#5 Michigan traveled within Pac-12 country after beating Oregon State two nights ago 33-8 for a must tougher test.
Michigan took on #15 Arizona State on the road in front of a large crowd. Michigan scored a 21-18 victory over ASU last season in a home meet that played at Novi Detroit Catholic Central.
ASU jumped out to a 12-0 lead in the dual that included two upsets, one of the shocking variety.
Jackson Striggow stopped the bleeding and Mason Parris put Michigan within 3 points after just two match victories when he scored a 3rd period pinfall. Stevan Micic's 5 team points proved vital as Michigan had the dual victory locked up before the final match.
It was a match that saw Malik Amine upset ASU's #11 Josh Maruca in an exciting close to a great comeback victory.
- 157: #15 Pagdilao (ASU) def. #3 Alec Pantaleo (U-M), 6-2 decision
- 165: Shields (ASU) def. #6 Logan Massa (U-M), 7-3 decision
- 174: #2 Valencia (ASU) def. #3 Myles Amine (U-M), 6-4 decision
- 184: Petersen (ASU) def. Reese Hughes (U-M), 4-0 decision
- 197: #18 Jackson Striggow (U-M) def. Harris (ASU), 10-6 decision
- Hwt: Mason Parris (U-M) def. Daniel (ASU) via pinfall
- 125: #11 Drew Mattin (U-M) def. Courtney (ASU), 9-7 decision
- 133: #2 Stevan Micic (U-M) def. #20 Kline (ASU) via tech fall 17-2
- 141: #6 Kanen Storr (U-M) def. Crooks (ASU), 9-4 decision
- 149: Malik Amine (U-M) def. #11 Maruca (ASU), 5-3 decision
Sean Bormet remains perfect as a Michigan head coach as the Wolverines are 5-0 (1-0) and will resume B1G play next Saturday in a Crisler Center dual against #19 Illinois.