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No. 11 Mizzou Falls to No. 10 Illinois

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Nov. 12, 2010

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. - The No. 11 Missouri Tigers wrestling team dropped their season-opening match to the No. 10 Illinois Fighting Illini by an 18-13 final on Friday night.  The Tigers fell behind 12-3 at the midway point and couldn't overcome the deficit late.

No. 10 Illinois 18, No. 11 Missouri 13
Recap | Full Dual Video

Wt.
Result
UI
MU
125 Alan Waters (MU) dec. Logan Artis (UI), 8-3 0 3
133 #18 B.J. Futrell (UI) dec. Nathan McCormick (MU), 9-3 3 3
141 #1 Jimmy Kennedy (UI) dec. #14 Todd Schavrien (MU), 6-3 6 3
149 Eric Terrazas (UI) dec. Kyle Bradley (MU), 7-2 9 3
157 Kyle Dooley (UI) dec. #20 Danny Gonsor (MU), 7-3 3 12
165 #14 Zach Toal (MU) dec. Conrad Polz, 10-4 (UI) 6 12
174 #3 Jordan Blanton (UI) dec. Patrick Wright (MU), 3-2 6 15
184 #14 Dorian Henderson major dec. Tony Dallago, 13-5 10 15
197 Mario Gonzalez (UI) dec. Jake Glore (MU) 10 18
HWT #3 Dom Bradley (MU) dec. Patrick Walker (UI), 3-0 13 18

Updated Records
Season
Dual
125 Alan Waters 6-0 1-0
133 Nathan McCormick 0-1 0-1
141 Todd Schavrien 0-1 0-1
149 Kyle Bradley 0-1 0-1
157 Danny Gonsor 5-1 0-1
165 Zach Toal 1-0 1-0
174 Patrick Wright 0-1 0-1
184 Dorian Henderson 1-0 1-0
197 Jake Glore 0-1 0-1
HWT Dom Bradley 1-0 1-0

True freshman Alan Waters picked up where he left off last weekend at Lindenwood, as he opened the meet with an 8-3 decision over Logan Arlis to improve his record to 6-0 on the season.

Zach Toal, a redshirt freshman, pulled the Tigers within six with a 10-4 decision over Conrad Polz.  Toal scored takedowns in each of the first two periods before going off in the third, as he picked up another pair of takedowns and an escape to go along with his riding time point.

Junior Dorian Henderson secured the only bonus points of the evening, as he took down Tony Dallago four times to go with a nearfall as he coasted to a 13-5 victory.

Fellow junior Dom Bradley closed out the evening with a 3-0 victory over Patrick Walker.  After a scoreless first, Bradley escaped in the second after choosing down, and took Walker down 47 seconds into the third period.

The Tigers will return to action tomorrow with the Central Missouri University Open, beginning at 9 a.m.  Mizzou will host a quad meet next Sunday, Nov. 21, beginning at 1 p.m. at the Hearnes Center.