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Cornell Athletics | December 21, 2014

Cornell's Koll picks up career win No. 250

  The Big Red used a comeback effort at MSG against Edinboro to get Koll his 250th career win.

NEW YORK -- Rob Koll became the ninth coach in Cornell athletics history to reach 250 career wins in their sport by sweeping two duals at the Grapple at the Garden on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. The Big Red rallied from an early deficit for a 23-14 win against No. 12 Edinboro, then won the first nine matches en route to a 35-4 triumph against Northern Iowa. The Big Red improved to 6-0 on the season.

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