WHITEWATER, Wis. – Concordia University Wisconsin won a pair of duals on Saturday at the UW-Whitewater Border Brawl. The Falcons defeated UW-Eau Claire, 30-17, before taking down Manchester College, 24-12, inside Kachel Gymnasium.
The Falcons won five bouts by technical fall and two by major decision to snap a two-game dual match skid to start the day. CUW is now 3-6 this season in duals.
Kenealy down his first opponent by major decision, 13-0, before winning by decision, 7-3. He then won by decision, 3-1, against UW-O. With the three victories he moves his overall record to 22-9 and 6-2 in duals.
Kuspa, who returned from a knee injury, won his first two bouts by decision (10-6, 7-6) before earning a major decision victory, 9-0.
Also performing well were junior Sean Ambrocio (San Antonio, Texas) who won a bout by major decision, 14-2, and technical fall, 19-1. Senior Marcus Lubner (Fredonia, Wis.) picked up two wins by technical fall (18-3, 21-4), while sophomore Pierce Holtfreter (Las Vegas, Nev.) took down his UW-EC opponent by technical fall, 16-1.
CUW returns to the mat for the two-day Pete Wilson Wheaton College Invitational starting on Friday, Jan. 31.