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No. 22 Princeton tops No. 6 Arizona State on strong start, late rally, 20-18

By Princeton Athletics, Arizona State Athletics | Jan. 16, 2022, 5:28 p.m. (ET)

Luke Stout (Princeton) scores takedown at 197. Photo by Lisa Elfstrum, courtesy of Princeton Athletics.

A pair of wins by nationally-ranked wrestlers bookended a 20-18 win over the 22nd-ranked Princeton wrestling team over No. 6 Arizona State on Sunday in Jadwin Gym.

The win was the third over a top-10 team in the team's last three competitive seasons. Both of the other two were against Lehigh, against the seventh-ranked Mountain Hawks in November 2019 and a year earlier when Lehigh was ranked No. 8.

In a national top-four battle second-ranked Patrick Glory was a 12-6 winner over fourth-ranked Brandon Courtney, giving Princeton a 3-0 lead to start. The win kept Glory perfect on the season at 5-0 and extended his win streak to 29 straight matches.

Arizona State won four of the next five matches, but the one in that stretch that went to the Tigers turned out to be a big one, as Danny Coles scored late to get an 8-7 decision over Cleveland Belton.

At the end of that stretch, Arizona State led 14-6 with four bouts to go, but the tide was about to turn Princeton's way.

At 174, Nate Dugan was an 8-4 winner over Zane Coleman, bringing Princeton within five at 14-6.

After a forfeit at 184, Princeton was ahead 15-14, and Luke Stout all but sealed it with a tech-fall win at 197.

Once Matt Cover went the distance at heavyweight, Princeton had its win, 20-18.

No. 22 Princeton 20, No. 6 Arizona State 18
At Princeton, N.J., January 16

125: #2 Patrick Glory (P) won by decision over #4 Brandon Courtney (AS), 12-6
133: #4 Michael McGee (AS) won by technical fall over Nick Masters (P), 18-2/3:53
141: Danny Coles (P) won by decision over Cleveland Belton (AS), 8-7
149: #11 Kyle Parco (AS) won by decision over Marshall Keller (P), 5-1
157: #3 Jacori Teemer (AS) won by decision over #11 Quincy Monday (P), 4-3
165: #6 Anthony Valencia (AS) won by decision over Jake Marsh (P), 6-3
174: Nate Dugan (P) won by decision over Zane Coleman (AS), 8-4
184: Travis Stefanik (P) won by forfeit
197: #16 Luke Stout (P) win by technical fall over Jacob Ortiz (AS), 19-3/4:56
HWT: #3 Cohlton Schultz (AS) won by major decision over Matt Cover (P), 13-5

Arizona State press release
McGee, Schultz Shine in Devils’ Loss to Princeton


PRINCETON, New Jersey - Arizona State dropped the second dual of the weekend Sunday with a 20-18 loss to #18/21 Princeton. Michael McGee and Cohlton Schultz both earned major decisions, while No. 3 Jacori Teemer topped No. 11 Quincy Monday. Teemer and No. 6 Anthony Valencia remain perfect on the year with 10-0 and 12-0 records, while No. 4 Brandon Courtney's undefeated streak ended with a loss to No. 2 Patrick Glory. ASU is on the road again next weekend with matches at Cal Poly and CSU Bakersfield.