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Grand Canyon University Dominates Embry Riddle

12/19/2013 -
Grand Canyon improved to 2-1 in dual meets with a 42-9 victory at Embry-Riddle in Prescott, Ariz., Friday.

GCU won the first six matches to secure the win. The Antelopes won three times by fall and added two more six-point wins on an injury default and forfeit. GCU also had a technical fall and major decision victory.

The Antelopes participate in the Reno Tournament of Champions on Dec. 22.

"We have a lot to improve on and we need to get a good week of practice in and prepare for the always tough Reno Tournament of Champions," said GCU coach R.C. LaHaye.

Grand Canyon 42, Embry-Riddle 9
197 – Marcus Haughian (GCU) won by fall in 3:58 over Troy Killgore (ERAU)
285 – Peter Anguiano (GCU) won by forfeit
125 – Kevin Hunt (GCU) won 11-9 over Gilbert Martinez (ERAU)
133 – Lino Estrada (GCU) won by fall in 2:00 over Andrew Burr (ERAU)
141 – Austin Solari (GCU) won by technical fall, 15-0, over Mason Saldana (ERAU)
149 – Mike Hamel (GCU) won by fall in 1:03 over Anton King (ERAU)
157 – Colin Merkley (ERAU) won by fall in 4:24 over Chayse Jackson (GCU)
165 – Luke Riley (ERAU) won 7-4 over Gavin Ludwig (GCU)
174 – Austin Trujillo (GCU) won by injury default over Trent Gardner (ERAU)
184 – Austin Gaun (GCU) won by major decision, 14-1, over Jonathan Wiley (ERAU)
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