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Nebraska-Kearney Athletics | February 28, 2014

Neb.-Kearney goes unbeaten on Central Super Regional day one

KEARNEY, Neb. -- Second-ranked Nebraska-Kearney won all 10 first round matches this morning at the NCAA Central Regional in Edmond, Okla.

Through round one, the Lopers have scored 21.50 points to sit in second place behind Lindenwood (23.5) in the 17-team race. The top five finishers in each weight class qualify for the NCAA Championships March 14-15 in Cleveland.

Senior Patrick Martinez, ranked 4th at 174 pounds, has already wrestled twice as he had a "bunny" bracket match prior to the first round.

Finally, UNK has recorded seven bonus point wins (three majors, three falls and a tech fall) and three wins against wrestlers from Minot State.

DII women's volleyball rankings: Nebraska-Kearney jumps into top 5

Nebraska-Kearney picked up a big victory in straight sets over then-No. 3 Washburn this past weekend and leapfrogged into the top 5. Here's how the latest AVCA top 25 rankings look.

College wrestling: DII and DIII regionals help shape award standings headed into NCAA championships

Division II and III wrestlers competed in their NCAA regional qualifying tournaments over the weekend to set the standings headed into the NCAA championships. These are the wrestling leading the Most Dominant Wrester, fall and tech fall standings across all three divisions.

NCAA Wrestling Awards standings: Penn State holds top three positions for most dominant in Division I

No. 1 ranked Penn State holds the top three positions for most dominant in Division I. Bo Nickal is first for the Nittany Lions by producing 5.38 average team points per match, followed by Jason Nolf (5.23) and Vincenzo Joseph (4.95). Iowa 165-pounder Alex Marinelli is fourth with 4.74 points, while Cornell 141-pounder Yianni Diakomihalis is fifth with 4.67 points. 

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