Colton McCrystal (149) and Isaiah White (165) won bonus points for Nebraska in two of the first three matches, and the 14th-ranked Cornhuskers held off a late Stanford rally to win a 23-14 decision Friday at Maples Pavilion.
No. 14 Nebraska travels to Stanford to close out the dual season this Friday, as the Cornhuskers look to reach the 10-win mark in duals for the eighth consecutive season and the 16th time in 18 seasons under Head Coach Mark Manning.
David Jensen (HWT) earned his second dual pin of the year, while six Huskers won decisions, as 15th-ranked Nebraska won seven of 10 matches on the way to a 24-10 win over 20th-ranked Wisconsin on Saturday night at the UW Field House.
Six Nebraska wrestlers were represented in the second NCAA Division I Coaches' Panel Rankings, as well as the first RPI rankings, both released Thursday.
No. 15 Nebraska closes its Big Ten dual slate this Friday, as the Huskers travel No. 20 Wisconsin to take on the Badgers.
Nebraska won eight of 10 matches to earn a weekend split in the state of Michigan with a dominant 35-6 victory over Michigan State on Sunday at Jenison Field House.
Christian Miller (141) placed second at the Sioux City Dave Edmonds Open on Saturday, while Tucker Sjomeling (133) took fourth at the open tournament held at the Marina Inn Hotel & Conference Center.
Eric Schultz (197) defeated a ranked opponent for the first time, and Colton McCrystal (149) earned bonus points over a ranked wrestler, but fourth-ranked Michigan was too much for No. 15 Nebraska on Friday, as the Huskers fell by a score of 24-10 at Cliff Keen Arena.
No. 15 Nebraska hits the road this weekend, as the Huskers travel to fourth-ranked Michigan on Friday before facing Michigan State Sunday.
Led by pins at 157 and 165 pounds and major decisions at 149 and 184, 16th-ranked Nebraska won its fifth match in a row with a 23-18 victory over Indiana on Senior Day on Sunday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
No. 16 Nebraska closes its home schedule this Sunday, as the Huskers welcome Indiana to the Devaney Center for Senior Day.
Seven different Husker athletic programs combine to win every game, dual, competition last week.