Release: November 18, 2007
Binghamton sophomore 141-pound Anwar Goeres (Holley, N.Y.) pinned Nick Gallick in 1:54 in to earn the Bearcats' first team points of the match. Goeres had two takedowns and an escape before pinning Gillick, who is ranked 14th in the nation.
Senior 149-pound Kyle Fried (Rock Hill, N.Y.) used a takedown in sudden death overtime to defeat No. 14 Mitch Mueller 6-4.
Binghamton took a 9-6 lead in the match with Fried's victory and pushed it to 15-6 after an Iowa State forfeit at 157. The Cyclones then won the next five matches to claim the victory.
"This was a great dual meet for our guys ... they really competed well," second year coach Pat Popolizio said. "The whole atmosphere was great. It was a huge statement for us to get a couple of individual wins against a ranked opponent."
Iowa State is the defending Big 12 champions and national runnerup.
Binghamton will next compete at the Northeast Duals November 25 in Albany.
Mark Kist (ISU) major decision over Tyler Malmberg (BU) 10-1
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