Junior Blake Rosholt powered his way to a 3-2 victory to take Oklahoma State's first lead of the day at 15-12, and it was all left to heavyweight Alan Gelogaev, who earned three takedowns in his match to solidify an 18-12 victory for the Cowboys.
Though they got the victory, the team expressed dissatisfaction with their overall performance.
“A win is a win,” Perry said. “But we're looking for more than winning a dual meet. Our goal is to win a championship, and we're going to have to wrestle better than that.”
“We set our goals extremely high for ourselves. You plan in your mind what you're going to do, and things don't go to play. You've got to adjust. But for all of us, we feel like we're better than what we showed.”