Open with a 5-1 record Finished fourth at the Finn Grinnaker Open, scoring a 5-3 sudden victory against Jake Horn of St. Cloud State Won match against Purdue's Alex Griffin in a 6-4 decision Compiled 4-1 record finishing in second place at the North Country Open.
Went 10-9 overall and 1-3 in dual matches defeated Luke Greco of Missouri (6-1) at the Kaufman-Brand Open also beat Iowa's Stew Gilmor (6-2) in the consolation defeated Nick LaFevre of the Citadel at the Southern Scuffle recorded a decision over Cal State Fullerton's Cody Howe 10-6 earned his first letter.
Went 11-4 in his first season in the maroon and Gold began season with a 4-2 mark at 149, and closed with a 7-4 tally at 157 won three matches by fall and one by major decision lost by fall in his first career match in 4:38 to Austin Carmichael of Augustana on 1/16 first career win came on 1/16 in the next match, as a 13-4 major over Matt Taylor was a winner in his first match at 157, avenging the loss to Austin Carmichael with a 604 decision on 1/30 closed the season as a champion at the Duhawk open on 2/6, going 4-0 and beating Brad Nardick of Wisconsin 7-4 in the championship match went 3-2 at the North Country Open on 1/30, winning two matches by fall over Nic Harrison of Southwest Minnesota (1:51) and over Kerron Williams of MSU Moorhead (2:41) first competition came on 1/16 at the Worthington Open, placing fourth with a 4-2 mark.