Seven different Husker athletic programs combine to win every game, dual, competition last week.
Zak Hensley (133), Collin Purinton (149), Luke Weber (157) and Colton Wolfe (197) each took first place at the Roger Denker Open, while six other Huskers placed at the tournament held at the Central Missouri Multipurpose Building on Sunday.
Nebraska won each of the last four bouts by decision Sunday to complete a weekend sweep of top-20 opponents, as the 18th-ranked Huskers rallied to knock off No. 16 Rutgers by a score of 19-13 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center, extending the NU win streak to four duals in a row.
No. 18 Nebraska returns to action in the Big Ten with a pair of top-20 matchups on deck this weekend, as the Cornhuskers travel to No. 20 Northwestern on Friday, before returning home to host No. 16 Rutgers on Sunday afternoon.
No. 19 Nebraska continues its short homestand this Friday, as the Huskers (3-3, 1-1) are set to welcome No. 22 Purdue to the Devaney Center for NU's only dual of the weekend.
Nebraska wrestlers Dylan Gowin (125) and Zemua Baptista (157) both won titles at their respective weight classes at the Hastings Cusatis Open on Saturday afternoon at Hastings High School.
Fueled by pins at 165, 133, 141 and 149 pounds, Nebraska was dominant in a bounce-back 48-3 win over Maryland on Sunday afternoon at the Devaney Center.
No. 20 Nebraska's losing streak hit three as the Huskers fell by criteria in their Big Ten opener to 12th-ranked Illinois, 18-17, on Friday night at Huff Hall.
No. 20 Nebraska is gearing up to start Big Ten action this weekend, as the Huskers visit 12th-ranked Illinois on Friday night before returning home to host Maryland Sunday afternoon.
Nebraska freshman Mikey Labriola took fourth place at 174 pounds at the 55th-annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championships, one of the top tournaments on the NCAA wrestling calendar.