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College wrestling: Minnesota West wrestlers go 0-2 at nationals

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa -- Minnesota West Community and Technical College wrestlers Hser Eh Pwae and Wallace Michels did not place in the national NJCAA tournament in Council Bluffs, Iowa, over the weekend.

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa -- Minnesota West Community and Technical College wrestlers Hser Eh Pwae and Wallace Michels did not place in the national NJCAA tournament in Council Bluffs, Iowa, over the weekend.

Pwae, a Worthington High School graduate, competed at 125 pounds. Michels, a Norwood-Young America product, competed at 157 pounds.

Both wrestlers went 0-2 for the tournament.

"It was definitely an eye-opening experience for both of them. I'm proud of both of them," said Minnesota West head coach Bryan Cowdin. "It'll help both of them in the long run."

 

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